Connelly A, Carter J, Handley J & Hincks SJ (2018)
Enhancing the Practical Utility of Risk Assessments in Climate Change Adaptation. Sustainability, 10(5). View this article in WRRO
Hincks S, Kingston R, Webb B & Wong C (2018)
A new geodemographic classification of commuting flows for England and Wales. International Journal of Geographical Information Science, 32(4), 663-684. View this article in WRRO
Rae A & Hincks S (2018)
Open to whom? Open-access publishing and global knowledge networks. Regional Studies Regional Science, 5(1), 183-189. View this article in WRRO
Hincks S, Deas I & Haughton G (2017)
Real Geographies, Real Economies and Soft Spatial Imaginaries: Creating a ‘More than Manchester’ Region. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 41(4), 642-657. View this article in WRRO
Rae A, Hincks S & Stephens H (2017)
The role of open access in a changing academy: reflections on a new publishing paradigm. Regional Studies, Regional Science, 4(1), 42-48. View this article in WRRO
Hincks S (2017)
Deprived neighbourhoods in transition: Divergent pathways of change in the Greater Manchester city-region. Urban Studies, 54(4), 1038-1061.
Haughton G, Deas I, Hincks S & Ward K (2016)
Mythic Manchester: Devo Manc, the Northern Powerhouse and rebalancing the English economy. Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society, 9(2), 355-370.
Wong C, Baker M, Webb B, Hincks S & Schulze-Baing A (2015)
Mapping policies and programmes: the use of GIS to communicate spatial relationships in England. Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design, 42(6), 1020-1039.
Ward K, Deas I, Haughton G & Hincks S (2015)
Placing Greater Manchester. Representation, 51(4), 417-424.
Hincks S (2015)
Neighbourhood Change and Deprivation in the Greater Manchester City-Region. Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space, 47(2), 430-449.
Haughton G, Deas I & Hincks S (2015)
Letters to the Editor: Reply to Overman. Environment and Planning A, 47(1), 243-246.
Deas I & Hincks S (2014)
Migration, Mobility and the Role of European Cities and Regions in Redistributing Population. European Planning Studies, 22(12), 2561-2583.
Hincks S, Webb B & Wong C (2014)
Fragility and Recovery: Housing, Localities and Uneven Spatial Development in the UK. Regional Studies, 48(11), 1842-1862.
Haughton G, Deas I & Hincks S (2014)
Making an impact: when agglomeration boosterism meets antiplanning rhetoric. Environment and Planning A, 46(2), 265-270.
Deas I, Hincks S & Headlam N (2013)
Explicitly permissive? Understanding actor interrelationships in the governance of economic development: The experience of England’s Local Enterprise Partnerships. Local Economy: The Journal of the Local Economy Policy Unit, 28(7-8), 718-737.
Hincks S & Baker M (2013)
Housing market areas and the strategic planning of housing in England. Town Planning Review, 84(1), 127-152.
Hincks S, Leishman C & Watkins C (2013)
Planning and housing: concepts, policy instruments and market analysis. Town Planning Review, 84(1), 1-7.
Hincks S & Baker M (2012)
A Critical Reflection on Housing Market Area Definition in England. Housing Studies, 27(7), 873-897.
Hincks S (2012)
Daily Interaction of Housing and Labour Markets in North West England. Regional Studies, 46(1), 83-104.
Baker M, Hincks S & Graeme S (2011)
Revisiting … Getting Involved in Plan Making: Participation and Stakeholder Involvement in Local and Regional Spatial Strategies in England. Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 29(6), 952-957.
Baker M, Hincks S & Sherriff G (2010)
Getting Involved in Plan Making: Participation and Stakeholder Involvement in Local and Regional Spatial Strategies in England. Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 28(4), 574-594.
Lord A & Hincks S (2010)
Making Plans: The Role of Evidence in England's Reformed Spatial Planning System. Planning Practice & Research, 25(4), 477-496.
Hincks S & Wong C (2010)
The Spatial Interaction of Housing and Labour Markets: Commuting Flow Analysis of North West England. Urban Studies, 47(3), 620-649.
Baker M & Hincks S (2009)
Infrastructure delivery and spatial planning: The case of English Local Development Frameworks. Town Planning Review, 80(2), 173-199.
Brown PJB & Hincks S (2008)
A Framework for Housing Market Area Delineation: Principles and Application. Urban Studies, 45(11), 2225-2247.
Hoole C, Hincks S & Rae A () The contours of a new urban world? Megacity population growth and density since 1975.
Town Planning Review. View this article in WRRO
Martin M, Deas I & Hincks S () The role of temporary use in urban regeneration: ordinary and extraordinary approaches in Bristol and Liverpool. Planning Practice and Research.
Deas I & Hincks S (2017) Conclusion In Deas I & Hincks S (Ed.),
Territorial Policy and Governance: Alternative Paths (pp. 220-232). Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge. View this article in WRRO
Deas I & Hincks S (2017) Introduction In Deas I & Hincks S (Ed.),
Territorial Policy and Governance: Alternative Paths (pp. 1-14). Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge. View this article in WRRO
Deas I, Haughton G & Hincks S (2015) ''A good geography is whatever it needs to be’: evolving spatial imaginaries in North West England' In Allmendinger P, Haughton G, Knieling J & Othengrafen F (Ed.),
Soft Spaces in Europe Re-negotiating Governance, Boundaries and Borders (pp. 25-44). Routledge View this article in WRRO
Wong C, Webb B, Schultz-Baing A, Baker M & Hincks S (2015) 'Spatial Synergies and Conflicts: Monitoring Government Policies and Programmes in England' In Woltjer J, Alexander E & Ruth E (Ed.),
Place-Based Evaluation for Integrated Land-Use Management (pp. 179-200). Routledge
Deas I () Territorial Policy and Governance Routledge
Wong C, Baker M, Hincks S, Schultz-Baing A & Webb B (2012)
A Map for England: Spatial Expression of Government Policies and Programmes
Wong C, Gibb K, McGreal S, Webb B, Leishman C, Blair N, Hincks S & McIntyre SJ (2011)
Housing and Neighbourhoods Monitor 2011 – Fragility and Recovery
Hincks S & Robson B (2010)
Regenerating Communities First Neighbourhoods in Wales
Baker M, Hincks S, Gong Y, Schultz-Baing A & Wong C (2010)
Recommended Housing Market Area Boundaries: Implications for Spatial Planning: Geography of Housing Market Areas in England – Paper C.
Wong C, Gibb K, McGreal S, Hincks S, Kingston R, Leishman C, Brown L & Blair N (2009)
Housing and Neighbourhood Monitor: UK-Wide Report
Baker M, Hincks S, Shaw D & Lord A (2008)
Spatial Plans in Practice: Infrastructure Delivery
Wong C, Baker M, Hincks S, Rae A, Ferrari E & Watkins C (2008) Outcome Indicators for Spatial Planning in England
Carter J, Hincks S, Vlastaras V, Connelly A & Handley J
European Climate Risk Typology.
Kingston R, Hincks S, Wong C & Webb B Commute-Flow.
Deas I & Hincks S (Ed.) (2017) Territorial Politics and Governance: Alternative Paths. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge.
Hincks S (2014)
Monitoring. In Encyclopaedia of Quality of Life and Well-Being Research. Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer. View this article in WRRO
Hincks S (2014) 'Contextual Indicators'. In Encyclopaedia of Quality of Life and Well-Being Research. Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer. View this article in WRRO