Rose, J. (2014). The Public Understanding of Political Integrity: The Case for Probity Perceptions (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan).
Rose, J., & Heywood, P. M. (2013). Political science approaches to integrity and corruption. Human Affairs, 23(2), 148-159.
Heywood, P. M., & Rose, J. (2014) “Close but no Cigar”: the measurement of corruption. Journal of Public Policy, 34(3), 507-529.
Journal impact factor: 1.125
van der Eijk C., & Rose J. (2015) Risky Business: Factor Analysis of Survey Data – Assessing the Probability of Incorrect Dimensionalisation. PLoS ONE 10(3):e0118900. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0118900
Journal impact factor: 3.534
Chapters in Edited Volumes
Rose, J. (2015) “Corruption and the Problem of Perception”, in P.M. Heywood (Ed.) Routledge Handbook of Political Corruption (London: Routledge), pp.172-182.
Heywood, P.M., & Rose, J. (2015) “Curbing Corruption or Promoting Integrity? Probing the hidden conceptual challenge” in Peter Hardi, P.M. Heywood and Davide Torsello (Eds.) Debates on Corruption and Integrity: Perspectives from Europe and the US (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan), pp.102-119.
Heywood, P.M., & Rose, J. (2015) “The Limits of Rule Governance” in Alan Lawton, Zeger Van Der Wal and Leo Huberts (Eds.) Ethics in Public Policy and Management: A Global Research Companion (London: Routledge)
Grasso, M.; The Research Advisory Board of the Committee on Standards in Public Life & Rose, J. (2011) Survey of Public Attitudes Towards Conduct in Public Life 2010 (London: Committee on Standards in Public Life).
Rose, J. & The Research Advisory Board of the Committee on Standards in Public Life (2011) Report on Party Funding Research (London: Committee on Standards in Public Life) Available online here.