Professor Robert McMaster

  • Professor of Political Economy (Management)

telephone: 01413302285
email: Robert.McMaster@glasgow.ac.uk

Biography

Robert McMaster has been Professor of Political Economy at the University of Glasgow Adam Smith Business School since 2012. He joined the University of Glasgow in 2007 as Senior Lecturer and became Director of Undergraduate Programme until 2010. Prior to joining the University of Glasgow, Robert was a Lecturer and Senior Lecturer in Economics at the University of Aberdeen for fourteen years. Robert is also a visiting scholar at University of Missouri at Kansas City and Marquette University, Milwaukee. 

Research interests

Areas of expertise:

  • Institutional Economics
  • Social Economics
  • Provision of health care
  • Governance of public services
  • Methodology of social sciences

Grants

  1. Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC), co-investigator, 2015 (£250K)
  2. ESRC – Impact Acceleration Account (IAA), co-investigator, 2015 (£3K)
  3. Knowledge Exchange, University of Glasgow and Glasgow City Council, co-investigator, 2013 (£30K)
  4. Adam Smith Research Foundation, University of Glasgow, 2012 (£2K)
  5. Scottish Institute for Research in Economics, 2012, (£3K)
  6. Carnegie Trust for the Universities of Scotland, 2011 (£2K)
  7. Center for Global and Economic Affairs, Marquette University, 2010 ($1K)
  8. Royal Society of Edinburgh, 2010 (£6K)
  9. Department of Communities and Local Government, 2010 (£24K)

Supervision

Current PhD students

Adeyinka Adewemimo

Co-supervisor: Dr Cathy Johnman (Public Health)

Andreea Bociaoga

Co-Supervisor: Professor Deirdre Shaw

Gerry McCartney

Co-supervisors: Professor Andrew Cumbers and Dr Frank Popham

 

Claire McGrath

Co-supervisor: Professor Andrew Cumbers

MPhil student:

David Clear

Co-supervisor: Professor Denis Fischbacher-Smith

Teaching

Courses taught

  • Advances in Management Theory and Practice (MRes)
  • Economic Crises and Depressions (UG hons)
  • Ethics and Business (UG hons)
  • Development and Methodology of Economic Thought (MSc – Scottish Graduate Programme in Economics, University of Edinburgh)
  • Global Economy (MBA)
  • Health Economics (MSc – Institute of Health and Wellbeing, University of Glasgow)
  • Health Economics (UG hons)
  • History of Economic Thought (UG hons)
  • Managing in the Public Sector (UG hons)
  • Marketing (UG Level 1)
  • Research Methods (MBA)

Additional information

  • Co-editor Review of Social Economy (2005-date)
  • Editorial Board, Journal of Economic Issues (2009-2012), Pickering and Chatto
  • Winner K William Kapp Prize (2001)
  • Highly Commended Research, The Literati Club Awards for Excellence (2002)
  • Highly Commended for ‘Outstanding Individual Teaching’, Economics Learning and Teaching Support Network (now Higher Education Academy), (2001)
  • The inaugural Joan Robinson Critical Theory Lecture, Department of Economics, University of Missouri at Kansas City (2010)

Keynote/Plenary Lectures

  • National Association of Graduate Centres in Economics (Brazil), (2010)
  • Association for Social Economics, World Congress, Canada (2015)
  • Co-editor, Routledge Major Works Series (Social Economics), (2015)

Publications

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Number of items: 68.

2016

Shaw, D., Crossan, J., Cumbers, A., McMaster, R., Trebeck, K., and Black, I. (2016) Open Space: Places of prosumption: Community gardens putting the ‘we’ into neighbourhoods. Families, Relationships and Societies, (doi:10.1332/204674316X14758523887982) (Early Online Publication)

Crossan, J., Cumbers, A., McMaster, R., and Shaw, D. (2016) Contesting neoliberal urbanism in Glasgow's community gardens: The practice of DIY citizenship. Antipode: A Radical Journal of Geography, 48(4), pp. 937-955. (doi:10.1111/anti.12220)

McMaster, R., and Novarese, M. (2016) Neuroeconomics: infeasible and underdetermined. Journal of Economic Issues, (Accepted for Publication)

Dolfsma, W., Figart, D.M., McMaster, R., Mutari, E. and White, M.D., (Eds.) (2016) Social Economics. Series: Critical concepts in economics. Routledge: London. ISBN 9781138810754

