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Books
Curtis C, Low N (2012) Institutional Barriers for Sustainable Transport Ashgate, Aldershot [ISBN 978-0-7546-7692-8]

Curtis C, Renne J L, Bertolini L (eds) (2009) Transit Oriented Development: Making it Happen Ashgate, Aldershot [ISBN 0 7546 7315 4]

Curtis C (2001) Future Perth: Transport Issues and Options. Perth, Western Australian Planning Commission.

Curtis C (1998) Integrated Land Use & Transport Planning Policies: A review of selected initiatives outside Australia and their applicability to strategic land use planning in Perth. Perth, Western Australian Planning Commission.

Book Chapters
Curtis C (accepted for publication 2013) Public Transport Orientated Development and Network Effects, in An International Handbook on Transport and Development, Edward Elgar,Co-Editors: Hickman, R., Bonilla, D., Givoni M., Banister D.

Sturup, S., Low, N., Rudner, J., Babb, C., Legacy C., Curtis, C. (2013) Institutional Barriers and Opportunities, Chapter 6 in Transforming Urban Transport: The ethics, politics and practices of sustainable mobility, Earthscan - Routledge: Abingdon, ed. Low N.

Glover L., Curtis, C., Han, S., Haixio, P., Stone, J. (2013) Governing Dispersed and Concentrated Cities, Chapter 7 in Transforming Urban Transport: The ethics, politics and practices of sustainable mobility, Earthscan - Routledge: Abingdon ed. Low N.

Burke, M., Curtis, C., & Stone, J (2013) New analysis for a new synthesis, Chapter 9 in Transforming Urban Transport: The ethics, politics and practices of sustainable mobility, Earthscan - Routledge: Abingdon ed. Low N.

Whitzman C, Romero V, Duncan M, Curtis C, Tranter P, Burke M (2010) Links between children’s independent mobility, active transport, physical activity, and obesity, in Preventing Childhood Obesity: evidence, policy, and practice’ eds. Waters E, Swinburn B, Uauy R, Seidell J, Wiley Blackwell   [ISBN 978-1-4051-5889-3

Curtis C (2010) The Network city metropolitan planning strategy: A paradigm shift for sustainable transport? pp. 258-273, in Planning Perspectives from Western Australia: A Reader in Theory and Practice, Alexander I, Greive S, Hedgcock D, (eds) Fremantle Press [ISBN 9781921361821]

Tiwari R and Curtis C (2010) Approaches to Arterial Road Design in Perth - The Challenges Ahead pp.289-305, in Planning Perspectives from Western Australia: A Reader in Theory and Practice, Fremantle Press [ISBN 9781921361821]

Bertolini L, Curtis C, Renne J L, (2009) The Context for Transit Oriented Development, in Transit Oriented Development: Making it Happen, Curtis C, Renne J L, Bertolini L (eds), Ashgate, Aldershot [ISBN 0 7546 7315 4]

Curtis C (2009)Implementing TOD through Regional Plans: A Case Study of Western Australia, in Transit Oriented Development: Making it Happen Curtis C, Renne J L, Bertolini L (eds), Ashgate Aldershot [ISBN 0 7546 7315]

Howe A, Glass G, Curtis C (2009) Retrofitting TOD and managing the impacts: the case of Subiaco, in Transit Oriented Development: Making it Happen, Curtis C, Renne J L, Bertolini L (eds), Ashgate Aldershot [ISBN 0 7546 7315 4]

Bertolini L, Renne J L,, Curtis C (2009) TODs for a Sustainable Future: Key principles to ‘Make TOD Happen’, in Transit Oriented Development: Making it Happen, Curtis C, Renne J L, Bertolini L (eds), Ashgate, Aldershot [ISBN 0 7546 7315 4]

Curtis C (2005) ' Creating Liveable Streets - Developing Traffic Management Guidelines for Western Australia' pp. 183-203 in ‘Spatial Planning, Urban Form and Sustainable Transport’ ed. Williams K. Ashgate UK

Gleeson B, Curtis C, Low N (2003) Barriers to Sustainable Transport in Australia. Chapter 12 in “Making Urban Transport Sustainable’ ed. Low N and Gleeson B. Palgrave (Macmillan) UK

Curtis C (2001) Can Strategic Planning Contribute to a Reduction in Car-Based Travel? Chapter 4 pp. 52-71 in, Global Transport Issues, Tolley R and Turton B (eds) I.B. Tauris & Co. Ltd, London.

Headicar P and Curtis C (1998) The location of new residential development: Its influence on car-based travel. Chapter in Transport Policy and the Environment ed. D Banister. E & FN Spon London.

Curtis C, Coleman C (1996) A Guide to Conducting a Travel Audit of Employees. Oxford Working Papers in Planning Education and Research, School of Planning: Oxford [ISBN: 0863421725]

Refereed Journals
Schoeppe S, Duncan M J, Badland H, Oliver M, Curtis C (2012) Associations of Children’s Independent Mobility and Active Travel with Physical Activity, Sedentary Behavior and Weight Status: A Systematic Review. Journal for Science and Medicine in Sport.

Curtis C (2012) The Challenge of delivering the 'D' in Transit Oriented Development: Examining the Town Planning contribution, Journal of Transport and Land Use Vol 5, No 3 pp. 83 -99, 2012

Tiwari R and Curtis C (2012) Three-pronged Approach to Urban Arterial Design: A functional + physical + social classification. Urban Design International Vol 17:2, pp. 129 -143.

Bertolini L, Curtis C, Renne J (2012) Station area projects in Europe and beyond: towards transit oriented urban development? Built Environment Vol 38, No. 1 pp.31 -50 [theme issue: Railway Station Mega-Projects and the Re-making of inner Cities in Europe]

Curtis C (2012) Transitioning to Transit Oriented Development: the case of Perth, Western Australia, Urban Policy and Research Vol 30, No 1-18

Legacy C, Curtis C, Sturrup S (2012) Good governance of land use and transport integration: an examination of Melbourne and Perth. Transport Policy Vol 19 Issue 1 pp.8-16[published online 2011]

Nurleala S and Curtis C (2012) Modeling household residential location choice and travel behavior and its relationship with public transport accessibility. 15th Edition of The European Working Group on Transportation - Procedia Social and Behavioral Sciences.

Curtis C (2011) Integrating land use with public transport: The use of a discursive accessibility tool to inform metropolitan spatial planning in Perth Transport Reviews Vol. 31 Issue 2, pp. 179-197.

Curtis C and Mellor R (2011) Anticipating a new railway: the relevance of transit oriented development to businesses in a car orientated city Urban Policy and Research Vol 29 No. 1, pp1-26.

