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Riseborough Research & Consultancy Associates

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Publications including chapters in peer reviewed books

 

Riseborough M, Hall S and Gearing B (2002)  Unit 17 Changing Communities. The Open University. Care Welfare and Community. Workbook 5. Continuity and Change.  The Open University: Milton Keynes. Pg 153-196.

 

Riseborough M, Fletcher P and Mullins D (1999). The Case for a Common Currency. Clearer Definitions and Descriptions for Sheltered and Supported Housing. A Discussion Paper for the Housing Corporation. Birmingham: CURS, School of Public Policy and the Housing Corporation. Pp 1 – 34.

 

Gaster L, Deakin N, Riseborough M, McCable A, Wainwright S and Rogers H. (1998).  History Strategy or Lottery? The Realities of Local Government/Voluntary Sector relationships. Birmingham: Local Government Management Board and the University of Birmingham. Pp 1–105.

 

Riseborough M (1998) From Consumerism to Citizenship. European Perspectives on Independent Living in Older Age. Anchor Trust/Housing and Older People in Europe network. Pp 1-36.

 

Riseborough M (1998) Discussion Paper for the Joseph Rowntree Foundation, Social Housing Landlords and Housing Plus. Birmingham: CURS, University of Birmingham. Pp 1-12.

 

Riseborough M (1998) Integrating Care, Housing and Community. A Fresh Approach for Older People. St Albans: The Abbeyfield Society. Pp 1 – 39.

 

Riseborough M (1998) (Ed). Setting the Quality Standard for Independent Living. Oxford: Anchor Trust/HOPE Network. Pp 1-36.

 

Riseborough M (1998).” More Control and Choice for Users? Involving Tenants in Social Housing Management”. Marsh A and Mullins D (Eds). Housing and Public Policy. Buckingham: Open University Press, Pp 221-245.

 

Marsh A and Riseborough M (1998). “Expanding Private Renting. Renting Flexibly at a Price? “ Marsh A and Mullins D (Eds). Housing and Public Policy. Buckingham: Open University Press, Pp 99-123.

 

Riseborough M (1998) “Adding Life to Years. New Ideas and attitudes to Housing for Older People”. Participation and Involvement of Older People. Coalbrookdale: Building and Social Housing Foundation, Pp 26-28.

 

Riseborough M (1998).”Regeneration and the Curious Tale of Gender Blindness.” C. Talbot (Ed), The International Journal of Public Sector Management. Manchester: MCB Press, 11, 7, Pp 611 –621.

 

Riseborough M (1998). “Regeneration and the Curious Tale of Gender Blindness”, Local Governance. Birmingham: Institute of Local Government Studies, School of Public Policy, University of Birmingham, 24, 1, Pp 31-42.

 

*Riseborough M (1998). “Regeneration and the Curious Tale of Gender Blindness”. C. Talbot (Ed), The International Journal of Public Sector Management. Manchester: MCB Press, 11, 7, Pp 611 –621. http://www.emeraldinsight.com/doi/abs/10.1108/09513559810247957

 

Mullins D and Riseborough M (1997). Changing with the Times: Critical Interpretations of the Repositioning of Housing Associations. Birmingham: School of Public Policy, University of Birmingham, occasional paper no 12.

 

Riseborough M (1997) “The Sew Group. Involving Women in Designing Out Crime on the Bloomsbury Estate.” McIver S and Skelcher C (Eds).

 

Consumerism and User Involvement in Public services. Birmingham: School of Public Policy, University of Birmingham, Pp 1-36.

 

Marsh A and Riseborough M (1994). “Housing Benefit in Britain: An Outline and Evaluation”. Urban Housing Research. Japan: Urban Housing Institute, March (in Japanese) Pp 1- 13.

 

Mullins D, Niner P and Riseborough M (1993).  Large Scale Voluntary Transfers. Malpass P and Means R (Eds), Implementing Housing Policy. Buckingham: Open University Press, Pp 169-184.

 

 

Official reports

 

Riseborough M. Co-authors Fletcher P and Mullins D. (1999) What Future for Category 1 Sheltered Housing?  Birmingham. School of Public Policy. University of Birmingham.  ISBN 0-07044-2218-2

 

Fletcher P, Riseborough M, Humphries J, Jenkins C and Whittingham P (1999). Citizenship and Services in Older Age. The Strategic Role of Very Sheltered Housing. Beaconsfield. Housing 21.

 

Riseborough M and Hawkins S (1998) Report on Devising Quality of Life Indicators on the Sandpits Estate. Birmingham, CURS, University of Birmingham. Pp 1 – 35.

 

Riseborough M and Hawkins S (1998) Devising Quality of Life Indicators. Report on Chamberlain Gardens. Birmingham: CURS, University of Birmingham.