Pike, A., Cumbers, A., Dawley, S., MacKinnon, D., and McMaster, R. (2016) Doing evolution in economic geography. Economic Geography, 92(2), pp. 123-144. (doi:10.1080/00130095.2015.1108830)

2015

Davis, J. B., and McMaster, R. (2015) Situating care in mainstream health economics: an ethical dilemma? Journal of Institutional Economics, 11(04), pp. 749-767. (doi:10.1017/S1744137414000538)

Cumbers, A., Davis, J., and McMaster, R. (2015) Theorizing the social provisioning process under capitalism: developing a veblenian theory of care for the twenty-first century. Journal of Economic Issues, 49(2), pp. 583-590. (doi:10.1080/00213624.2015.1042806)

Crossan, J., Cumbers, A., McMaster, R., and Shaw, D. (2015) Glasgow’s Community Gardens: Neoliberal Spaces or Sites of Radical Potential? Geographies of the Anthropocene. In: RGS-IBG Annual International Conference, University of Exeter, 01-04 Sep 2015, (Unpublished)

Crossan, J., Shaw, D., Cumbers, A., and McMaster, R. (2015) Glasgow's Community Gardens: Sustainable Communities of Care. Project Report. University of Glasgow, Glasgow.

Cumbers, A., Crossan, J., McMaster, R., and Shaw, D. (2015) Social Provisioning and Capabilities: The Case of Community Gardens in Glasgow. In: 15th World Congress of Social Economics, Ontario, Canada, 22-24 Jun 2015, (Unpublished)

McMaster, R. (2015) The “illusion” or “paradigm blindness” of economics: ethical challenges to economic thought from the financial crisis. In: Jo, T.-H. and Lee, F.S. (eds.) Marx, Veblen, and the Foundations of Heterodox Economics: Essays in Honor of John Henry. Series: Routledge advances in heterodox economics (26). Routledge: London. ISBN 9781138797796

Shaw, D., Crossan, J., Cumbers, A., and McMaster, R. (2015) Community Gardens: New Spaces for DIY Citizenship? In: 40th Annual Macromarketing Conference, Chicago, IL, USA, 25-28 Jun 2015, (Unpublished)

Shaw, D., McMaster, R., and Newholm, T. (2015) Care and commitment in ethical consumption: an exploration of the ‘attitude–behaviour gap'. Journal of Business Ethics, (doi:10.1007/s10551-014-2442-y) (Early Online Publication)

2014

Shaw, D., Cumbers, A., McMaster, R., and Crossan, J. (2014) Preliminary research findings. In: Making Local Food Happen: Community Gardening in Glasgow, The Lighthouse, Glasgow, UK, 13 June 2014,

Shaw, D., and McMaster, R. (2014) Visualising care in ethical consumption. In: Visual Methodologies: A Postdiscipline of Inclusions?, University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland, 19-21 June 2014,

2013

McMaster, R. (2013) Capabilities and patients as persons: ethical implications for health economics. American Journal of Bioethics, 13(8), pp. 48-50. (doi:10.1080/15265161.2013.802066)

McMaster, R., and White, M.J. (2013) An Investigation of Oliver Williamson’s Prescriptions for the Division of Labour. Cambridge Journal of Economics, 37(6), pp. 1283-1301. (doi:10.1093/cje/bet030)

Shaw, D., and McMaster, R. (2013) Ethical consumption: who cares? In: Fourth Conference for Transformative Consumer Research, Lille, France, 24-25 May 2013, (Unpublished)

Shaw, D., McMaster, R., and Newholm, T. (2013) A visualisation of care in ethical consumption. In: SCORAI 2013: The Future of Consumerism and Well-Being in a World of Ecological Constraints, Worcerster, MA, USA, 12-14 June 2013,

2012

Cumbers, A., and McMaster, R. (2012) Revisiting public ownership: knowledge, democracy and participation in economic decision making. Review of Radical Political Economics, 44(3), pp. 358-373. (doi:10.1177/0486613412440238)

Cumbers, A., and McMaster, R. (2012) Rethinking public ownership and participation. On the Horizon, 20(3), pp. 172-181. (doi:10.1108/10748121211256775)

McMaster, R. (2012) Institutional economics: traditional. In: Smith, S.J. (ed.) International Encyclopaedia of Housing and Home. Elsevier: Oxford, UK. ISBN 9780080471631

