Professor Annette Hastings

  • Professor of Urban Studies (Urban Studies)
  • Associate Academic (Institute of Health and Wellbeing)

telephone: 01413306275
email: Annette.Hastings@glasgow.ac.uk

Research interests

Research Interests

  • Public service provision in disadvantaged and better off neighbourhoods
  • Neighbourhood stigmatisation (processes and effects)
  • Language use in the policy process
  • Governance of urban regeneration

Grants

Research Grants (current or recently completed)

- Arts and Humanities Research Council Connectivity and Conflict in periods of Austerity: What do we know about the middle class political activism and its effects on public services? 2011 (£24k with Matthews) Principal Investigator

- University of Glasgow Adam Smith Research Foundation/Urban Studies Research Fund A critical interpretive review of the applicability of ‘candidacy’ as a concept in understanding access to public services.  2011 (£3,851 with Mackenzie  (PI), Munro  & O’Donnell) Co-I

- Joseph Rowntree Foundation Serving Deprived Neighbourhoods in a Recession 2010-11 (£20k, with Bailey and Bramley) Principal Investigator

- ESRC Studentship Proposal Competition Super-diverse neighbourhoods: can the current policy architecture adapt? (2010-2014, with Bynner) First supervisor

- Lord Kelvin / Adam Smith Scholarship Scheme Measuring the impact of events on the cultural capital of socially excluded groups (2009-2013, with Purcell) Second supervisor

- Urban Studies Research Incentivisation Fund/ Adam Smith Research Foundation The Impact of Large Scale Regeneration on Young People’s Attachment to Place 2010-2011 (£3000 with Bradley and Madgin) Co PI

- Urban Studies Research Incentivisation Fund Coping with the Cuts: investigating the operation of the ‘law of accumulated advantage’ with respect to public service provision in an era of fiscal austerity   (£1430 ) Principal Investigator  

- Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute The problem of social housing stigmatisation and the innovations that can minimise its effects: a panel investigation 2009-10 (A$57,400 Jacobs and Arthurson) International Expert Advisor

- Joseph Rowntree Foundation A Clean Sweep: delivering cleaner streets in diverse neighbourhoods £116k 2006-9 (with Bailey and Bramley) Principal Investigator

 

Supervision

Current research students

Koen Bartells

  • Thesis title: Public Encounters in Community Participation: the need for dialogue

Sponsor: University of glasgow Scholarship

Duration:2008-2011

First supervisor

Lisa Bradley

  • Thesis title: The Provision Of Cultural Policy within Contemporary Urban Governance and its Impact on Multi-level Inequality
    Sponsor: Urban Studies Journal
    Duration: 2009-2013

First supervisor

Claire Bynner

  • Thesis title: Super diverse neighbourhoods: can the current policy architecture adapt to a new kind of 'problem' neighbourhood?
    Sponsor: ESRC
    Duration: 2010-2014

First supervisor

Oleysa Nedvetskya

  • Thesis title: Measuring the impact of events on the cultural capital of socially excluded groups
    Sponsor: Kelvin Smith
    Duration: 2009-2013

Second supervisor

Previous research students

Peter Matthews

  •  Thesis title: Meanings of Policy and Place: Understandings of Regeneration in Scotland 1988-2009
    Sponsor: Adam Smith Research Foundation
    Graduation: 2010

Kim McKee

  • Thesis title: Re-configuring Housing Governance in Glasgow Post-Stock Transfer: regulatory and liberatory possibilites
    Graduation: 2009

Glen Gourlay

  • Social exclusion and Stigma; the role of neighbourhood regeneration
    Sponsor: ESRC
    Graduation: 2008

Chris McWilliams

  • Involving the Community in Local Regeneration
    Graduation: 2004

 

 

 

Publications

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Number of items: 54.

2015

Mackenzie, M., Conway, E., Hastings, A., Munro, M., and O'Donnell, C. A. (2015) Intersections and multiple 'candidacies': exploring connections between two theoretical perspectives on domestic abuse and their implications for practicing policy. Social Policy and Society, 14, (doi:10.1017/S1474746414000244) (Early Online Publication)

Matthews, P., Bramley, G., and Hastings, A. (2015) Homo economicus in a big society: understanding middle-class activism and NIMBYism towards new housing developments. Housing, Theory and Society, 32(1), pp. 54-72. (doi:10.1080/14036096.2014.947173)

2014

Hastings, A. (2014) The Scottish Effect: some comments. In: Collins, C., MacKenzie, M. and McCartney, G. (eds.) Accounting for Scotland's Excess Mortality: Towards a Synthesis - Commentaries and Responses. Glasgow Centre for Population Health: Glasgow, pp. 13-16.

