Professor Nick Bailey

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

telephone: 01413303154
email: Nick.Bailey@glasgow.ac.uk

Research interests

Research Interests

My research interests are in the fields of:

  • Housing and urban policy
  • Neighbourhoods, mobility and place attachment
  • Poverty, deprivation and social exclusion

I am currently Associate Director of the Urban Big Data Centre, Glasgow where I lead on the creation of a service for the analysis of confidential data. I have a particular interest in issues of equity in access to public services.

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Grants

On-going projects

Urban Big Data Centre, Glasgow

Economic & Social Research Council, 2014-2019

 

Administrative Data Research Centre, Scotland

Economic & Social Research Council, 2013-2018

 

Advanced Quantitative Methods Network (AQMeN) II

Economic & Social Research Council, 2013-2017

 

 

Selected completed projects

Links show the key publications from each project.

 

Serving Deprived Communities in a Recession

Joseph Rowntree Foundation, 2010-2014

 

Poverty and Social Exclusion UK Survey

Economic & Social Research Council, 2010-2014

 

Neighbourhood impacts on attitudes to inequality and redistribution

Economic & Social Research Council, 2011-2012

 

A clean sweep: delivering cleaner streets in diverse neighbourhoods

Joseph Rowntree Foundation

 

Place attachment, neighbourhood instability and social mix

Joseph Rowntree Foundation

 

Population turnover and area deprivation

Joseph Rowntree Foundation

Supervision

I am very happy to supervise PhDs in:

  • Housing and urban policy
  • Neighbourhoods, migration or population dynamics, place attachment
  • Poverty and social exclusion

I am currently supervising:

  • Kristine Cooke - Housing and welfare in times of 'austerity'
  • David Henderson - Health inequalities and multimorbidity: exploiting administrative data to understand the role of social care
  • Johanna Jokio - Urban segregation and inequality
  • Ross Morris - Private rented sector involvement in accommodating homeless households

PhD theses successfully completed:

  • Martin Taulbut (2012) A healthy labour market? Place, people and sickness-related economic inactivity in Britain

Teaching

The main courses I co-ordinate are listed below. I also make other contributions to undergraduate programmes on the subject of poverty and inequality.

 

Evidence, Evaluation and Policy

20-credit course for postgrad students on range of programmes in public policy, housing and urban policy.

 

Housing Policy (UG)

Honours option for undergrad students on Public Policy and related degrees

Additional information

Other Roles

I have convened various taught postgrad programmes and been Postgraduate Convenor for the School of Social & Political Sciences.

Publications

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Number of items: 128.

2016

Bailey, N., Bramley, G., and Gannon, M. (2016) Poverty and social exclusion in urban and rural areas of Scotland. Working Paper. Poverty and Social Exclusion (PSE), Bristol.

Bailey, N. (2016) Exclusionary employment in Britain’s broken labour market. Critical Social Policy, 36(1), pp. 82-103. (doi:10.1177/0261018315601800)

Bailey, N., van Gent, W. P.C., and Musterd, S. (2016) Re-making urban segregation: processes of income sorting and neighbourhood change. Population, Space and Place, (doi:10.1002/psp.2013) (Early Online Publication)

2015

Hastings, A., Bailey, N., Bramley, G., Gannon, M., and Watkins, D. (2015) The Cost of the Cuts: The Impact on Local Government and Poorer Communities. Technical Report. University of Glasgow, Glasgow.

Hastings, A., Bailey, N., Bramley, G., Gannon, M., and Watkins, D. (2015) The Cost of the Cuts: the Impact on Local Government and Poorer Communities. Summary Report. Project Report. Joseph Rowntree Foundation, York.

Bailey, N., Besemer, K., Bramley, G., and Livingston, M. (2015) How neighbourhood social mix shapes access to resources from social networks and from services. Housing Studies, 30(2), pp. 295-314. (doi:10.1080/02673037.2014.1000834)

Bailey, N., Bramley, G., and Hastings, A. (2015) Symposium introduction: local Responses to ‘austerity’. Local Government Studies, 41(4), pp. 571-581. (doi:10.1080/03003930.2015.1036988)

Hastings, A., Bailey, N., Bramley, G., Gannon, M., and Watkins, D. (2015) The Cost of the Cuts: The Impact on Local Government and Poorer Communities. Project Report. Joseph Rowntree Foundation, York.

Hastings, A., Bailey, N., Gannon, M., Besemer, K., and Bramley, G. (2015) Coping with the cuts? The management of the worst financial settlement in living memory. Local Government Studies, 41(4), pp. 601-621. (doi:10.1080/03003930.2015.1036987)

2014

Gannon, M., and Bailey, N. (2014) Attitudes to the 'necessities of life': would an independent Scotland set a different poverty standard to the rest of the UK? Social Policy and Society, 13(3), pp. 321-336. (doi:10.1017/S1474746414000165)

Kearns, A., Bailey, N., Gannon, M., Livingston, M., and Leyland, A. (2014) 'All in it together'? Social cohesion in a dividing society: attitudes to income inequality and redistribution in a residential context. Journal of Social Policy, 43(3), pp. 453-477. (doi:10.1017/S0047279414000063)

Bailey, N. (2014) Lower Poverty in Scotland: Pinning Down the Change. Working Paper. Policy Scotland, Glasgow.

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)

2013

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.

Livingston, M., Whyte, B., Walsh, D., and Bailey, N. (2013) Investigating the Impact of the Spatial Distribution of Deprivation on Health Outcomes. Project Report. Glasgow Centre for Population Health, Glasgow, UK.

van Ham, M., Manley, D., Bailey, N., Simpson, L. and Maclennan, D., (Eds.) (2013) Neighbourhood Effects or Neighbourhood-Based Problems? A Policy Context. Springer: Dordrecht. ISBN 9789400766952

van Ham, M., Manley, D., Bailey, N., Simpson, L. and MacLennan, D., (Eds.) (2013) Understanding Neighbourhood Dynamics: New Insights for Neighbourhood Effects Research. Springer: Dordrecht. ISBN 9789400748538

Bailey, N., Besemer, K., Bramley, G., and Livingston, M. (2013) How neighbourhood context shapes poverty: some results from the Poverty and Social Exclusion UK Survey 2012. In: 25th International European Network for Housing Research Conference, Tarragona, Spain, 19-22 Jun 2013,

Bailey, N., and Gannon, M. (2013) Employment and poverty: evidence from the PSE-UK. In: Social Policy Association Conference 2013, Sheffield, UK, 8-10 Jul 2013,

Bailey, N., Gannon, M., Kearns, A., Livingston, M., and Leyland, A.H. (2013) The Impact of Neighbourhood Context on Welfare Attitudes: Summary of Findings. Project Report. University of Glasgow, Glasgow, UK.

