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- The World in the Model. (CUP, 2012) Chapter 1: "Modelling as a Method of Enquiry"
- How Well Do Facts Travel? (CUP, 2011) edited with W. Peter Howlett. Chapter 1: “Travelling Facts”
- “Glass Ceilings and Sticky Floors: Drawing New Ontologies” (Forthcoming 2016) in Cultures Without Culturalism in the Making of Scientific Knowledge ed K. Chemla and E. Fox Keller (Duke University Press) [Department of Economic History, Working Paper No 228, Dec 2015] (Link to LSE Working Paper here)
- What if? Models, Fact and Fiction in Economics (2014) Keynes Lecture Read October 2013, posted December 2014. Journal of the British Academy, 2, 231-68.
- Re-Situating Knowledge: Generic Strategies and Case Studies (2014) Philosophy of Science, 80, 1012-24.
- Nature’s Experiments and Natural Experiments in the Social Sciences (2013) Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 43:3, 341-57.
- Case Studies: One Observation or Many? Justification or Discovery? (2012) Philosophy of Science, 79:5, 667-77.
- “Models and Modelling in Economics” (2012, SSRN 2009]) With Tarja Knuuttila in U. Mäki (ed) Handbook of the Philosophy of Economics (a volume of Handbook of the Philosophy of Science, general editors: Dov Gabbay, Paul Thargard and John Woods), pp 49-86.
- Seeking Parts, Looking for Wholes (2011) Histories of Scientific Observation, edited L. J. Daston and E. Lunbeck, University of Chicago Press pp 303-325.
- Business Models as Models (2010) with Charles Baden-Fuller, Long Range Planning, 43.2, 156-71.
- ‘Voice’ and the Facts and Observations of Experience (2010) In W.J. Gonzales (ed) New Methodological Perspectives on Observation and Experiment (pp 51-69). A Coruña: Netbiblio. (Previously, Working Paper No 31, How Well Do Facts Travel?, Department of Economic History, LSE).
- 'On a Mission' with Mutable Mobiles 2008, Working Paper 34, The Nature of Evidence: How Well Do 'Facts' Travel? Department of Economic History, LSE
- Models (2008) in The New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics, 2nd edition, eds: S.N. Durlauf and L.E. Blume (Palgrave Macmillan), online.
- “An Analytical History of Measuring Practices: The Case of Velocities of Money” (2007) in Measurement in Economics: A Handbook, ed M. Boumans (Elsevier), pp 105-132. [Earlier version online: “Measuring Instruments in Economics and the Velocity of Money”, Working Paper 13, How Well Do Facts Travel?, Department of Economic History, LSE.]