Hastings, A., Bailey, N., Bramley, G., Croudace, R., and Watkins, D. (2014) 'Managing' the middle classes: urban managers, public services and the response to middle-class capture. Local Government Studies, 40(2), pp. 203-223. (doi:10.1080/03003930.2013.815615)

Hastings, A., and Matthews, P. (2014) Bourdieu and the Big Society: empowering the powerful in public service provision? Policy and Politics, (doi:10.1332/030557314X14080105693951) (Early Online Publication)

2013

Mackenzie, M., Conway, E., Hastings, A., Munro, M., and O'Donnell, C. (2013) Is ‘candidacy’ a useful concept for understanding journeys through public services? A critical interpretive literature synthesis. Social Policy and Administration, 47(7), pp. 806-825. (doi:10.1111/j.1467-9515.2012.00864.x)

Hastings, A., Bailey, N., Besemer, K., Bramley, G., Gannon, M., and Watkins, D. (2013) Coping with The Cuts: Local Authorities and Poorer Communities. Project Report. Joseph Rowntree Foundation, York.

Sutherland, W. J. et al. (2013) 100 questions: identifying research priorities for poverty prevention and reduction. Journal of Poverty and Social Justice, 21(3), pp. 189-205. (doi:10.1332/175982713X671210)

Hastings, A. (2013) Review of 'From Recession to Renewal: The Impact of the Financial Crisis on Public Services and Local Government', J. Richardson (Ed.). Housing Studies, 27(7), pp. 1050-1051. (doi:10.1080/02673037.2012.617932) [Book Review]

Hastings, A., Bailey, N., Besemer, K., and Gannon, M. (2013) "It's the end of local government as we know it": austerity and the remaking of local government in the UK. In: Social Policy Association Conference 2013, Sheffield, UK, 8-10 Jul 2013,

Hastings, A. (2013) Discourse and linguistic analysis. In: Ward, K. (ed.) Researching the City: A Guide for Students. Sage: London. ISBN 9781446202104

Hastings, A., Bailey, N., Besemer, K., Bramley, G., Gannon, M., and Watkins, D. (2013) Coping With the Cuts: Local Authorities and Poorer Communities. Main Report. Project Report. University of Glasgow, Glasgow.

Matthews, P., and Hastings, A. (2013) Middle-class political activism and middle-class advantage in relation to public services: a realist synthesis of the evidence base. Social Policy and Administration, 47(1), pp. 72-92. (doi:10.1111/j.1467-9515.2012.00866.x)

2012

Matthews, P., and Hastings, A. (2012) Are the usual suspects a problem? Scottish Planner,

Matthews, P., and Hastings, A. (2012) Understanding middle class community activism. New Start,

Bramley, G., Bailey, N., Hastings, A., Watkins, D., and Croudace, R. (2012) Environmental justice in the city? Challenges for policy and resource allocation in keeping the streets clean. Environment and Planning A, 44(3), pp. 741-761. (doi:10.1068/a44409)

Hastings, A. (2012) Textual and linguistic analysis. In: Smith, S.J., Elsinga, M., Fox O'Mahony, L., Eng, O.S., Wachter, S. and Clapham, D. (eds.) Encyclopaedia of Housing and Home. Volume 7. Elsevier: Oxford, pp. 190-195.

Hastings, A., Bramley, G., Bailey, N., and Watkins, D. (2012) Serving deprived communities in a recession. Project Report. Joseph Rowntree Foundation, York, UK.

2011

Hastings, A., and Matthews, P. (2011) "Sharp Elbows": Do the Middle-Classes have Advantages in Public Service Provision and if so how? Project Report. University Of Glasgow, Glasgow, UK.

Hastings, A. (2011) Can public services 'protect the vulnerable' in the age of austerity? Considering the evidence on street cleaning services in the age of growth. Discussion Paper. Oxfam GB, Oxford.

