In or Out? An Impartial Guide to the EU, Accent Press, Wales UK, 2016. ebook and print on demand. www.accentpress.co.uk
The books listed are out of print but most are listed on Amazon.
Parliament and Public Spending: The Expenditure Committee of the House of Commons, Heinemann, London, 1978 (184 pp)
(with CT Sandford), Tax Policy Making in the United Kingdom, Heinemann, London, 1983(245 pp)
(with Adrian Webb) ed, The European Parliament in the Policy Making Process. PSI, 1985 (61 pp)
(with Caroline Bray) eds, The Public Image of the European Parliament, PSI, 1986 (77 pp)
(with Paul Robinson), A Constitution for Europe, New Europe, London, 2003.
Chapters in books
‘The House of Commons and Public Expenditure’ in The Commons in the Seventies, ed S A Walkland and Michael Ryle, Martin Robertson, London, 1977, 129-148
‘Parliament and Public Expenditure’, in The Commons Today, ed S A Walkland and M Ryle, Fontana, 1980
‘The Myth of Central Control’, in The New Sociology of Modern Britain, ed Eric Butterworth and David Weir, 1984 edition (first edition published 1970), Fontana, London, 1984.
‘The Treasury and Civil Service Committee’, in The New Select Committees, ed Gavin Drewry, Oxford University Press, 1985, 268-285
‘The Financial Work of the Select Committees’, in The New Select Committees, ed Gavin Drewry, Oxford University Press, 1985, 307-318
‘Tax and the Family’, in Fiscal Policy: Essays in Honour of Cedric Sandford, ed David Collard, Avebury , 1989.
‘The House of Commons and Public Money’, in The Commons under Scrutiny, eds Michael Ryle and Peter G Richards, Routledge, 1988, 114-156
‘European Economic and Monetary Union, and European Political Union’, The New European, Spring 1991, 37-41
‘A Changing Environment’, in The Directors’ Guide to Pensions, Institute of Directors, 1992, 11-14.
‘Prospects for PPBS in USA, Canada and Britain: Some Macro Variables Examined’, Public Administration Bulletin, June 1972, 2-15
‘Wealth Tax: The Select Committees members and the task they face (with Cedric Sandford), Accountants Weekly, February 1975, 16-27
‘Public Spending’, (with Cedric Sandford), The Banker, November 1976, 1241-1255
‘ Flexibility in Budget Policy: The Changing Problems and Requirments of Public Budgeting'(with Bengt-Christer Ysander), Working Paper No 50, The Industrial Institute for Economic and Social Research, Stockhol, August 1981, 57 pp plus statistical appendix.
‘The Myth of Central Control’ The Listener, 17 June 1981, 9-10. Reprinted in The New Sociology of Modern Britain, ed Eric Butterworth and David Weir, Fontana, 1983, 435-440
‘The Inflexibilitiy of Contemporary Budgets’ (with Bengt-Christer Ysander, Public Budgeting and Finance, Vol 2, No 3, Autumn 1982, 7-20
‘Reestablishing Budget Flexibility’ (with Bengt-Christer Ysander), Public Budgeting and Finance, Vol 2, no 3, Autumn 1982, 21-42
‘MPs and MEPs – Channels of Communication’, Policy Studies, Vol 3, part 4, April 1983, 288-304
‘Parliamentary Control of Public Expenditure’, Memorandum of Evidence to the Select Committee on Procedure, First Report from the Select Committee on Procedure (Finance), HC 24, 111, 1982-83, 10-18
‘Breaking the Tax Policy Mould’, (with Cedric Sandford), Accountancy, October 1983, 118-126
‘Monitoring the Treasury – The Treasury and Civil Service Committee’, in Parliamentary Select Committees in Action, ed Dilys M Hill, Strathclyde Papers on Government and Politics, no 24, 1983, 272-3o1
‘What are the implications of devolved budgeting for Ministeral Responsibility?’, Public Administration, Vol 65, No 1, Spring 1987, 62-68
‘Financial Management Initiative: Has it a future?’, (with Cedric Sandford), Accountancy, October 1987, 129-132