 

Hall SG, Nevin B, Beazley M, Burfitt A, Collinge C, Lee P, Loftman P, Riseborough M and Sribijlanin A (1998). Competition, Partnership and Regeneration.: Lessons form Three Rounds of the Single Regeneration Budget Fund. Birmingham: Local Government Association and CURS, University of Birmingham. Pp 1-98.

 

Riseborough M (1997) Community Alarm Services Today and Tomorrow. Oxford: Anchor Trust. Pp 1 – 58.

 

Riseborough M (1997). The Gender Report. Women and Regional Regeneration in the West Midlands. Birmingham: CURS, University of Birmingham. Pp 1-35.

 

Mullins D, Niner P and Riseborough M (1997) Housing Need in Southend-on-Sea. Birmingham: CURS, University of Birmingham. Pp 1-75.

 

Riseborough M (1996). Listening to and Involving Older Tenants. Part One and Part Two.Oxford: Anchor Trust. Pp 1-60 Part One, Pp 1-21 Part Two.

 

Riseborough M (1995) (Ed). Opening up the Resources of Sheltered Housing to the Community. Oxford: Anchor Housing Association. Pp 1- 35.

 

Lee P, Marsh A, Murie A and Riseborough M (1995) The Price of Social Exclusion. London: National Housing Federation. Pp 1-55.

 

Mullins D, Niner P and Riseborough M (1995) Evaluating Large Scale Voluntary Transfers of Local Authority Housing. A Final Report. London: HMSO. Pp 1-154.

 

Marsh A and Riseborough M (1995) Making Ends Meet. Older People, Housing Association Costs and the Affordability of Rented Housing. London: National Housing Federation. Pp 1-93.

 

Riseborough M and White J (1995) Women and Safety in Birmingham. A report to Birmingham City Council.  Birmingham: CURS, School of Public Policy, University of Birmingham. Pp 1-85.

 

Riseborough M and Niner P (1994). I Didn’t Know You Cared. A Survey of Anchor Housing’s Sheltered Tenants. Oxford: Anchor Housing Association.Pp 1 - 80

 

Niner P and Riseborough M (1994) Who Wants Sheltered Housing? The Findings of a Survey of Applicants for Sheltered Housing. Oxford: Anchor Housing Association. Pp 1-36.

 

Mullins D, Niner P and Riseborough M (1992) Evaluating Large Scale Transfers of Local Authority Housing. An Interim Report. London: HMSO. Pp 1-70.

 

Mullins D, Niner P and Riseborough M (1990). Housing Need in Southend on Sea. Birmingham: CURS, University of Birmingham. Pp 1 – 175.

 

 

Consultancy reports

 

Riseborough M and Fisk M (1999). Consultancy report on the NBHA Community Alarm Service and Options. CURS, University of Birmingham.  Pp 1-20.

 

Riseborough M and Lee P (1998). Report on Customers Views. The Independent Review Service for the Social Fund. Birmingham: CURS, University of Birmingham.

Pp 1–26.

 

Riseborough M, Mullins D and Marsh A (1996) Creating a Shared Vision. The Housing and Support Needs of Older People. Report on a Consultancy. Birmingham: CURS and Warwickshire County Social Services Department. Pp 1–75.

 

Marsh A and Riseborough M (1993) Report on Student Satisfaction with University Residences for the University of Birmingham. Birmingham: CURS, University of Birmingham. Pp 1–30.

 

Marsh A and Riseborough M (1993) Pupil Attainment in Waltham Forest. A Study Commissioned by Waltham Forest Education Department. Birmingham: CURS, University of Birmingham. Pp 1–25.

 

Riseborough M (1991) Report on Childcare Needs from Parents in Trafford, Manchester. A Study Commissioned by Trafford Borough Council. Birmingham: CURS, University of Birmingham. Pp 1-39.

 

 

Professional journal papers

 

Riseborough M and Davis H (1998). “The Best Years of Our Lives?” Housing Today. London: National Housing Federation, 109, P 19.

 

Mullins D and Riseborough M (1998). “The Search for Identity. David Mullins and Moyra Riseborough ask Chief Executives what Housing Associations stand for.” Housing Agenda. London: Housing Agenda, December 1997/January 1998, Pp 16-17.

 

Riseborough M (1997) “Business and Social Objectives”. The Stakeholder. Birmingham: University of Central England, Volume 1, No 3, Pp 18-19.

 

Marsh A and Riseborough M (1996) “Beyond their Means – Older People and Affordable Rented Housing.” London Age. London: Age Concern London, Issue 8, Pp 5-6.

 

Marsh A and Riseborough M (1995) “Demands of a New Age.” Voluntary Housing. London: National Housing Federation, September, Pp 5-6.

