2018

Hill O Connor, C. Mazzei, M. & Baker, R. (2018) Self reliant groups from India to Scotland: lessons from south to north. Community Development Journal, published online August 2018.

Macaulay, B., Mazzei, M., Roy, M.J., Teasdale. S. & Donaldson, C. (2018) Differentiating the effect of social enterprise activities on health. Social Science and Medicine, 200, 211- 217.

Murray, Gillian (2018) Community Business in Scotland: An alternative vision of 'Enterprise Culture', 1979-1997. Twentieth Century British History, published online June 2018.  

2017

Hill O’Connor, C. & Baker, R. (2017) Working with and for social enterprises: the role of the volunteer ethnographer. Social Enterprise Journal 13(2): 180-193.

Kay, A. & McMullan, L. (2017) Contemporary challenges facing social enterprises and community organisations seeking to understand their social value. Social and Environmental Accountability Journal 37(1): 59-65.

Macaulay, B., Roy, M.J., Donaldson, C., Teasdale, S. & Kay, A., 2017. Conceptualizing the health and well-being impacts of social enterprise: a UK-based study. Health Promotion International.

Roy, M.J., Baker, R., & Kerr, S., (2017) Conceptualising the Public Health Role of Actors Operating Outside of Formal Health Systems: The Case of Social Enterprise. Social Science & Medicine (172): 144–152.

2016

Kay, A. Roy, M.J. & Donaldson, C. (2016) Re-Imagining Social Enterprise. Social Enterprise Journal 12(2): 217–234

Macaulay, B., 2016. In Perspective: Considering social enterprise involvement in the commissioning of health services in Shetland. Local Economy, 31, 650–659

2015

Roy, MJ, McHugh, N., Huckfield, L., Kay, A. & Dondaldson, C., (2015) The Most Supportive Environment in the World? Tracing the Development of an Institutional ‘Ecosystem’ for Social Enterprise; International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations 26(3):777-800.

2014

Roy, M. J., Donaldson, C., Baker, R., & Kerr, S. (2014). The Potential of Social Enterprise to Enhance Health and Well-Being: A Model and Systematic Review. Social Science & Medicine, 123, 182–193.