Curtis C and Scheurer J (2010) Planning for Sustainable Accessibility: Developing tools to aid discussion and decision-making. Progress in Planning Vol 74 (2010), pp.53-106

Curtis C and Olaru D (2010) The relevance of traditional town planning concepts for travel minimisation, Planning Practice and Research 25.1, pp.49-75.

Curtis C (2008) The evolution of the TOD model for low density cities: A case study of Perth’s new railway corridor. Planning Practice and Research Vol. 23, No. 3 pp.285-302 (Special Edition: Integrating Rail and Land Use Investment)

Curtis C and Tiwari R (2008) Transitioning Arterial Roads to Activity Corridors. Urban Design International Vol 13 (2), pp. 105 -120, Special Issue: An international review of liveable street thinking and practice.

Curtis C (2008) Planning for Sustainable Accessibility: the implementation challenge. Transport Policy Vol 15 (2) pp. 104-112[Available on line 2007]

Curtis C (2007)Reflecting on practice or reflecting with practice? A view from Australia.
Planning Theory and Practice Vol (8.4)

Curtis C (2006) Network City: Retrofitting the Perth Metropolitan Region to Facilitate Sustainable Travel. Urban Policy and Research Vol 24 (2) pp. 159-180
http://espace.lis.curtin.edu.au/archive/00000937/

Curtis C and Perkins T (2006) Can Network City Deliver a Sustainable Future? International Journal of Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability. Volume 2.

Curtis C (2005) The Windscreen World of Land Use Transport Integration: Experiences from Perth, a Dispersed City. Town Planning Review Vol 76 (4) pp.423-453

Curtis C and Punter J V (2004) Design-Led Sustainable Development: The Liveable Neighbourhoods Experiment in Perth, Western Australia. Town Planning Review Vol 75 (1) pp116-150.

Curtis C and James B (2004) An Institutional Model for Land Use Transport Integration. Urban Policy and Research Vol. 22(3) pp.277-297.

Curtis C and Holling C (2004) Just How (Travel) Smart are Universities when it comes to implementing sustainable travel. World Transport Policy and Practice Vol 10.

Curtis C and Headicar P (1997) Targeting travel awareness campaigns - which individuals are more likely to switch from car to other transport for the journey to work? Transport Policy Vol 2 (4).

Coleman C and Curtis C (1997) Reducing car-based journeys to work - what potential is there and whose responsibility is it? Local Environment Vol 2 No 1 Feb 1997.

Curtis C (1996) Can Strategic Planning Contribute to a reduction in car-based travel? Transport Policy Vol 3 (1/2) 1996.

Cozens, P. 2013. Crime Prevention for Planners, Designers and Communities: Beyond the CPTED Approach. Quinn’s Rock, Perth, WA: Praxis Education (in press).

Cozens, P and Davies, T. 2013. Investigating ‘Eyes on the Street’, Perceptions of Crime and the use of Security Shutters - Insights from a Residential Suburb in Perth (WA). Accepted for publication in Crime Prevention and Community Safety: An International Journal.

Cozens, P. and Greive, S. 2013. Perceptions of Crime and Entry Statements at Licensed Premises - A Study of Micro-level Crime Precipitators in Perth (WA). Accepted for publication in Crime Prevention and Community Safety: An International Journal.

Brunner, J. and Cozens, P. 2012 ‘Where Have All the Trees Gone?’ Urban Consolidation and the Demise of Urban Vegetation: A Case Study from Western Australia. Planning Practice & Research. Online iFirst: DOI:10.1080/02697459.2012.733525.

Cozens, P. and Hillier, D. 2012. A Review and Discussion of the History and Development of Defensible Space into the 21st Century. The International Encyclopaedia of Housing and Home. Chapter 560, pp300-306, (Eds.) Smith, SJ; Elsinga, M.; Fox-O’Mahony, L; Ong, SE; Wachter, S., Elsevier.

Cozens, P. and Hillier, D. 2012. Revisiting Jane Jacobs’ ‘Eyes on the Street’ for the 21st Century: Evidence from Environmental Criminology. In The Urban Wisdom of Jane Jacobs, edited by  S. Hirt and D. Zahm. Routledge, Part IV, pp. 313-344.

Cozens. P. and Greive, S. 2011. Investigating Crime Precipitators and the ‘Environmental Backcloth’ of the Night-Time Economy: An Environmental Criminology Perspective from an Australian City. The Annual State of Australian Cities Conference (SOAC). Mebourne University, 29th November - 2nd December.

Cozens, P. and Christensen, W. 2011. Environmental Criminology and the Potential for Reducing Opportunities for Bushfire Arson. Crime Prevention and Community Safety: An International Journal. Volume 13(2), pp. 119-133.

Cozens, P. 2011. Urban Planning and Environmental Criminology: Towards a New Perspective for Safer Cities. Planning Practice and Research, 26(4), pp. 481-508.

Glasson, J. and Cozens, P. 2011. Making Communities Safer from Crime: An Undervalued Element in Contemporary Environmental Assessment (EA) Practice. Environmental Impact Assessment Review. Volume 31 (1) January, Pages 25-35.

Cozens, P.M. 2010. Planning Policy and Designing Out Crime in Western Australia - The Issue Of Permeability. In Alexander, I., Hedgcock, D. and Grieve, S. (Eds.) Chapter 17, pp307-323. In Planning Perspectives from Western Australia: A Reader in Theory and Practice, Fremantle Press, Fremantle.

Cozens, P. 2009. Education in Designing Out Crime - a Case Study, in Proceedings of iDOC'09 'What's Up Doc' International Design Out Crime Conference (Eds.) Cooper, T, Cozens, P, Dorst, K, Henry, P and Love, T. Design Out Crime Research Centre: Perth, WA.. December 2nd-4th, Edith Cowan University.

Cozens, P. and Greive, S. 2009. Designing Crime Precipitators in Northbridge After Dark: Urban Governance in Slumber. The Annual State of Australian Cities Conference (SOAC): City Growth, Sustainability, Vitality and Vulnerability. University of Western Australia, Perth, November 24-27th. ISBN: 1863081569.

Cozens, P. and Love, T. 2009. Permeability as a Process for Controlling Crime: A View from Western Australia. Special Edition of the Built Environment Journal. Security Versus Safety: How to Deliver Less Crime and More Sustainable Design, Volume 35 (3), p346-365.

Cozens, P. 2008. Designing Out Crime in Western Australia: A Systems Approach to Policy Development. Paper presented at the 14th Australian and New Zealand Systems (ANZSYS) Conference. Edith Cowan University. December 1-3rd, pp. 221 - 233. Edited by Bill Hutchinson, Terry Love, Trudi Cooper and David Cook. Published by SECAU Security Research Centre: SECAU Security Research Centre, Edith Cowan University, 2 Bradford Street, Mount Lawley 6050, WA. ISBN 978-0-7298-0668-8.