Bailey, N., Gannon, M., Kearns, A., Livingston, M., and Leyland, A.H. (2013) Living apart, losing sympathy? How neighbourhood context affects attitudes to redistribution and to welfare recipients. Environment and Planning A, 45(9), pp. 2154-2175. (doi:10.1068/a45641)

Bailey, N., Barnes, H., Livingston, M., and Maclennan, D. (2013) Understanding neighbourhood population dynamics for neighbourhood effects research: A review of recent evidence and data source developments. In: van Ham, M., Manley, D., Bailey, N., Simpson, L. and Maclennan, D. (eds.) Understanding Neighbourhood Dynamics: New Insights for Neighbourhood Effects Research. Springer: Dordrecht, pp. 23-42. ISBN 9789400748538 (doi:10.1007/978-94-007-4854-5_2)

Gannon, M., and Bailey, N. (2013) Attitudes to the 'necessities of life' in Scotland: can a UK poverty standard be applied in Scotland? In: Social Policy Association Conference 2013, Sheffield, UK, 8-10 Jul 2013,

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., 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.

Kearns, A., Bailey, N., Gannon, M., Livingston, M., and Leyland, A. (2013) 'All in it together'? Social cohesion in a dividing society: attitudes to income inequality and redistribution in a residential context. In: 43rd Annual Urban Affairs Association Conference, San Francisco, CA, 3-6 Apr 2013,

Livingston, M., Kearns, A., and Bailey, N. (2013) Delivering mixed communities: the relationship between housing tenure mix and social mix in England's neighbourhoods. Housing Studies, 28(7), pp. 1056-1080. (doi:10.1080/02673037.2013.812723)

Manley, D., van Ham, M., Bailey, N., Simpson, L., and Maclennan, D. (2013) Neighbourhood effects or neighbourhood-based problems? A policy context. In: Manley, D., van Ham, M., Bailey, N., Simpson, L. and Maclennan, D. (eds.) Neighbourhood Effects or Neighbourhood-Based Problems? A Policy Context. Springer: Dordrecht, pp. 1-23. ISBN 9789400766952 (doi:10.1007/978-94-007-6695-2_1)

van Ham, M., Manley, D., Bailey, N., Simpson, L., and Maclennan, D. (2013) Understanding neighbourhood dynamics: new insights for neighbourhood effects research. In: van Ham, M., Manley, D., Bailey, N., Simpson, L. and Maclennan, D. (eds.) Understanding Neighbourhood Dynamics: New Insights for Neighbourhood Effects Research. Springer: Dordrecht, The Netherlands, pp. 1-22. ISBN 9789400748538 (doi:10.1007/978-94-007-4854-5_1)

2012

van Ham, M., Manley, D., Bailey, N., Simpson, L. and Maclennan, D., (Eds.) (2012) Neighbourhood Effects Research: New Perspectives. Springer: Dordrecht, The Netherlands. ISBN 9789400723085

Bailey, N. (2012) How spatial segregation changes over time: Sorting out the sorting processes. Environment and Planning A, 44(3), pp. 705-722. (doi:10.1068/a44330)

Bailey, N., Gannon, M., Kearns, A., Livingston, M., and Leyland, A.H. (2012) Living apart, losing sympathy? How attitudes to redistribution and to welfare recipients depend on where you live. In: Social Policy Association / East Asian Social Policy Network Conference 2012, York, UK, 16-18 Jul 2012,

Bailey, N., Kearns, A., and Livingston, M. (2012) Place attachment in deprived neighbourhoods: The impacts of population turnover and social mix. Housing Studies, 27(2), pp. 208-231. (doi:10.1080/02673037.2012.632620)

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)

Gannon, M., Livingston, M., Bailey, N., Kearns, A., and Leyland, A. (2012) Does neighbourhood context impact on attitudes to inequality and redistribution? Questions of scale and patterning. In: European Network for Housing Research Conference, Lillehammer, Norway, 25-27 Jun 2012,

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

van Ham, M., Manley, D., Bailey, N., Simpson, L., and Maclennan, D. (2012) Neighbourhood effects research: new perspectives. In: van Ham, M., Manley, D., Bailey, N., Simpson, L. and Maclennan, D. (eds.) Neighbourhood effects research: new perspectives. Springer, pp. 1-21. ISBN 9789400723085

2011

Bailey, N. (2011) How spatial segregation changes over time: sorting out the sorting processes. In: Neighbourhood dynamics and contextual effects, Uppsala, Sweden, 8-10 Jun 2011,

Bailey, N. (2011) The Impacts of Neighbourhood Context on Attitudes to Poverty and Inequality: Constructing the Neighbourhood Database. Working Paper. University of Glasgow, Glasgow, UK.

Bailey, N., and Livingston, M. (2011) Economic Participation in the PSE Survey. Working Paper. University of Bristol, Bristol, UK.

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,

Livingston, M., Bailey, N., Walsh, D., Whyte, B., Cox, C., and Jones, R. (2011) The patterning of deprivation and its effects on health outcomes in three post industrial cities in Britain. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 65(Sup 1), A8-A9. (doi:10.1136/jech.2011.142976a.17)

2010

Livingston, M., Bailey, N., and Kearns, A. (2010) Neighbourhood attachment in deprived areas: evidence from the north of England. Journal of Housing and the Built Environment, 25(4), pp. 409-427. (doi:10.1007/s10901-010-9196-3)

Wager, F., Hill, M., Bailey, N., Day, R., Hamilton, D., and King, C. (2010) The impact of poverty on children and young people's use of services. Children and Society, 24(5), pp. 400-412. (doi:10.1111/j.1099-0860.2009.00236.x)

Bailey, N., Barnes, H., Livingston, M., and Mclennan, D. (2010) Spatial segregation and population dynamics:a review of recent evidence and data source developments. In: Understanding Dynamic Neighbourhoods, Manchester, UK, 8-9 Sep 2010,

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.

Bailey, N. (2009) Economic segregation and the processes of neighbourhood change. In: City Futures in a Globalising World, Madrid, Spain, 4-6 Jun 2009,

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,

Livingston, M., Bailey, N., and Kearns, A. (2009) Measuring residential mixing by class and housing tenure in England. In: City Futures in a Globalising World, Madrid, Spain, 4-6 Jun 2009,

2008

Bailey, N. (2008) Selective migration and neighbourhood change in the UK: a neighbourhood accounts framework. In: British Society for Population Studies Annual Conference 2008, Manchester, UK, 10-12 Sep 2008,

Bailey, N., and Livingston, M. (2008) Selective migration and area deprivation: evidence from 2001 Census migration data for England and Scotland. Urban Studies, 45(4), pp. 943-961. (doi:10.1177/0042098007088475)

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,

Bailey, N., Kearns, A., and Livingston, M. (2008) Can mixed neighbourhoods be “cohesive, empowered and active communities”? An analysis of data from the Citizenship Survey 2005. In: Housing Studies Association Conference 2008: Housing and Community Cohesion, York, UK, 2-4 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,

Kearns, A., Livingston, M., and Bailey, N. (2008) Community attachment in the era of "communities". In: UAA 38th Annual Meeting - 1968 Revisited: Cities 40 Years Later, Baltimore, MD, 23-26 Apr 2008,

Livingston, M., Bailey, N., and Kearns, A. (2008) People's attachment to place: the influence of neighbourhood deprivation. Project Report. Charterd Institute of Housing/Joseph Rowntree Foundation, Coventry.

