Davies J S and Msengana-Ndlela L G, 2014, ‘Urban Power and Political Agency: Reflections on a Study of Local Economic Development in Johannesburg and Leeds’, Cities: The International Journal of Urban Policy and Planning. Published online before print, 26.9.14. DOI: 10.1016/j.cities.2014.09.001.
Davies J S, 2014, ‘Rethinking Urban Power and the Local State: Hegemony, Domination and Resistance in Neoliberal Cities’. Urban Studies. 2014/15. Published online before print 1.10.13. DOI: 10.1177/004209801350515.
Davies J S and Spicer A, 2014, “Interrogating Networks: Towards an Agnostic Perspective on Governance Research”. Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy. Advance online publication, DOI:10.1068/c11292.
Davies J S,2014,‘Coercive Cities: Reflections on the Dark Side of Urban Power in the 21st Century’. Journal of Urban Affairs. 36(S2): 590-599.
Davies J S, 2013, ‘Just do it differently? ‘Everyday making, Marxism, and the struggle against neoliberalism’, Policy & Politics41(4): 497-513. 40th Anniversary special edition.
Davies J S, 2012, ‘Network Governance Theory: A Gramscian Critique’. Environment and Planning A, 44(11), 2687 – 2704.
Davies J S and Pill M, 2012, “Hollowing Out Neighbourhood Governance? Rescaling Revitalization in Baltimore and Bristol” Urban Studies, 49(10), 2199-2217.
Davies J S, 2012, Active Citizenship: Navigating the Conservative Heartlands of the New Labour Project’. Policy & Politics, 40(1), 3-19.
Davies J S, 2011, Challenging Governance Theory: From Networks to Hegemony. Bristol, Policy Press.
Davies J S, 2009, 'The limits of joined-up government: towards a political analysis', Public Administration, 87(1), 80-96.
Davies J S, 2007, 'The limits of partnership: an exit-action strategy for local democratic inclusion', Political Studies, 55(4), 2007, 779-800.