Hastings, A. (2011) Community empowerment in England and Scotland. Scotregen, 54, pp. 10-11.

Hastings, A., Bramley, G., Bailey, N., and Watkins, D. (2011) All in this together? Serving deprived communities in a period of fiscal retrenchment. In: Housing Studies Conference 2011: Housing in Hard Times: Class, Poverty and Social Exclusion, York, UK, 13-15 Apr 2011,

Hastings, A., and Matthews, P. (2011) Connectivity and Conflict in Periods of Austerity. Technical Report. University Of Glasgow, Glasgow, UK.

Hastings, A., and Matthews, P. (2011) Connectivity and Conflict in Periods of Austerity: What do we Know about Middle Class Political Activism and its Effects on Public Services? Project Report. AHRC / Connected Communities.

Jacobs, K., Arthurson, K., Cica, N., Greenwood, A., and Hastings, A. (2011) The stigmatisation of social housing: findings from a panel investigation. Project Report. Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute.

2010

Hastings, A. (2010) Book Review: 'Olympic Cities: City Agendas, Planning and the World's Games, 1896-2012', J.R. Gold and M.M. Gold (Eds.), 2007 London: Routledge, 368 pp., ISBN 9780415374064 hardback; 9780415374071 paperback. Urban Studies, 47(10), pp. 2243-2245. (doi:10.1177/00420980100470101104) [Book Review]

2009

Hastings, A., Bailey, N., Bramley, G., Croudace, R., and Watkins, D. (2009) Street Cleanliness in Deprived and Better-Off Neighbourhoods: a Clean Sweep? Project Report. Joseph Rowntree Foundation, York, UK.

Hastings, A. (2009) Neighbourhood environmental services and neighbourhood 'effects': Exploring the role of urban services in intensifying neighbourhood problems. Housing Studies, 24(4), pp. 503-524. (doi:10.1080/02673030902938389)

Hastings, A. (2009) Poor neighbourhoods and poor services: Evidence on the 'rationing' of environmental service provision to deprived neighbourhoods. Urban Studies, 46(13), pp. 2907-2927. (doi:10.1177/0042098009344995)

Hastings, A., Bailey, N., Bramley, G., Croudace, R., and Watkins, D. (2009) Mainstream services and territorial justice: a case study of environmental services. In: European Network for Housing Research Conference: Changing Housing Markets: Integration and Segmentation contact, Prague, Czech Republic, 28 Jun-01 Jul 2009,

Hastings, A., Bailey, N., Bramley, G., Croudace, R., and Watkins, D. (2009) Street Cleanliness in Deprived and Better-Off Neighbourhoods: Findings. Project Report. Joseph Rowntree Foundation, York, UK.

Hastings, A., Bramley, G., Bailey, N., and Watkins, D. (2009) Narrowing the gap in environmental cleanliness between poor and better off neighbourhoods: data, politics and policy. In: Royal Geographical Society/IBG Annual International Conference 2009, Manchester, UK, 26-28 Aug 2009,

2008

Bailey, N., Hastings, A., Bramley, G., and Watkins, D. (2008) Achieving territorial justice in neighbourhood environmental services: a UK case study. In: UAA 38th Annual Meeting. 1968 Revisited: Cities 40 Years Later, Baltimore, MD, 23-26 Apr 2008,

Hastings, A., Bramley, G., Bailey, N., and Watkins, D. (2008) 'A clean sweep?': delivering environmental justice in diverse neighbourhoods. In: 2008 Royal Geographical Society/Institute of British Geographers Annual Conference, London, UK, 27-28 Aug 2008,

2007

Bramley, G., Bailey, N., Day, R., Hastings, A., and Watkins, D. (2007) Back to basics: the cost of clean streets in different physical and social circumstances. In: European Urban Research Conference: The Vital City, Glasgow, UK, 12-14 Sept 2007,

Hastings, A. (2007) Territorial justice and neighbourhood services: an exploration of the provision of environmental services to deprived and better off neighbourhoods in the UK. Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy,

Hastings, A., Bailey, N., Bramley, G., Croudace, R., and Watkins, D. (2007) Environmental justice in the city? In: European Urban Research Conference: The Vital City, Glasgow, UK, 12-14 Sept 2007,

2006

Tiesdell, S., Adams, D., Hastings, A., and Turok, I. (2006) A Step Change in Scottish Regeneration Policy? Town and Country Planning, 75(4 Apri), pp. 104-107.