2007

Wager, F., Bailey, N., Day, R., Hamilton, D., Hill, M., and King, C. (2007) Serving Children? The Impact of Poverty on Children's Experiences Of Services. Project Report. Save the Children, Glasgow.

Bailey, N., and French, S. (2007) La dinámica de la localización y los servicios financieros en las ciudades regionales. In: Buck, N., Gordon, I., Hardin, A. and Turok, I. (eds.) Ciudades en Transformación. Dirección General de Urbanismo y Estrategia Territorial, Comunidad de Madrid: Madrid, Spain, pp. 100-119. ISBN 9788445130759

Bailey, N., and Livingston, M. (2007) Migration Flows in Regeneration Outcome Agreement Areas: an analysis of Census migration data for the Scottish Executive. Project Report. Scottish Centre for Research on Social Justice, Glasgow.

Bailey, N., and Livingston, M. (2007) Population Turnover and Area Deprivation. Policy Press: Bristol, England. ISBN 9781861349750

Bailey, N., and Livingston, M. (2007) Migration flows and the "Othering" of deprived urban neighbourhoods. In: European Network for Housing Research Conference: Sustainable Urban Areas, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, 25-27 June 2007,

Bailey, N., and Livingston, M. (2007) Neighbourhood policy and migration flows in Britain: stability, connection and area change. In: European Urban Research Conference: The Vital City, Glasgow, UK, 12-14 Sept 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., 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,

Livingston, M., Bailey, N., and Kearns, A. (2007) Place attachment, neighbourhood instability and social mix. In: European Urban Research Conference: The Vital City, Glasgow, UK, 12-14 Sept 2007,

Livingston, M., Bailey, N., and Kearns, A. (2007) Place attachment, neighbourhood instability and social mix. In: European Network for Housing Research Conference: Sustainable Urban Areas, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, 25-27 June 2007,

2006

Bailey, N. (2006) Does work pay? Employment, poverty and social exclusion. In: Pantazis, C., Gordon, D. and Levitas, R. (eds.) Poverty and social exclusion in Britain: the Millennium Survey. Series: Studies in poverty, inequality and social exclusion. Policy Press, pp. 163-190. ISBN 978-1861343734

Bailey, N. (2006) Housing-led regeneration: the Glasgow experience. In: Özdemir, A.D., Özden, P.P. and Turgut, S.R. (eds.) Istanbul 2004 International Urban Regeneration Symposium. Tayf basim, pp. 207-213. ISBN 9789750023408

2005

Bailey, N., and Livingston, M. (2005) Determinants of individual migration: an analysis of SARs data: SCRSJ Working Paper No. 3. Working Paper. Scottish Centre for Research on Social Justice, Glasgow, Scotland.

Bailey, N., and French, S. (2005) The locational dynamics of financial services in regional cities. In: Buck, N. (ed.) Changing Cities: Rethinking Urban Competitiveness, Cohesion, And Governance. Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 9781403906793

Bailey, N. (2005) Review of Lupton, R. (2003) Poverty Street: The Dynamics of Neighbourhood Decline and Renewal. Housing Studies, 20(4), pp. 679-680. (doi:10.1080/02673030500114771) [Book Review]

Bailey, N., and Livingston, M. (2005) Determinants of individual migration: an analysis of the SAR. In: 2001 SARs User Group Meeting: Exploring Census Microdata, London, UK, 15 July 2005, (Unpublished)

Bailey, N., and Livingston, M. (2005) Population turnover for deprived neighbourhoods: structural or pathological? In: British Society for Population Studies 2005 Annual Conference, Canterbury, UK, 12-14 Sept 2005,

2004

Turok, I., and Bailey, N. (2004) Twin track cities? Competitiveness and cohesion in Glasgow and Edinburgh. Progress in Planning, 62(3), pp. 135-204. (doi:10.1016/j.progress.2004.04.001)

Turok, I., and Bailey, N. (2004) The theory of polynuclear urban regions and its application to central Scotland. European Planning Studies, 12(3), pp. 371-389. (doi:10.1080/0965431042000195029)

Bailey, N., Spratt, J., Pickering, J., Goodlad, R., and Shucksmith, M. (2004) Deprivation and social exclusion in Argyll and Bute: Report to the community planning partnership. Project Report. Scottish Centre for Research on Social Justice, Glasgow, Scotland.

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

Bailey, N., and Pickering, J. (2004) Church Of Scotland Area and Individual Deprivation Measures: Note on Final Results. Project Report. University of Glasgow, Glasgow.

Bailey, N., and Pickering, J. (2004) Deprived areas and deprived individuals: understanding the relationship. In: European Network for Housing Research conference: Housing: Growth and Regeneration, Cambridge, UK, 2-6 July 2004, (Unpublished)

Bailey, N., and Livingston, M. (2004) Population turnover and area deprivation: a conceptual framework. In: Housing Studies Association Conference, Belfast, UK, 9-10 Sept 2004, (Unpublished)

Turok, I., and Bailey, N. (2004) The Theory of Polynuclear Urban Regions and its Application to Central Scotland. European Planning Studies, 12(3), pp. 371-389.

Turok, I., and Bailey, N. (2004) Glasgow's recent trajectory: partial recovery and its consequences. In: Newlands, D.A., Danson, M. and McCarthy, J. (eds.) Divided Scotland? The Nature, Causes and Consequences of Economic Disparities within Scotland. Series: Urban and regional planning and development series. Ashgate, pp. 35-59. ISBN 9780754615279

Turok, I., Bailey, N., and Docherty, I. (2004) Cities, competitiveness and cohesion: evidence from Central Scotland. In: Sassen, S. (ed.) Human Settlement Development. Developed under the auspices of UNESCO. EOLSS, pp. 208-223.

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

Bailey, N., Flint, J., Goodlad, R., Shucksmith, M., Fitzpatrick, S., and Pryce, G. (2003) Measuring Deprivation in Scotland: Developing a Long-Term Strategy. Project Report. Scottish Executive, Edinburgh, Scotland.

Bailey, N., Flint, J., Goodlad, R., Shucksmith, M., Fitzpatrick, S., and Pryce, G. (2003) Measuring Deprivation in Scotland: Developing a Long-Term Strategy. Interim Report. Project Report. Scottish Centre for Research on Social Justice, Glasgow.

