Walby, Sylvia (2018) ‘Is Europe Cascading into Fascism? Addressing Key Concepts including Gender and Violence‘, Politics and Governance, 6(3): 67–77. DOI: 10.17645/pag.v6i3.1438
Walby, Sylvia, and Jude Towers (2018) ‘Untangling the concept of coercive control: Theorizing domestic violent crime’, Criminology & Criminal Justice, 18(1): 7–28. DOI: 10.1177/1748895817743541.
Aitkin, Murray, Duy Vu, and Brian Francis (2017) ‘Statistical modelling of a terrorist network‘, Journal of the Royal Statistical Society Series A, 180(3): 751–768. DOI: 10.1111/rssa.12233.
Walby, Sylvia, and Jude Towers (2017) ‘Measuring violence to end violence: mainstreaming gender,’ Journal of Gender-Based Violence, 1(1): 11–31. DOI: 10.1332/239868017X14913081639155.
Walby, Sylvia, Jude Towers, Susie Balderston, Consuelo Corradi, Brian Francis, Markku Heiskanen, Karin Helweg-Larsen, Lut Mergaert, Philippa Olive, Emma Palmer, Heidi Stöckl, and Sofia Strid (2017) The Concept and Measurement of Violence against Women and Men. Bristol: Policy Press.
Barlow, Charlotte (2016) Coercion and Women Co-offenders: A Gendered Pathway into Crime. Bristol: Policy Press
Towers, Jude, Sylvia Walby, and Brian Francis (2016) Response to ONS ‘Consultation on methodology for addressing high frequency repeat victimisation in Crime Survey for England and Wales estimates.’ Lancaster University.
Walby, Sylvia (2016) Ensuring Data Collection and Research on Violence against Women and Domestic Violence: Article 11 of the Istanbul Convention. Council of Europe.
Walby, Sylvia, Birgit Apitzsch, Jo Armstrong, Susie Balderston, Karolina Follis, Brian Francis, Liz Kelly, Corinne May-Chahal, Awais Rashid, Karen Shire, Jude Towers, and Markus Tunte (2016) Study on Gender Dimension of Trafficking in Human Beings. Final Report. Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union.
Walby, Sylvia, Jude Towers, and Brian Francis (2016) ‘Is violent crime increasing or decreasing? A new methodology to measure repeat attacks making visible the significance of gender and domestic relations,’ British Journal of Criminology, 56(6): 1203–1234. DOI: 10.1093/bjc/azv131
Walby, Sylvia, Jude Towers, Brian Francis, Karen Shire, Liz Kelly, Birgit Apitzsch, Jo Armstrong, Susie Balderston, Adam Fish, Claire Hardaker, Stuart Kirby, Corinne May-Chahal, and Emma Palmer (2016) Comprehensive Policy Review of Anti-Trafficking Projects Funded by the European Commission. HOME/2014/ISFP/PR/THBX/0052. Final Report. Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union.
Aitkin, Murray, Duy Vu, and Brian Francis (2015) ‘A new Bayesian approach for determining the number of components in a finite mixture’, Metron, 73(2): 155–175. DOI: 10.1007/s40300-015-0068-1.
Francis, Brian, Claire Hargreaves, and Keith Soothill (2015) ‘Changing patterns of sex offending convictions: disentangling age, year and generational effects over time’, in Arjan Blokland and Patrick Lussier (eds.) Sex Offenders: A Criminal Career Approach. Wiley: New York, 231–256.
Francis, Brian, and Jiayi Liu (2015) ‘Modelling escalation in crime seriousness: a latent variable approach’, Metron, 73(2): 277–297. DOI: 10.1007/s40300-015-0073-4.
Francis, Brian, Moira Peelo, and Keith Soothill (2015) ‘Blackmail’, in Richard Wright (ed.) Criminology. Oxford Bibliographies Online. New York: Oxford University Press. DOI: 10.1093/OBO/9780195396607-0199.