McMaster, R. (2012) Mainstream Health Economics and Dignity: The Commodity Narrative as a Debilitating Solecism? American Journal of Economics and Sociology, 72(1), pp. 1-31. (doi:10.1111/j.1536-7150.2012.00872.x)

McMaster, R., and Watkins, C. (2012) Evolutionary economics. In: Smith, S.J. (ed.) International Encyclopaedia of Housing and Home. Elsevier: Oxford, UK. ISBN 9780080471631

Shaw, D., McMaster, R., and Newholm, T. (2012) Bounded in choice: expectations of an attitude-behaviour gap in ethical consumer behaviour. In: ICCSR 10th Anniversary Conference, Nottingham University Business School, Nottingham, UK, 26-27 Apr 2012,

Shaw, D., McMaster, R., and Newholm, T. (2012) Visualising care in ethical consumption. In: ESRC inVisio symposium: Advancing Visual Research in Organization Studies, University of Essex, Colchester, UK, 28-29 Nov 2012, (Unpublished)

2011

Dolfsma, W., Finch, J., and McMaster, R. (2011) Identifying institutional vulnerability: the importance of language, and system boundaries. Journal of Economic Issues, 45(4), pp. 805-818. (doi:10.2753/JEI0021-3624450403)

McMaster, R., and Dolfsma, W. (2011) Policy conflicts: market-oriented reform in health care. Journal of Economic Issues, 45(2), pp. 309-316. (doi:10.2753/JEI0021-3624450207)

Ferrari, E., Henneberry, J., Laughlin, D.L., Tait, M., Watkins, C., and McMaster, R. (2011) Behavioural Change Approach and the Housing Sector: Scoping Study. Project Report. Department for Communities and Local Government, London.

Khan, A.R., MacIntosh, R., and McMaster, R. (2011) Development of human capital resource and knowledge: dynamic capability, competency and skill. In: SMS 31st Annual International Conference, Miami, Florida, USA, 6-9 November 2011,

Malik, S., MacIntosh, R., and McMaster, R. (2011) What makes up a healthy, happy and enthusiastic academic? Conceptualization, operationalization and measurement of vitality at work (VAW). In: British Academy of Management (BAM) 2011, Birmingham, UK, 13-15 September 2011,

McMaster, R. (2011) Neuroeconomics: a sceptical view. Real-World Economics Review, 58, pp. 113-125.

Shaw, D., McMaster, R., and Ozcaglar-Toulouse, N. (2011) Voting for a fairer world? In: 27th International Conference of the French Marketing Association, Brussels, Belgium, 18-20 May 2011,

Watkins, C., and McMaster, R. (2011) The behavioural turn in housing economics: reflections on the theoretical and operational challenges. Housing, Theory and Society, 28(3), pp. 281-287. (doi:10.1080/14036096.2011.599177)

2010

Cumbers, A., and McMaster, R. (2010) Socialism, knowledge, the instrumental valuation principle and the enhancement of individual dignity. Economy and Society, 39(2), pp. 247-270. (doi:10.1080/03085141003620162)

2009

MacKinnon, D., Cumbers, A., Pike, A., Birch, K., and McMaster, R. (2009) Evolution in economic geography: institutions, political economy, and adaptation. Economic Geography, 85(2), pp. 129-150. (doi:10.1111/j.1944-8287.2009.01017.x)

Pike, A., Birch, K., Cumbers, A., MacKinnon, D., and McMaster, R. (2009) A geographical political economy of evolution in economic geography. Economic Geography, 85(2), pp. 175-182.

Dolfsma, W., Finch, J.H., and McMaster, R. (2009) Institutional change and language. In: Dolfsma, W. (ed.) Institutions, Communication and Values. Palgrave Macmillan: Basingstoke, pp. 14-29. ISBN 9780230223790

2008

McMaster, R. (2008) Beware those offering “Gold Standards”: evidence-based medicine and the potential for institutional change in clinical-medical provision. Journal of Economic Issues, 42(4), pp. 885-912.

McMaster, R. (2008) Health policy. In: O'Hara, P.A. (ed.) International Encyclopaedia of Public Policy: Governance in a Global Age. GPERU, pp. 301-314.