Cozens, P.M., Thorn, M. and Hillier, D. 2008. Designing Out Crime in Western Australia: A Case Study. Property Management 26(5), pp295-309.

Cozens, P.M. 2008. Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED); Origins, Concepts, Current Status and Future Directions in Wortley, R., (Eds.) Environmental Criminology and Crime Analysis. Chapter 9, pp153-177 (Devon, UK, Willan Publishing).

Cozens, P. 2008. New Urbanism, Crime and the Suburbs: A Review of the Evidence. Urban Policy and Research. Volume 26(3), pp1-16.

Cozens, P.M. 2008. Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) in Western Australia: Planning for Sustainable Urban Futures. International Journal of Sustainable Development and Planning. Volume 3(3), pp 272 - 292.

Cozens, P.M. and Hillier, D. 2008. The Shape of Things to Come’: New Urbanism, the Grid and the Cul-De-Sac. International Planning Studies Volume 13(1), pp. 51-73.

Cozens, P.M. 2007. Public Health and the Potential Benefits of Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design. The NSW Public Health Bulletin, Volume 18 (11-12), pp232-237.

Cozens, P.M., Pascoe, T. and Hillier, D. 2007. Critically Reviewing the Theory and Practice of Secured-by-design for Residential New-build Housing in Britain. Burglary: International Library of Criminology, Criminal Justice and Penology - Second Series.  Ed. Mawby, R. Ashgate. 0754625966, pp. 345-361.

Cozens, P.M. 2007. Planning, Crime and Urban Sustainability, pp.187-196. In Sustainable Development and Planning III. Volume 1, WIT Transactions on Ecology and the Environment, (Eds.) Kungolas, A., Brebbia, C. and Beriatos, E. WIT Press, Southampton.

Cozens, P.M. 2005. Designing Out Crime  - From Evidence to Action. Delivering Crime Prevention: Making the Evidence Work. Australian Institute of Criminology and the Attorney-General’s NSW Department. Carlton Crest Hotel Sydney, 21-22 November 2005.

Cozens, P.M., Saville, G. and Hillier, D. 2005. Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED): A Review and Modern Bibliography. Journal of Property Management. Volume 23, Issue 5, pp328-356.

Whitaker, J., Neale, R.H. and Cozens, P. M. 2004 Use of ‘VR Walkthrough Panorama’ Technology to Assess Public Perceptions of Personal Safety on Railway Stations. The Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) for Construction Innovation. Clients Driving Innovation International Conference. October 2004, Brisbane, New South Wales, Australia, pp.1471-1475

Cozens, P.M., Pascoe, T. and Hillier, D. 2004. Critically Reviewing the Theory and Practice of  Secured-by-design for Residential New-build Housing in Britain. Crime Prevention and Community Safety: An International Journal. Volume 6, No.1, pp13-29.

Cozens, P. M., Neale, R.H., Whitaker, J. and Hillier, D. 2004. Tackling Crime and Fear of Crime While Waiting at Britain’s Railway Stations. Journal of Public Transportation. Volume 7, Number 3, pp23-41.

Cozens, P. M., Neale, R.H., Whitaker, J. and Hillier 2004. Investigating Cartographies of Fear In and Around Valley Lines Railway Stations. Public Transport International Volume 5, pp22-24.

Cozens, P. M., Neale, R.H., Whitaker, J., Hillier, D. and Graham, M. 2003. A Critical Review of Street Lighting, Crime and the Fear of Crime in the British City. Crime Prevention and Community Safety: An International Journal. Volume 5 No.2, pp7-24.

Cozens, P.M., and Hills, J. 2003. Form, Function and Dysfunction: Designing for Use and Mis-use. Journal of Ergonomics in Design. Winter, Volume 11, No.1, pp12-16.

Cozens, P.M., Adamson, D., and Hillier, D. 2003. Community CPTED: A Case Study in South Wales (UK).CPTED: The Journal of the International Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design Association. Volume 2, Number 1, September, pp2-15.

Cozens, P. M., Neale, R.H., Whitaker, J. and Hillier, D. 2003. Investigating Personal Safety at Railway Stations Using ‘Virtual Reality’ Technology. Facilities Volume 21 Number 7/8, pp188-193.

Cozens, P. M., Neale, R.H., Whitaker, J. and Hillier, D. 2003. Managing Crime and the Fear of Crime at Railway Stations. A Case Study in South Wales (UK). International Journal of Transport Management. Volume 1, Issue 3,  pp121-132.

Cozens, P.M. 2002. Exploring Crime and the Fear of Crime within the Railway Environment. Public Transport International. March. Volume 51, March, pp20-24.

Cozens, P. M., Hillier, D. and Prescott, G. 2002. Criminogenic Associations and British Housing Design. International Planning Studies. Volume 7 (2), pp119-136.

Cozens, P.M. 2002. Sustainable Urban Development and Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design for the British City. 2002. Towards an Effective Urban Environmentalism for the 21st Century. Cities: The International Journal of Urban Policy and Planning. Volume 19 Number 2, pp129-137.

Cozens, P. M., Neale, R.H., Whitaker, J. and Hillier, D. 2002. Investigating Perceptions of Personal Security on the Valley Lines Rail Network in South Wales (UK). World Transport Policy and Practice. Volume 8 Part 1, pp19-29.

Cozens, P.M.The Police and ‘Defensible Space’. 2002. Implications for Secured By Design. Policing Today. The Journal of the Association of Chief Police Officers of England, Wales and Northern Ireland. Volume 8 Issue 3 Autumn, pp29-30.

Cozens. P.M., Waters, J. and Neale, R.H. 2002. A Virtual Reality Approach to Personal Safety and the Design of Built Environment Facilities. Proceedings of the ARCOM (Association of Researchers in Construction Management) 18th Annual Conference. Volume 2, pp461-473.

Cozens, P. M., Hillier, D. and Prescott, G. 2002. Defensible Space, Community Safety, the British City and the ‘Active Citizen’. Penetrating the Criminal Mind. Crime Prevention and Community Safety: An International Journal. Volume 4, No. 4, p7-21.

Cozens, P. M., Hillier, D. and Prescott, G. 2002. Gerontological Perspectives on Crime and Nuisance. The Elderly Critically Evaluate Housing Designs in the British City. Journal of Aging and Social Policy. Volume 14 (2) pp63-83.

Cozens, P. M., Hillier, D. and Prescott, G. 2001.Crime and the Design of Residential Property. Exploring the Theoretical Background. Property Management. Volume 19. No.2 pp136-164.

Cozens, P. M., Hillier, D. and Prescott, G. 2001. Crime and the Design of Residential Property. Exploring the Perceptions of Planning Professionals, Burglars and other Users” Property Management. Volume 19. No.4 pp222-248.