Towers, Jude (2015) ‘Making the links between economic inequality and intimate partner violence‘, Safe: The Domestic Abuse Quarterly, 53: 22–25.
Walby, Sylvia (2015) Crisis. Cambridge: Polity Press.
Walby, Sylvia, Philippa Olive, Jude Towers, Brian Francis, Sofia Strid, Andrea Krizsán, Emanuela Lombardo, Corinne May-Chahal, Suzanne Franzway, David Sugarman, Bina Agarwal, and Jo Armstrong (2015) Stopping Rape: Towards a Comprehensive Policy. Bristol: Policy Press.
Aitkin, Murray, Duy Vu, and Brian Francis (2014) ‘Statistical modelling of the group structure of social networks’, Social Networks, 38: 74–87.
Walby, Sylvia, and Phillipa Olive (2014) Estimating the Costs of Gender-Based Violence in the European Union. European Institute for Gender Equality: Vilnius.
Walby, Sylvia, Jude Towers, and Brian Francis (2014) ‘Mainstreaming domestic and gender-based violence into sociology and the criminology of violence’, The Sociological Review, 62(S2): 187–214. DOI: 10.1111/1467-954X.12198.
Strid, Sofia, Sylvia Walby, and Jo Armstrong (2013) ‘Intersectionality and multiple inequalities: Visibility in British policy on violence against women’, Social Politics, 20(4): 558–581. DOI: 10.1093/sp/jxt019.
Walby, Sylvia (2013) ‘Violence and society: Introduction to an emerging field of sociology’, Current Sociology, Editorial, Special Issue, 61(2): 95–111. DOI: 10.1177/0011392112456478.
Walby, Sylvia and Olive, Philippa (2013) The European Added Value of a Directive on Combatting Violence Against Women: Annex 2 Economic Aspects and Legal Perspectives for Action at the European Level. Brussels: European Value Added Unit.
Walby, Sylvia, Philippa Olive, Jude Towers, Brian Francis, Sofia Strid, Andrea Krizsán, Emanuela Lombardo, Corinne May-Chahal, Suzanne Franzway, David Sugarman, and Bina Agarwal (2013) Overview of the Worldwide Best Practices for Rape Prevention and for Assisting Women Victims of Rape. Brussels: European Parliament.
Towers, Jude, and Sylvia Walby (2012) Measuring the Impact of Cuts in Public Expenditure on the Provision of Services to Prevent Violence against Women. London: Trust for London/Northern Rock Foundation.
Walby, Sylvia (2012) ‘Sen and the measurement of justice and capabilities’, Theory, Culture & Society, 29(1): 99–118. DOI: 10.1177/0263276411423033.
Walby, Sylvia, Jo Armstrong, and Sofia Strid (2012) ‘Intersectionality: Multiple inequalities in social theory’, Sociology, 46(2): 224–240. DOI: 10.1177/0038038511416164.
Walby, Sylvia, Jo Armstrong, and Sofia Strid (2012) ‘Intersectionality and the quality of the gender equality architecture’, Social Politics, 19(4): 446–481. DOI: 10.1093/sp/jxs015.
Walby, Sylvia, and Jude Towers (2012) ‘Measuring the impact of cuts in public expenditure on the provision of services to prevent violence against women and girls’, Safe: The Domestic Abuse Quarterly, 41: 14–17.
Verloo, Mieke, and Sylvia Walby (eds.) (2012) ‘Introduction: The implications for theory and practice of comparing the treatment of intersectionality in the equality architecture in Europe’, Social Politics, Editorial, Special issue, 19(4): 433–445. DOI: 10.1093/sp/jxs018.
Liu, Jiayi, Brian Francis, and Keith Soothill (2011) ‘A longitudinal study of escalation in crime seriousness‘, Journal of Quantitative Criminology, 27(2): 175–196. DOI: 10.1007/s10940-010-9102-x.
Walby, Sylvia (2011) The Future of Feminism. Cambridge: Polity Press.