McMaster, R. (2008) The welfare state and privatization. In: Davis, J.B. and Dolfsma, W. (eds.) Elgar Companion to Social Economics. Edward Elgar Publishing: Cheltenham, pp. 519-536. ISBN 9781845422806

Shaw, D., McMaster, R., and Ozcaglar-Toulouse, N. (2008) Voting for a fairer world? The myth of ethical consumption. In: 3rd Fair Trade International Symposium, Montpellier, France, 14-16 May 2008,

2007

Davis, J.B., and McMaster, R. (2007) The individual in mainstream health economics: a case of persona non-grata. Health Care Analysis, 15(3), pp. 195-210. (doi:10.1007/s10728-007-0044-x)

Dolfsma, W., and McMaster, R. (2007) Revisiting institutionalist law and economics - the inadequacy of the Chicago school: the case of personal bankruptcy law. Journal of Economic Issues, 41(2), pp. 557-565.

McMaster, R. (2007) Health care policy and the commodiciation of health. In: Cumbers, A. and Whitham, G. (eds.) Reclaiming the Economy: Alternatives to Market Fundamentalism in Scotland and Beyond. Scottish Left Review Press: Glasgow, pp. 96-113. ISBN 9780955036232

McMaster, R. (2007) On the need for heterodox health economics. Post-Autistic Economics Review, 41, pp. 9-22.

2006

McMaster, R., and Watkins, C. (2006) Economics and underdetermination: a case study of urban land and housing economics. Cambridge Journal of Economics, 30(6), pp. 901-922. (doi:10.1093/cje/bej002)

2005

Dolfsma, W., Finch, J., and McMaster, R. (2005) Market and society: How do they relate and how do they contribute to welfare? Journal of Economic Issues, 39(2), pp. 347-357.

Dolfsma, W., Finch, J.H., and McMaster, R. (2005) Market and society: how do they relate, and how do they contribute to welfare? Journal of Economic Issues, 39, pp. 347-356.

2004

McMaster, R. (2004) A utilitarian twist? Performance measurement in the English national health service. Journal of Economic Issues, 38(2), pp. 429-437.

2003

Cumbers, A., Mackinnon, D., and McMaster, R. (2003) Institutions, power and space - Assessing the limits to institutionalism in economic geography. European Urban and Regional Studies, 10(4), pp. 325-342. (doi:10.1177/09697764030104003)

Finch, J.H., and McMaster, R. (2003) A pragmatic alliance between critical realism and simple non-parametric statistical techniques. In: Downward, P. (ed.) Applied Economics and the Critical Realist Critique. Series: Routledge INEM Advances in Economic Methodology (2). Routledge, London, pp. 129-150. ISBN 9780415267854

McMaster, R. (2003) The process of market orientation in the UK's National Health Service. In: Dolfsma, W. and Dannreuther, C. (eds.) Globalization, Social Capital and Inequality: Contested Concepts, Contested Experiences. Edward Elgar, European Association for Evolutionary Political Economy: Cheltenham, pp. 144-175. ISBN 9781840645149

2002

Battu, H., McMaster, R., and White, M.J. (2002) An empirical investigation of Oliver Williamson's 'organization of work'. Applied Economics, 34(13), pp. 1657-1669. (doi:10.1080/00036840110115127)

McMaster, R. (2002) Introduction: reform in the provision of health care. Review of Social Economy, 60(3), pp. 323-329. (doi:10.1080/0034676021000013331)

McMaster, R. (2002) The analysis of welfare state reform: why the 'quasi-markets' narrative is descriptively inadequate and misleading. Journal of Economic Issues, 36(3), pp. 769-794.

McMaster, R. (2002) A socio-institutionalist critique of the 1990s' reforms of the UK's national health service. Review of Social Economy, 60(3), pp. 403-433. (doi:10.1080/0034676021000013386)

Battu, H., McMaster, R., and White, M.J. (2002) Tenure and employment contracts: an empirical investigation. Journal of Economic Studies, 29(2), pp. 131-149. (doi:10.1108/01443580210420790)

Finch, J.H., and McMaster, R. (2002) On categorical variables and non‐parametric statistical inference in the pursuit of causal explanations. Cambridge Journal of Economics, 26(6), 753 -772. (doi:10.1093/cje/26.6.753)

2001

McMaster, R. (2001) A Veblenian-inspired critique of the “quasi-markets” concept. International Journal of Social Economics, 28(9), pp. 710-724. (doi:10.1108/EUM0000000005689)

