Professor Andrew Hindmoor - Full List of Publications
- Hindmoor, A. 12 Days: The Making of Modern Britain (Oxford University Press)
- Hindmoor A (2018) What's Left Now?: The History and Future of Social Democracy. Oxford University Press.
- Hindmoor A & Taylor B (2015) Rational Choice. Palgrave Macmillan.
- Bell S & Hindmoor A (2015) Masters of the Universe, Slaves of the Market. Harvard University Press.
- Bell S & Hindmoor A (2009) Rethinking governance: The centrality of the state in modern society. Cambridge University Press.
- Bell S & Hindmoor A (2018) Are the major global banks now safer? Structural continuities and change in banking and finance since the 2008 crisis. Review of International Political Economy, 25(1), 1-27. View this article in WRRO
- Dommett K, Hindmoor A & Wood M (2017) Who meets whom: Access and lobbying during the coalition years. The British Journal of Politics and International Relations, 19(2), 389-407. View this article in WRRO
- Bell S & Hindmoor A (2016) Structural Power and the Politics of Bank Capital Regulation in the United Kingdom. Political Studies, 65(1), 103-121. View this article in WRRO
- Dowding K, Hindmoor A & Martin A (2016) The Comparative Policy Agendas Project: theory, measurement and findings. Journal of Public Policy, 36(01), 3-25.
- Dowding K, Hindmoor A & Martin A (2016) Attention, content and measurement: rejoinder to Adams and Jones. Journal of Public Policy, 36(01), 46-50. View this article in WRRO
- Bell S & Hindmoor A (2015) Taming the City? Ideas, Structural Power and the Evolution of British Banking Policy Amidst the Great Financial Meltdown. New Political Economy, 20(3), 454-474.
- Bell S & Hindmoor A (2014) The ideational shaping of state power and capacity: Winning battles but losing the war over Bank Reform in the US and UK. Government and Opposition, 49(3), 342-368.
- Bell S & Hindmoor A (2014) The Structural Power of Business and the Power of Ideas: The Strange Case of the Australian Mining Tax. New Political Economy, 19(3), 470-486.
- Hindmoor A & McConnell A (2014) Who saw it coming? The UK's great financial crisis. Journal of Public Policy.
- Martin A, Dowding K, Hindmoor A & Gibbons A (2014) The opinion–policy link in Australia. Australian Journal of Political Science, 49(3), 499-517.
- Bell S & Hindmoor A (2014) Masters of the universe but slaves of the market: Bankers and the great financial meltdown. British Journal of Politics and International Relations.
- Dowding K, Hindmoor A & Martin A (2013) Causes, Content and Party Influence on the Australian Policy Agenda. AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION, 72(4), 481-484.
- Dowding K, Hindmoor A & Martin A (2013) Australian Public Policy: Attention, Content and Style. AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION, 72(2), 82-88.
- Bell S & Hindmoor A (2013) The Politics of Australia's Mining Tax: A Response to Marsh and Lewis. New Political Economy.
- Hindmoor A & Mcconnell A (2013) Why Didn't They See it Coming? Warning Signs, Acceptable Risks and the Global Financial Crisis. Political Studies.
- Botterill LC & Hindmoor A (2012) Turtles all the way down: Bounded rationality in an evidence-based age. Policy Studies, 33(5), 367-379.
- Dowding K, Faulkner N, Hindmoor A & Martin A (2012) Change and Continuity in the Ideology of Australian Prime Ministers: The Governor-General's Speeches, 1946-2010. Australian Journal of Political Science, 47(3), 455-472.
- Bell S & Hindmoor A (2012) Governance without government? The case of the forest stewardship council. Public Administration, 90(1), 144-159.
- Hindmoor A & Mcgeechan J (2012) Luck, Systematic Luck and Business Power: Lucky All the Way Down or Trying Hard to get What it Wants without Trying?. Political Studies.
- Hindmoor A (2011) Review article: Major combat operations have ended? Arguing about rational choice. British Journal of Political Science, 41(1), 191-210.
- Hindmoor A (2010) The banking crisis: Grid, group and the state of the debate. Australian Journal of Public Administration, 69(4), 442-456.
- Dowding K, Hindmoor A, Iles R & John P (2010) Policy agendas in australian politics: The governor-general's speeches, 1945-2008. Australian Journal of Political Science, 45(4), 533-557.
- Hindmoor A (2010) Internships within political science. Australian Journal of Political Science, 45(3), 483-490.
- Bell S, Hindmoor A & Mols F (2010) Persuasion as governance: A state-centric relational perspective. Public Administration, 88(3), 851-870.
- Hampsher-Monk I & Hindmoor A (2010) Rational choice and interpretive evidence: Caught between a rock and a hard place?. Political Studies, 58(1), 47-65.
- Bell S & Hindmoor A (2009) The governance of public affairs. Journal of Public Affairs, 9(2), 149-159.
- Hindmoor A (2009) Explaining networks through mechanisms: Vaccination, priming and the 2001 foot and mouth disease crisis. Political Studies, 57(1), 75-94.
- Hindmoor A (2008) Policy innovation and the dynamics of party competition: A schumpeterian account of British electoral politics, 1950-2005. British Journal of Politics and International Relations, 10(3), 492-508.
- Hindmoor A (2008) Democratic accountability: Why choice in politics is both possible and necessary. AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF POLITICS AND HISTORY, 54(1), 165-166.
- Hindmoor A (2007) Handbook of public policy. AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION, 66(2), 255-256.
- Stevenson H, Hindmoor A, Pattie C & Sleat M (2017) Editorial. Political Studies, 65(3), 533-534.