Cozens, P. M., Hillier, D. and Prescott, G. 2001. Defensible Space: Burglars and Police Evaluate Urban Residential Design. Security Journal. Volume 14, Number 4, pp43-62.

Cozens, P. M., Hillier, D. and Prescott, G. 1999. The Sustainable and the Criminogenic. The Case for New-Build Housing Projects in Britain. Property Management.  Volume 17. No. 3, pp252-261.

Books
Moulaert, F., MacCallum, D., Mehmood, A. and Hamdouch, A. (eds.) 2013 (in press). International Handbook of Social Innovation: collective action, social learning and transdisciplinary research. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. ISBN 978-1-84980-998-6.

MacCallum, D. 2009. Discourse Dynamics in Participatory Planning: Opening the Bureaucracy to Strangers. Aldershot: Ashgate. ISBN 978-0-7546-7296-8.

MacCallum, D., Moulaert, F., Hillier, J. and Vicari Haddock, S. (eds.) 2009. Social Innovation and Territorial Development. Aldershot: Ashgate. ISBN 978-0-7546-7233-3.

Haswell, J. and MacCallum, D. (eds.) 2003. Liveable Communities. Perth: Black Swan Press. ISBN 978-1-74067-298-4.

Book Chapters
Kunnen, N., MacCallum, D. and Young, S. 2013. 'Research Strategies for Asset-Based Community Development’, in Moulaert et al.

Moulaert, F., MacCallum, D. and Hillier, J. 2013. ‘Social Innovation: intuition, precept, concept, theory and practice’, in Moulaert et al.

Moulaert, F., MacCallum, D., Mehmood, A. and Hamdouch, A. 2013. ‘General Introduction: The rise of social innovation as a scientific concept and a social practice’, in Moulaert et al.

MacCallum, D. 2013. ‘Part 5 Introduction: Institutional leverage, collective action and public policy’, in Moulaert et al.

MacCallum, D. 2005. ‘Consent and Resistance: a case study of participatory decision making’. In J. Hillier and D. Cryle (eds.) Consensus and Consent: Politics, Media and Governance in Twentieth Century Australia, Perth: API Network: 351-370.

MacCallum, D. 2002: ‘Breaking the mould without breaking the rules: discursive struggles in a local land use planning committee’, In O'Connor, P. and Scott, J. (eds.) Undisciplined Thoughts, Perth: Black Swan Press: 199-213.

Refereed Journal articles
D. MacCallum, Byrne, J. and Steele, W. (forthcoming 2013) Whither justice? An analysis of climate change responses from South East Queensland, Australia. Environment and Planning C: Governance and Policy (accepted for publication September 2012).

Byrne, J. and MacCallum, D. 2013 (in press). Bordering on neglect: environmental justice in Australian planning, Australian Planner.

Steele, W., MacCallum, D., Byrne, J. and Houston, D. 2012. Planning the (climate-)just city: the Australian context, International Planning Studies 17(1): 67-83.

MacCallum, D. and Hopkins, D. 2011. The changing discourse of city plans: rationalities of planning in Perth, 1955-2010, Planning Theory and Practice 12(4): 485-510. (Winner of the 2012 Curtin Humanities Research Award for best book chapter, journal article or conference paper published by an ECR in 2011).

Howlett, C., Seini, M., MacCallum, D. and Osborne, N. 2011. Neoliberalism, Mineral Development and Indigenous People: A Framework for Analysis, Australian Geographer 42(3): 309-323.

MacCallum, D. 2009. Practising governance: Multi-party decision making in a multi-scalar context. Critical Approaches to Discourse Analysis Across Disciplines 3(2): 92-117.

MacCallum, D. 2008: Participatory planning and means-end rationality: a translation problem, Planning Theory and Practice 9(3): 325-343.

Refereed Conference Proceedings
MacCallum, D. and Khan, S. 2012. The spaces we work in: consultation about Curtin’s Architecture and Planning building. ANZAPS, Bendigo, September.

MacCallum, D., Steele, W., Byrne, J. and Houston, D. 2011. ‘Environmental imaginaries: climate change as an object of urban governance’, State of Australian Cities, Melbourne, November.

Tiwari, R. and MacCallum, D. 2011: ‘Roundtable as a means to an end: attending to professional and political barriers to sustainable transport’, World Planning Schools Congress, Perth, July.

Non-refereed Conference Presentations
MacCallum, D., Houston, D., Steele, W. and Byrne, J. 2012. Climate Cosmopolitics and implications for planning. AESOP, Ankara, July.

Mouat, C and MacCallum, D. 2012. Planner, administrator, facilitator: consultation to deliberation...and back again? Interpretive Policy Analysis. Tilburg, July.

Houston, D, MacCallum, D., and Steele, W. 2012. Climate Cosmopolitics. Beyond Utopia. Santa Barbara, March.

Steele, W., MacCallum, D., Byrne, J. and Houston, D. 2011. ‘Planning the (climate-)just city’, World Planning Schools Congress, Perth, July.

Byrne, J., MacCallum, D., Steele, W. and Houston, D. 2011. ‘Socio-Cultural Dimensions of Climate Change’, Association of American Geographers, Chicago, April.

Howlett, C., MacCallum, D. and Osborne, N. 2010: ‘Neoliberalism, Mineral Development and Indigenous People: A Framework for Analysis of Convergences and Divergences in Canada and Australia’, Annual Conference of the Canadian Association of Political Science, Montreal, June.

MacCallum, D. and Byrne, J. 2009. ‘(Ignoring) Alternative Discourses in Local Climate Change Policy: A SEQ Study’, State of Australian Cities, University of Western Australia, Perth, November.

MacCallum, D. and Hopkins, D. 2009. ‘Style-Substance, Structure-Agency: A Critical Discourse Analysis of Strategic Metropolitan Planning Documents in Perth, WA’, Annual Congress of the Association of European Schools of Planning, University of Liverpool, UK, July.

MacCallum, D. 2008: ‘Practising governance: multi-party decision making in a multi-scalar context’, Critical Approaches to Discourse Analysis Across Disciplines, University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield, July.

MacCallum, D., Moulaert, F. and Hillier, J. 2008. ‘KATARSIS: Growing inequality and social innovation: alternative knowledge and practice in overcoming social exclusion in Europe’, UK-Ireland Planning Research Conference, Queen’s University Belfast, March.

Moulaert , F. and MacCallum, D. 2008. ‘KATARSIS: Growing inequality and social innovation: alternative knowledge and practice in overcoming social exclusion in Europe’, Think and Act: Social Cohesion in Europe, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, February.

Hillier, J. and MacCallum, D. 2008. 'Public participation as rocket science? Deleuzean-inspired tracings from a case of strategic spatial planning’, Connecting People, Participation and Place: an international conference of participatory geographies, Durham University, January.  