Walby, Sylvia, and Jo Armstrong (2011) ‘Developing key indicators of “fairness”: Competing frameworks, multiple strands and ten domains – an array of statistics’, Social Policy and Society, 10(2): 205–218. DOI: 10.1017/S1474746410000552.
Walby, Sylvia, Jo Armstrong, and Sofia Strid (2011) ‘Developing measures of multiple forms of sexual violence and their contested treatment in the CJS’, in Sandra Walklate and Jennifer Brown (eds.) Handbook on Sexual Violence. London: Willan, 90–114. (Available online at https://www.routledge.com/ 9780415670722 and made available here with permission from the publisher.)
Francis, Brian, Jiayi Liu, and Keith Soothill (2010) ‘Criminal lifestyle specialization: Female offending in England and Wales’, International Criminal Justice Review, 20(2): 188–204. DOI: 10.1177/1057567710368942.
Soothill, Keith, and Brian Francis (2010) ‘Blackmail, kidnapping and threats to kill’, in Fiona Brookman, Mike Maguire, Harriet Pierpoint, Trevor Bennett (eds.) Handbook on Crime. Collompton: Willan Publishing, ch. 21: 393–414.
Soothill, Keith, Brian Francis, and Jiayi Liu (2010) ‘The importance of co-convictions in the prediction of dangerous recidivism: Blackmail and kidnapping as a demonstration study’, Criminology & Criminal Justice, 10(1): 23–36. DOI: 10.1177/1748895809352650.
Walby, Sylvia, and Jo Armstrong (2010) ‘Measuring equality: Data and indicators in Britain’, International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 13(3): 237–249. DOI: 10.1080/13645579.2010.482259.
Walby, Sylvia, Jo Armstrong, and Sofia Strid (2010) Physical and Legal Security and the Criminal Justice System: A Review of Inequalities. Manchester: EHRC.
Walby, Sylvia (2009) Globalization and Inequalities: Complexity and Contested Modernities. London: Sage.
Walby, Sylvia (2009) The Cost of Domestic Violence: An Update, 2009. Lancaster University.
Christoffersen, Mogens, Brian Francis, and Keith Soothill, K. (2008) ‘Violent life events and upbringing A systematic study of the social background of various kinds of lethal violence, other violent crime, and suicide attempts’, Journal of Scandinavian Studies in Criminology and Crime Prevention, 8(2): 157–184. DOI: 10.1080/14043850701498469.
Liu, Jiayi, Brian Francis, and Keith Soothill (2008) ‘Kidnapping offenders: Their risk of escalation to repeat offending and other serious crime’, Journal of Forensic Psychiatry and Psychology, 19(2): 164–79. DOI: 10.1080/14789940701619178.
Walby, Sylvia (2008) ‘From statistics to indicators: How to convert information from surveys into practical indicators’, in Kauko Aromaa and Markku Heiskanen (eds.) Victimisation Surveys in Comparative Perspective. Helsinki: Heuni, 180–188.
Walby, Sylvia, Jo Armstrong, and Les Humphreys (2008) Review of Equality Statistics. Research Report: 1. Manchester: EHRC.
Bartolucci, Francesco, Fulvia Pennoni, and Brian Francis (2007) ‘A latent Markov model for detecting patterns of criminal activity’, Journal of Royal Statistical Society: Series A, 170(1): 115–132. DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-985X.2006.00440.x.
Christofferson, Mogens, Keith Soothill, and Brian Francis (2007) ‘Who is most at risk of becoming a convicted rapist? The likelihood of a rape conviction among the 1966 Birth Cohort in Denmark’, Journal of Scandinavian Studies in Criminology and Crime Prevention, 6(1): 39–56. DOI: 10.1080/14043850410000839.
Soothill, Keith, Juliet Harman, Brian Francis, and Stuart Kirby (2007) ‘Identifying future repeat danger from sexual offenders against children: a focus on those convicted and those strongly suspected of such crime’, Journal of Forensic Psychiatry and Psychology, 16(2): 225–247. DOI: 10.1080/14789940500098277.