Bailey, N., and Turok, I. (2003) Central Scotland. In: Meijers, E.J., Romein, A. and Hoppenbrower, E.C. (eds.) Planning Polycentric Urban Regions in North West Europe: Value, Feasibility and Design: EURBANET Report 2. Series: Housing and Urban Policy Studies (25). DUP Science: Delft., Netherlands, pp. 118-153. ISBN 9789040724206

Bailey, N., and Turok, I. (2003) Employment and employability. In: Twin Track Cities? Linking Prosperity and Cohesion in Glasgow and Edinburgh, Glasgow, UK, 31 Jan 2003, (Unpublished)

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)

Bailey, N., Turok, I., and Docherty, I. (2002) Dimensions of city competitiveness: Edinburgh and Glasgow in a UK context. In: Begg, I. (ed.) Urban Competitiveness: Policies for Dynamic Cities. Policy Press: Bristol, 135 -159. ISBN 9781861343574

Turok, I., and Bailey, N. (2002) Does Central Scotland need a spatial strategy? Scottish Affairs, 39, pp. 71-95.

Turok, I., and Bailey, N. (2002) Tightening the Central Belt. Holyrood, 70(May), p. 28.

Turok, I., and Bailey, N. (2002) Planning for polycentric urban regions: examining the case for Central Scotland. In: Planning Research Conference, Dundee, Scotland, April 2002, (Unpublished)

2001

Bailey, N., and Turok, I. (2001) Central Scotland as a polycentric urban region: useful planning concept or chimera? Urban Studies, 38(4), pp. 697-715. (doi:10.1080/00420980120035295)

Bailey, N., and Turok, I. (2001) Central Scotland as a polycentric urban region: useful planning concept or chimera? Urban Studies, 38(4), pp. 697-715.

Bailey, N. (2001) The financial services 'cluster' in Central Scotland: city, regional or external drivers of success? In: ESRC Urban and Regional Economics Seminar Group/Regional Studies Association Clusters Seminar, Newcstle, England, 17 Oct 2001, (Unpublished)

Bailey, N. (2001) The financial services 'cluster' in Central Scotland: is the city or the region significant - or neither? In: Regional Studies Association conference Regional transitions: European regions and the challenges of development, integration and enlargement, Gdansk, Poland, 15-18 Sept 2001, (Unpublished)

Bailey, N., and Turok, I. (2001) Central Scotland. In: Ipenburg, D. and Lambregts, B. (eds.) Polynuclear Urban Regions In The North West Europe: A Survey Of Key Actor Views: EURBANET Report 1. Series: Housing and Urban Policy Studies (18). DUP Science: Delft, Netherlands, pp. 54-77. ISBN 9789040721809

Leibowitz, J., Bailey, N., and Turok, I. (2001) Strategic capacity in fragmented urban governance: what does it mean and why is it important? In: European Urban Research Association conference, Area-based initiatives in contemporary urban policy, Copenhagen, Denmark, 17-19 May 2001, (Unpublished)

Turok, I., and Bailey, N. (2001) Cities or clusters? Drivers of regional economic competitiveness. In: Regional Studies Association conference, Regionalising the knowledge economy, London, England, 21 Nov 2001, (Unpublished)

Turok, I., and Bailey, N. (2001) Does Central Scotland need a development strategy? Urban Change and Policy Research Group. Discussion Paper. University of Glasgow, Glasgow.

Turok, I., and Bailey, N. (2001) Researching clusters: a framework. In: ESRC Urban and Regional Economics Seminar Group/Regional Studies Association Clusters Seminar, Paisley, Scotland, 20 June 2001, (Unpublished)

2000

Bailey, N., and Turok, I. (2000) Adjustment to job loss in Britain's major cities. Regional Studies, 34(7), pp. 631-653. (doi:10.1080/00343400050178438)

Bailey, N., Docherty, I., and Turok, I. (2000) Issues in city competitiveness and performance: Glasgow and Edinburgh. In: Urban Affairs Association Conference: Cities in the New Millennium: Separate Realities – or Shared Fates, Los Angeles, CA, USA, 3-6 May 2000, (Unpublished)

Bailey, N., Docherty, I., and Turok, I. (2000) Issues in competitiveness and cohesion: a case study of Glasgow and Edinburgh. In: ESRC Cities Programme Competitiveness Symposium, London, UK, April 2000, (Unpublished)

Bailey, N., Docherty, I., and Turok, I. (2000) Legacies and challenges of economic restructuring in Edinburgh and Glasgow. Journal of the Scottish Association of Geography Teachers., 29, pp. 3-40.

Bailey, N., Findlay, J., and Gibb, K. (2000) Deregulation and the Structure of Urban Rental Housing Markets. Economics and Finance of Housing and Property. Discussion Paper. University of Glasgow, Glasgow.

Bailey, N., and Turok, I. (2000) 2000 EURBANET research project: Regional report on Central Scotland. Project Report. Delft University of Technology, Delft, Holland.

Bailey, N., and Turok, I. (2000) Linking 'two-speed cities' in a regional context: the concept of the polycentric urban region examined. In: Regional Studies Association Conference: Two-Speed Cities: Cities and Urban Development in the New Millennium, London, UK, 24 Nov 2000, (Unpublished)

1999

Bailey, N. (1999) Deregulated private renting: a decade of change in Scotland. Netherlands Journal of Housing and the Built Environment, 14(4), pp. 363-384. (doi:10.1007/BF02496763)

Bailey, N., and Robertson, D.S. (1999) The renewal of older urban housing in Scotland. In: Andersen, H.S. and Leather, P. (eds.) Housing Renewal in Europe. Policy Press: Bristol, England, UK, pp. 217-240. ISBN 9781861341358

Bailey, N., Turok, I., Docherty, I., Atkinson, R., Goodlad, R., Gibb, K., and Kintrea, K. (1999) Edinburgh and Glasgow: Contrasts in Competitiveness and Cohesion: Interim Report of the Central Scotland Integrative Case Study. Department of Urban Studies, University of Glasgow: Glasgow, Scotland, UK. ISBN 9781871769586

1998

Bailey, N. (1998) The Deregulated Private Rented Sector in Four Scottish Cities: Update 1995-96, Scottish Homes Research Report. Project Report. Scottish Homes, Edinburgh.

1997

Bailey, N., and Robertson, D. (1997) Housing renewal, urban policy and gentrification. Urban Studies, 34(4), pp. 561-578. (doi:10.1080/0042098975925)

Bailey, N., Bowes, A., and Sim, D. (1997) The demography of minority ethnic groups in Scotland. In: Bowes, A. and Sim, D. (eds.) Perspectives on Welfare: The Experience of Minority Ethnic Groups in Scotland. Series: Research in ethnic relations series. Ashgate: Aldershot, pp. 16-34. ISBN 9781859724156

Bailey, N., and Robertson, D. (1997) Flat Management in Three Countries, Research Report No. 2. Project Report. University of Stirling, Stirling.

