The University of Sheffield
Management School

Journal Articles

Williams, C. and Horodnic, A.V. Rethinking Informal Payments by Patients in Europe: an Institutional Approach. Health Policy, forthcoming 2017.

Williams, C. and Horodnic, I.V. Tackling the informal sector in East-Central Europe. Journal of Tax Administration, forthcoming 2017.

Williams, C.C. and Horodnic, I. (2016). Who participates in the undeclared economy in South-Eastern Europe? An evaluation of the marginalization thesis. The South Eastern Europe Journal of Economics, 13(2) 157-175.

Williams, C. and Martinez-Perez, A. (2016). Evaluating the impacts of corruption on firm performance in developing economies: an institutional perspective. International Journal of Business and Globalisation, 16(4) 401-422.

Williams, C. and Horodnic, I.A. (2016). Evaluating the illegal employer practice of under-reporting employees' salaries. British Journal of Industrial Relations, 1-29.

Williams, C., Horodnic, I.A. and Burkinshaw, L. (2016). Evaluating competing public policy approaches towards the informal economy: some lessons from the United Kingdom. International Journal of Public Sector Management, 29(4) 365-380.

Williams, C., Martinez-Perez, A. and Kedir, A. (2016). Does bribery have a negative impact on firm performance? a firm-level analysis across 132 developing countries. International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour & Research, 22(3) 398-415.

Williams, C. and Horodnic, I.A. (2016). Tackling the undeclared economy in the European Union: an evaluation of the tax morale approach. Industrial Relations Journal, 47(4) 322-340.

Williams, C., Matrinez-Perez, A. and Kedir, A.M. (2016). Informal entrepreneurship in developing economies: the impacts of starting-up unregistered on firm performance. Entrepreneurship, Theory and Practice, .

Windebank, J.E., Williams, C.C. and Horodnic, I. (2016). Explaining participation in the informal economy a purchaser perspective. International Journal of Social Economics, .

Williams, C. and Horodnic, I.A. (2016). Evaluating the participation of marginalized populations in undeclared work in the Baltic Sea countries. Journal of Contemporary European Studies, 1-17.

Urzi, D. and Williams, C. (2016). Beyond post-national citizenship: an evaluation of the experiences of Tunisian and Romanian migrants working in the agricultural sector in Sicily. Citizenship Studies, 21(1) 136-150.

Williams, C. and Kedir, A.M. (2016). Starting-up unregistered and firm performance in Turkey. International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal, .

Williams, C. and Horodnic, I.A. (2016). Evaluating the policy approaches for tackling undeclared work in the European Union. Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 1-21.

Williams, C. and Kedir, A.M. (2016). Business registration and firm performance: some lessons from India. Journal of Developmental Entrepreneurship, .

Williams, C. and Horodnic, I.A. (2016). Beyond the marginalization thesis: evaluating the participation of the formally employed in the shadow economy in the European Union. Journal of Economic Studies, 43(3) 400-417.

Williams, C. and Horodnic, I.A. (2016). An institutional theory of the informal economy: some lessons from the United Kingdom. International Journal of Social Economics, 43(7) 722-738.

Williams, C. and Horodnic, I.A. Evaluating the relationship between social exclusion and participation in the informal sector in the European Union. International Journal of Manpower, forthcoming 2016.

White, R.K. and Williams, C. (2016). Beyond capitalocentricism: are non-capitalist work practices ‘alternatives’? Area, 48(3) 325-331.

Williams, C. and Franic, J. (2016). Explaining Participation in the Informal Economy in Post-Socialist Societies: A Study of the Asymmetry between Formal and Informal Institutions in Croatia. Journal of Contemporary Central and Eastern Europe, 24(1) 51-65.

Williams, C. and Franic, J. (2016). Beyond a Deterrence Approach towards the Undeclared Economy: Some Lessons from Bulgaria. Journal of Balkan and Near Eastern Studies, 18(1) 90-106.

Williams, C. and Horodnic, I.A. (2016). Cross-country variations in the participation of small businesses in the informal economy: An institutional symmetry explanation. Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development, 23(1) 3-24.

Sallah, A. and Williams, C. (2016). Re-theorising the role of the informal economy in Sub-Saharan Africa: some lessons from Gambia. International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business, 28(2/3) .

Williams, C and Horodnic, I (2015). Evaluating the prevalence of the undeclared economy in Central and Eastern Europe: an institutional asymmetry perspective. European Journal of Industrial Relations, 21(4) 389-406.

Dibben, P, Wood, G and Williams, C.C (2015). Preassures Towards and against formalization: regulation and change in informal work in Mozambique. International Labour Review, 154(3) 373-392.

Williams, C (2015). Out of the shadows: classifying economies by the prevalence and character of employment in the informal economy. International Labour Review, 154(3) 331-351.

Williams, C. and Horodnic, I. (2015). Marginalisation and participation in the informal economy in central and eastern european nations. Post-Communist Economies, 27(2) 153-169.

Williams, C. (2015). Explaining cross - national variations in the scale of informal employment: an exploratory analysis of 41 less developed economies. International Journal of Manpower, 36(2) 118-135.

Williams, C.C (2015). Evaluating cross-national variations in envelope wage payments in East-Central Europe. Economic and Industrial Democracy, 36(2) 283-303.

Williams, C.C. (2015). Tackling informal employment in developing and transition economies: a critical evaluation of the neo-liberal approach. International Journal of Business and Globalisation, 14(3) 251-270.

Williams, C., Dzhekova, R., Franic, J. and Mishkov, L. (2015). Evaluating the policy approach towards the undeclared economy in FYR Macedonia. International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business, 24(2) 268-286.

Dotti, N.F., Van Heur, B. and Williams, C.C. (2015). Mapping the shadow economy: spatial variations in the use of high denomination bank notes in Brussels city-region. European Spatial Research and Policy, 22(1) 5-21.

Williams, C.C. and Windebank, J. (2015). Evaluating competing theories of informal employment: some lessons from a 28-nation European survey. International Journal of Business and Globalisation, .

Williams, C.C. (2015). Explaining cross-national variations in the commonality of informal sector entrepreneurship: an exploratory analysis of 38 emerging economies. Journal of Small Business and Entrepreneurship, 27(2) 191-212.

Williams, C.C., Shahid, M. and Martinez, A. (2015). Determinants of the level of informality of informal micro-enterprises: some evidence from the city of Lahore, Pakistan. World Development, 84 312-325.

Williams, C.C. and Onoshchenko, O. (2015). An evaluation of the persistence of blat in post-Soviet societies: a case study of Ukraine’s health services sector. Studies in Transition States and Societies, 7(2) 46 – 63.

Williams, C.C. and Horodnic, I. (2015). Explaining the prevalence of the informal economy in the Baltics: an institutional asymmetry perspective. European Spatial Research and Policy, 22(2) 127-144.

Williams, C.C. and Horodnic, I. (2015). Explaining and tackling the shadow economy in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania: a tax morale approach. Baltic Journal of Economics, 15(2) 81-98.

Williams, C.C. (2015). Explaining the informal economy: an exploratory evaluation of competing perspectives. Industrial Relations, 70(4) 741-765.

Williams, C.C. and Horodnic, I. (2015). Explaining and tackling envelope wages in the Baltic Sea region. Baltic Journal of Management, 10(3) 295 – 312.

Williams, C.C. and Horodnic, I. (2015). Explaining the prevalence of illegitimate wage practices in Southern Europe: an institutional analysis. South European Society and Politics, 20(2) 203-221.

Williams, C.C. (2015). Explaining cross-national variations in the informalisation of employment: some lessons from Central and Eastern Europe. European Societies, 17(4) 492-512.

Williams, C.C. and Youssef, Y. (2015). Theorizing entrepreneurship in the informal sector in urban Brazil: a product of exclusion or exit? Journal of Entrepreneurship, 24(2) 148-168.

Williams, C.C. and Horodnic, I. (2015). Are marginalised populations more likely to engage in undeclared work in the Nordic Countries? Sociological Research Online, 20(3) .

Williams, C.C. (2015). Entrepreneurship in the shadow economy: a review of the alternative policy approaches. International Journal of Small and Medium Enterprises and Sustainability, 1(1) 51-82.

Williams, C.C.,, Horodnic, I. and Windebank, J. (2015). Evaluating the prevalence and distribution of envelope wages in the European Union: lessons from a 2013 Eurobarometer survey. Journal of Contemporary European Research, 11(2) 156-172.

Williams, C.C. and Horodnic, I. (2015). Self-employment, the informal economy and the marginalisation thesis: some evidence from the European Union. International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior and Research, 21(2) 224-242.

Williams, C.C.,, Horodnic, I. and Windebank, J. (2015). Explaining participation in the informal economy: an institutional incongruence perspective. International Sociology, 30(3) 294-313.

Williams, C.C. and Franic, J. (2015). Tackling the propensity towards undeclared work: some policy lessons from Croatia. The South East European Journal of Economics and Business, 10(1) 18-31.

Williams, C.C. (2015). Tackling entrepreneurship in the informal sector: an overview of the policy options, approaches and measures. Journal of Developmental Entrepreneurship, 19(5) .

Williams, C.C. (2015). Evaluating the Variations in Employment Relations Across Developing Economies: A Degrees of Informalisation Approach. Journal of Economy and its Applications, 5(1) 1-18.

Williams, C.C. and Martinez-Perez, A. (2014). Why do consumers purchase goods and services in the informal economy? Journal of Business Research, 67(5) 802-806.

Williams, C.C. and Nadin, S. (2014). Evaluating the Participation of the Unemployed in Undeclared Work: Evidence from a 27-nation European survey. European Societies, 16(1) 68-89.

Onoshchenko, O. and Williams, C.C. (2014). Evaluating the role of blat in finding graduate employment in post-Soviet Ukraine: The "dark side" of job recruitment? Employee Relations, 36(3) 254-265.