MacCallum, D. 2007. ‘Good practice in collaborative planning: tensions between levels of institutional achievement’, Annual Congress of the Association of European Schools of Planning: Planning for the Risk Society, University of Napoli Federico II, Naples, July.

MacCallum, D. 2007. ‘Discourse dynamics in participatory planning’, (2007) Postgraduate Conference in English Language and Linguistics: Critical Discourse Analysis, Aston University, Birmingham, June.  

MacCallum, D. 2004. ‘Participatory planning as a “cross-cultural” discursive practice’, Annual Conference of the Australian Systemic Functional linguistics Association: SFL Ripples in the 21st Century, Brisbane, July.

MacCallum, D. 2002. ‘Do the means justify the ends? The relationship between collaborative planning processes and their presentation to the public’, Annual Conference of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning: Waters and Shores, Baltimore, November.

MacCallum, D. 2002. ‘Three Dimensional Decision Making: Interpersonal and Textual Meanings in Committee Discourse’, Annual Congress of the Association of European Schools of Planning: Planning in Border Regions, University of Thessaly, Volos, July.

MacCallum, D. 2001. ‘Breaking the mould without breaking the rules’, Humanities Postgraduate Conference: Undisciplined Thoughts, Curtin University, Perth, November.

Research Reports - academic
Moulaert, F., Hillier, J. Miciukiewicz, K., MacCallum, D. and Cassinari, D. (eds.) 2011. European Research Agenda on Cities and Social Cohesion. Brussels: Social Polis/European Commission. http://www.socialpolis.eu/uploads/tx_sp/European_Agenda_final_web.pdf.

Cassinari, D., Hillier, J., Miciukiewicz, K., Novy, A., Habersack, S., MacCallum, D. and Moulaert, F. 2011. Transdisciplinary research in Social Polis. Brussels: Social Polis/European Commission. http://www.socialpolis.eu/the-social-polisapproach/transdisciplinarity/

Moulaert, F., MacCallum, D., Mehmood, A. and Hamdouch, A. 2010. KATARSIS Final Report: Social Innovation - collective action, social learning and transdisciplinary research. Brussels: European Commission. http://cordis.europa.eu/documents/documentlibrary/124376771EN6.pdf.

Moulaert, F. and MacCallum, D. 2008/2007. ‘Growing inequality and social innovation: Alternative knowledge and practice in overcoming social exclusion in Europe ', KATARSIS Annual Reports to the European Commission, Brussels.

In 2001, as a Research Assistant for the Curtin Research Centre, I edited two further research reports:

Hillier, J., Fisher, C. And Tonts, M. 2002. Rural housing, regional development and policy integration: an evaluation of alternative policy responses to regional disadvantage. AHURI final report, Canberra: Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute.

Hillier, J., Jones, R., Hugman, R., Cameron, C., Tonts, M. and Fisher, C. 2002. Strengthening Communities: The Contribution of Housing Policy and Planning. AHURI final report, Canberra: Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute.

Peer Reviewed Papers

Middle, G. and I. Middle (2010). "Professional Practice: The inefficiency of the environmental impact assessment process: reality or myth?" Impact Assessment & Project Appraisal 28(2): 159-168.

Middle, G. and I. Middle (2010). "A review of the use of environmental offset as a policy mechanism in the environmental impact assessment process (EIA) in Western Australia." Impact Assessment & Project Appraisal 28(4): 313-322.

Refereed Conference Papers

Middle, G. (2012). Offsets and Risk. 32nd Annual Conference of the International Association for Impact Assessment. 27 May-1 June 2012, Porto, Portugal DC

Middle, G. (2012). Australian EIA Practitioners views on addressing climate change. 32nd Annual Conference of the International Association for Impact Assessment. 27 May-1 June 2012, Porto, Portugal DC

Stocker, Laura and Kennedy, Deborah and Metcalf, Sarah and Dambacher, Jeffrey M. and Middle, Garry and Wood, David. 2011. Modelling coastal planning in southwest Western Australia: complexity, collaboration and climate adaptation, in Chan, F., Marinova, D. and Anderssen, R.S. (ed), MODSIM2011: 19th International Congress on Modelling and Simulation, Dec 12-16 2011. Perth, WA: Modelling and Simulation Society of Australia and New Zealand

Middle, G (2011). Public Open Space as a Diminishing Resource: The impact of urban conservation, water sensitive urban design and new urbanism on the supply of active open space. State of Australian Cities National Conference. Melbourne, Victoria

Middle, G., Tye, M. (2011). Active public open space as a diminishing resource under threat from new planning policies. Second Constructed Environment Conference. Chicago, USA

Middle, G., T. Perkins, et al. (2011). A Comparative study of the views of Planning Students and Professionals about Planning Education in Western Australia. 3rd World Planning Schools Congress. Perth, Western Australia.

Non-Refereed Conference Papers

G. Middle, (2012). Mapping Coastal Uses, Values and Character: a coastal planning and management tool. 2012 Coastal Research Forum, National Sea Change TaskForce. Hobart, Tasmania. 6-7 March 2012.

G. Middle, (2012). Mapping coastal uses, values, character and uses. 2012 Coast to Cast Conference. Brisbane, Queensland. 17-21 September 2012

Stocker, L., G. Middle, et al. (2011). The Implications to Coastal Governance of Adaptive Planning for Climate Change. 3rd World Planning Schools Congress. Perth, Western Australia.

Middle, G. (2010). A Review of the Use of Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation Measures in EIA in Western Australia. International Association for Impact Assessment Special Symposium on Climate Change and Impact Assessment. Washington DC.

Middle, G. (2009). Environmental Assessment in Federations: Current Dynamics and Emerging Issues Australia, an academic perspective. Forum of Federations International Conference on Environmental Assessment. Ottawa, Canada.

Middle, G. (2008). The Environmental Appeal Process in Western Australia: A check and balance on EIA. 28th Annual Conference of the International Association for Impact Assessment. Perth, Western Australia.

Middle, G. (2008). The Use of Offsets in EIAs as a Way of Mitigating Cumulative Impacts for Major Resource Proposals in the Northwest of Western Australia. International Association for Impact Assessment on Assessing and Managing Cumulative Environmental Effects. Calgary, Canada.

Reports

Middle, G., Tye, M. Middle, I. (2012) Active Open Space (playing fields) in a Growing Perth-Peel: Implications of bush forever, water sensitive urban design and Liveable Neighbourhoods for active sporting recreation. Department of Sport and Recreation WA. Perth, November 2012.

Tye, M., Middle, G., Costello, D. and Hedgcock, D. Unintended socio-economic consequences of reduced supply of active open spaces in the Perth outer metropolitan growth areas: A review of informing literature. A report for the Outer Metropolitan Growth Councils, Perth. December 2012.