Bailey, N., Robertson, D.S., Pawson, H., Lancaster, S., and Jarvis, C. (1997) Management of flats in multiple ownership: learning from other countries. Series: Housing Repair & Maintenance Series. Policy Press in association with the Joseph Rowntree Foundation: Bristol, England. ISBN 9781861340771

1996

Bailey, N. (1996) The Deregulated Private Rented Sector in Four Scottish Cities 1987-1994, Scottish Homes Research Report 50. Project Report. Scottish Homes, Edinburgh.

Robertson, D., and Bailey, N. (1996) Review of the Impact of Housing Action Areas, Scottish Homes Research Report No. 47. Project Report. Scottish Homes, Edinburgh.

1995

Bailey, N., Bowes, A., and Sim, D. (1995) Pakistanis in Scotland: census data and research issues. Scottish Geographical Magazine, 111(1), pp. 36-45. (doi:10.1080/00369229518736936)

1994

Bailey, N., Bowes, A., and Sim, D. (1994) The Chinese community in Scotland. Scottish Geographical Magazine, 110(2), pp. 66-75. (doi:10.1080/00369229418736911)

Robertson, D., and Bailey, N. (1994) Redefining Housing Association Business Plans, Scottish Homes Research Report No. 39. Project Report. Scottish Homes, Edinburgh.

1991

Bailey, N. (1991) Think Single Too: A Single Persons' Housing Resource Pack. Project Report. Scottish Council for Single Homeless, Edinburgh.

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Articles

Bailey, N. (2016) Exclusionary employment in Britain’s broken labour market. Critical Social Policy, 36(1), pp. 82-103. (doi:10.1177/0261018315601800)

Bailey, N., van Gent, W. P.C., and Musterd, S. (2016) Re-making urban segregation: processes of income sorting and neighbourhood change. Population, Space and Place, (doi:10.1002/psp.2013) (Early Online Publication)

Bailey, N., Besemer, K., Bramley, G., and Livingston, M. (2015) How neighbourhood social mix shapes access to resources from social networks and from services. Housing Studies, 30(2), pp. 295-314. (doi:10.1080/02673037.2014.1000834)

Bailey, N., Bramley, G., and Hastings, A. (2015) Symposium introduction: local Responses to ‘austerity’. Local Government Studies, 41(4), pp. 571-581. (doi:10.1080/03003930.2015.1036988)

Hastings, A., Bailey, N., Gannon, M., Besemer, K., and Bramley, G. (2015) Coping with the cuts? The management of the worst financial settlement in living memory. Local Government Studies, 41(4), pp. 601-621. (doi:10.1080/03003930.2015.1036987)

Gannon, M., and Bailey, N. (2014) Attitudes to the 'necessities of life': would an independent Scotland set a different poverty standard to the rest of the UK? Social Policy and Society, 13(3), pp. 321-336. (doi:10.1017/S1474746414000165)

Kearns, A., Bailey, N., Gannon, M., Livingston, M., and Leyland, A. (2014) 'All in it together'? Social cohesion in a dividing society: attitudes to income inequality and redistribution in a residential context. Journal of Social Policy, 43(3), pp. 453-477. (doi:10.1017/S0047279414000063)

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)

Bailey, N., Gannon, M., Kearns, A., Livingston, M., and Leyland, A.H. (2013) Living apart, losing sympathy? How neighbourhood context affects attitudes to redistribution and to welfare recipients. Environment and Planning A, 45(9), pp. 2154-2175. (doi:10.1068/a45641)

Livingston, M., Kearns, A., and Bailey, N. (2013) Delivering mixed communities: the relationship between housing tenure mix and social mix in England's neighbourhoods. Housing Studies, 28(7), pp. 1056-1080. (doi:10.1080/02673037.2013.812723)

Bailey, N. (2012) How spatial segregation changes over time: Sorting out the sorting processes. Environment and Planning A, 44(3), pp. 705-722. (doi:10.1068/a44330)

Bailey, N., Kearns, A., and Livingston, M. (2012) Place attachment in deprived neighbourhoods: The impacts of population turnover and social mix. Housing Studies, 27(2), pp. 208-231. (doi:10.1080/02673037.2012.632620)

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)

Livingston, M., Bailey, N., Walsh, D., Whyte, B., Cox, C., and Jones, R. (2011) The patterning of deprivation and its effects on health outcomes in three post industrial cities in Britain. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 65(Sup 1), A8-A9. (doi:10.1136/jech.2011.142976a.17)

Livingston, M., Bailey, N., and Kearns, A. (2010) Neighbourhood attachment in deprived areas: evidence from the north of England. Journal of Housing and the Built Environment, 25(4), pp. 409-427. (doi:10.1007/s10901-010-9196-3)

Wager, F., Hill, M., Bailey, N., Day, R., Hamilton, D., and King, C. (2010) The impact of poverty on children and young people's use of services. Children and Society, 24(5), pp. 400-412. (doi:10.1111/j.1099-0860.2009.00236.x)

Bailey, N., and Livingston, M. (2008) Selective migration and area deprivation: evidence from 2001 Census migration data for England and Scotland. Urban Studies, 45(4), pp. 943-961. (doi:10.1177/0042098007088475)

Turok, I., and Bailey, N. (2004) Twin track cities? Competitiveness and cohesion in Glasgow and Edinburgh. Progress in Planning, 62(3), pp. 135-204. (doi:10.1016/j.progress.2004.04.001)

Turok, I., and Bailey, N. (2004) The theory of polynuclear urban regions and its application to central Scotland. European Planning Studies, 12(3), pp. 371-389. (doi:10.1080/0965431042000195029)

Turok, I., and Bailey, N. (2004) The Theory of Polynuclear Urban Regions and its Application to Central Scotland. European Planning Studies, 12(3), pp. 371-389.

Turok, I., and Bailey, N. (2002) Does Central Scotland need a spatial strategy? Scottish Affairs, 39, pp. 71-95.

Turok, I., and Bailey, N. (2002) Tightening the Central Belt. Holyrood, 70(May), p. 28.

Bailey, N., and Turok, I. (2001) Central Scotland as a polycentric urban region: useful planning concept or chimera? Urban Studies, 38(4), pp. 697-715. (doi:10.1080/00420980120035295)

Bailey, N., and Turok, I. (2001) Central Scotland as a polycentric urban region: useful planning concept or chimera? Urban Studies, 38(4), pp. 697-715.

Bailey, N., and Turok, I. (2000) Adjustment to job loss in Britain's major cities. Regional Studies, 34(7), pp. 631-653. (doi:10.1080/00343400050178438)

Bailey, N., Docherty, I., and Turok, I. (2000) Legacies and challenges of economic restructuring in Edinburgh and Glasgow. Journal of the Scottish Association of Geography Teachers., 29, pp. 3-40.