Williams, C.C. and Martinez, A. (2014). Entrepreneurship in the informal economy: A product of too much or too little state intervention? International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, 15(4) 227-237.

Williams, C.C. (2014). Out of the shadows: a classification of economies by the size and character of their informal sector. Work, Employment and Society, 28(5) 735-753.

Williams, C.C. (2014). Explaining cross-national variations in the prevalence of envelope wages: some lessons from a 2013 Eurobarometer Survey. Industrial Relations Journal, 45(6) 524-542.

Williams, C.C. (2014). Explaining cross-national variations in the size of the shadow economy in Central and Eastern Europe. Journal of Contemporary Central and Eastern Europe, 22(2) 241-258.

Williams, C.C. and Youssef, Y. (2014). Classifying Latin American economies: a degree of informalisation approach. International Journal of Business Administration, 5(3) 73-85.

Williams, C.C. and Youssef, Y. (2014). Tackling informal entrepreneurship in Latin America: a critical evaluation of the neo-liberal policy approach. Journal of Entrepreneurship and Organization management, 3(1) 1-9.

Williams, C.C. (2014). Public policy approaches towards the undeclared economy in European countries: a critical overview. European Labour Law Journal, 5(2) 132-155.

Williams, C.C. and Martínez, Á. (2014). Explaining cross-national variations in tax morality in the European Union: An exploratory analysis. Studies of Transition States and Societies, 6(1) 5-18.

White, R. and Williams, C.C. (2014). Anarchist economic practices in a 'capitalist' society: some implications for organisation and the future of work. Ephemera: theory and politics in organization, 14(4) 947-971.

Williams, C.C. and Shahid, M.S. (2014). Informal entrepreneurship and institutional theory: explaining the varying degrees of (in)formalization of entrepreneurs in Pakistan. Entrepreneurship and Regional Development, 28(1-2) 1-25.

Williams, C.C. (2014). Tackling employment in the informal economy: a critical evaluation of the neo-liberal policy approach. Economic and Industrial Democracy, .

Williams, C.C. and Horodnic, I.A. (2014). Rethinking the marginalisation thesis: an evaluation of the socio-spatial variations in undeclared work in the European Union. Employee Relations, 37(1) 48-65.

Williams, C.C. and Dzhekova, R. (2014). Evaluating the cross-national transferability of policies: a conceptual framework. Journal of Developmental Entrepreneurship, 19(4) .

Williams, C.C. (2014). Explaining cross-national variations in the prevalence and character of undeclared employment in the European Union. European Spatial Research and Policy, 21(2) 115-131.

Williams, C.C., Franic, J. and Dzhekova, R. (2014). Explaining and tackling the undeclared economy in Bulgaria: an institutional asymmetry perspective. The South East European Journal of Economics and Business, 9(2) 33-45.

Williams, C.C. and Youssef, Y.A. (2014). Is informal sector entrepreneurship necessity- or opportunity-driven? Some lessons from urban Brazil. Business and Management Research, 3(1) 41-53.

Williams, C.C. and Martinez-Perez, A. (2014). Is the informal economy an incubator for new enterprise creation? a gender perspective. International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior and Research, 20(1) 4-19.

Williams, C.C. (2014). A critical evaluation of the policy options towards the undeclared economy. Journal of Self-Governance and Management Economics, 2(4) 7–52.

Adom, K. and Williams, C.C. (2014). Evaluating the explanations for the informal economy in third world cities: some evidence from Koforidua in the eastern region of Ghana. International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal, 10(2) 427-445.

Williams, C.C. and Martinez-Perez, A. (2014). Do small business start-ups test-trade in the informal economy? Evidence from a UK small business survey. International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business, 22(1) 1-16.

Williams, C.C. and Nadin, S. (2014). Facilitating the formalisation of entrepreneurs in the informal economy: towards a variegated policy approach. Journal of Entrepreneurship and Public Policy, 3(1) 33-48.

Williams, C.C. (2014). Tackling enterprises operating in the informal sector in developing and transition economies: a critical evaluation of the neo-liberal policy approach. Journal of Global Entrepreneurship Research, 2(9) .

Williams, C.C. (2014). Uncoupling enterprise culture from capitalism: some lessons from Moscow. Journal of Enterprising Communities, 8(2) 111-125.

Williams, C.C. and Onoshchenko, O. (2014). Evaluating the prevalence and nature of blat in post-Soviet societies: a case study of the education sector in Ukraine. International Journal of Social Economics, 41(9) 747 - 759.

Williams, C.C. and Martinez-Perez, A. (2014). Evaluating the cash-in-hand consumer culture in the European Union. Journal of Contemporary European Studies, 22(4) 466-482.

Williams, C.C. and Youssef, Y. (2014). Combating informal employment in Latin America: a critical evaluation of the neo-liberal approach. Research in World Economy, 5(2) .

Williams, C.C. (2013). Explaining employers' illicit envelope wage payments in the EU-27: a product of over-regulation or under-regulation? Business Ethics: A European Review, 22(3) 325-340.

Williams, C.C. and Nadin, S. (2013). Harnessing the hidden enterprise culture: Supporting the formalisation of off-the-books business start-ups. Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development, 20(2) 434-447.

Williams, C.C., Windebank, J., Baric, M. and Nadin, S. (2013). Public policy innovations: The case of undeclared work. Management Decision, 51(6) 1161-1175.

Williams, C.C. and Gurtoo, A. (2013). Beyond entrepreneurs as heroic icons of capitalist society: A case study of street entrepreneurs in India. International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business, 19(4) 421-437.

Williams, C.C., Nadin, S., Newton, S. and Rodgers, P. (2013). Explaining off-the-books entrepreneurship: A critical evaluation of competing perspectives. International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal, 9(3) 447-463.

Williams, C.C. (2013). Tackling europe's informal economy: A critical evaluation of the neo-liberal de-regulatory perspective. Journal of Contemporary European Research, 9(2) 261-278.

Williams, C.C. and Lansky, M.A. (2013). Informal employment in developed and developing economies: Perspectives and policy responses. International Labour Review, 152(3-4) 355-380.

Williams, C.C. and Padmore, J. (2013). "Envelope wages" in the European Union. International Labour Review, 152(3-4) 411-430.

Williams, C.C. and Padmore, J. (2013). Evaluating the prevalence and distribution of quasi-formal employment in Europe. Relations Industrielles/Industrial Relations, Vol. 68(1) 71-95.

Williams, C.C. and Youssef, Y. (2013). Evaluating the gender variations in informal sector entrepreneurship: Some lessons from Brazil. Journal of Developmental Entrepreneurship, 18(1) 1-16.

Williams, C.C. (2013). Beyond the entrepreneur as a heroic icon of capitalist culture: some lessons from Ukraine. Debatte: Journal of Contemporary Central and Eastern Europe, 21(3) 51-66.

Williams, C.C. (2013). De-linking entrepreneurship from profit-motivated capitalism: some lessons from an English locality. International Journal of Social Entrepreneurship and Innovation, 2(3) 225-239.

Williams, C.C. and Nadin, S.J. (2013). Beyond the entrepreneur as a heroic figurehead of capitalism: Re-representing the lived practices of entrepreneurs. Entrepreneurship and Regional Development, 25(07-Aug) 552-568.

Williams, C.C., Kedir, A., Nadin, S. and Vorley, T. (2013). Evaluating the extent and nature of the informalisation of employment relations in South-East Europe: a degrees of informalisation approach. European Journal of Industrial Relations, 19(2) 91-107.

Williams, C.C. (2013). Beyond the formal economy: Evaluating the level of employment in informal sector enterprises in global perspective. Journal of Developmental Entrepreneurship, 18(4) .

Williams, C.C. (2012). Explaining Undeclared Wage Payments by Employers in Central and Eastern Europe: A Critique of the Neo-liberal De-regulatory Theory. Debatte, 20(1) 3-20.

Windebank, J.E., Williams, C.C. and Nadin, S. (2012). Evaluating the prevalence and nature of self-employment in the informal economy: evidence from a 27-nation European survey. European Spatial Research and Policy, 19(1) 129-142.

Williams, C.C. and Gurtoo, A. (2012). Evaluating competing theories of street entrepreneurship: some lessons from a study of street vendors in Bangalore, India. International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal, 8(4) 391-409.

Williams, C.C. and Nadin, S. (2012). Joining up the fight against undeclared work in Europe. Management Decision, 50(10) 1758-1771.

Williams, C.C. and Nadin, S. (2012). Tackling the hidden enterprise culture: Government policies to support the formalization of informal entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurship and Regional Development, 24(9-10) 895-915.

Adom, K. and Williams, C.C. (2012). Evaluating the motives of informal entrepreneurs in Koforidua, Ghana. Journal of Developmental Entrepreneurship, 17(1) .

Williams, C.C. and Nadin, S. (2012). Beyond the commercial versus social entrepreneurship dichotomy: A case study of informal entrepreneurs. Journal of Developmental Entrepreneurship, 17(3) .

Williams, C.C. and Nadin, S. (2012). Work beyond employment: Representations of informal economic activities. Work, Employment and Society, 26(2) 1-10.

Williams, C.C. and Nadin, S. (2012). Tackling the undeclared economy in the European construction industry. Policy Studies, 33(3) 193-214.

Williams, C.C. and Nadin, S. (2012). Entrepreneurship in the informal economy: Commercial or social entrepreneurs? International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal, 8(3) 309-324.

Williams, C.C., Adom, K., Nadin, S. and Youssef, Y.A. (2012). Gender variations in the reasons for engaging in informal sector entrepreneurship: Some lessons from urban Brazil. International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business, 17(4) 478-494.

Williams, C.C., Rodgers, P. and Baric, M. (2012). International capital flows and small business development: Evaluating the role of international remittances. European Journal of International Management, 6(5) 486-502.

Williams, C.C., Nadin, S. and Rodgers, P. (2012). Evaluating competing theories of informal entrepreneurship: Some lessons from Ukraine. International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior and Research, 18(5) 528-543.

