Spotswood, F. and Marsh, A. (2016) What is the future of ‘behaviour change’?, in Spotswood, F. (ed) Beyond behaviour change: perspectives from a diverse field, Bristol: Policy Press.
Marsh, A. (2015) Social housing’s alternative futures, Chartered Institute for Housing policy essay (available here)
Gibb, K. and Marsh, A. (2014) European housing markets, economics and finance: after the crisis, Journal of European Real Estate Research, vol 7, no 3 [Special Issue Guest Editorial]
Ayres, S. and Marsh, A. (2013) Reflections on contemporary debates in policy studies, Policy & Politics, vol 41, no 4, 643-663.
Bridge, G., Marsh, A. and Sweeting, D. (2013) Reconfiguring the local public realm, Policy & Politics, vol 41, no 3, 305-309. [Editorial to Themed Issue]
Hambleton, R., Howard, J., Marsh, A. and Sweeting, D. (2013) The prospects for mayoral governance in Bristol, Bristol: UWE.
Kennett, P., Forrest, R. and Marsh, A. (2013) The global financial economic crisis and the reshaping of housing opportunities, Housing, Theory and Society, vol 30, no 1, 10-28.
Marsh, A. (2013) The elected mayor saga continues, Policy & Politics, vol 41, no 1, 132-134.
Marsh, A. (2012a) Consumers, choice and competition, in Graham, S. (ed) Housing 2020: Six views of the future of housing associations, Coventry: Orbit.
Marsh, A. (2012b) Economic approaches, The International Encyclopaedia of Housing and the Home, (ed. Susan J Smith et al), Elsevier.
Marsh, A. (2012c) Is it time to put the dream of Elected Mayors to bed?, Policy & Politics, vol 40, no 4, 607-611.
Marsh, A. (2012d) Putting markets in their place, Liberator Magazine, Issue 355, September.
Marsh, A. and Gibb, K. (2011a) Fundamentals are, well, fundamental, Housing, Theory and Society, vol 28, no 3, 292-299.
Marsh, A. and Gibb, K. (2011b) Housing Economics, Sage Library in Economics, London: Sage (5 vols).
Marsh, A. and Gibb, K. (2011c) Uncertainty, expectations and behavioural aspects of housing market choices, Housing, Theory and Society, vol 28, no 3, 215-235.
Less formal publications
Occasionally I write up presentations or blogs related to housing, policy or economics and they are too long to post on the blog. So I post them at Scribd.com/alexmarsh999 as well. They can be downloaded for free.