Bailey, N. (1999) Deregulated private renting: a decade of change in Scotland. Netherlands Journal of Housing and the Built Environment, 14(4), pp. 363-384. (doi:10.1007/BF02496763)

Bailey, N., and Robertson, D. (1997) Housing renewal, urban policy and gentrification. Urban Studies, 34(4), pp. 561-578. (doi:10.1080/0042098975925)

Bailey, N., Bowes, A., and Sim, D. (1995) Pakistanis in Scotland: census data and research issues. Scottish Geographical Magazine, 111(1), pp. 36-45. (doi:10.1080/00369229518736936)

Bailey, N., Bowes, A., and Sim, D. (1994) The Chinese community in Scotland. Scottish Geographical Magazine, 110(2), pp. 66-75. (doi:10.1080/00369229418736911)

Books

Bailey, N., and Livingston, M. (2007) Population Turnover and Area Deprivation. Policy Press: Bristol, England. ISBN 9781861349750

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

Bailey, N., Turok, I., Docherty, I., Atkinson, R., Goodlad, R., Gibb, K., and Kintrea, K. (1999) Edinburgh and Glasgow: Contrasts in Competitiveness and Cohesion: Interim Report of the Central Scotland Integrative Case Study. Department of Urban Studies, University of Glasgow: Glasgow, Scotland, UK. ISBN 9781871769586

Bailey, N., Robertson, D.S., Pawson, H., Lancaster, S., and Jarvis, C. (1997) Management of flats in multiple ownership: learning from other countries. Series: Housing Repair & Maintenance Series. Policy Press in association with the Joseph Rowntree Foundation: Bristol, England. ISBN 9781861340771

Book Sections

Bailey, N., Barnes, H., Livingston, M., and Maclennan, D. (2013) Understanding neighbourhood population dynamics for neighbourhood effects research: A review of recent evidence and data source developments. In: van Ham, M., Manley, D., Bailey, N., Simpson, L. and Maclennan, D. (eds.) Understanding Neighbourhood Dynamics: New Insights for Neighbourhood Effects Research. Springer: Dordrecht, pp. 23-42. ISBN 9789400748538 (doi:10.1007/978-94-007-4854-5_2)

Manley, D., van Ham, M., Bailey, N., Simpson, L., and Maclennan, D. (2013) Neighbourhood effects or neighbourhood-based problems? A policy context. In: Manley, D., van Ham, M., Bailey, N., Simpson, L. and Maclennan, D. (eds.) Neighbourhood Effects or Neighbourhood-Based Problems? A Policy Context. Springer: Dordrecht, pp. 1-23. ISBN 9789400766952 (doi:10.1007/978-94-007-6695-2_1)

van Ham, M., Manley, D., Bailey, N., Simpson, L., and Maclennan, D. (2013) Understanding neighbourhood dynamics: new insights for neighbourhood effects research. In: van Ham, M., Manley, D., Bailey, N., Simpson, L. and Maclennan, D. (eds.) Understanding Neighbourhood Dynamics: New Insights for Neighbourhood Effects Research. Springer: Dordrecht, The Netherlands, pp. 1-22. ISBN 9789400748538 (doi:10.1007/978-94-007-4854-5_1)

van Ham, M., Manley, D., Bailey, N., Simpson, L., and Maclennan, D. (2012) Neighbourhood effects research: new perspectives. In: van Ham, M., Manley, D., Bailey, N., Simpson, L. and Maclennan, D. (eds.) Neighbourhood effects research: new perspectives. Springer, pp. 1-21. ISBN 9789400723085

Bailey, N., and French, S. (2007) La dinámica de la localización y los servicios financieros en las ciudades regionales. In: Buck, N., Gordon, I., Hardin, A. and Turok, I. (eds.) Ciudades en Transformación. Dirección General de Urbanismo y Estrategia Territorial, Comunidad de Madrid: Madrid, Spain, pp. 100-119. ISBN 9788445130759

Bailey, N. (2006) Does work pay? Employment, poverty and social exclusion. In: Pantazis, C., Gordon, D. and Levitas, R. (eds.) Poverty and social exclusion in Britain: the Millennium Survey. Series: Studies in poverty, inequality and social exclusion. Policy Press, pp. 163-190. ISBN 978-1861343734

Bailey, N. (2006) Housing-led regeneration: the Glasgow experience. In: Özdemir, A.D., Özden, P.P. and Turgut, S.R. (eds.) Istanbul 2004 International Urban Regeneration Symposium. Tayf basim, pp. 207-213. ISBN 9789750023408

Bailey, N., and French, S. (2005) The locational dynamics of financial services in regional cities. In: Buck, N. (ed.) Changing Cities: Rethinking Urban Competitiveness, Cohesion, And Governance. Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 9781403906793

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., and Bailey, N. (2004) Glasgow's recent trajectory: partial recovery and its consequences. In: Newlands, D.A., Danson, M. and McCarthy, J. (eds.) Divided Scotland? The Nature, Causes and Consequences of Economic Disparities within Scotland. Series: Urban and regional planning and development series. Ashgate, pp. 35-59. ISBN 9780754615279

Turok, I., Bailey, N., and Docherty, I. (2004) Cities, competitiveness and cohesion: evidence from Central Scotland. In: Sassen, S. (ed.) Human Settlement Development. Developed under the auspices of UNESCO. EOLSS, pp. 208-223.

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

Bailey, N., and Turok, I. (2003) Central Scotland. In: Meijers, E.J., Romein, A. and Hoppenbrower, E.C. (eds.) Planning Polycentric Urban Regions in North West Europe: Value, Feasibility and Design: EURBANET Report 2. Series: Housing and Urban Policy Studies (25). DUP Science: Delft., Netherlands, pp. 118-153. ISBN 9789040724206

Bailey, N., Turok, I., and Docherty, I. (2002) Dimensions of city competitiveness: Edinburgh and Glasgow in a UK context. In: Begg, I. (ed.) Urban Competitiveness: Policies for Dynamic Cities. Policy Press: Bristol, 135 -159. ISBN 9781861343574

Bailey, N., and Turok, I. (2001) Central Scotland. In: Ipenburg, D. and Lambregts, B. (eds.) Polynuclear Urban Regions In The North West Europe: A Survey Of Key Actor Views: EURBANET Report 1. Series: Housing and Urban Policy Studies (18). DUP Science: Delft, Netherlands, pp. 54-77. ISBN 9789040721809

Bailey, N., and Robertson, D.S. (1999) The renewal of older urban housing in Scotland. In: Andersen, H.S. and Leather, P. (eds.) Housing Renewal in Europe. Policy Press: Bristol, England, UK, pp. 217-240. ISBN 9781861341358

Bailey, N., Bowes, A., and Sim, D. (1997) The demography of minority ethnic groups in Scotland. In: Bowes, A. and Sim, D. (eds.) Perspectives on Welfare: The Experience of Minority Ethnic Groups in Scotland. Series: Research in ethnic relations series. Ashgate: Aldershot, pp. 16-34. ISBN 9781859724156

Book Reviews

Bailey, N. (2005) Review of Lupton, R. (2003) Poverty Street: The Dynamics of Neighbourhood Decline and Renewal. Housing Studies, 20(4), pp. 679-680. (doi:10.1080/02673030500114771) [Book Review]