Williams, C.C. (2012). Cross-national variations in the under-reporting of wages in South-East Europe: A result of over-regulation or under-regulation? The South East European Journal of Economics and Business, 7(1) 53-61.

Dibben, P. and Williams, C.C. (2012). Varieties of Capitalism and Employment Relations: Informally Dominated Market Economies. Industrial Relations/Relations Industrielles, 51 563-582.

Hudson, J., Williams, C.C., Orviska, M. and Nadin, S. (2012). Evaluating the impact of the informal economy on businesses in South East Europe: Some lessons from the 2009 world bank enterprise survey. South East European Journal of Economics and Business, 7(1) 99-110.

Williams, C.C. Harnessing the hidden enterprise culture. Royal Society of the Arts, forthcoming 2012.

Williams, C.C. Fellows profile: Colin C Williams. Royal Society of the Arts Newsletter, forthcoming 2012.

Windebank, J.E., Williams, C.C., Nadin, S. and Rodgers, P. (2012). Evaluating the participation of students in the informal economy: some lessons from a European survey. Journal of Economy and its Applications, 2(1) 51-65.

Dibben, P., Wood, G., Le, H. and Williams, C.C. (2011). MNCs in Central, Southern and Central Europe and the former Soviet Union: investment decisions and the regulation of employment. Human Resources Management, 21(4) 379-394.

Williams, C.C., Kedir, A. and Fethi, M. (2011). Illegitimate wage practices in Southeast Europe: An evaluation of "Envelope Wages". Balkanistica, 24(1) 239-262.

Williams, C.C., Nadin, S. J., Rodgers, P. and Round, J. (2011). Re-thinking the nature of community economies: some lessons from post-Soviet Ukraine. Community Development Journal, 46(2) 213-228.

Round, J and Williams, C.C. (2011). Everyday tactics and spaces of power: the role of informal economies in post-Soviet Ukraine [in Russian]. Journal of Social Policy Studies, .

Williams, C.C. (2011). Socio-spatial variations in community self-help: a total social organisation of labour perspective. Social Policy and Society, 10(3) 365-375.

Williams, C.C., Fuenmayor, A. and Dasi, S. (2011). Innovation and creativity in the automobile industry: environmental proposals and initiatives. The Service Industries Journal, 31(12) 1931-1942.

Nadin, S. and Williams, C.C. (2011). Psychological contract violation beyond an employees' perspective: the perspective of employers. Employee Relations, 34(2) 110-125.

Williams, C.C., Nadin, S.J. and Windebank, J. (2011). Undeclared work in the European construction industry: Evidence from a 2007 Eurobarometer survey. Construction Management and Economics, 29(8) 853-867.

Williams, C.C. (2011). The illusion of capitalism in contemporary sub-Saharan Africa: a case study of the Gambia. Foresight: The international journal of applied forecasting, 13(3) 50-63.

Williams, C.C. and Nadin, S. (2011). Beyond the commercial versus social entrepreneurship divide: some lessons from English localities. Social Enterprise Journal, 7(2) 118-129.

Williams, C.C., Nadin, S. and Baric, M. (2011). Evaluating the participation of the self-employed in undeclared work: Some evidence from a 27-nation European survey. International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal, 7(3) 341-356.

Williams, C.C. and Gurtoo, G. (2011). Women entrepreneurs in the Indian informal sector: marginalisation dynamics or institutional rational choice? International Journal of Gender and Entrepreneurship, 3(1) 44713.

Williams, C.C., Nadin, S., Rodgers, P. and Round, J. (2011). Beyond the formal/informal labour dualism: mapping the social organization of labour in Moscow. Sociological Research On-Line, 16(1) .

Williams, C.C. and Nadin, S. (2011). Re-reading entrepreneurship in the hidden economy: Commercial or social entrepreneurs? International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business, 14(4) 441-455.

Williams, C.C. and Nadin, S. (2011). Theorising the hidden enterprise culture: The nature of entrepreneurship in the shadow economy. International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business, 14(3) 334-348.

Williams, C.C. (2011). How can the Sheffield City region overcome national and international influences and continue to grow? Sheffield First for Business Magazine, 16-17.

Williams, C.C. and Nadin, S. (2011). Reducing social contributions as a measure to tackle undeclared work in the European Union. International Labor Brief (Korea), .

Williams, C.C. and Nadin, S. (2011). Can I have it in cash? Tackling enterprises in the cash-in-hand economy. Enterprising Matters, .

Williams, C.C. (2011). Entrepreneurship, the informal economy and rural communities. Journal of Enterprising Communities, 5(2) 145-157.

Williams, N. and Williams, C.C. (2011). Beyond necessity versus opportunity entrepreneurship: some lessons from English deprived urban neighbourhoods. International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal, 1-18.

Williams, C.C. and Round, J. (2011). Beyond competing theories of the hidden economy: Some lessons from Moscow. Journal of Economic Studies, 38(2) 171-185.

Williams, C.C. (2011). A critical evaluation of competing conceptualizations of informal employment: Some lessons from England. Review of Social Economy, 69(2) 211-237.

Williams, C.C. (2011). Geographical variations in the nature of community engagement: A total social organization of labour approach. Community Development Journal, 46(2) 213-228.

Williams, C.C., Nadin, S. and Rodgers, P. (2011). Beyond a "varieties of capitalism" approach in Central and Eastern Europe: Some lessons from Ukraine. Employee Relations, 33(4) 413-427.

Williams, C.C., Round, J. and Rodgers, P. (2011). Explaining the Normality of Informal Employment in Ukraine: A Product of Exit or Exclusion? The American Journal of Economics and Sociology, 70(3) 729-755.

Williams, C.C. and Gurtoo, A. (2011). Evaluating women entrepreneurs in the informal sector: Some evidence from India. Journal of Developmental Entrepreneurship, 16(3) 351-369.

Williams, C.C., Nadin, S., Rodgers, P. and Round, J. (2011). Mapping the social organization of labour in Moscow: Beyond the formal/informal labour dualism. Sociological Research Online, 16(1) .

Williams, C.C., Nadin, S., Rodgers, P. and Newton, S. (2011). Explaining off-the-books entrepreneurship: a critical evaluation of competing perspectives. International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal, 15(4) 1-17.

Williams, C.C. and Nadin, S. (2011). Evaluating entrepreneurs in the shadow economy: Economic or social entrepreneurship? International Journal of Management and Enterprise Development, 11(1) 20-33.

Williams, C.C. (2011). Reconceptualizing Women's and Men's Undeclared Work: Some Results from a European Union Survey. Gender Work Organisaton Journal, 18(4) 415-437.

Williams, C.C. (2011). Blurring the formal/informal economy divide: Beyond a dual economies approach. International Journal of Economic Perspectives, 5(4) 347-362.

Williams, C.C. (2010). Out of the Shadows: Explaining the Undeclared Economy in Baltic Countries. Journal of Baltic Studies, 41(1) 3-22.

Williams, C.C. and Round, J. (2010). The shallow and uneven diffusion of capitalism in everyday life in post-Soviet Moscow. Debatte: Review of contemporary German affairs, 18(1) 53-69.

Williams, C.C. and Nadin, S. (2010). The commonality and character of off-the-books entrepreneurship: A comparison of deprived and affluent urban neighborhoods. Journal of Developmental Entrepreneurship, 15(3) 345-358.

Williams, C.C. and Nadin, S. (2010). Rethinking the commercialization of everyday life: A "whole economy" perspective. Foresight, 12(6) 55-68.

Williams, C.C. (2010). Beyond the formal/informal jobs divide: Evaluating the prevalence of hybrid 'under-declared' employment in south-eastern Europe. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 21(14) 2529-2546.

Williams, C.C. (2010). Re-theorizing the informal economy in western nations: some lessons from rural England. The Open Area Studies Journal, 3 1-11.

Williams, C.C. (2010). Re-thinking the penetration of capitalism in the Commonwealth of Independent States. Foresight, 12(1) 21-30.

Williams, C.C. and Round, J. (2010). Spatial variations in the character of off-the-books entrepreneurship: Lessons from a study of contrasting districts in Moscow. International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business, 10(2) 287-301.

Williams, C.C. and Round, J. (2010). Retheorizing participation in the underground economy. Labor Studies Journal, 35(2) 246-267.

Williams, C.C. (2010). Spatial variations in the hidden enterprise culture: Some lessons from England. Entrepreneurship and Regional Development, 22(5) 403-423.

White, R.J. and Williams, C.C. (2010). Re-thinking monetary exchange: Some lessons from England. Review of Social Economy, 68(3) 317-338.

Williams, C.C. (2010). Tackling undeclared work in southeast Europe: lessons from a 2007 Eurobarometer survey. Southeast European and Black Sea Studies, 10(2) 123-145.

Round, J., Williams, C. and Rodgers, P. (2010). The role of domestic food production in everyday life in Post-Soviet Ukraine. Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 100(5) 1197-1211.

Williams, C.C. (2010). Tackling barriers to entrepreneurship in a deprived urban neighbourhood. Local Economy, 26(1) 30-42.

Williams, C.C. (2010). Beyond the market/non-market divide: A total social organisation of labour perspective. International Journal of Social Economics, 37(6) 402-414.

Williams, C.C. (2010). Evaluating the nature of undeclared work in South Eastern Europe. Employee Relations, 32(3) 212-226.

Williams, C.C. (2010). Evaluating the nature of the relationship between informal entrepreneurship and the formal economy in rural communities. International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, 12(2) 95-103.

Round, J. and Williams, C.C. (2010). Coping with the social costs of 'transition': Everyday life in post-Soviet Russia and Ukraine. European Urban and Regional Studies, 17(2) 183-196.

Williams, C.C. and Nadin, S. (2010). Entrepreneurship and the informal economy: An overview. Journal of Developmental Entrepreneurship, 15(4) 361-378.