McMaster, R. (2001) The national health service, the 'internal market' and trust. In: Davis, J.B. (ed.) Social Economics of Health Care. Routledge: London, UK, pp. 113-140. ISBN 9780415207652

1999

McMaster, R. (1999) Institutional change in UK health and local authorities. International Journal of Social Economics, 26(12), pp. 1441-1454. (doi:10.1108/03068299910241565)

1998

McMaster, R., and Mackay, D. F. (1998) Distribution, equity and domestic water charging regimes: the case of Scotland. Annals of Public and Cooperative Economics, 69(1), pp. 85-105. (doi:10.1111/1467-8292.00074)

1997

Sawkins, J.W., and McMaster, R. (1997) Quasi-Markets for Water Services: Reviving the Auld Alliance? Series: Hume monograph, 1. David Hume Institute: Edinburgh. ISBN 9781870482547

1996

McMaster, R. (1996) A non-parametric approach to identifying the sources of cost savings arising from competitive tendering. Applied Economics Letters, 3(7), pp. 463-466. (doi:10.1080/758540807)

McMaster, R., and Sawkins, J.W. (1996) The contract state, trust distortion, and efficiency. Review of Social Economy, 54(2), pp. 145-167. (doi:10.1080/00346769600000034)

1995

McMaster, R. (1995) Competitive tendering in UK health and local authorities: what happens to the quality of services? Scottish Journal of Political Economy, 42(4), pp. 409-427. (doi:10.1111/j.1467-9485.1995.tb01167.x)

1993

McMaster, R., and Sawkins, J.W. (1993) The water industry in Scotland-Is franchising viable? Fiscal Studies, 14(4), pp. 1-13. (doi:10.1111/j.1475-5890.1993.tb00435.x)

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Number of items: 68.

Articles

Shaw, D., Crossan, J., Cumbers, A., McMaster, R., Trebeck, K., and Black, I. (2016) Open Space: Places of prosumption: Community gardens putting the ‘we’ into neighbourhoods. Families, Relationships and Societies, (doi:10.1332/204674316X14758523887982) (Early Online Publication)

Crossan, J., Cumbers, A., McMaster, R., and Shaw, D. (2016) Contesting neoliberal urbanism in Glasgow's community gardens: The practice of DIY citizenship. Antipode: A Radical Journal of Geography, 48(4), pp. 937-955. (doi:10.1111/anti.12220)

McMaster, R., and Novarese, M. (2016) Neuroeconomics: infeasible and underdetermined. Journal of Economic Issues, (Accepted for Publication)

Pike, A., Cumbers, A., Dawley, S., MacKinnon, D., and McMaster, R. (2016) Doing evolution in economic geography. Economic Geography, 92(2), pp. 123-144. (doi:10.1080/00130095.2015.1108830)

Davis, J. B., and McMaster, R. (2015) Situating care in mainstream health economics: an ethical dilemma? Journal of Institutional Economics, 11(04), pp. 749-767. (doi:10.1017/S1744137414000538)

Cumbers, A., Davis, J., and McMaster, R. (2015) Theorizing the social provisioning process under capitalism: developing a veblenian theory of care for the twenty-first century. Journal of Economic Issues, 49(2), pp. 583-590. (doi:10.1080/00213624.2015.1042806)

Shaw, D., McMaster, R., and Newholm, T. (2015) Care and commitment in ethical consumption: an exploration of the ‘attitude–behaviour gap'. Journal of Business Ethics, (doi:10.1007/s10551-014-2442-y) (Early Online Publication)

McMaster, R. (2013) Capabilities and patients as persons: ethical implications for health economics. American Journal of Bioethics, 13(8), pp. 48-50. (doi:10.1080/15265161.2013.802066)

McMaster, R., and White, M.J. (2013) An Investigation of Oliver Williamson’s Prescriptions for the Division of Labour. Cambridge Journal of Economics, 37(6), pp. 1283-1301. (doi:10.1093/cje/bet030)

Cumbers, A., and McMaster, R. (2012) Revisiting public ownership: knowledge, democracy and participation in economic decision making. Review of Radical Political Economics, 44(3), pp. 358-373. (doi:10.1177/0486613412440238)

Cumbers, A., and McMaster, R. (2012) Rethinking public ownership and participation. On the Horizon, 20(3), pp. 172-181. (doi:10.1108/10748121211256775)

