Peer-reviewed journal articles
Carter, E. (2019) ‘More than marketised? Exploring the governance and accountability mechanisms at Play in Social Impact Bonds’, Journal of Economic Policy Reform, DOI: 10.1080/17487870.2019.1575736.
FitzGerald, C., Carter, E., Dixon, R. and Airoldi, M. (2019) ‘Walking the contractual tightrope: a transaction cost economics perspective on social impact bonds’, Public Money & Management, 39, 458–467.
Carter, E. (2018) ‘Making markets in employment support: does the variety of quasi-market matter for people with disabilities and health conditions?’, in: Needham, C., Heins, E., Rees, J. (Eds.), Social Policy Review 30: Analysis and Debate in Social Policy, 2018. Policy Press, Bristol.
Whitworth, A. and Carter, E. (2017) ‘Rescaling employment support accountability: From negative national neoliberalism to positively integrated city-region ecosystems’, Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space,
Carter, E. and Whitworth, A. (2016) 'Work Activation Regimes and Well-being of Unemployed People: Rhetoric, Risk and Reality of Quasi-Marketization in the UK Work Programme', Social Policy and Administration
Whitworth, A. Carter, E. Ballas, D. and Moon, G. (2016) 'Estimating uncertainty in spatial microsimulation approaches to small area estimation: A new approach to solving an old problem', Computers, Environment and Urban Systems
Carter, E. and Whitworth, A. (2015) 'Creaming and parking in quasi-marketized welfare-to-work schemes: designed out of or designed in to the UK Work Programme', Journal of Social Policy
Rees, J. Whitworth, A. and Carter, E. (2014) Support for All in the UK Work Programme? Differential Payments, Same Old Problem. Social Policy & Administration, 48(2), 221-239
Whitworth, A. and Carter, E. (2014) 'Welfare-to-work reform, power and inequality: from governance to governmentalities' Journal of Contemporary European Studies, 22, 2, pp104-117
Whitworth, A. and Carter, E. (2016) 'Employment' in Alcock, P, Haux, T, May, M and Wright, S (eds) The student's companion to social policy. Chichester: Wiley Blackwell
Rees, J., Whitworth, A. and Carter, E. (2015) 'Support for all in the UK Work Programme? Differential payments, same old problem' in Considine, M. and O'Sullivan, S. (eds.) Contracting out welfare services: Comparing international policy designs for unemployment assistance, Chicester: Wiley Blackwell.
Carter, E., FitzGerald, C., Dixon, R., Economy, C., Hameed, T., and Airoldi, M. (2018) 'Building the tools for public services to secure better outcomes: Collaboration, Prevention, Innovation', Government Outcomes Lab, University of Oxford, Blavatnik School of Government.
Carter, E. and Whitworth, A. (2015) 'Activating the (un)employed: embedded trajectories, embedded problems?' in Foster, L, Brunton, A, Deeming, C and Haux, T (eds) In defence of welfare 2. UK Social Policy Association
Whitworth, A. and Carter, E. (2015) 'Understanding Wales at the neighbourhood level: Maximising the performance of small area estimation'. Welsh Government, Cardiff Main Report (PDF)