Williams, C.C. and Round, J. (2010). Explaining participation in undeclared work: A result of exit or exclusion? European Societies, 12(3) 391-418.

Williams, C.C., Round, J. and Rodgers, P. (2010). Explaining the off-the-books enterprise culture of Ukraine: Reluctant or willing entrepreneurship? International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business, 10(2) 165-180.

Williams, C.C. (2010). Evaluating competing theories of the shadow economy: Some lessons from an english locality. International Journal of Economic Perspectives, 4(2) 391-402.

Williams, C.C. (2010). Market, Class, and Employment. American Journal of Sociology, 115(4) 1295-1297.

Gurtoo, A., Sarup, V. and Williams, C.C. (2010). Explaining the do-it-yourself (DIY) retail market in a developing country: Preliminary lessons from India. International Review of Retail, Distribution and Consumer Research, 20(3) 335-351.

Williams, C.C. (2009). A capitalist world? Mapping the limits of market-ism. Theory in Action, 2(4) 65-76.

Williams, C.C. and Round, J. (2009). Evaluating the gender variations in off-the-books work: some evidence from Moscow. International Journal of Sociology, 39(2) 60-79.

Williams, C.C. (2009). Formal and informal employment in Europe: beyond dualistic representations. European Urban and Regional Studies, 16(2) 147-159.

Williams, C.C. (2009). Informal entrepreneurs and their motives: a gender perspective. International Journal of Gender and Entrepreneurship, 1(3) 219-225.

Williams, C.C. (2009). Rationales for outsourcing domestic services to off-the-books workers. Journal of Economic Studies, 36(4) 343-354.

Williams, C.C. (2009). Repaying favours: Unravelling the nature of community exchange in an English locality. Community Development Journal, 44(4) 488-499.

Williams, C.C. (2009). Re-reading the future of work. Theory in Action, 2(3) 103-118.

Williams, C.C. (2009). Re-visioning the future of work: towards a new mindset. The India Economy Review, 68-73.

Williams, C.C. (2009). Tackling undeclared work in Europe: Lessons from a 27-nation survey. Policy Studies, 30(2) 143-162.

Williams, C.C. (2009). The Commonality of Envelope Wages in Eastern European Economies. Eastern European Economics, 47(2) 37-52.

Williams, C.C. (2009). The hidden enterprise culture: entrepreneurs in the underground economy in England, Ukraine and Russia. Journal of Applied Management and Entrepreneurship, 14(2) 44-60.

Williams, C.C. (2009). The prevalence of envelope wages in Europe. Employee Relations, 31(4) 412 - 426.

Williams, C.C. (2009). The prevalence of envelope wages in the Baltic Sea region. Baltic Journal of Management, 4(3) 288-300.

Williams, C.C. and Round, J. (2009). Out of the margins: Re-theorizing the role of the informal economy in Ukraine. International Journal of Economic Perspectives, 3(1) 45-58.

Williams, C.C. (2009). From the formal/informal work dichotomy to hybrid semi-formal work practices: the case of envelope wages in the European Union. International Journal of Sociology, 39(2) 39-59.

Williams, C.C. (2009). The hidden economy in East-Central Europe: lessons from a 10-nation survey. Problems of Post-Communism, 56(4) 15-28.

Williams, C.C. (2009). Illegitimate wage practices in Central and Eastern Europe: a study of the prevalence and impacts of 'envelope wages'. Debatte: Review of contemporary German affairs, 17(1) 65-83.

Williams, C.C. and Round, J. (2009). Evaluating informal entrepreneurs. International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior and Research, 15(1) 94-107.

Williams, C.C. (2009). Entrepreneurship and the informal sector: some lessons from India. International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, 10(1) 55-62.

Williams, C.C. (2009). Beyond legitimate entrepreneurship: the prevalence of off-the-books entrepreneurs in Ukraine. Journal of Small Business and Entrepreneurship, 22(1) 55-68.

Williams, C.C., Round, J. and Rodgers, P. (2009). Evaluating the motives of informal entrepreneurs: Some lessons from Ukraine. Journal of Developmental Entrepreneurship, 14(1) 59-71.

Williams, C.C. and Round, J. (2009). Explaining participation in off-the-books entrepreneurship in Ukraine: A gendered evaluation. International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal, 5(4) 497-513.

Williams, C.C. and Round, J. (2009). Gender Variations in the Nature of Undeclared Work: Evidence from Ukraine. Sociological Research On-Line, 13(4) .

Williams, C.C. (2009). Entrepreneurship and the off-the-books economy: Some lessons from England. International Journal of Management and Enterprise Development, 7(4) 429-444.

Williams, C.C. and Round, J. (2009). Beyond hierarchical representations of the formal/informal employment dualism. Some lessons from Ukraine. European Sociological Review, 11(1) 77-101.

Williams, C.C. (2009). The motives of off-the-books entrepreneurs: Necessity- or opportunity-driven? International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal, 5(2) 203-217.

Williams, C.C. (2009). Evaluating the prevalence of "envelope wages" in Europe. Employee Relations, 31(4) 412-426.

Williams, C.C. (2009). Entrepreneurship and the informal economy: a study of Ukraine's hidden enterprise culture. Journal of Developmental Entrepreneurship, 12(1) 119-136.

Williams, C (2009). Evaluating the extent and nature of envelope wages in the European Union: a geographical analysis. Journal of Developmental Entrepreneurship, .

Williams, C.C. (2009). Evaluating the extent and nature of envelope wages in the European Union: a geographical analysis. European Spatial Research and Policy, 16(1) 115-129.

Rodgers, P. and Williams, C.C. (2008). The Informal Economy in the Former Soviet Union and in Central and Eastern Europe. International Journal of Sociology, 39(2) .

Williams, C.C. (2008). Illegitimate wage practices in Eastern Europe: The case of envelope wages. Journal of East European Management Studies, 13(3) 253-270.

Williams, C.C. and Round, J. (2008). Re-theorising the nature of informal employment: some lessons from Ukraine. International Sociology, 23(3) 367-388.

Williams, C.C. (2008). Rethinking the future of work. Strategic Innovators, 2(1) 24-31.

Williams, C.C. (2008). Re-thinking the future of work: beyond binary hierarchies. Futures, 40(7) 653-663.

Williams, C.C. (2008). Rethinking the motives of do-it-yourself (DIY) consumers. International Review of Retail, Distribution and Consumer Research, 18(3) 311-323.

Williams, C.C. and Round J. (2008). The illusion of capitalism in post-Soviet Ukraine. Debatte: Review of contemporary German affairs, 16(3) 331-345.

Williams, C.C. and Round, J. (2008). The prevalence and impacts of envelope wages in East-Central Europe. Journal of East-West Business, 14(3) 299-323.

Williams, C.C. (2008). Visions of the future of employment: A critical overview. Foresight, 10(5) 24-33.

Ponsaers, P., Shapland, J. and Williams, C.C. (2008). What is the link between the informal economy and organised crime? International Journal of Social Economics, 35(9) 644 – 650.

Rodgers, P., Williams, C.C. and Round, J. (2008). Workplace crime and the informal economy in Ukraine: Employee and employer perspectives. International Journal of Social Economics, 35(9) 666-678.

Williams, C.C. (2008). Envelope wages in Central and Eastern Europe and the EU. Post-Communist Economies, 20(3) 363-376.

Williams, C.C. (2008). Beyond ideal-type depictions of entrepreneurship: Some lessons from the service sector in England. Service Industries Journal, 28(7) 1041-1053.

Williams, C.C. (2008). Beyond necessity-driven versus opportunity-driven entrepreneurship: a study of informal entrepreneurs in England, Russia and Ukraine. International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, 9(3) 157-166.

Williams, C.C. (2008). Evaluating public sector management approaches towards undeclared work in the European Union. International Journal of Public Sector Management, 21(3) 285-294.

Williams, C.C. and Round, J. (2008). A critical evaluation of romantic depictions of the informal economy. Review of Social Economy, 66(3) 297-323.

Williams, C.C. and Round, J. (2008). Evaluating the penetration of capitalism in postsocialist Moscow. American Journal of Economics and Sociology, 67(2) 359-379.

Round, J., Williams, C.C. and Rodgers, P. (2008). Corruption in the post-Soviet workplace: the experiences of recent graduates in contemporary Ukraine. Work, Employment and Society, 22(1) 149-166.

Round, J., Williams, C.C. and Rodgers, P. (2008). Everyday tactics and spaces of power: the role of informal economies in post-Soviet Ukraine. Social and Cultural Geography, 9(2) 171-185.

Williams, C.C. (2008). A critical evaluation of competing representations of the relationship between formal and informal work. Community, Work and Family, 11(1) 105-124.

Williams, C.C. (2008). Developing a culture of volunteering: Beyond a third sector approach. Journal of Voluntary Sector Research, 1(1) 25-44.

Williams, C.C. (2008). A critical evaluation of public policy towards undeclared work in the European Union. Journal of European Integration History, 30(2) 273-290.

Williams, C.C. (2008). Cross-national variations in undeclared work: results from a survey of 27 European countries. International Journal of Economic Perspectives, 2(2) 46-63.

Williams, C.C. and Round, J. (2008). Retheorizing the nature of informal employment - Some lessons from Ukraine. International Sociology, 23(3) 367-388.

Williams, C.C. and Round, J. (2008). The hidden enterprise culture of Moscow: Entrepreneurship and off-the-booksworking practice. Journal of Developmental Entrepreneurship, 13(4) 445-462.

Ponsaers, P., Shapland, J. and Williams, C.C. (2008). Does the informal economy link to organised crime? International Journal of Social Economics, 35(9) 644-650.

Williams, C.C. (2008). Consumers’ motives for buying goods and services on an off-the-books basis. International Review of Retail, Distribution and Consumer Research, 18(4) 405-421.

Williams, C.C. and Round, J. (2007). Rethinking livelihood strategies in East-Central Europe: Some lessons from Ukraine. Journal of Contemporary European Studies, 15(2) 201-214.