 

Mullins D, Niner P and Riseborough M (1992) “Life on the Transfer Market.” Housing. Coventry: Institute of Housing. October, Pp 13-14.

 

 

Academic conference papers

 

Riseborough M (1999) Regeneration and Older Citizens: Their Inclusion and Exclusion. Paper Presented at the Symposium on Urbanisation and Ageing. BSG Conference, Bournemouth. September 1999. Pp 1– 12.

 

Riseborough M and Mullins D, (1999). Making Policy or Implementing Programmes. The Role of Non Profit Making Organisations in English Social Housing. A paper presented to the Third International Research Symposium on Public Management 25-26 March 1999, Pp 1- 23.

 

*Mullins D and Riseborough M (1998). Reading and Shaping the Non Profit Housing Agenda. Conference Proceedings Third Sector Paper Presented at the Centre for Voluntary Organisation, London School of economics, 20th Anniversary Conference. Pp 1-14. (Electronic publication held on disk.)

 

Riseborough M (1998/9) Housing and Older People Beyond the Millenium. Panthers or Pussycats? Presentation to the National Future Fora Help the Aged symposia, Glasgow December 1998 and Birmingham January 1999.

 

Riseborough M (1998) Older People and Communities. Paper presented at Future Housing Strategies for Older People. The Housing for Older People in Europe Conference. Marriott Hotel, Amsterdam October, Pp 1-5.

 

Riseborough M (1998) Hearing from Tenants on Best Value. New for Old. The National Housing Federation Housing for Older People Conference, Bristol. November. Pp 1-5.

 

Riseborough M (1997). Regeneration and the Curious Tale of Gender Blindness. Paper Presented at the International Research Symposium on Public Services Management. Aston University, September 1997, Pp 1-11.

 

Riseborough M (1997) Affording Housing Costs. Update on Research. The National Housing Federation Conference on Housing and Older People, 6-7 November, Pp 1-5.

 

Riseborough M (1997) Private Bodies Working in the Public Interest? Housing Associations Presenting Images of Self. 3rd Researching the Voluntary Sector Conference, South Bank University, London September. Pp 1-14.

 

Mullins D and Riseborough M (1996). Managerial Strategy and Organisational Purpose. How Housing Associations are Responding to their Move from the Margin to the Mainstream. Paper presented to the International Research Symposium on Public Services Management, Aston University. March. Pp 1-28.

 

Riseborough M and Sykes R (1995). From Paternalism to Participation. Older People and Involvement in Sheltered Housing. Paper presented to the British Gerontological Association Conference, Keele, September. Pp 1 – 20.

 

Marsh A and Riseborough M (1995). Ageing, Housing and the Changing Context of Social Welfare: The Attitudes and Expectations of Older People in England. Paper Presented to the European Sociological Association Conference on European Societies: Fusion or Fission? Budapest, Hungary, August – September. Pp 1 – 26.

 

Mullins D and Riseborough M (1994). Public Housing: Ownership and Transfer and User Choice. The Case of the Transfer of Council Housing in England to New Landlords. Paper presented at the International Research Conference on Housing, Beijing, September 21-24, Pp 1- 17.

 

Riseborough M (1994). Older People and Place: Involvement and Participation in Housing. Paper presented to the International Association of Planning. University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, December. Pp 1 –15.

 

Riseborough M and White J (1994). New Wine in Old Bottles: Women and Safety. Paper presented at the International Sociological Association Conference, Bielefeld, Germany, July. Pp 1 –18.

 

Marsh A, Riseborough M and Symon P (1993). The Housing Position of Lone Parents in Britain. The Impact of Welfare Restructuring on Housing Outcomes. Paper presented at the European Network of Housing Researchers Conference, Budapest, Hungary, September. Pp 1 –30.

 

 

Short works

 

Riseborough M and Smith M (1998), (Eds). Different Voices: Research and Practice on the Voluntary, Community and Not for Profit Sectors. West Midlands Perspectives. Birmingham: School of Public Policy, University of Birmingham, Volume 2, Pps 1 – 48.

 

Riseborough M (1998). Housing Associations and Regeneration. The Case of Housing Plus as a Measure of Commitment to Local Communities. Different Voices: Research and Practice on the Voluntary, Community and Not for Profit Sectors. West Midlands Perspectives. Birmingham: School of Public Policy, University of Birmingham, Volume 2, Pps 23-39.

 

Riseborough M (1997), Beazley M, Deakin N, McCabe A, Smith M and Swain M.(Eds.) Different Voices: Research and Practice on the Voluntary, Community and Not for Profit Sectors. West Midlands Perspectives. Birmingham: School of Public Policy, University of Birmingham, Volume 1, Pp 1–50.

Publications Archive: Pre-2000