2004

Bailey, N., and Hastings, A. (2004) Housing and neighbourhood regeneration. In: Sim, D. (ed.) Housing and public policy in post-devolution Scotland. Series: Chartered Institute of Housing policy and practice series. Chartered Institute of Housing, pp. 82-93. ISBN 9781903208632

Hastings, A. (2004) Stigma and Social Housing Estates: Beyond Pathological Explanations. Journal of Housing and the Built Environment, 19(3), pp. 233-254.

Turok, I. et al. (2004) Sources of city prosperity and cohesion: the case of Glasgow and Edinburgh. In: Boddy, M. and Parkinson, M. (eds.) City Matters: Competitiveness, Cohesion and Urban Governance. Policy Press: Bristol, pp. 13-31. ISBN 9781861344441

2003

Flint, J., and Hastings, A. (2003) Managing Access to Shopping Centre in Periphery Estates. Forum: Magazine of the Association of Town Centre Managers(Februa), p. 4.

Hastings, A. (2003) Strategic, multi-level neighbourhood regeneration: an outward-looking approach at last? In: Imrie, R. and Raco, M. (eds.) Urban Renaissance? New Labour, community and urban policy. Policy Press: Bristol, pp. 85-100. ISBN 1861343809

Hastings, A., and Dean, J. (2003) Challenging images: tackling stigma through estate regeneration. Policy and Politics, 31(2), pp. 171-184.

Turok, I., Bailey, N., Atkinson, R., Bramley, G., Docherty, I., Gibb, K., Goodlad, R., Hastings, A., Kintrea, K., Kirk, K., Leibovitz, J., Lever, B., Morgan, J., Paddison, R., and Sterling, R. (2003) Twin Track Cities? Linking Prosperity and Cohesion in Glasgow and Edinburgh. University of Glasgow : Glasgow, UK. ISBN 1903825059

2002

Bailey, N., and Hastings, A. (2002) Public services in deprived neighbourhoods: evidence of a 'neighbourhood effect' in mainstream public services. In: Social Policy Association Conference: Localities, Regeneration and Welfare, University of Teeside, UK, 16-18 July 2002, (Unpublished)

Bailey, N., and Hastings, A. (2002) Public services in deprived neighbourhoods: spatial injustices from mainstream services. In: ocial Justice in Scotland: Urban and Rural Dimensions, Aberdeen, UK, 13 Sept 2002, (Unpublished)

Bailey, N., Hastings, A., Leibowitz, J., and Turok, I. (2002) More than a vision? Assessing the strategic capacity of city-wide partnerships. In: Fourth European Urban and Regional Studies Conference, (Re)Placing Europe: Economies, Territories and Identities, Barcelona, Spain, 4-7 July 2002, (Unpublished)

Hastings, A. (2002) Making Discourse Analysis Explicit. Housing, Theory and Society, 19(1), p. 19.

2001

Taylor, P., Turok, I., and Hastings, A. (2001) Competitive Bidding in Urban Regeneration: Stimulus or Disillusionment for the Losers? Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 19(1), pp. 45-63.

2000

Fitzpatrick, S., Hastings, A., and Kintrea, K. (2000) Youth involvement in urban regeneration: hard lessons, future directions. Policy and Politics, 28(4), pp. 493-509. (doi:10.1332/0305573002501108)

1999

Fitzpatrick, S., Hastings, A., and Kintrea, K. (1999) Young people's participation in urban regeneration. ChildRight: Journal of the Children’s Legal Centre, 154,

1998

Fitzpatrick, S., Hastings, A., and Kintrea, K. (1998) Including Young People in Urban Regeneration: A Lot to Learn? Series: Area regeneration series. Policy Press: Bristol. ISBN 9781861341198

Fitzpatrick, S., Hastings, A., and Kintrea, K. (1998) A Lot to Learn? Including Young People in Urban Regeneration. Project Report. Policy Press, Bristol.

This list was generated on Sat Apr 25 18:49:42 2015 BST.
Number of items: 54.