Edited Books

van Ham, M., Manley, D., Bailey, N., Simpson, L. and Maclennan, D., (Eds.) (2013) Neighbourhood Effects or Neighbourhood-Based Problems? A Policy Context. Springer: Dordrecht. ISBN 9789400766952

van Ham, M., Manley, D., Bailey, N., Simpson, L. and MacLennan, D., (Eds.) (2013) Understanding Neighbourhood Dynamics: New Insights for Neighbourhood Effects Research. Springer: Dordrecht. ISBN 9789400748538

van Ham, M., Manley, D., Bailey, N., Simpson, L. and Maclennan, D., (Eds.) (2012) Neighbourhood Effects Research: New Perspectives. Springer: Dordrecht, The Netherlands. ISBN 9789400723085

Research Reports or Papers

Bailey, N., Bramley, G., and Gannon, M. (2016) Poverty and social exclusion in urban and rural areas of Scotland. Working Paper. Poverty and Social Exclusion (PSE), Bristol.

Hastings, A., Bailey, N., Bramley, G., Gannon, M., and Watkins, D. (2015) The Cost of the Cuts: The Impact on Local Government and Poorer Communities. Technical Report. University of Glasgow, Glasgow.

Hastings, A., Bailey, N., Bramley, G., Gannon, M., and Watkins, D. (2015) The Cost of the Cuts: the Impact on Local Government and Poorer Communities. Summary Report. Project Report. Joseph Rowntree Foundation, York.

Hastings, A., Bailey, N., Bramley, G., Gannon, M., and Watkins, D. (2015) The Cost of the Cuts: The Impact on Local Government and Poorer Communities. Project Report. Joseph Rowntree Foundation, York.

Bailey, N. (2014) Lower Poverty in Scotland: Pinning Down the Change. Working Paper. Policy Scotland, Glasgow.

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.

Livingston, M., Whyte, B., Walsh, D., and Bailey, N. (2013) Investigating the Impact of the Spatial Distribution of Deprivation on Health Outcomes. Project Report. Glasgow Centre for Population Health, Glasgow, UK.

Bailey, N., Gannon, M., Kearns, A., Livingston, M., and Leyland, A.H. (2013) The Impact of Neighbourhood Context on Welfare Attitudes: Summary of Findings. Project Report. University of Glasgow, Glasgow, UK.

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.

Bailey, N. (2011) The Impacts of Neighbourhood Context on Attitudes to Poverty and Inequality: Constructing the Neighbourhood Database. Working Paper. University of Glasgow, Glasgow, UK.

Bailey, N., and Livingston, M. (2011) Economic Participation in the PSE Survey. Working Paper. University of Bristol, Bristol, UK.

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.

Livingston, M., Bailey, N., and Kearns, A. (2008) People's attachment to place: the influence of neighbourhood deprivation. Project Report. Charterd Institute of Housing/Joseph Rowntree Foundation, Coventry.

Wager, F., Bailey, N., Day, R., Hamilton, D., Hill, M., and King, C. (2007) Serving Children? The Impact of Poverty on Children's Experiences Of Services. Project Report. Save the Children, Glasgow.

Bailey, N., and Livingston, M. (2007) Migration Flows in Regeneration Outcome Agreement Areas: an analysis of Census migration data for the Scottish Executive. Project Report. Scottish Centre for Research on Social Justice, Glasgow.

Bailey, N., and Livingston, M. (2005) Determinants of individual migration: an analysis of SARs data: SCRSJ Working Paper No. 3. Working Paper. Scottish Centre for Research on Social Justice, Glasgow, Scotland.

Bailey, N., Spratt, J., Pickering, J., Goodlad, R., and Shucksmith, M. (2004) Deprivation and social exclusion in Argyll and Bute: Report to the community planning partnership. Project Report. Scottish Centre for Research on Social Justice, Glasgow, Scotland.

Bailey, N., and Pickering, J. (2004) Church Of Scotland Area and Individual Deprivation Measures: Note on Final Results. Project Report. University of Glasgow, Glasgow.

Bailey, N., Flint, J., Goodlad, R., Shucksmith, M., Fitzpatrick, S., and Pryce, G. (2003) Measuring Deprivation in Scotland: Developing a Long-Term Strategy. Project Report. Scottish Executive, Edinburgh, Scotland.

Bailey, N., Flint, J., Goodlad, R., Shucksmith, M., Fitzpatrick, S., and Pryce, G. (2003) Measuring Deprivation in Scotland: Developing a Long-Term Strategy. Interim Report. Project Report. Scottish Centre for Research on Social Justice, Glasgow.

Turok, I., and Bailey, N. (2001) Does Central Scotland need a development strategy? Urban Change and Policy Research Group. Discussion Paper. University of Glasgow, Glasgow.

Bailey, N., Findlay, J., and Gibb, K. (2000) Deregulation and the Structure of Urban Rental Housing Markets. Economics and Finance of Housing and Property. Discussion Paper. University of Glasgow, Glasgow.

Bailey, N., and Turok, I. (2000) 2000 EURBANET research project: Regional report on Central Scotland. Project Report. Delft University of Technology, Delft, Holland.

Bailey, N. (1998) The Deregulated Private Rented Sector in Four Scottish Cities: Update 1995-96, Scottish Homes Research Report. Project Report. Scottish Homes, Edinburgh.

Bailey, N., and Robertson, D. (1997) Flat Management in Three Countries, Research Report No. 2. Project Report. University of Stirling, Stirling.

Bailey, N. (1996) The Deregulated Private Rented Sector in Four Scottish Cities 1987-1994, Scottish Homes Research Report 50. Project Report. Scottish Homes, Edinburgh.

Robertson, D., and Bailey, N. (1996) Review of the Impact of Housing Action Areas, Scottish Homes Research Report No. 47. Project Report. Scottish Homes, Edinburgh.

Robertson, D., and Bailey, N. (1994) Redefining Housing Association Business Plans, Scottish Homes Research Report No. 39. Project Report. Scottish Homes, Edinburgh.

Bailey, N. (1991) Think Single Too: A Single Persons' Housing Resource Pack. Project Report. Scottish Council for Single Homeless, Edinburgh.

