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Hambleton, R. and Sweeting, D. (2014) Innovation in urban political leadership. Reflections on the introduction of a directly-elected mayor in Bristol, UK. Public Money and Management, 34 (5). pp. 315-322. ISSN 0954-0962
Howard, J. and Sweeting, D. (2007) Addressing the legitimacy of the council-manager executive in local government. Local Government Studies, 33 (5). 633 -656. ISSN 0300-3930
Sweeting, D. and Sullivan, H. (2006) Different contexts for community leadership in English local government. In: European Consortium for Political Research, Joint Sessions, Nicosia, local political leadership workshop, January, 2006.
Haus, M. and Sweeting, D. (2006) Local democracy and political leadership: Drawing a map. Political Studies, 54 (2). pp. 267-288. ISSN 0032-3217
Haus, M. and Sweeting, D. (2006) Mayors, citizens and local democracy. In: Magnier, A., Heinelt, H. and Back, H., eds. (2006) Political Leaders in European Cities. Opladen: Leske and Burdich, pp. 151-175. ISBN 3-351-1 4574-6
Sullivan, H., Downe, J., Entwistle, T. and Sweeting, D. (2006) The three challenges of community leadership. Local Government Studies, 32 (4). pp. 489-507. ISSN 0300-3930
Sweeting, D. and Klausen, J. E. (2005) Legitimacy, citizen participation and community involvement in governance. In: Heinelt, H. and Haus, M., eds. (2005) Urban Governance and Democracy. Routledge. ISBN 9780415459792
Sullivan, H. and Sweeting, D. (2005) Meta-evaluation of the local government modernisation agenda: Progress report on community leadership and local government. Technical Report. ODPM, London.
Hambleton, R. and Sweeting, D. (2004) U.S.-style leadership for English local government? Public Administration Review, 64 (4). pp. 474-488. ISSN 0033-3352
Howard, J. and Sweeting, D. (2004) Addressing the legitimacy of the council-manager executive in local government. In: City Futures, Chicago, 8-10 July 2004.
Sweeting, D., Hambleton, R., Huxham, C., Stewart, M. and Vangen, S. (2004) Leadership and partnership in urban governance: Evidence from London, Bristol and Glasgow. In: Boddy, M. and Parkinson, M., eds. (2004) City Matters: Competitiveness, Cohesion and Urban Governance. Bristol: The Policy Press, pp. 349-366. ISBN 9781861344458
Hambleton, R. and Sweeting, D. (2004) Interactive governance: A view from the UK. In: Denters, B., Van Heffen, O., Huisman, J. and Klok, P.-J., eds. (2004) The Rise of Interactive Governance and Quasi-Markets. Kluwer Academic Publishers. ISBN 9781402017421
Sweeting, D. (2003) How strong is the Mayor of London? Policy and Politics, 31 (4). pp. 465-478. ISSN 0305-5736
Sweeting, D. and Haus, M. (2003) Political leaders and notions of democracy. In: Political Leadership and Local Democracy, Current Developments on Local Democracy Section, at the European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR) Conference, Marburg, Germany, 18-21 September 2003.
Klausen, J. E. and Sweeting, D. (2002) Legitimacy, citizen participation and community involvement in governance. In: Academic workshop of the Participation, Leadership and Urban Sustainability (PLUS) research project, Darmstadt, Germany, 17th - 18th October, 2002.
Haus, M., Schwab, B. and Sweeting, D. (2002) Mayors and local democracy. In: Workshop of the Political Leaders in European Cities research project, Madrid, Spain, 30th June - 2nd July, 2002.
Sweeting, D. (2002) Leadership in urban governance: The Mayor of London. Local Government Studies, 28 (1). pp. 3-20. ISSN 0300-3930
Sweeting, D., Hambleton, R., Stewart, M., Huxham, C. and Vangen, S. (2002) Leadership in urban governance: The mobilisation of collaborative advantage. Technical Report. University of the West of England.
Sweeting, D. and Ball, H. (2002) Overview and scrutiny of leadership: The experience of Bristol City Council. Local Governance, 28 (3). pp. 201-212. ISSN 1464-0899
Sweeting, D., Hambleton, R. and Stewart, M. (2001) Evaluation of Bristol city council's overview and scrutiny system. Technical Report. University of the West of England.
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