Articles

Mackenzie, M., Conway, E., Hastings, A., Munro, M., and O'Donnell, C. A. (2015) Intersections and multiple 'candidacies': exploring connections between two theoretical perspectives on domestic abuse and their implications for practicing policy. Social Policy and Society, 14, (doi:10.1017/S1474746414000244) (Early Online Publication)

Matthews, P., Bramley, G., and Hastings, A. (2015) Homo economicus in a big society: understanding middle-class activism and NIMBYism towards new housing developments. Housing, Theory and Society, 32(1), pp. 54-72. (doi:10.1080/14036096.2014.947173)

Hastings, A., Bailey, N., Bramley, G., Croudace, R., and Watkins, D. (2014) 'Managing' the middle classes: urban managers, public services and the response to middle-class capture. Local Government Studies, 40(2), pp. 203-223. (doi:10.1080/03003930.2013.815615)

Hastings, A., and Matthews, P. (2014) Bourdieu and the Big Society: empowering the powerful in public service provision? Policy and Politics, (doi:10.1332/030557314X14080105693951) (Early Online Publication)

Mackenzie, M., Conway, E., Hastings, A., Munro, M., and O'Donnell, C. (2013) Is ‘candidacy’ a useful concept for understanding journeys through public services? A critical interpretive literature synthesis. Social Policy and Administration, 47(7), pp. 806-825. (doi:10.1111/j.1467-9515.2012.00864.x)

Sutherland, W. J. et al. (2013) 100 questions: identifying research priorities for poverty prevention and reduction. Journal of Poverty and Social Justice, 21(3), pp. 189-205. (doi:10.1332/175982713X671210)

Matthews, P., and Hastings, A. (2013) Middle-class political activism and middle-class advantage in relation to public services: a realist synthesis of the evidence base. Social Policy and Administration, 47(1), pp. 72-92. (doi:10.1111/j.1467-9515.2012.00866.x)

Matthews, P., and Hastings, A. (2012) Are the usual suspects a problem? Scottish Planner,

Matthews, P., and Hastings, A. (2012) Understanding middle class community activism. New Start,

Bramley, G., Bailey, N., Hastings, A., Watkins, D., and Croudace, R. (2012) Environmental justice in the city? Challenges for policy and resource allocation in keeping the streets clean. Environment and Planning A, 44(3), pp. 741-761. (doi:10.1068/a44409)

Hastings, A. (2011) Community empowerment in England and Scotland. Scotregen, 54, pp. 10-11.

Hastings, A. (2009) Neighbourhood environmental services and neighbourhood 'effects': Exploring the role of urban services in intensifying neighbourhood problems. Housing Studies, 24(4), pp. 503-524. (doi:10.1080/02673030902938389)

Hastings, A. (2009) Poor neighbourhoods and poor services: Evidence on the 'rationing' of environmental service provision to deprived neighbourhoods. Urban Studies, 46(13), pp. 2907-2927. (doi:10.1177/0042098009344995)

Hastings, A. (2007) Territorial justice and neighbourhood services: an exploration of the provision of environmental services to deprived and better off neighbourhoods in the UK. Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy,

Tiesdell, S., Adams, D., Hastings, A., and Turok, I. (2006) A Step Change in Scottish Regeneration Policy? Town and Country Planning, 75(4 Apri), pp. 104-107.

Hastings, A. (2004) Stigma and Social Housing Estates: Beyond Pathological Explanations. Journal of Housing and the Built Environment, 19(3), pp. 233-254.

Flint, J., and Hastings, A. (2003) Managing Access to Shopping Centre in Periphery Estates. Forum: Magazine of the Association of Town Centre Managers(Februa), p. 4.

Hastings, A., and Dean, J. (2003) Challenging images: tackling stigma through estate regeneration. Policy and Politics, 31(2), pp. 171-184.

Hastings, A. (2002) Making Discourse Analysis Explicit. Housing, Theory and Society, 19(1), p. 19.

Taylor, P., Turok, I., and Hastings, A. (2001) Competitive Bidding in Urban Regeneration: Stimulus or Disillusionment for the Losers? Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 19(1), pp. 45-63.