McMaster, R. (2012) Mainstream Health Economics and Dignity: The Commodity Narrative as a Debilitating Solecism? American Journal of Economics and Sociology, 72(1), pp. 1-31. (doi:10.1111/j.1536-7150.2012.00872.x)

Dolfsma, W., Finch, J., and McMaster, R. (2011) Identifying institutional vulnerability: the importance of language, and system boundaries. Journal of Economic Issues, 45(4), pp. 805-818. (doi:10.2753/JEI0021-3624450403)

McMaster, R., and Dolfsma, W. (2011) Policy conflicts: market-oriented reform in health care. Journal of Economic Issues, 45(2), pp. 309-316. (doi:10.2753/JEI0021-3624450207)

McMaster, R. (2011) Neuroeconomics: a sceptical view. Real-World Economics Review, 58, pp. 113-125.

Watkins, C., and McMaster, R. (2011) The behavioural turn in housing economics: reflections on the theoretical and operational challenges. Housing, Theory and Society, 28(3), pp. 281-287. (doi:10.1080/14036096.2011.599177)

Cumbers, A., and McMaster, R. (2010) Socialism, knowledge, the instrumental valuation principle and the enhancement of individual dignity. Economy and Society, 39(2), pp. 247-270. (doi:10.1080/03085141003620162)

MacKinnon, D., Cumbers, A., Pike, A., Birch, K., and McMaster, R. (2009) Evolution in economic geography: institutions, political economy, and adaptation. Economic Geography, 85(2), pp. 129-150. (doi:10.1111/j.1944-8287.2009.01017.x)

Pike, A., Birch, K., Cumbers, A., MacKinnon, D., and McMaster, R. (2009) A geographical political economy of evolution in economic geography. Economic Geography, 85(2), pp. 175-182.

McMaster, R. (2008) Beware those offering “Gold Standards”: evidence-based medicine and the potential for institutional change in clinical-medical provision. Journal of Economic Issues, 42(4), pp. 885-912.

Davis, J.B., and McMaster, R. (2007) The individual in mainstream health economics: a case of persona non-grata. Health Care Analysis, 15(3), pp. 195-210. (doi:10.1007/s10728-007-0044-x)

Dolfsma, W., and McMaster, R. (2007) Revisiting institutionalist law and economics - the inadequacy of the Chicago school: the case of personal bankruptcy law. Journal of Economic Issues, 41(2), pp. 557-565.

McMaster, R. (2007) On the need for heterodox health economics. Post-Autistic Economics Review, 41, pp. 9-22.

McMaster, R., and Watkins, C. (2006) Economics and underdetermination: a case study of urban land and housing economics. Cambridge Journal of Economics, 30(6), pp. 901-922. (doi:10.1093/cje/bej002)

Dolfsma, W., Finch, J., and McMaster, R. (2005) Market and society: How do they relate and how do they contribute to welfare? Journal of Economic Issues, 39(2), pp. 347-357.

Dolfsma, W., Finch, J.H., and McMaster, R. (2005) Market and society: how do they relate, and how do they contribute to welfare? Journal of Economic Issues, 39, pp. 347-356.

McMaster, R. (2004) A utilitarian twist? Performance measurement in the English national health service. Journal of Economic Issues, 38(2), pp. 429-437.

Cumbers, A., Mackinnon, D., and McMaster, R. (2003) Institutions, power and space - Assessing the limits to institutionalism in economic geography. European Urban and Regional Studies, 10(4), pp. 325-342. (doi:10.1177/09697764030104003)

Battu, H., McMaster, R., and White, M.J. (2002) An empirical investigation of Oliver Williamson's 'organization of work'. Applied Economics, 34(13), pp. 1657-1669. (doi:10.1080/00036840110115127)

McMaster, R. (2002) Introduction: reform in the provision of health care. Review of Social Economy, 60(3), pp. 323-329. (doi:10.1080/0034676021000013331)

McMaster, R. (2002) The analysis of welfare state reform: why the 'quasi-markets' narrative is descriptively inadequate and misleading. Journal of Economic Issues, 36(3), pp. 769-794.