Williams, C.C. (2007). Re-thinking the future of work. Management Online Review, 41183.

Williams, C.C. and Round, J. (2007). Re-thinking the nature of the informal economy: Some lessons from ukraine. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 31(2) 425-441.

Williams, C.C. (2007). Small business and the informal economy: Evidence from the UK. International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior and Research, 13(6) 349-366.

Williams, C.C. (2007). Socio-spatial variations in the nature of entrepreneurship. Journal of Enterprising Communities: people and places of global economy, 1(1) 27-37.

Williams, C.C. (2007). Tackling informal employment: a critical review of UK public policy. Social and Public Policy Review, 1(2) 1-22.

Williams, C.C. (2007). The nature of entrepreneurship in the informal sector: evidence from England. Journal of Developmental Entrepreneurship, 12(2) 239-254.

Williams, C.C. and Round, J. (2007). Beyond formalization: Rethinking the future of work. Foresight, 9(3) 30-41.

Williams, C.C., Round, J. and Rodgers, P. (2007). Beyond the formal/informal economy binary hierarchy. International Journal of Social Economics, 34(6) 402-414.

Williams, C.C. and Round, J. (2007). Evaluating the penetration of capitalism in post-socialist Ukraine. Journal of Economic Studies, 34(5) 415-429.

Williams, C.C. (2007). De-linking enterprise culture from capitalism and its public policy implications. Public Policy and Administration, 22(4) 461-474.

Williams, C.C. and Round, J. (2007). Beyond negative depictions of informal employment: Some lessons from Moscow. Urban Studies, 44(12) 2321-2338.

Williams, C.C. (2007). Do entrepreneurs always play by the rulebook. Management Online Review, 1-18.

Williams, C.C. (2007). Beyond market hegemony: re-thinking the relationship between market and non-market economic practices. International Journal of Economic Perspectives, 1(3) 147-161.

Williams, C.C. (2007). Entrepreneurs operating in the informal economy: necessity or opportunity driven? Journal of Small Business and Entrepreneurship, 20(3) 309-320.

Williams, C.C. (2007). Tackling undeclared work in Europe: Lessons from a study of Ukraine. European Journal of Industrial Relations, 13(2) 219-236.

Williams, C.C. (2007). Causes and consequences of the underground economy: An international perspective. International Small Business Journal, 25(5) 570-572.

Williams, C.C. (2006). The illusion of a capitalist world. Radical Economics, .

Williams, C.C. (2006). Harnessing the hidden enterprise culture. Town and Country Planning, 75 217 - 219.

Williams, C.C. and Windebank, J. (2006). Harnessing the hidden enterprise culture of advanced economies. International Journal of Manpower, 27(6) 535-551.

Williams, C.C. (2006). Harnessing the hidden enterprise culture: The street UK community development finance initiative. Local Economy, 21(1) 13-24.

Williams, C.C. (2006). How much for cash? Tackling the cash-in-hand ethos in the household services sector. Service Industries Journal, 26(5) 479-492.

Williams, C.C. (2006). Informal employment in advanced economies. International Journal of Manpower, 27(6) 512-514.

Williams, C.C. (2006). Mapping the prevalence of social entrepreneurs. Town and Country Planning, 75 238-239.

Williams, C.C. and Windebank, J. (2006). Rereading undeclared work: A gendered analysis. Community, Work and Family, 9(2) 181-196.

Williams, C.C. (2006). What is to be done about undeclared work? Evaluating the policy options. Policy and Politics, 34(1) 91-113.

Williams, C.C. (2006). Beyond the market: Representing work in advanced economies. International Journal of Social Economics, 33(4) 284-297.

Williams, C.C. (2006). Evaluating the magnitude of the shadow economy: A direct survey approach. Journal of Economic Studies, 33(5) 369-385.

Williams, C.C. (2006). Beyond market-oriented readings of paid informal work - Some lessons from rural England. American Journal of Economics and Sociology, 65(2) 383-406.

Williams, C.C. (2006). Beyond the sweat shop: "Off-the-books" work in contemporary England. Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development, 13(1) 89-99.

Williams, C.C. (2006). Beyond marketization: rethinking economic development trajectories in eastern and central Europe. Journal of Contemporary European Studies, 14(2) 241-254.

Williams, C.C. (2006). Beyond necessity- and opportunity-driven entrepreneurship: some case study evidence from Ukraine. Journal of Business and Entrepreneurship, 18(2) 22-34.

Williams, C.C. (2005). Market delusions: Rethinking the trajectories of post-socialist societies. Foresight, 7(3) 48-60.

Williams, C.C. (2005). Harnessing the community sector: A critical evaluation of the third sector approach. Community, Work and Family, 8(1) 37-51.

Williams, C.C. and Windebank, J. (2005). Refiguring the nature of undeclared work - Some evidence from England. European Societies, 7(1) 81-102.

Williams, C.C. (2005). Spatial variations in the nature of undeclared work and its public policy implications. Space and Polity, 9(2) 135-147.

Williams, C.C. (2005). Surviving post-socialism: coping practices in East-Central Europe. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 25(9) 64-76.

Williams, C.C. (2005). Tackling the informal economy: towards a co-ordinated public policy approach. Public Policy and Administration, 20(2) 38-53.

Williams, C.C. (2005). The market illusion: re-reading work in advanced economies. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 25(10) 106-118.

Williams, C.C. (2005). The undeclared sector, self-employment and public policy. International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior and Research, 11(4) 244-257.

Williams, C.C. (2005). Unravelling the meanings of underground work. Review of Social Economy, 63(1) 1-18.

White, R. and Williams, C.C. (2005). Volunteering. Age Today, 5 15-16.

Williams, C.C. and Windebank, J. (2005). Why do households use alternative consumption practices? Some lessons from Leicester. Community, Work and Family, 8(3) 301-320.

Williams, C.C. (2005). Work organization in post-socialist societies. Futures, 37(10) 1145-1157.

Williams, C.C. (2005). A critical evaluation of hierarchical representations of community involvement: Some lessons from the UK. Community Development Journal, 40(1) 30-38.

Williams, C.C. (2005). Formalising the informal economy: The case for local initiatives. Local Government Studies, 31(3) 335-349.

Williams, C.C. and Windebank, J. (2005). Eliminating undeclared work: Beyond a deterrence approach. Journal of Economic Studies, 32(5) 435-449.

Williams, C.C. (2005). Fostering community engagement and tackling undeclared work: The case for an evidence-based 'joined-up' public policy approach. Regional Studies, 39(8) 1145-1155.

Williams, C.C. (2005). Cultivating community self-help in deprived urban neighbourhoods. City and Community, 4(2) 171-188.

Williams, C.C. (2005). Secondhand cultures. Progress in Human Geography, 29(2) 243-245.

Williams, C.C. (2005). The creation and destruction of social capital: Entrepreneurship, co-operative movements and institutions. Journal of Rural Studies, 21(2) 260-261.

Williams, C.C. (2005). The sharing economy: Solidarity networks transforming globalisation. European Urban and Regional Studies, 12(3) 311-312.

Williams, C.C. (2004). Just rewards for community representatives. New Start, .

Williams, C.C. (2004). A commodified world? mapping the limits of capitalism. Greenpepper, 19 - 22.

Williams, C.C. (2004). A borderless world of hypermobile and homeless capital? An evaluation of financial flows in the mutual fund industry. The Industrial Geographer, 2(2) 1-13.

Williams, C.C. (2004). A commodified western world?: mapping the limits of capitalism. Jigeum Yeogi, 54 222-238.

Williams, C.C. (2004). Evaluating the architecture of governance in the UK for tackling undeclared work. Local Governance, 30(4) 167-177.

Williams, C.C. (2004). Geographical variations in the nature of undeclared work. Geografiska Annaler, Series B: Human Geography, 86(3) 187-200.

Williams, C.C. (2004). Giving credit to active citizens. Voluntary Action, 6(3) 27-36.

Williams, C.C. (2004). Harnessing enterprise and entrepreneurship in the underground economy. International Journal of Economic Development, 6(2) 23-54.

Williams, C.C. (2004). Harnessing informal volunteering: some lessons from the United Kingdom. Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, 23(3) 613-616.

Lee, R., Leyshon, A., Aldridge, T. and Tooke, J. (2004). Making geographies and histories? Constructing local circuits of value. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 22(4) 595-617.

Wiliams, C.C. (2004). Towards 'just rewards': a proposal for civil-ising New Deal and introducing active citizens tax credits. New Start, .

Williams, C.C. (2004). On recompensing active citizens. Voluntary Action, 6(3) 41-44.

Williams, C.C. (2004). Opening up the future of work. Sustainable Economics, 12(4) 81 - 87.

Williams, C.C. (2004). Rewarding community involvement. Town and Country Planning, 73(9) 264 - 266.

Williams, C.C. (2004). Tackling anti-social behaviour. Town and Country Planning, 73(6) 203 - 205.

Williams, C.C. (2004). Tackling anti-social behaviour in deprived neighbourhoods: from sticks to carrots? Local Governance, 30(2) 67 - 75.

Williams, C.C. (2004). Tackling the underground economy in deprived populations: A critical evaluation of the deterrence approach. Public Administration and Management, 9(3) 224-239.

Williams, C.C. (2004). Tackling undeclared work in advanced economies: towards an evidence-based public policy approach. Policy Studies, 25(4) 243-258.

Williams, C.C. and Millington, A.C. (2004). The diverse and contested meanings of sustainable development. Geographical Journal, 170(2) 99-104.

Williams, C.C. and Windebank, J. (2004). The heterogeneity of cash-in-hand work. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 24(1) 124-140.

Williams, C.C. and Windebank, J. (2004). The heterogeneity of the underground economy. International Journal of Economic Development, 6(2) 1-22.

Williams, C.C. (2004). The myth of marketization - An evaluation of the persistence of non-market activities in advanced economies. International Sociology, 19(4) 437-449.