Fitzpatrick, S., Hastings, A., and Kintrea, K. (2000) Youth involvement in urban regeneration: hard lessons, future directions. Policy and Politics, 28(4), pp. 493-509. (doi:10.1332/0305573002501108)

Fitzpatrick, S., Hastings, A., and Kintrea, K. (1999) Young people's participation in urban regeneration. ChildRight: Journal of the Children’s Legal Centre, 154,

Books

Turok, I., Bailey, N., Atkinson, R., Bramley, G., Docherty, I., Gibb, K., Goodlad, R., Hastings, A., Kintrea, K., Kirk, K., Leibovitz, J., Lever, B., Morgan, J., Paddison, R., and Sterling, R. (2003) Twin Track Cities? Linking Prosperity and Cohesion in Glasgow and Edinburgh. University of Glasgow : Glasgow, UK. ISBN 1903825059

Fitzpatrick, S., Hastings, A., and Kintrea, K. (1998) Including Young People in Urban Regeneration: A Lot to Learn? Series: Area regeneration series. Policy Press: Bristol. ISBN 9781861341198

Book Sections

Hastings, A. (2014) The Scottish Effect: some comments. In: Collins, C., MacKenzie, M. and McCartney, G. (eds.) Accounting for Scotland's Excess Mortality: Towards a Synthesis - Commentaries and Responses. Glasgow Centre for Population Health: Glasgow, pp. 13-16.

Hastings, A. (2013) Discourse and linguistic analysis. In: Ward, K. (ed.) Researching the City: A Guide for Students. Sage: London. ISBN 9781446202104

Hastings, A. (2012) Textual and linguistic analysis. In: Smith, S.J., Elsinga, M., Fox O'Mahony, L., Eng, O.S., Wachter, S. and Clapham, D. (eds.) Encyclopaedia of Housing and Home. Volume 7. Elsevier: Oxford, pp. 190-195.

Bailey, N., and Hastings, A. (2004) Housing and neighbourhood regeneration. In: Sim, D. (ed.) Housing and public policy in post-devolution Scotland. Series: Chartered Institute of Housing policy and practice series. Chartered Institute of Housing, pp. 82-93. ISBN 9781903208632

Turok, I. et al. (2004) Sources of city prosperity and cohesion: the case of Glasgow and Edinburgh. In: Boddy, M. and Parkinson, M. (eds.) City Matters: Competitiveness, Cohesion and Urban Governance. Policy Press: Bristol, pp. 13-31. ISBN 9781861344441

Hastings, A. (2003) Strategic, multi-level neighbourhood regeneration: an outward-looking approach at last? In: Imrie, R. and Raco, M. (eds.) Urban Renaissance? New Labour, community and urban policy. Policy Press: Bristol, pp. 85-100. ISBN 1861343809

Book Reviews

Hastings, A. (2013) Review of 'From Recession to Renewal: The Impact of the Financial Crisis on Public Services and Local Government', J. Richardson (Ed.). Housing Studies, 27(7), pp. 1050-1051. (doi:10.1080/02673037.2012.617932) [Book Review]

Hastings, A. (2010) Book Review: 'Olympic Cities: City Agendas, Planning and the World's Games, 1896-2012', J.R. Gold and M.M. Gold (Eds.), 2007 London: Routledge, 368 pp., ISBN 9780415374064 hardback; 9780415374071 paperback. Urban Studies, 47(10), pp. 2243-2245. (doi:10.1177/00420980100470101104) [Book Review]

Research Reports or Papers

Hastings, A., Bailey, N., Besemer, K., Bramley, G., Gannon, M., and Watkins, D. (2013) Coping with The Cuts: Local Authorities and Poorer Communities. Project Report. Joseph Rowntree Foundation, York.

Hastings, A., Bailey, N., Besemer, K., Bramley, G., Gannon, M., and Watkins, D. (2013) Coping With the Cuts: Local Authorities and Poorer Communities. Main Report. Project Report. University of Glasgow, Glasgow.

Hastings, A., Bramley, G., Bailey, N., and Watkins, D. (2012) Serving deprived communities in a recession. Project Report. Joseph Rowntree Foundation, York, UK.

Hastings, A., and Matthews, P. (2011) "Sharp Elbows": Do the Middle-Classes have Advantages in Public Service Provision and if so how? Project Report. University Of Glasgow, Glasgow, UK.

Hastings, A. (2011) Can public services 'protect the vulnerable' in the age of austerity? Considering the evidence on street cleaning services in the age of growth. Discussion Paper. Oxfam GB, Oxford.

Hastings, A., and Matthews, P. (2011) Connectivity and Conflict in Periods of Austerity. Technical Report. University Of Glasgow, Glasgow, UK.