* Middle, G., Tye, M. (2011) Emerging constraints for public open space in metropolitan Perth: Implications of bush forever, water sensitive urban design and Liveable Neighbourhoods for active sporting recreation. Summary publication. Department of Sport and Recreation WA. Perth, March 2011.

Middle, G. (2011). Rockingham Beaches Values and Climate Change Survey: Results of a survey of beach users carried out by Curtin University students. A Report for the City of Rockingham. Perth, Western Australia, Department of Urban and Regional Planning, Curtin University.

Middle, G (2011) Appeals in objection to contents of and recommendations in the Report of the Environmental Protection Authority, Vasse Coal Project, Shire of Augusta-Margaret River. Report to the Minister for Environment WA. Perth November 2011

* Middle, G., Tye, M., & Middle, I. (2010) Emerging constraints for public open space in metropolitan Perth: Implications of bush forever, water sensitive urban design and Liveable Neighbourhoods for active sporting recreation. Report prepared for Department of Sport and Recreation WA. Perth, September 2010

Middle, G., M. Thompson, et al. (2009). Regulation Review: Clearing of Native Vegetation. Report to the Minister for the Environment by the Expert Committee. Perth, Western Australia, Government of WA.

Conference Proceedings

* Middle, G. (2011) Mapping coastal uses, values and character: a coastal planning and management tool. Australian Coastal Councils Conference: National Sea Change Taskforce Inc. Hobart, March 2012

Middle, G., & Tye, M. (2011) Public Active Open Space as a Diminishing Resource: The impact of urban conservation, water sensitive urban design and new urbanism on the supply of active open space. State of Australian Cities National Conference. Melbourne. November, 2011. (accepted)

* Middle, G. (2011) Where we be Playing in 2031: More people but fewer active spaces. Planning Institute of Australia WA Division State Conference. Mandurah, November 2011

* Middle, G. & Tye, M. (2011) Stories from partnership research: Active open space research and additional findings. PLA / IFPRA National Conference. Fremantle, September, 2011.

* Middle, G. & Tye, M. (2011) Active public open space as a diminishing resource under threat from new planning policies. The Constructed Environment Conference. Chicago Ill., October 28, 2011.

Community service

  • Member of the Western Australian Planning Commission;
  • Chair of WA's peak coastal planning authority, the Coastal Planning Coordination Council (Committee of the WA Planning Commission);
  • I sit on a national expert reference group for the Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities to help with development of seven new regional sustainability plans in the context of the sustainable population strategy and strategic assessment provisions of the EPBC Act
  • Specialist member of the Development Assessment Panels for Metropolitan East and Kimberley;
  • In 2010 and 2011 Chaired the State Assessment Panel meeting for the CoastWest grants for the Western Australian Planning Commission.
  • May-November 2011 - Appointed as single person Appeals Committee under the Environmental Protection Act (1986) to investigate appeals against the WA Environmental Protection Authority's report and recommendations on the proposed Vasse coal mine and project, shire of Augusta-Margaret River;
  • In 2008 the then Minister for the Environment appointed me as Chair of a committee to review the legislation, administration and policy relating to the clearing of native vegetation in WA, notably the native vegetation clearing provisions of the Environmental Protection Act 1986 and the Environmental Protection (Clearing of Native Vegetation) Regulations 2004

Public Forums and events

  • Symposium Organiser: Special symposium - State of environmental assessment in Australia. November 12th & 13th, 2012, Australian National University, Canberra.
  • Workshop Organiser: Coastal Planning and Management in WA, 30th -31st August 2012, Curtin University
  • September 24 2011. State Conference, WA Chapter of the National Environmental Law Association (NELA(WA)). Expert panel member to discuss condition setting and enforcement, compliance and risk management and experiences with major environmental prosecutions in Western Australia

Executive Briefings

  • Briefing of the Outer Metropolitan Growth Council: CEOs of the Local Governments in the Outer Metropolitan Growth area. Outcomes of the Active POS study. March 15 2012, Offices of WALGA, West Perth
  • Briefing of the Councilors and Senior Staff, City of Wanneroo. Outcomes of the Active POS study. 10th May 2012. Wanneroo.
  • Briefing of the Councilors and Senior Staff, City of Busselton. Progress on Mapping coastal uses, values and character: a coastal planning and management tool study. 11th July 2012. Busselton.

Curtis, C. and Olaru, D. (2010) “The relevance of traditional town planning concepts for travel minimisation”, Planning Practice and Research, 25 (1), 49-75.

Murphy, J. and Olaru, D. (2009) “How Information Foraging Styles Relate to Tourism Demographics and Behaviours”, Journal of Vacation Marketing 15(4), 299-309.

Murphy, J., Hofacker, C., and Olaru, D. (2009) “Rigor in Research. Formative and Reflective Constructs”, Annals of Tourism Research 36, 730-734.

Olaru, D., Purchase, S., and Denize, S. (2009) “Using docking/replication to verify and validate computational models”, 18th IMACS Congress MODSIM 09, Cairns, Australia, 13-17 July.

Olaru, D. and Powell, J. (2007) “What activity-based analysis and personal sampling can do for assessments of exposure to air pollutants, NATO/SPS International Technical Meeting on Air Pollution and its Applications,Aveiro, Portugal, September 24-28.

Curtis, C. and Olaru, D. (2007) “Travel Minimisation and the Neighbourhood”, in the Proceedings of the European Transport Conference 2007, Noordwijkerhout, The Netherlands, October 17-19.

Olaru, D. and Curtis, C. (2007) “Is Transit Oriented Development reducing the activity spaces?”, in the Proceedings of the 11th World Conference on Transportation Research, Berkeley, US, June 24-28.

Olaru, D. (2006) “Activity Spaces and Exposure to Air Pollutants”, Proceedings of The XIV PANAM Conference of Traffic and Transportation Engineering, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain, September 20-23.

Olaru, D. and Smith, B. (2005) “Modelling behavioural rules for daily activity scheduling using fuzzy logic.” Transportation 32(4), 423-441.

Olaru, D., Smith, N., and Peachman, J. (2005) “Whereabouts from Monday to Sunday?”. In the Proceedings of the Australasian Transport Research Forum 2005 - Transporting the Future: Transport in a Changing Environment, Sydney, Australia, 28-30 September, ISBN 1 877040 428, http://www.patrec.org/web_docs/atrf/papers/2005/Olaru,%20Smith%20N%20&%20Peachman%20%282005%29.pdf

Ton, T., Smith, N., and Olaru, D. (2005) “Research challenges in using virtual driving environment for evaluating Intelligent Transport Systems. In the Proceedings of IVRI 2005, Melbourne, February.
Smith, N., Salim, V., Gannon, J., Olaru, D., and Wigan, M. (2005) “Matching user demand and technical supply for the design of traveler information services”. In the Proceedings of the Transport Research Board TRB 2005, January.