McMaster, R. (2002) A socio-institutionalist critique of the 1990s' reforms of the UK's national health service. Review of Social Economy, 60(3), pp. 403-433. (doi:10.1080/0034676021000013386)

Battu, H., McMaster, R., and White, M.J. (2002) Tenure and employment contracts: an empirical investigation. Journal of Economic Studies, 29(2), pp. 131-149. (doi:10.1108/01443580210420790)

Finch, J.H., and McMaster, R. (2002) On categorical variables and non‐parametric statistical inference in the pursuit of causal explanations. Cambridge Journal of Economics, 26(6), 753 -772. (doi:10.1093/cje/26.6.753)

McMaster, R. (2001) A Veblenian-inspired critique of the “quasi-markets” concept. International Journal of Social Economics, 28(9), pp. 710-724. (doi:10.1108/EUM0000000005689)

McMaster, R. (1999) Institutional change in UK health and local authorities. International Journal of Social Economics, 26(12), pp. 1441-1454. (doi:10.1108/03068299910241565)

McMaster, R., and Mackay, D. F. (1998) Distribution, equity and domestic water charging regimes: the case of Scotland. Annals of Public and Cooperative Economics, 69(1), pp. 85-105. (doi:10.1111/1467-8292.00074)

McMaster, R. (1996) A non-parametric approach to identifying the sources of cost savings arising from competitive tendering. Applied Economics Letters, 3(7), pp. 463-466. (doi:10.1080/758540807)

McMaster, R., and Sawkins, J.W. (1996) The contract state, trust distortion, and efficiency. Review of Social Economy, 54(2), pp. 145-167. (doi:10.1080/00346769600000034)

McMaster, R. (1995) Competitive tendering in UK health and local authorities: what happens to the quality of services? Scottish Journal of Political Economy, 42(4), pp. 409-427. (doi:10.1111/j.1467-9485.1995.tb01167.x)

McMaster, R., and Sawkins, J.W. (1993) The water industry in Scotland-Is franchising viable? Fiscal Studies, 14(4), pp. 1-13. (doi:10.1111/j.1475-5890.1993.tb00435.x)

Books

Sawkins, J.W., and McMaster, R. (1997) Quasi-Markets for Water Services: Reviving the Auld Alliance? Series: Hume monograph, 1. David Hume Institute: Edinburgh. ISBN 9781870482547

Book Sections

McMaster, R. (2015) The “illusion” or “paradigm blindness” of economics: ethical challenges to economic thought from the financial crisis. In: Jo, T.-H. and Lee, F.S. (eds.) Marx, Veblen, and the Foundations of Heterodox Economics: Essays in Honor of John Henry. Series: Routledge advances in heterodox economics (26). Routledge: London. ISBN 9781138797796

McMaster, R. (2012) Institutional economics: traditional. In: Smith, S.J. (ed.) International Encyclopaedia of Housing and Home. Elsevier: Oxford, UK. ISBN 9780080471631

McMaster, R., and Watkins, C. (2012) Evolutionary economics. In: Smith, S.J. (ed.) International Encyclopaedia of Housing and Home. Elsevier: Oxford, UK. ISBN 9780080471631

Dolfsma, W., Finch, J.H., and McMaster, R. (2009) Institutional change and language. In: Dolfsma, W. (ed.) Institutions, Communication and Values. Palgrave Macmillan: Basingstoke, pp. 14-29. ISBN 9780230223790

McMaster, R. (2008) Health policy. In: O'Hara, P.A. (ed.) International Encyclopaedia of Public Policy: Governance in a Global Age. GPERU, pp. 301-314.

McMaster, R. (2008) The welfare state and privatization. In: Davis, J.B. and Dolfsma, W. (eds.) Elgar Companion to Social Economics. Edward Elgar Publishing: Cheltenham, pp. 519-536. ISBN 9781845422806

McMaster, R. (2007) Health care policy and the commodiciation of health. In: Cumbers, A. and Whitham, G. (eds.) Reclaiming the Economy: Alternatives to Market Fundamentalism in Scotland and Beyond. Scottish Left Review Press: Glasgow, pp. 96-113. ISBN 9780955036232

Finch, J.H., and McMaster, R. (2003) A pragmatic alliance between critical realism and simple non-parametric statistical techniques. In: Downward, P. (ed.) Applied Economics and the Critical Realist Critique. Series: Routledge INEM Advances in Economic Methodology (2). Routledge, London, pp. 129-150. ISBN 9780415267854