Williams, C.C. (2004). Towards a commodified world? re-reading economic development in western economies. International Journal of Economic Development, 6(1) 1-21.

Williams, C.C. (2004). A lifestyle choice? evaluating the motives of do-it-yourself (DIY) consumers. International Journal of Retail and Distribution Management, 31(5) 270-278.

Williams, C.C. (2004). Fostering community self-help in deprived neighbourhoods. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 24(6) 30-43.

Williams, C.C. (2004). Beyond commodification: Re-reading the future of work. Foresight, 6(6) 329-337.

Williams, C.C. (2004). Beyond deterrence: rethinking the UK public policy approach towards undeclared work. Public Policy and Administration, 19(1) 15-30.

Williams, C.C. (2004). Cash-in-hand work: Unravelling informal employment from the moral economy of favours. Sociological Research Online, 9(1) .

Williams, C.C. (2004). Beyond proxy indicators: from indirect to direct measures of the underground sector in East-Central Europe. International Journal of Economic Development, 6(2) 158-198.

Williams, C.C. (2004). Compensating resident involvement: the ‘Just Rewards’ campaign in the UK. Planning Practice and Research, 19(3) 321-327.

Williams, C.C. (2004). Contesting the marketization thesis: some evidence from western economies. Futures Research Quarterly, 20(4) 41-58.

Williams, C.C. (2004). Community capacity building: A critical evaluation of the third sector approach. Review of Policy Research, 21(5) 729-739.

Williams, C.C. (2004). Unpaid work and the economy: a gender analysis of the standards of living. Progress in Human Geography, 28(1) 136-137.

Williams, C.C. (2004). Rethinking the 'economy' and uneven development: Spatial disparities in household coping capabilities in contemporary England. Regional Studies, 38(5) 507-518.

Williams, C (2004). Cultures of volunteering and their implications for public policy: some lessons from the United Kingdom. Policy and Management Review, .

Williams, C (2004). Local initiatives to tackle informal employment: developing a formalization support and advisory service. Local Governance, 30(2) 89-97.

Williams, C.C. (2003). Barriers to growth of the household services sector: some lessons from English urban areas. International Review of Retail, Distribution and Consumer Research, 13(1) 3-19.

Williams, C.C. (2003). Explaining informal and second-hand goods acquisition. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 23(12) 124-139.

Williams, C.C. (2003). Cultivating voluntary action in deprived neighbourhoods: a fourth sector approach. Voluntary Action, 5(3) 7-25.

Williams, C.C. (2003). Developing voluntary activity: some policy lessons from the 2001 Home Office Citizenship Survey. Social Policy and Society, 2(4) 285-294.

Williams, C.C. (2003). Participation in alternative retail channels: a choice or necessity? International Journal of Retail and Distribution Management, 31(5) 235-243.

Williams, C.C. (2003). The meanings of informal and second-hand retail channels: some evidence from Leicester. International Review of Retail, Distribution and Consumer Research, 13(3) 317-336.

Williams, C.C. and Windebank, J. (2003). The slow advance and uneven penetration of commodification. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 27(2) 250-+.

Williams, C.C. and White, R. (2003). Conceptualising social inclusion: some lessons for action. Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers: Municipal Engineer, 156(2) 91-95.

Williams, C.C. and Paddock, C. (2003). The meaning of alternative consumption practices. Cities, 20(5) 311-319.

Williams, C.C. (2003). Evaluating the penetration of the commodity economy. Futures, 35(8) 857-868.

Williams, C.C. (2003). Developing community involvement: Contrasting local and regional participatory cultures in Britain and their implications for policy. Regional Studies, 37(5) 531-541.

Williams, C.C. and Windebank, J. (2003). Reconceptualizing women's paid informal work: Some lessons from lower-income urban neighbourhoods. Gender, Work and Organization, 10(3) 281-300.

Williams, C.C. (2003). Harnessing social capital: Some lessons from rural England. Local Government Studies, 29(1) 75-90.

Williams, C.C. (2003). The new mutualism in public policy. Service Industries Journal, 23(1) 227-228.

Williams, C.C. and Paddock, C. (2003). Reconciling economic and cultural explanations for participation in alternative consumption spaces. Geografiska Annaler, Series B: Human Geography, 85(3) 137-148.

Williams, C.C. (2003). Developing community participation in deprived neighbourhoods: A critical evaluation of the third-sector approach. Space and Polity, 7(1) 65-73.

Williams, C (2003). Tackling rural transport problems: a third sector approach. European Research in Regional Science, 12 126-138.

Williams, C (2003). Developing social capital: some lessons from rural England. Local Government Studies, 29(1) 75-90.

Williams, C.C. (2002). Social exclusion in a consumer society: a study of five rural communities. Social Policy and Society, 1(3) 203-211.

Williams, C.C. (2002). Why do people engage in paid informal work? a comparison of affluent suburbs and deprived urban neighbourhoods in Britain. Community, Work and Family, 5(1) 67-83.

Williams, C.C. (2002). Harnessing community self-help: some lessons from rural England. Local Economy, 17(2) 136-146.

Williams, C.C. (2002). Harnessing voluntary work: a fourth sector approach. Policy Studies, 23(3) 247-260.

Williams, C.C. and Windebank, J. (2002). The uneven geographies of informal economic activities: a case study of two British cities. Work, Employment and Society, 16(2) 231-250.

Williams, C.C. and Windebank, J. (2002). The 'excluded consumer': a neglected aspect of social exclusion? Policy and Politics, 30(4) 501-513.

Williams, C.C. (2002). A critical evaluation of the commodification thesis. Sociological Review, 50(4) 525-542.

Williams, C.C. and White, R. (2002). The transformation of English rural communities. Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers: Municipal Engineer, 151(3) 167-171.

Williams, C.C. (2002). Why do people use alternative retail channels? Some case-study evidence from two English cities. Urban Studies, 39(10) 1897-1910.

Williams, C.C. (2002). Open moral communities. Regional Studies, 36(5) 582-583.

Williams, C.C. (2002). Beyond the retail store: An evaluation of goods acquisition practices in British deprived urban neighbourhoods. Service Industries Journal, 22(3) 37-50.

Williams, C.C. (2002). Social capital versus social theory: political economy and social science at the turn of the millennium. Progress in Human Geography, 26(2) 271-273.

Williams, C.C. (2002). Patterns of social capital: stability and change in historical perspective. Progress in Human Geography, 26(2) 271-273.

Williams, C.C. (2002). Localization: a global manifesto. Progress in Human Geography, 26(1) 132-133.

Williams, C (2002). Cultures of community engagement: some policy lessons from the 2000 General Household Survey. Local Governance, 28(4) 263-271.

Williams, C.C. (2001). Acquiring goods and services in lower income populations: an evaluation of consumer behaviour and preferences. International Journal of Retail and Distribution Management, 29(1) 16-24.

Williams, C.C., Nadin, S. and Windebank, J. (2001). Evaluating the prevalence and nature of self-employment in the informal economy: Evidence from a 27-nation european survey. European Spatial Research and Policy, 19(1) 129-142.

Williams, C.C. and Windebank, J. (2001). Beyond social inclusion through employment: harnessing mutual aid as a complementary social inclusion policy. Policy and Politics, 29(1) 15-27.

Williams, C.C. and Windebank, J. (2001). Beyond profit-motivated exchange - Some lessons from the study of paid informal work. European Urban and Regional Studies, 8(1) 49-61.

Williams, C.C. and Windebank, J. (2001). Note: Paid informal work in deprived urban neighborhoods: Exploitative employment or cooperative self-help? Growth and Change, 32(4) 548-557.

Williams, C.C. (2001). An evaluation of financial globalization under fund-manager capitalism: the case of the UK unit trust industry. Area, 33(4) 360-367.

Williams, C.C. (2001). Does work pay? Spatial variations in the benefits of employment and coping abilities of the unemployed. Geoforum; journal of physical, human, and regional geosciences, 32(2) 199-214.

Williams, C.C. (2001). Beyond the commodity economy: The persistence of informal economic activity in rural England. Geografiska Annaler, Series B: Human Geography, 83(4) 221-233.

Williams, C.C. (2001). Evaluating the role of the social economy in tackling rural transport problems: Some case study evidence from rural England. Planning Practice and Research, 16(03-Apr) 337-348.

Williams, C.C. and Windebank, J. (2001). Reconceptualising paid informal exchange: some lessons from English cities. Environment and Planning A, 33(1) 121-140.

Williams, C.C. (2001). Bridges into Work: an evaluation of Local Exchange and Trading Schemes (LETS). Policy Studies, 22(2) 121-134.

Williams, C.C. (2001). Local Exchange and Trading Schemes (LETS): a tool for community renewal? Community, Work and Family, 4(3) 355-361.

Williams, C.C. (2001). Recasting work: the example of Local Exchange Trading Schemes (LETS). Work, Employment and Society, 15(3) 565-579.

Williams, C.C. (2001). Tackling the participation of the unemployed in paid informal work: a critical evaluation of the deterrence approach. Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 19(5) 729-749.

Williams, C and Windebank, J (2001). Paid informal work: a barrier to social inclusion? Journal of the European Trade Union Institute, 7(1) 25-40.

Williams, C (2001). Time to give credit to active citizens. Local Governance, 27(2) 67-75.

Williams, C and Windebank, J (2001). A critical evaluation of the formalisation of work thesis: some evidence from France. SAIS Review, XXI(1) 117-122.

Williams, C, Cook, J, Windebank, J and Roche, M (2001). The evolution of active welfare policies as a solution to social exclusion in Britain. Journal of European Area Studies, 9(1) 13-26.

Williams, C.C. and Windebank, J. (2000). Paid informal work in deprived neighborhoods. Cities, 17(4) 285-291.

Williams, C.C. and Windebank, J. (2000). Helping people to help themselves: Policy lessons from a study of deprived urban neighbourhoods in Southampton. Journal of Social Policy, 29 355-373.