Olaru, D., Beer, T., Powell, J., and Gillett, R. (2005) “Linking activity-travel analysis and exposure assessment. Benefits and challenges”. In M.M. Aral, C.A. Brebbia, M.L. Maslia, and T. Sinks (Eds.) Proceedings of Environmental Exposure and Health, Atlanta, October 5-8: 161-174, http://library.witpress.com/pages/listPapers.asp?q_bid=338.

Olaru, D., Smith, N., and Ton, T. (2005) “Activity spaces and travel time in Sydney”. In the Proceedings of the European Transport Conference 2005, Strasbourg, October 3-5.

Olaru, D. and Marquez, L. (2005) Transport accessibility in the Western Region, Report for Ratio Consulting and the Western Region Employment and Industrial Development Strategy, May, 59p.

Grant, T., Beer, T., and Olaru, D. (2005) Life Cycle Assessment of Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Proposed Primary Energy Bio-Refinery Facility, Report JL73A/1/X04-3 to Primary Energy Pty. Ltd., June, 72p.

Publications

Scholarly Books
Davies, A. and James, A., 2011. Geographies of Ageing: Social Processes and the Spatial Unevenness of Population Ageing. Ashgate Publishing Ltd., Aldershot.

Scholarly Book Chapters
Hoath, A. and Davies, A. (accepted, March 2015). International Long Distance Commuting in the Resources Sector: What are the Socio-Economic Implications when Resource Workers Choose to Work in Australia but Live in Another Country? In Halsm-McKenzie, F. (editor) Labour force Mobility in the Australian Resources Industry: Socio-Economic and Regional  Impacts, Springer.

Davies, A. 2015. Evolving Social Context for Planning in Australia. In. Brunner, J and Glasson, J (editors) Contemporary Issues in Australian Urban and Regional Planning, Routledge.

Davies, A., 2014. Urban to Rural Elderly Migration: Renewing and Reinventing Australia’s Small Rural Towns. In. Dufty-Jones, R and Connell, J. (editors) Rural Change in Australia. Ashgate Publishing Ltd., Aldershot.

Davies, A., 2011. Local Leadership, Rural Revitalisation and Festival Fun. In. Gibson, C. and Connell, J. (editors) Festival Places: Revitalising Rural Australia, Channel View Press, Bristol.

Davies, A. and Farrelly F., 2010. Community Participation and Collaborative Planning: Emerging Trends in Coastal Western Australia. In. Alexander, I, Grieve, S. and Hedcock, D. (editors) Planning Perspectives from Western Australia: A Reader in Theory and Practice. Fremantle Press, Fremantle.

Refereed Journal Articles
Davies, A. and Hoath A., (2015). The Migration of Australians to Bali: More than Retirees and Surfers. Geographical Research. Available on Earlyview.    

Davies, A., 2015 (2015). Life After a Festival: Local Leadership and the Lasting Legacy of Festivals. Event Management.19(4).

Davies, A. and Atkinson, M., 2012. The Moderating Influence of Property Legislation on Planning Policy and Urban Form. Urban Studies 49(16), pp. 3479-3494.

Yiannakis, J. and Davies, A., 2012. Diversifying Rural Economies Through Literary Tourism: A Review of Literary Tourism in Western Australia. Journal of Heritage Tourism 7(1), pp. 33-44.

Davies, A., 2011. On Constructing Ageing Rural Populations: ‘Capturing’ the Grey Nomad, Journal of Rural Studies 27, pp. 191-199.

Davies, A., and Tonts, M., 2010. Economic Diversity and Regional Socio-Economic Performance: An Empirical Analysis, Geographical Research 48(3), pp. 223-234.

Human, B., and Davies, A., 2010. Stakeholder consultation during the planning phases of scientific programmes. Marine Policy 34, pp. 645-654.

Davies, A., 2009. Understanding Local Leadership in Building the Capacity of Rural Communities in Australia. Geographical Research 47(4), pp. 380-389.

Davies, A. and Tonts, M., 2008. Changing Electoral Structures and Regional Representation in WA: From Bush Socialism to One Vote One Value. Space and Polity 11(3), pp. 209-226.

Davies, A, 2008. Declining Youth In-migration in Rural Australia: The Role of Perceptions of Rural Employment and Lifestyle Opportunities. Geographical Research 46(2), pp. 162-171.

Davies, A., 2007. Organic or Orchestrated: The Nature of Leadership in Rural Australia. Journal of Rural Society 17(2), pp. 139-154.

Refereed Published Reports
Australian Academy of Science (contributing author) 2014. Climate Change Challenges to Health: Risks and Opportunities. Australian Academy of Sciences, Canberra.

Australian Academy of Science (contributing author) 2012. Australia’s Population: Shaping A Vision for Our Future. Australian Academy of Sciences, Canberra.

Davies, A. Tonts, M., Troy, L. and Pelusey, H. 2009. Australia's rural workforce: an analysis of labour shortages in rural Australia. Rural Industries Research Development Corporation, Canberra.

Other (Research Reports/ Book Reviews/ Creative Works)
Davies, A. 2014. Business in the Regions Survey 2014. Department of Regional Development, Perth.

Davies, A. 2014. Business in the Regions 2014: Methods Paper. Department of Regional Development, Perth. 

Davies, A., 2010. Agri-Food Commodity Chains and Globalising Networks. Geographical Research 48(4)

Davies, A and Tonts, M., 2009. What Makes a Rural Community Resilient? Socio-Economic Factors that Underpin Adaptation of Economic Upheaval. Rural Industries Research Development Corporation, Canberra.

Davies, A and Cammell, J., 2009. Human Uses of the Rangelands Coast Part One: Major Uses and Priorities for Natural Resource Management from Carnarvon to Port Hedland. Rangelands NRM, Carnarvon.

Davies, A and Cammell, J., 2009. Human Uses of the Rangelands Coast Part Two: Major Uses and Priorities for Natural Resource Management from Broom to Wyndham East-Kimberley. Rangelands NRM, Carnarvon.

Davies, A., Tonts, M. and Cammell, J., 2009. Coastal Camping in the Rangelands: Emerging Opportunities for Natural Resource Management, Rangelands NRM, Carnarvon.

Davies, A., Tonts, M., Troy, L. and Pelusey, H., 2008. Australia’s Rural Workforce: An Analysis of Labour Shortages in Rural Australia. Rural Industries Research Development Corporation, Canberra.

Davies, A., Tonts, M., Pelusey, H. and Niedzwiadek, M., 2008. Securing Western Australia’s Marine Futures: Understanding Human Uses and Values of the Marine Environment, Institute for Regional Development. The University of Western Australia, Perth

Tonts, M and Davies, A, 2008. Workforce Futures for the Goldfields-Esperance Region: Background Report and Workforce Plan. Department of Education and Training, Perth

Tonts, M. and Davies, A. 2008. Summary Report: Workforce Futures for the Goldfields-Esperance Region. Department of Education and Training, Perth.

