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Key Institute Publications

Acuto, M., and Rayner, S. (2016) City networks: breaking gridlocks or forging (new) lock-ins? International Affairs, 92(5), 1147-1166.

Bellamy, R. (2016) A sociotechnical framework for governing climate engineering. Science, Technology and Human Values, 41: 135 – 162.

Climate Geoengineering Governance - Briefing Notes (June 2015), Climate Geoengineering Governance Project.

Healey, P. and Rayner, S. (2015) Key Findings from the Climate Geoengineering Governance Project.  CGG Working Paper no. 25.  InSIS, Oxford.

Lezaun, J. and Montgomery, C. (2015) The Pharmaceutical Commons: Sharing and Exclusion in Global Health Drug Development, Science, Technology & Human Values. 40(1): 3-29.

Bellamy, R., Chilvers, J. and Vaughan, N. (2014) Deliberative Mapping of options for tackling climate change: Citizens and specialists 'open up' appraisal of geoengineering. Public Understanding of Science, DOI: 10.1177/0963662514548628.

Rayner, S. and Caine, M (eds.) (2014) The Hartwell approach to climate and policy Earthscan, London

Acuto, M. (2013) Global cities, governance and diplomacy: the urban link. London: Routledge.

Rayner, S., Heyward, C., Kruger, T., Pidgeon, N., Redgwell, C. and  Savulescu, J. (2013) The Oxford principles for geoengineering governance. Climatic Change, 121, 499-512.

Woolgar, S. and Lezaun, J. (2013) The wrong bin bag: a turn to ontology in science and technology studies? Social Studies of Science, 43(3), 321-340.

Woolgar, S. and Neyland, D. (2013) Mundane governance: ontology and accountability. Oxford University Press.

Baptista, I. (2012) Practices of exception in urban governance: reconfiguring power inside the state. Urban Studies, 50 (1), 39-54.

Montgomery, C.M. (2012) Making prevention public: the co-production of gender and technology in HIV research. Social Studies of Science, 42 (6), 922-944

Rayner, S. (2012) Uncomfortable knowledge in science and environmental policy discourses. Economy and Society, 41(1), 107-125.

Davies, W. (2011) Economic advice as a vocation: symbioses of scientific and political authority. The British Journal of Sociology, 62 304–323.

Stampnitzky, L. (2011) Disciplining an unruly field: Terrorism tudies and theories of cientific/Iintellectual production. Qualitative Sociology, 34 (1): 1-19.

Prins, G. et al The Hartwell Paper: A new direction for climate policy after the crash of 2009 (2010)

Rayner, S. and Prins, G. (2007). "Time to Ditch Kyoto." Nature 449(25): 973-975.

Pielke Jr, R. A. et al (2007). Lifting the Taboo on Adaptation, Nature 445: 597-598.

Steve Rayner, Jack Beale Memorial Lecture on Global Environment, Wicked problems: clumsy solutions – diagnoses and prescriptions for environmental ills (2006).

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