Williams, C.C. and Windebank, J. (2000). Beyond employment: An examination of modes of service provision in a deprived neighbourhood. Service Industries Journal, 20(4) 33-46.

Williams, C.C. and Windebank, J. (2000). Beyond formal retailing and consumer services: An examination of how households acquire goods and services. Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services, 7(3) 129-136.

Williams, C.C. (2000). The economic geography reader: producing and consuming global capitalism. Geographical Journal, 166 188-188.

Williams, C.C. (2000). Cities, economic competition and urban policy. Regional Studies, 34(4) 402-403.

Williams, C.C. and Windebank, J. (2000). Helping each other out?: Community exchange in deprived neighbourhoods. Community Development Journal, 35(2) 146-156.

Williams, C.C. and Windebank, J. (2000). Self-help and mutual aid in deprived urban neighbourhoods: Some lessons from Southampton. Urban Studies, 37(1) 127-147.

Williams, C.C. (2000). Modes of goods acquisition in deprived neighbourhoods. The International Review of Retail, Distribution and Consumer Research, 10(1) 73-94.

Williams, C., Aldridge, T., Leyshon, A. and Lee, R. (2000). Harnessing Local Exchange and Trading Schemes (LETS) as a tool for community renewal: the role of local government. Local Governance, 26(2) 73-82.

Williams, C and Windebank, J (2000). A helping hand: harnessing mutual aid to tackle social exclusion in deprived urban neighbourhoods. Local Governance, 26(4) 237-245.

Williams, C, Cook, J, Roche, M and Windebank, J (2000). De ontwikkeling van actief sociale zekerheidsbeleid als oplossing voor sociale uitsluiting in het Verenigd Koninkrijk. Tijdschrift voor Arbeid en Participatie, 21(2/3) 179-190.

Williams, C.C. (1999). Reconceptualising paid informal work and its implications for policy: some lessons from a case study of Southampton. Policy Studies, 20(4) 221-233.

Williams, C and Windebank, J (1999). The formalisation of work thesis: a critical evaluation. Futures, 31(6) 547-558.

Williams, C and Windebank, J (1999). Unshackling the future of work from the ideology of full-employment. Foresight, 1(4) 309-322.

Williams, C and Windebank, J (1998). Informele economische activiteit in achterstandswijken: enkele bevindingen van een case-studie in Leicester. Tijdschrift voor Arbeid en Participatie, 20(1) 60-74.

Williams, C (1997). Rethinking the role of the retail sector in economic development. The Service Industries Journal, 17(2) 205-220.

Williams, C and Windebank, J (1997). What is to be done about the paid informal sector in the European Union? A review of policy options. International Planning Studies, 2(3) 315-327.

Williams, C.C. (1996). An appraisal of Local Exchange and Trading Systems (LETS) in the United Kingdom. Local Economy, 11(3) 275-282.

Williams, C (1996). Understanding the role of consumer services in local economic development: some evidence from the Fens. Environment and Planning A, 28(3) 555-571.

Williams, C (1996). Local purchasing and rural development: an evaluation of Local Exchange and Trading Systems (LETS). Journal of Rural Studies, 12(3) 231-244.

Williams, C (1996). Local currencies and community development: an evaluation of green dollar exchanges in New Zealand. Community Development Journal, 31(4) 319-329.

Williams, C (1996). The new barter economy: an appraisal of Local Exchange and Trading Systems (LETS). Journal of Public Policy, 16(1) 55-71.

Williams, C (1996). Informal sector responses to unemployment: an evaluation of the potential of Local Exchange and Trading Systems (LETS). Work, Employment and Society, 10(2) 341-359.

Williams, C (1996). Local Exchange and Trading Systems (LETS): a new source of work and credit for the poor and unemployed? Environment and Planning, 28(8) 1395-1415.

Williams, C (1996). Rethinking the role of retailing and consumer services in local economic development: a British perspective. Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services, 3(1) 53-56.

Williams, C (1995). Opposition to regional shopping centres in Great Britain: a clash of cultures? Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services, 2(4) 241-249.

Williams, C and Windebank, J (1995). Social polarisation of households in contemporary Britain: a ‘whole economy' perspective. Regional Studies, 29(8) 723-732.

Williams, C and Windebank, J (1995). Black market work in the European Community: peripheral work for peripheral localities? International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 19(1) 23-39.

Williams, C and Windebank, J (1995). The implications for the informal sector of European Union integration. European Spatial Research and Policy, 2(1) 17-34.

Williams, C (1994). Rethinking the role of the service sector in local economic revitalisation. Local Economy, 9(1) 73-82.

Williams, C and Windebank, J (1994). Spatial variations in the informal sector: a review of evidence from the European Union. Regional Studies, 28(8) 819-825.

Williams, C (1994). A critical evaluation of the opposition to regional shopping centres. Local Government Policy, 21(3) 47-54.

Williams, C (1993). The implications of regional shopping centre development. Local Government Policy Making, 20(1) 50-55.

Williams, C and Windebank, J (1993). Social and spatial inequalities in informal economic activity: some evidence from the European Community. Area, 25(4) 358-364.

Williams, C and Windebank, J (1992). The implications of the Single European Market for the informal economy in France. Modern and Contemporary France, 51 22-31.

Williams, C (1992). The contribution of regional shopping centres to local economic development: threat or opportunity? Area, 24(3) 283-288.

Books

Williams, C.C. (2017), Critical Perspectives on Work and Employment in Globalizing India. Springer.

Williams, C.C. and Schneider, F. (2016), Measuring the Global Shadow Economy: the prevalence of informal work and labour. Edward Elgar.

Gurtoo, A. and Williams, C.C. (2015), Developing Country Perspectives on Public Service Delivery. Springer Verlag, Munchen.

Gurtoo, A. and Williams, C.C. (2015), Developing Country Perspectives on Public Service Delivery. Springer.

Williams, C.C. (2014), Confronting the Shadow Economy: evaluating tax compliance and behaviour policies. Edward Elgar.

Williams, C.C., Round, J. and Rodgers, P. (2013), The Role of Informal Economies in the Post-Soviet World: The end of transition?. Routledge, London.

Schneider, F. and Williams, C.C. (2013), The Shadow Economy. Institute of Economic Affairs, London.

Williams, C.C. and Renooy, P. (2013), Combating Undeclared Work in 27 European Union Member States and Norway: approaches and measures since 2008. European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions, Dublin.

Williams, C.C., Baric, M. and Renooy, P. (2013), Tackling Undeclared Work in the five EU Candidate Countries of Croatia, Iceland, Macedonia, Montenegro and Turkey. European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions, Dublin.

Williams, C.C, Nadin, S., Barbour, A. and Llanes, M. (2012), Enabling Enterprise: tackling the barriers to formalisation. Community Links, London.

Marcelli, E.A., Williams, C.C. (edited) and Joassart, P. (2010), Informal Work in Developed Nations. Routledge, London.

Paddison, R. and Williams, C.C. (edited) (2010), Urban Studies: the urban economy. Sage, London.

Williams, C.C. and Renooy, P. (2009), Measures to Combat Undeclared Work in 27 European Union Member States and Norway. European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions, Dublin.

Williams, C.C. (2008), The Hidden Enterprise Culture. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham.

Williams, C.C. and Renooy, P. (2008), Tackling Undeclared Work in the European Union. European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions, Dublin.

Williams, C.C. (2007), Rethinking the Future of Work: directions and visions. Palgrave Macmillan.

Williams, C.C. (2006), The Hidden Enterprise Culture: entrepreneurship in the underground economy. Edward Elgar.

Evans, M., Syrett, S. and Williams, C.C. (2006), Informal Economic Activities and Deprived Neighbourhoods. Department of Communities and Local Government, London.

Evans, M., Syrett, S. and Williams, C.C. (2006), The Economies of Deprived Neighbourhoods. Department of Communities and Local Government, London.

Williams, C.C. (2005), A Commodified World? mapping the limits of capitalism. Zed Books Ltd.

Williams, C.C. (2005), Small Businesses in the Informal Economy: making the transition to the formal economy – the evidence base. Small Business Service, London.

Harding, R., King, S., Williams, C.C. and Zvesper, A. (2005), Identifying Data Sources on Entrepreneurship and the Informal Economy. Office of National Statistics, London.

Williams, C.C. (2004), Cash-in-Hand Work: the underground sector and the hidden economy of favours. Palgrave Macmillan.

Williams, C.C., Burns, D. and Windebank, J. (2004), Community Self-Help. Palgrave Macmillan.

Leyshon, A., Lee, R. and Williams, C.C. (2003), Alternative Economic Spaces. Sage, London.

Williams, C.C. and Windebank, J. (2003), Poverty and the Third Way. Routledge, London.

Williams, C.C. and Windebank, J. (2001), Revitalising Deprived Urban Neighbourhoods: an assisted self-help approach. Ashgate, London.

Williams, C.C., Aldridge, T., Lee, R. and Leyshon, A. (2001), Bridges into Work? an evaluation of Local Exchange and Trading Schemes (LETS). The Policy Press, Bristol.

Williams, C.C. and Windebank, J. (1999), A Helping Hand: harnessing self-help to combat social exclusion. York Publishing Services, York.

Williams, C.C. and Windebank, J. (1998), Informal Employment in the Advanced Economies: implications for work and welfare. Routledge, London.

Williams, C.C. (1997), Consumer Services and Economic Development. Routledge, London.

Haughton, G. and Williams, C. C. (1996), Corporate City? partnership, participation and partition in urban development in Leeds. Avebury, Aldershot.

Haughton, G., Peck, J., Hart, T and Strange, I (1995), Training and Enterprise Councils and their Boards. Department for Education and Employment, Sheffield.

Williams, C.C. and Haughton, G. (1994), Perspectives Towards Sustainable Environmental Development. Avebury, Aldershot.