Soothill, Keith, Brian Francis, and Elizabeth Ackerley (2007) ‘Kidnapping: A criminal profile of persons convicted 1979–2001’, Behavioural Sciences and the Law, 25(1): 69–84. DOI: 10.1002/bsl.684.
Walby, Sylvia (2007) Indicators to Measure Violence against Women. WP.1. United Nations Division for the Advancement of Women.
The UN Secretary General (2006): In-depth Study of all Forms of Violence against Women. Report of the Secretary-General. A/RES/58/185. United Nations Division for the Advancement of Women.
Soothill, Keith, Juliet Harman, Brian Francis, and Stuart Kirby (2005) ‘What is the future repeat danger from sexual offenders against children? Implications for policing’, The Police Journal, 78(1): 37–45. DOI: 10.1350/pojo.220.127.116.11231
Walby, Sylvia (2005) ‘Improving the statistics on violence against women’, Statistical Journal of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe, 22(4): 193–216.
Walby, Sylvia (2005) ‘Measuring women’s progress in a global era‘, International Social Science Journal, 57(184): 371–387. DOI: 10.1111/j.1468-2451.2005.00556.x.
Peelo, Moira, Brian Francis, Keith Soothill, Jayn Pearson, and Elizabeth Ackerley (2004) ‘Newspaper reporting and the public construction of homicide’, British Journal of Criminology, 44(2): 256–275. DOI: 10.1093/bjc/44.2.256.
Soothill, Keith, Moira Peelo, Jayn Pearson, and Brian Francis (2004) ‘The reporting trajectories of top homicide cases in the media: a case study of The Times,’ Howard Journal of Criminal Justice, 43(1): 1–14. DOI: 10.1111/j.1468-2311.2004.00307.x.
Walby, Sylvia (2004) The Cost of Domestic Violence. London: Department of Trade and Industry Women and Equality Unit.
Walby, Sylvia, and Jonathan Allen (2004) Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault and Stalking: Findings from the British Crime Survey. Home Office Research Study 276. London: Home Office.
Christofferson, Mogens, Brian Francis, and Keith Soothill (2003) ‘An upbringing to violence? Identifying the likelihood of violent crime among the 1966 birth cohort in Denmark’, Journal of Forensic Psychiatry and Psychology, 14(2): 367–381. DOI: 10.1080/1478994031000117830.
Soothill, Keith, Brian Francis, Elizabeth Ackerley, and Rachel Fligelstone (2002) ‘Murder and serious sexual assault: What criminal histories can reveal about future serious offending.’ Full Report. Police Research Series 144. Home Office: London.
Soothill, Keith, Brian Francis, Elizabeth Ackerley, Rachel Fligelstone, and Giovanna Ranalli (2002) ‘Murder and serious sexual assault: What criminal histories can reveal about future serious offending.’ Supplementary Tables. Police Research Series 144. Home Office: London.
Soothill, Keith, Moira Peelo, Brian Francis, Jayn Pearson, and Elizabeth Ackerley (2002) ‘Homicide and the media: Identifying the top cases in The Times’, Howard Journal of Criminal Justice, 1(5): 401–421. DOI: 10.1111/1468-2311.00255.
Walby, Sylvia, and Andrew Myhill (2001) ‘Assessing and managing the risk of domestic violence’, in Julie Taylor-Browne (ed.) What Works in Reducing Domestic Violence? London: Whiting and Birch, 309–335.
Walby, Sylvia, and Andrew Myhill (2001) ‘New survey methodologies in researching violence against women’, British Journal of Criminology, 41(3): 502–522. DOI: 10.1093/bjc/41.3.502.
Walby, Sylvia, and Andrew Myhill (2000) Reducing Domestic Violence…What works? Assessing and Managing the Risk of Domestic Violence, Briefing note, Policing and Reducing Crime Unit. London: Home Office.