Conference Proceedings

Bailey, N., Besemer, K., Bramley, G., and Livingston, M. (2013) How neighbourhood context shapes poverty: some results from the Poverty and Social Exclusion UK Survey 2012. In: 25th International European Network for Housing Research Conference, Tarragona, Spain, 19-22 Jun 2013,

Bailey, N., and Gannon, M. (2013) Employment and poverty: evidence from the PSE-UK. In: Social Policy Association Conference 2013, Sheffield, UK, 8-10 Jul 2013,

Gannon, M., and Bailey, N. (2013) Attitudes to the 'necessities of life' in Scotland: can a UK poverty standard be applied in Scotland? In: Social Policy Association Conference 2013, Sheffield, UK, 8-10 Jul 2013,

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,

Kearns, A., Bailey, N., Gannon, M., Livingston, M., and Leyland, A. (2013) 'All in it together'? Social cohesion in a dividing society: attitudes to income inequality and redistribution in a residential context. In: 43rd Annual Urban Affairs Association Conference, San Francisco, CA, 3-6 Apr 2013,

Bailey, N., Gannon, M., Kearns, A., Livingston, M., and Leyland, A.H. (2012) Living apart, losing sympathy? How attitudes to redistribution and to welfare recipients depend on where you live. In: Social Policy Association / East Asian Social Policy Network Conference 2012, York, UK, 16-18 Jul 2012,

Gannon, M., Livingston, M., Bailey, N., Kearns, A., and Leyland, A. (2012) Does neighbourhood context impact on attitudes to inequality and redistribution? Questions of scale and patterning. In: European Network for Housing Research Conference, Lillehammer, Norway, 25-27 Jun 2012,

Bailey, N. (2011) How spatial segregation changes over time: sorting out the sorting processes. In: Neighbourhood dynamics and contextual effects, Uppsala, Sweden, 8-10 Jun 2011,

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,

Bailey, N., Barnes, H., Livingston, M., and Mclennan, D. (2010) Spatial segregation and population dynamics:a review of recent evidence and data source developments. In: Understanding Dynamic Neighbourhoods, Manchester, UK, 8-9 Sep 2010,

Bailey, N. (2009) Economic segregation and the processes of neighbourhood change. In: City Futures in a Globalising World, Madrid, Spain, 4-6 Jun 2009,

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,

Livingston, M., Bailey, N., and Kearns, A. (2009) Measuring residential mixing by class and housing tenure in England. In: City Futures in a Globalising World, Madrid, Spain, 4-6 Jun 2009,

Bailey, N. (2008) Selective migration and neighbourhood change in the UK: a neighbourhood accounts framework. In: British Society for Population Studies Annual Conference 2008, Manchester, UK, 10-12 Sep 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,

Bailey, N., Kearns, A., and Livingston, M. (2008) Can mixed neighbourhoods be “cohesive, empowered and active communities”? An analysis of data from the Citizenship Survey 2005. In: Housing Studies Association Conference 2008: Housing and Community Cohesion, York, UK, 2-4 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,

Kearns, A., Livingston, M., and Bailey, N. (2008) Community attachment in the era of "communities". In: UAA 38th Annual Meeting - 1968 Revisited: Cities 40 Years Later, Baltimore, MD, 23-26 Apr 2008,

Bailey, N., and Livingston, M. (2007) Migration flows and the "Othering" of deprived urban neighbourhoods. In: European Network for Housing Research Conference: Sustainable Urban Areas, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, 25-27 June 2007,

Bailey, N., and Livingston, M. (2007) Neighbourhood policy and migration flows in Britain: stability, connection and area change. In: European Urban Research Conference: The Vital City, Glasgow, UK, 12-14 Sept 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., 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,

Livingston, M., Bailey, N., and Kearns, A. (2007) Place attachment, neighbourhood instability and social mix. In: European Urban Research Conference: The Vital City, Glasgow, UK, 12-14 Sept 2007,

Livingston, M., Bailey, N., and Kearns, A. (2007) Place attachment, neighbourhood instability and social mix. In: European Network for Housing Research Conference: Sustainable Urban Areas, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, 25-27 June 2007,

Bailey, N., and Livingston, M. (2005) Determinants of individual migration: an analysis of the SAR. In: 2001 SARs User Group Meeting: Exploring Census Microdata, London, UK, 15 July 2005, (Unpublished)

Bailey, N., and Livingston, M. (2005) Population turnover for deprived neighbourhoods: structural or pathological? In: British Society for Population Studies 2005 Annual Conference, Canterbury, UK, 12-14 Sept 2005,

Bailey, N., and Pickering, J. (2004) Deprived areas and deprived individuals: understanding the relationship. In: European Network for Housing Research conference: Housing: Growth and Regeneration, Cambridge, UK, 2-6 July 2004, (Unpublished)

Bailey, N., and Livingston, M. (2004) Population turnover and area deprivation: a conceptual framework. In: Housing Studies Association Conference, Belfast, UK, 9-10 Sept 2004, (Unpublished)

Bailey, N., and Turok, I. (2003) Employment and employability. In: Twin Track Cities? Linking Prosperity and Cohesion in Glasgow and Edinburgh, Glasgow, UK, 31 Jan 2003, (Unpublished)

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)

Turok, I., and Bailey, N. (2002) Planning for polycentric urban regions: examining the case for Central Scotland. In: Planning Research Conference, Dundee, Scotland, April 2002, (Unpublished)

Bailey, N. (2001) The financial services 'cluster' in Central Scotland: city, regional or external drivers of success? In: ESRC Urban and Regional Economics Seminar Group/Regional Studies Association Clusters Seminar, Newcstle, England, 17 Oct 2001, (Unpublished)

Bailey, N. (2001) The financial services 'cluster' in Central Scotland: is the city or the region significant - or neither? In: Regional Studies Association conference Regional transitions: European regions and the challenges of development, integration and enlargement, Gdansk, Poland, 15-18 Sept 2001, (Unpublished)

Leibowitz, J., Bailey, N., and Turok, I. (2001) Strategic capacity in fragmented urban governance: what does it mean and why is it important? In: European Urban Research Association conference, Area-based initiatives in contemporary urban policy, Copenhagen, Denmark, 17-19 May 2001, (Unpublished)

Turok, I., and Bailey, N. (2001) Cities or clusters? Drivers of regional economic competitiveness. In: Regional Studies Association conference, Regionalising the knowledge economy, London, England, 21 Nov 2001, (Unpublished)

Turok, I., and Bailey, N. (2001) Researching clusters: a framework. In: ESRC Urban and Regional Economics Seminar Group/Regional Studies Association Clusters Seminar, Paisley, Scotland, 20 June 2001, (Unpublished)

Bailey, N., Docherty, I., and Turok, I. (2000) Issues in city competitiveness and performance: Glasgow and Edinburgh. In: Urban Affairs Association Conference: Cities in the New Millennium: Separate Realities – or Shared Fates, Los Angeles, CA, USA, 3-6 May 2000, (Unpublished)

Bailey, N., Docherty, I., and Turok, I. (2000) Issues in competitiveness and cohesion: a case study of Glasgow and Edinburgh. In: ESRC Cities Programme Competitiveness Symposium, London, UK, April 2000, (Unpublished)

Bailey, N., and Turok, I. (2000) Linking 'two-speed cities' in a regional context: the concept of the polycentric urban region examined. In: Regional Studies Association Conference: Two-Speed Cities: Cities and Urban Development in the New Millennium, London, UK, 24 Nov 2000, (Unpublished)

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