McMaster, R. (2003) The process of market orientation in the UK's National Health Service. In: Dolfsma, W. and Dannreuther, C. (eds.) Globalization, Social Capital and Inequality: Contested Concepts, Contested Experiences. Edward Elgar, European Association for Evolutionary Political Economy: Cheltenham, pp. 144-175. ISBN 9781840645149

McMaster, R. (2001) The national health service, the 'internal market' and trust. In: Davis, J.B. (ed.) Social Economics of Health Care. Routledge: London, UK, pp. 113-140. ISBN 9780415207652

Edited Books

Dolfsma, W., Figart, D.M., McMaster, R., Mutari, E. and White, M.D., (Eds.) (2016) Social Economics. Series: Critical concepts in economics. Routledge: London. ISBN 9781138810754

Research Reports or Papers

Crossan, J., Shaw, D., Cumbers, A., and McMaster, R. (2015) Glasgow's Community Gardens: Sustainable Communities of Care. Project Report. University of Glasgow, Glasgow.

Ferrari, E., Henneberry, J., Laughlin, D.L., Tait, M., Watkins, C., and McMaster, R. (2011) Behavioural Change Approach and the Housing Sector: Scoping Study. Project Report. Department for Communities and Local Government, London.

Conference Proceedings

Crossan, J., Cumbers, A., McMaster, R., and Shaw, D. (2015) Glasgow’s Community Gardens: Neoliberal Spaces or Sites of Radical Potential? Geographies of the Anthropocene. In: RGS-IBG Annual International Conference, University of Exeter, 01-04 Sep 2015, (Unpublished)

Cumbers, A., Crossan, J., McMaster, R., and Shaw, D. (2015) Social Provisioning and Capabilities: The Case of Community Gardens in Glasgow. In: 15th World Congress of Social Economics, Ontario, Canada, 22-24 Jun 2015, (Unpublished)

Shaw, D., Crossan, J., Cumbers, A., and McMaster, R. (2015) Community Gardens: New Spaces for DIY Citizenship? In: 40th Annual Macromarketing Conference, Chicago, IL, USA, 25-28 Jun 2015, (Unpublished)

Shaw, D., Cumbers, A., McMaster, R., and Crossan, J. (2014) Preliminary research findings. In: Making Local Food Happen: Community Gardening in Glasgow, The Lighthouse, Glasgow, UK, 13 June 2014,

Shaw, D., and McMaster, R. (2014) Visualising care in ethical consumption. In: Visual Methodologies: A Postdiscipline of Inclusions?, University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland, 19-21 June 2014,

Shaw, D., and McMaster, R. (2013) Ethical consumption: who cares? In: Fourth Conference for Transformative Consumer Research, Lille, France, 24-25 May 2013, (Unpublished)

Shaw, D., McMaster, R., and Newholm, T. (2013) A visualisation of care in ethical consumption. In: SCORAI 2013: The Future of Consumerism and Well-Being in a World of Ecological Constraints, Worcerster, MA, USA, 12-14 June 2013,

Shaw, D., McMaster, R., and Newholm, T. (2012) Bounded in choice: expectations of an attitude-behaviour gap in ethical consumer behaviour. In: ICCSR 10th Anniversary Conference, Nottingham University Business School, Nottingham, UK, 26-27 Apr 2012,

Shaw, D., McMaster, R., and Newholm, T. (2012) Visualising care in ethical consumption. In: ESRC inVisio symposium: Advancing Visual Research in Organization Studies, University of Essex, Colchester, UK, 28-29 Nov 2012, (Unpublished)

Khan, A.R., MacIntosh, R., and McMaster, R. (2011) Development of human capital resource and knowledge: dynamic capability, competency and skill. In: SMS 31st Annual International Conference, Miami, Florida, USA, 6-9 November 2011,

Malik, S., MacIntosh, R., and McMaster, R. (2011) What makes up a healthy, happy and enthusiastic academic? Conceptualization, operationalization and measurement of vitality at work (VAW). In: British Academy of Management (BAM) 2011, Birmingham, UK, 13-15 September 2011,

Shaw, D., McMaster, R., and Ozcaglar-Toulouse, N. (2011) Voting for a fairer world? In: 27th International Conference of the French Marketing Association, Brussels, Belgium, 18-20 May 2011,

Shaw, D., McMaster, R., and Ozcaglar-Toulouse, N. (2008) Voting for a fairer world? The myth of ethical consumption. In: 3rd Fair Trade International Symposium, Montpellier, France, 14-16 May 2008,

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