Hastings, A., and Matthews, P. (2011) Connectivity and Conflict in Periods of Austerity: What do we Know about Middle Class Political Activism and its Effects on Public Services? Project Report. AHRC / Connected Communities.

Jacobs, K., Arthurson, K., Cica, N., Greenwood, A., and Hastings, A. (2011) The stigmatisation of social housing: findings from a panel investigation. Project Report. Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute.

Hastings, A., Bailey, N., Bramley, G., Croudace, R., and Watkins, D. (2009) Street Cleanliness in Deprived and Better-Off Neighbourhoods: a Clean Sweep? Project Report. Joseph Rowntree Foundation, York, UK.

Hastings, A., Bailey, N., Bramley, G., Croudace, R., and Watkins, D. (2009) Street Cleanliness in Deprived and Better-Off Neighbourhoods: Findings. Project Report. Joseph Rowntree Foundation, York, UK.

Fitzpatrick, S., Hastings, A., and Kintrea, K. (1998) A Lot to Learn? Including Young People in Urban Regeneration. Project Report. Policy Press, Bristol.

Conference Proceedings

Hastings, A., Bailey, N., Besemer, K., and Gannon, M. (2013) "It's the end of local government as we know it": austerity and the remaking of local government in the UK. In: Social Policy Association Conference 2013, Sheffield, UK, 8-10 Jul 2013,

Hastings, A., Bramley, G., Bailey, N., and Watkins, D. (2011) All in this together? Serving deprived communities in a period of fiscal retrenchment. In: Housing Studies Conference 2011: Housing in Hard Times: Class, Poverty and Social Exclusion, York, UK, 13-15 Apr 2011,

Hastings, A., Bailey, N., Bramley, G., Croudace, R., and Watkins, D. (2009) Mainstream services and territorial justice: a case study of environmental services. In: European Network for Housing Research Conference: Changing Housing Markets: Integration and Segmentation contact, Prague, Czech Republic, 28 Jun-01 Jul 2009,

Hastings, A., Bramley, G., Bailey, N., and Watkins, D. (2009) Narrowing the gap in environmental cleanliness between poor and better off neighbourhoods: data, politics and policy. In: Royal Geographical Society/IBG Annual International Conference 2009, Manchester, UK, 26-28 Aug 2009,

Bailey, N., Hastings, A., Bramley, G., and Watkins, D. (2008) Achieving territorial justice in neighbourhood environmental services: a UK case study. In: UAA 38th Annual Meeting. 1968 Revisited: Cities 40 Years Later, Baltimore, MD, 23-26 Apr 2008,

Hastings, A., Bramley, G., Bailey, N., and Watkins, D. (2008) 'A clean sweep?': delivering environmental justice in diverse neighbourhoods. In: 2008 Royal Geographical Society/Institute of British Geographers Annual Conference, London, UK, 27-28 Aug 2008,

Bramley, G., Bailey, N., Day, R., Hastings, A., and Watkins, D. (2007) Back to basics: the cost of clean streets in different physical and social circumstances. In: European Urban Research Conference: The Vital City, Glasgow, UK, 12-14 Sept 2007,

Hastings, A., Bailey, N., Bramley, G., Croudace, R., and Watkins, D. (2007) Environmental justice in the city? In: European Urban Research Conference: The Vital City, Glasgow, UK, 12-14 Sept 2007,

Bailey, N., and Hastings, A. (2002) Public services in deprived neighbourhoods: evidence of a 'neighbourhood effect' in mainstream public services. In: Social Policy Association Conference: Localities, Regeneration and Welfare, University of Teeside, UK, 16-18 July 2002, (Unpublished)

Bailey, N., and Hastings, A. (2002) Public services in deprived neighbourhoods: spatial injustices from mainstream services. In: ocial Justice in Scotland: Urban and Rural Dimensions, Aberdeen, UK, 13 Sept 2002, (Unpublished)

Bailey, N., Hastings, A., Leibowitz, J., and Turok, I. (2002) More than a vision? Assessing the strategic capacity of city-wide partnerships. In: Fourth European Urban and Regional Studies Conference, (Re)Placing Europe: Economies, Territories and Identities, Barcelona, Spain, 4-7 July 2002, (Unpublished)

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