Williams, C.C. (1988), Examining the Nature of Domestic Labour. Avebury, Aldershot.

Book Chapters

Williams, C.C. and Williams, N. (2016), “Entrepreneurship and deprived urban areas: understanding opportunities and the hidden enterprise culture”, in Mason C, Reuschke D, Syrett S, van Ham M, Entrepreneurial neighbourhoods: towards an understanding of the economies of neighbourhoods and communities, Edward Elgar.

Martinez-Perez, A and Williams, C.C (2016), “Unraveling the Meanings of Underground Work”, in Routh S, Borghi V (Editors), Social Economics: Critical Concepts in Economics, Routledge, pp. 29-50.

Williams, C.C., Carter, S. and Dajani, H. (2016), “Women's Emancipatory Entrepreneurship in Jordan's Informal Economy”, in Gervais, R.L. and Millear, P.M., Exploring Resources, Life-Balance and Well-Being of Women Who Work in a Global Context., Springer.

Martinez-Perez, A and Williams, C.C (2016), “Tackling the informal economy: a critical evaluation of the neo-liberal policy de-regulatory perspective”, in , Workers and the Global Informal Economy. Interdisciplinary Perspectives, Routledge, pp. 29-50.

Williams, C.C (2015), “Out of the margins: Evaluating the scale of employment in informal enterprises in developing and transition economies”, in , Exploring Criminal and Illegal Enterprise: New Perspectives on Research, Policy & Practice, Emerald, pp. 23-48.

Williams, C.C. (2015), “Informal and alternative economies”, in Paddison R, Hunter T, Cities and Economic Change: restructuring and dislocation in the global metropolis., Sage.

Williams,C.C and White, R (2015), “Hidden in plain sight: recognizing and valuing non-capitalist spaces of work and organisation in a 'capitalist' society”, in , Sharing, Gifting, Reciprocity: Everyday Moral Economies and Politics of Crisis.

Williams, C.C and Onoschencko.O (2015), “Evaluating the validity of the contrasting theoretical perspectives towards the informal economy in Ukraine”, in , Informal Economies in Post-Socialist Spaces: between illegality and embeddedness, Palgrave.

Williams, C.C. (2015), “Commentary: What is known and not known about innovation in the informal economy”, in , The Informal Economy in Developing Nations: Hidden Engine of Innovation?: new economic insights and policies, Cambridge University Press.

Williams, C.C. (2014), “Informal and alternative economies”, in , Cities and Economic Change, SAGE Publications.

Williams, C.C. and Yousseff, Y. (2013), “Evaluating the competing explanations for informal entrepreneurship: some lessons from Brazil”, in Thai, M.T.T. and Turkina, E., Entrepreneurship in the Informal Economy: models, approaches and prospects for economic development, Taylor and Francis, London, pp. 34-49.

Williams, C.C (2013), “Tackling informal entrepreneurs: tailoring policy measures to the varieties of informal entrepreneurship”, in Thai, M.T.T. and Turkina, E. (Eds.), Entrepreneurship in the Informal Economy: models, approaches and prospects for economic development, Taylor and Francis, London, pp. 161-176.

Williams, C.C. (2013), “Non-commodified labour”, in Parker, M., Cheney, G., Fournier, V., Land, C., Routledge Companion to Alternative Organization, Routledge, London, pp. 105-119.

Williams, C.C and Onoschencko, O. (2013), “The diversity of livelihood practices in contemporary Ukraine: the case of Sasha and Natasha”, in Morris, J. and Polese, A., The Informal Post-Socialist Economy, Routledge, London, pp. 21-34.

White, R. and Williams, C.C. (2012), “Escaping from the capitalist imaginery: rethinking 'the economic' and the relevance of alternative economic practices in western society”, in , The Accumulation of Freedom: Writings on Anarchist Economics, AK Press, New York.

Williams, C.C. (2012), “Re-theorising the role of retail attractions in economic development: from parasites to magnets”, in , Tourism and Retail: the psychogeography of liminal consumption, London: Routledge, pp. 11-28.

Williams, C.C. (2011), “The hidden enterprise culture”, in A. Southern (ed.), Enterprise, Social Exclusion and Sustainable Communities: the role of small business in addressing social and economic inequalities, Routledge, London.

Williams, C.C. (2011), “Informal economy”, in Anheier, H. and Juergensmeyer, M., Encyclopaedia of Global Studies, London, Sage.

Williams, C.C. (2011), “Local exchange and trading schemes”, in Anheier, H. and Juergensmeyer, M., Encyclopaedia of Global Studies, London: Sage.

Williams, C.C. and Windebank, J. (2011), “Regional variations in the nature of the shadow economy: evidence from a study of 27 European countries”, in Schneider, F., Handbook on the Shadow Economy, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham., pp. 177-200.

Williams, C.C. and White, R. (2011), “Escaping from the capitalist imaginery: rethinking”, in Nocella, A.J. Shannon, D. and Asimakopoulos, J., An Economy of Sustainability: Anarchist Economics.

Williams, C.C. (2010), “Changing conceptualisations of informal work”, in Marcelli, E., Williams, C.C. and Joassart, P., Informal Work in Developed Nations, Routledge, London., pp. 11-33.

Williams, C.C. and Marcelli, E. (2010), “Conclusions”, in Marcelli, E., Williams, C.C. and Joassart, P., Informal Work in Developed Nations, Routledge, London., pp. 220-232.

Williams, C.C. (2010), “Domestic services”, in Southerton, D., Encyclopaedia of Consumer Culture, CQ Press.

Williams, C.C. (2010), “Geographical variations in informal work in England”, in Marcelli, E., Williams, C.C., Joassart, P., Informal Work in Developed Nations, Routledge, London., pp. 97-113.

Williams, C.C. (2010), “Informal and alternative economies”, in Paddison, R. and Hunter, T., Cities and Economic Change, Sage: London.

Williams, C.C. (2010), “Informal economy”, in Southerton, D., Encyclopaedia of Consumer Culture, CQ Press.

Marcelli, E. and Williams, C.C. (2010), “Introduction: the discovery of informal work in developed nations and the relevance of heterodox economic theories”, in Marcelli, E. Williams, C.C. and Joassart, P., Informal Work in Developed Nations, Routledge, London., pp. 1-8.

Williams, C.C. (2010), “Introduction: the urban economy”, in Paddison, R. and Williams, C.C., Urban Studies: the urban economy, Sage, London.

Williams, C.C. (2010), “Localisation”, in Southerton, D., Encyclopaedia of Consumer Culture, CQ Press.

Williams, C.C. (2010), “Outsourcing”, in Southerton, D., Encyclopaedia of Consumer Culture, CQ Press.

Windebank, J. and Williams, C.C. (2010), “Re-reading informal work: a gender perspective”, in Marcelli, E. Williams, C.C. and Joassart, P., Informal Work in Developed Nations, Routledge, London.

Williams, C.C. (2010), “Re-theorising the role of retail attractions in economic development: from parasites to magnets”, in McIntyre, C., The Tourist Retail Experience: magnets, events and flows. Bristol, Channel View Publications.

Williams, C.C. (2010), “Re-reading the future of work”, in Luke, T., From Analogue to Digital Fordism, Center of Digital Discourse and Culture, Virginia Tech.

Williams, C.C. (2010), “Re-thinking the future of work: beyond binary hierarchies”, in Luke, T., From Analogue to Digital Fordism, Center of Digital Discourse and Culture, Virginia Tech.

Williams, C.C. and Windebank, J. (2009), “The uneven geographies of informal economic activities: a case study of two British cities”, in Paddison, R., Urban Studies: Economy, Sage, London.

Williams, C.C. and Windebank, J. (2008), “Black market work in the European Community: peripheral work for peripheral localities?”, in Schneider, F., The Economics of the Hidden Economy, Edward Elgar: Cheltenham.

Williams, C.C. and Ram, M. (2008), “Making visible the hidden: researching off-the-books work”, in Buchanan, D. and Bryson, A., Handbook of Organizational Research Methods, Sage, London., pp. 654-670.

Williams, C.C. and White, R. (2008), “Social and geographical differences in the hidden economy”, in Henckel, D., Spars, G. and Wukovitsch, F., Arbeiten in der Grauzone: Informelle, Peter Lang: Berlin.

Williams, C.C. (2007), “'Informal work'”, in Fournier, V., Parker, M. and Reedy, P., The Dictionary of Utopia and Alternative Organisation, Zed, London.

Williams, C.C. (2006), “Le rôle de l’économie sociale face à L’exclusion sociale : quelches leçons des local exchange and trading schemes (LETS)”, in Blanc, J., Exclusions et liens financiers: monnaies socials, Economica, Paris.

Williams, C.C. (2006), “Rethinking the future of work in post-socialist societies”, in Mack, T.C., Creating Global Strategies for Humanity, World Futures Society, Maryland.

Williams, C.C. and Windebank, J. (2005), “Methods of researching informal employment”, in Surdej, A., Deformalizacja zatrundneinia, deformalizacja gospodarki, Scholar Publisher/PWN, Warsaw.

Williams, C.C. and Windebank, J. (2005), “Re-theorising the nature of informal employment in advanced economies”, in Surdej, A., Deformalizacja zatrundneinia, deformalizacja gospodarki, Scholar Publisher/PWN, Warsaw.

Williams, C.C. (2005), “Tackling social exclusion: an evaluation of local exchange and trading schemes LETS”, in Schmied, D., Winning and Losing: the changing geography of Europe's rural areas, Ashgate, Aldershot.

Williams, C.C. (2004), “Active welfare”, in Manning, N., Pascall, G., Midgely, J., Ju-Kwon, H. and Fitzpatrick, T., International Encyclopedia of Social Policy, Routledge, London.

Williams, C.C. (2004), “Informal sector”, in Manning, N., Pascall, G., Midgely, J., Ju-Kwon, H. and Fitzpatrick, T., International Encyclopedia of Social Policy, Routledge, London.