Tonts, M., Davies, A., and Haslam-Mckenzie, F., 2008. Regional Workforce Futures: An Analysis of the Great Southern, South West and Wheatbelt Regions, GeoWest 35.

Tonts, M., Davies, A., and Fry, J., 2008. A Handbook for Skilled Labour Market Assessment and Scenario Building. GeoWest 34.

Davies, A. and Tonts, M, 2007. Employment in the Wheatbelt: Regional Trends, Issues and Challenges. GeoWest 33.

Davies, A. and Tonts, M., 2007. Population Dynamics and Locational Choices Amongst Young People: An Examination of the Western Australian Wheatbelt. GeoWest 32.

Davies, A., 2007. ‘New Regionalism in Australia’, Geographical Research 45, 323-325.

Books
T. Jones. 2013. Culture, power and authoritarianism in the Indonesian state: cultural policy across the twentieth century to the Reform era.  Brill; Leiden. 

Refereed papers as sole author

T. Jones. 2012. ‘Indonesian Cultural Policy in the Reform Era.’ Indonesia, 93: 147-96

T. Jones. 2008. ‘Bomb the base in the bus: Public transport as intersections of a local popular culture in Padang, Indonesia.’ Continuum, 22 no. 1: 127-139.

T. Jones. 2007. ‘Liberalism and Cultural Policy in Indonesia.’ Social Identities, vol. 13, no. 4: 441-58.

T. Jones. 2007. ‘Sentencing Schapelle. A Drug- Induced Discussion on the Differences between Australia and Southeast Asia.’ Overland. 184 (Sep.): 93-4.

T. Jones. 2000. ‘The Australian Federal System.’ Otonomi 2 (2).

Refereed papers as joint author

E. A. Fulton, F. Boschetti, M. Sporcic, T. Jones, L. R. Little, J. M. Dambacher, R. Gray, R. Scott, and R. Gorton. 2015. "A Multi-Model Approach to Engaging Stakeholder and Modellers in Complex Environmental Problems." Environmental Science & Policy 48: 44-56.

J. Catlin, M. Hughes, T. Jones, & R. Jones. 2014 ‘White sharks in Western Australia: threat or opportunity?’ Journal of Ecotourism. 13 (2–3), 159–169,

T. Jones, T. Acker and F. Henham. (2014). ‘Fair exchange: the rise of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art fairs.’ Artlink. 34 (2), 82-4. 

T.Jones & C. Birdsall-Jones. 2014. ‘Meeting places:  drivers of change in Australian Aboriginal cultural institutions.’ International Journal of Cultural Policy 20 (3), 296-317.

E.A. Fulton, T. Jones, F. Boschetti, K. Chapman, R. Little, G. Syme, P. Dzidic, R. Gorton, M. Sporcic, W. de la Mare. 2013. ‘Assessing the Impact of Stakeholder Engagement in Management Strategy Evaluation.’ International Journal of Economics and Management Engineering 3 (2), 82-98.

T. Jones & C. Birdsall-Jones. 2012. ‘The second wave: Aboriginal cultural centres in sustainable development.’ International Journal of Heritage and Sustainable Development 2 (1), 83-92.

J. Catlin, M. Hughes, T. Jones, R. Jones & R. Campbell. 2012. ‘Valuing individual animals through tourism: Science or speculation?’ Biological Conservation 157: 93-98.

J. Catlin, R. Jones & T. Jones. 2012. ‘Balancing needs: licensing as a means to manage nature based tourism.’ Journal of Sustainable Tourism 20 (2): 163-78.

J. Catlin, R. Jones & T. Jones. 2011. Revisiting Duffus and Dearden's Wildlife Tourism Framework. Biological Conservation 144 (5): 1537-1544. 

T Jones, J. Glasson, D. Wood & B. Fulton. 2011. ‘Regional Planning and Resilient Futures:  Destination Modelling and Tourism Development – the case of the Ningaloo Coastal Region in Western Australia.’ Planning Practice and Research 26 (4):  393-415.

J. Catlin, R. Jones, T. Jones, B. Norman & D. Wood. 2010. ‘Discovering wildlife tourism: a whale shark tourism case study.’ Current Issues in Tourism 13 (4): 351-61.

J. Catlin, T. Jones, D. Wood & B. Norman. 2010. ‘Consolidation in a wildlife tourism industry: the changing impact of whale shark tourist expenditure in the Ningaloo Coast region.’ International Journal of Tourism Research, 12 (2): 134-48. 

T. Jones, D. Wood, J. Catlin, & B. Norman. 2009. ‘Expenditure and Ecotourism: Predictors of Expenditure for Whale Shark Tour Participants.’ Journal of Ecotourism. 8(1): 32-50.

K. Schianetz, T. Jones, P. Walker, L. Cavanagh, D. Wood, D. Lockington. 2009. ‘The Practicalities of a Learning Tourism Destination: a Case Study of the Ningaloo Coast.’ International Journal of Tourism Research, 11 (6): 567-581.

T. Jones & D. Wood. 2008. ‘Researching Tourism to the Ningaloo Reef, Western Australia, or how the Social Sciences can Collaborate in Researching Complex Problems’. Interdisciplinary Journal of the Social Sciences, 3 (6): 137-44.

T. Jones, & D. Wood. 2008. ‘Research Note: Attribution, Substitution and Confusion in Wildlife and Natural Area Tourism Expenditure Research.’ Tourism Economics, vol. 14 no. 2: 431-34.

Book Chapters

T. Jones & M. Hassan Talebian. 2014. ‘Perspectives and prospects for cultural tourism in the Pasargadae region’ in A. Mozaffari (Ed.) World Heritage in Iran:  Perspectives on Pasargadae. Surrey; Ashgate: Chapter 7. 

D. Wood, B. De la Mare, B. Fulton, and T. Jones. 2012. ‘Participatory Tourism Planning at Ningaloo Reef, Western Australia’ in R. Kenchington, L. Stocker and D. Wood. (Eds.), Sustainable Coastal Management and Climate Adaptation:  Global Lessons from Regional Approaches in Australia. Melbourne; CSIRO Publishing: 177-92.

T. Jones. 2003. ‘Occupation and Decolonisation: The Japanese Interregnum and Indonesian Modern Fine Arts’ in Janis Haswell and Diana MacCallum (Eds.) Liveable Communities. Black Swan Press; Perth.

T. Jones. 2002. ‘National Culture, Local Concerns: Debating Otonomi Daerah’ in Minako Sakai (Ed.), Beyond Jakarta. Crawford; Melbourne.