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2018

  • Hazell, R., Wells, J., Judicial Input into Parliamentary Legislation, Public Law (2018) pp. 106-127 [Online]
  • Renwick, A., S. Fisher, "The UK’s Referendum on EU Membership of June 2016: How Expectations of Brexit’s Impact Affected the Outcome". Acta Politica 53 (4) pp. 590-611 (2018). Co-authored with Stephen Fisher. [Online]
  • Russell, M. and Sheldon, J. (2018). ‘An English Parliament: An Idea Whose Time Has Come?’. In Kenny, M., Maclean, I. and Paun, A. (eds.) Governing England, Oxford: Oxford University Press. [Online]
  • Renwick, A., S. Jennings, W. McKee, R. Russell, M. Smith, G. (2018), What Kind of Brexit do Voters want? Lessons from the Citizens’ Assembly on Brexit. The Political Quarterly [Online]
  • Prosser, B., Flinders, M., Jennings, W., Renwick, A., et al (2018), Pedagogy and deliberative democracy: insights from recent experiments in the United Kingdom. Contemporary Politics, pp. 1-23. [Online
  • Russell, M. and Cowley, P. (2018), Modes of UK Executive–Legislative Relations Revisited. The Political Quarterly, Volume 89, Issue 1, pp. 18-28 [Online]
  • Russell, M (2018), Attempts to change the British House of Lords into a second chamber of the nations and regions: explaining a history of failed reforms, Perspectives on Federalism, Vol. 10, issue 2, pp 268-269 [Online]
  • Sobolewska M., McKee, R., Campbell R. (2018), Explaining motivation to represent: how does descriptive representation lead to substantive representation of racial and ethnic minorities?. West European Politics, Volume 41, Issue 6, pp. 1237-1261 [Online]

2017

  • Renwick, A. (2017) Citizens’ assemblies: a better way of doing democracy? Political Insight, Volume 8, Issue 3, pp. 24-27 [Online]
  • Russell, M., Gover, D., Wollter, K. and Benton, M. (2017) Actors, Motivations and Outcomes in the Legislative Process: Policy Influence at Westminster. Government and Opposition, volume 52, Issue 1, pp. 1-27 [Online]

2016

  • Hazell, R., O'Brien P., (2016) Meaningful Dialogue: Judicial Engagement with Parliamentary Committees at Westminster Public Law. ISSN 0033-3565 [Online]
  • Russell, M. (2016), Corbyn as an Organisational Phenomenon. The Political Quarterly, Volume 87, Issue 1, pp. 20–22 [Online]
  • Russell, Meg. "Parliament: A Significant Constraint On Government". Developments In British Politics Ten. Richard Heffernan et al. Palgrave, 2016. 99-119. [Online]
  • Renwick, Alan. "Voting Behaviour and Electoral Outcomes". Developments In British Politics Ten. Richard Heffernan et al. Palgrave, 2016. 39-56. [Online]
  • Russell, M. Gover, D & Wollter, K (2016) Does the executive dominate the Westminster legislative process?: Six reasons for doubt’. Parliamentary Affairs, Volume 69, Issue 2, pp. 286-308 [Online]

2015

  • Renwick, A (2015) “A British Constitutional Convention?" Political Insight, Volume 6,  Issue 2, 8-11 [Online]
  • Renwick, A & Baldini, G (2015) Italy toward (yet another) electoral reform. Italian Politics, Volume 30, Issue 1, pp. 160-178 [Online]
  • Hazell, R & Sandford, M (2015) 'English Question or Union Question? Neither has Easy Answers' Political Quarterly [Online]
  • Russell, M & Cowley, P (2015) 'The Policy Power of the Westminster Parliament: the 'parliamentary state' and the empirical evidence' Governance [Online]
  • Gover, D. & Russell, M. (2015) The House of Commons' "Financial Privilege" on Lords Amendments: Perceived Problems and Possible Solutions. Public Law. 2015(1): 12-22. [Online] [Note: This material was first published by Thomson Reuters Professional (UK) Limited, and is reproduced by agreement with the publishers.]

2014

  • Renwick, A., B. Prosser, A. Giovannini, M. Sandford, M. Flinders, W. Jennings, G. Smith, P. Spada, G. Stoker, and K. Ghose (2017) "Citizen Participation and Changing Governance: Cases of Devolution in England". Policy & Politics 45, no. 2. 251-69. [Online]
  • Russell, M. (2014). The British House of Lords. In Okada, N. (ed.), Comparative Study on Bicameralism: The UK, France, Germany, Italy, and Japan. Tokyo: Nippon-Hyoronsha.
  • Melton, J.  (2014) "The Content of Authoritarian Constitutions." In Constitutions in Authoritarian Regimes. Eds. Tom Ginsburg and Alberto Simpser. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 141-164. (with Elkins, Z. Ginsburg, T.) [Online]
  • Russell, M. (2014) Parliamentary Party Cohesion: Some Explanations From Psychology. Party Politics. 20(5): 712-723. [Online]
  • Melton, James (2014) Does De Jure Judicial Independence Really Matter? A Reevaluation of Explanations for Judicial Independence. Journal of Law and Courts. (with Tom Ginsburg) [Online]
  • Melton, J. Elkins, Z. Ginsburg, T. Shaffer, R. Sequeda, JF. Miranker, D. (2014) "Constitute: The World's Constitutions to Read, Search, and Compare." Journal of Web Semantics. [Online]

2013

  • Goplerud, M (2013) 'The First Time is (Mostly) the Charm: Special Advisers as Parliamentary Candidates and Members of Parliament' Parliamentary Affairs [Online]
  • Worthy, B & Hazell, R ‘The Impact of the Freedom of Information Act in the UK.’ Ed. Bowles, N et al. Transparency in Politics and the Media. (University of Oxford, 2013)
  • Yong, B (2013) 'Risk Management: Government Lawyers and the Provision of Legal Advice within Whitehall' The Constitution Society [Online]
  • Russell, M (2013) 'Rethinking Bicameral Strength: A Three-Dimensional Approach' Journal of Legislative Studies. 19(3): 370-391. [Online]
  • Benton, M and Russell, M (2013) 'Assessing the Impact of Parliamentary Oversight Committees: The Select Committees in the British House of Commons' Parliamentary Affairs. 66(4): 772-797. [Online]
  • Melton, James, Zachary Elkins, and Tom Ginsburg (2013) “On the Interpretability of Law: Lessons from the Decoding of National Constitutions.” British Journal of Political Science. 43(2): 399-423. [Online]
  • R Hazell, ‘Coalition government: Lessons for the future’ Politics Review 22(4) 2013

2012

  • Elkins, Zachary, Tom Ginsburg, and James Melton (2012) “Comments on Law and Versteeg, The Declining Influence of the U.S. Constitution.” NYU Law Review. 87.6: 2088-2101. [Online]
  • Hazell, R ‘Would Holyrood pay for independence in Euros?’ The World Today 68(11) [Online]
  • Worthy, Ben, Hazell, Robert and Bourke, Gabrielle (2012) ‘Open House: Freedom of Information and its Impact on the UK Parliament’. Public Administration [Constitution Unit, 2012] [Online
  • Yong, B. and O'Brien, P. (2012). 'Constitutional Systems of the World: Problems of Perspective in Comparative Constitutionalism'. Political Studies Review 10(3) [Online]
  • Hazell, R., Chalmers, M. and Russell, M. (2012). 'Pre-Appointment Scrutiny Hearings in the British House of Commons: All Bark, or some Bite?' Journal of Legislative Studies, 18 (2) 224-241 [Online]
  • Russell, M. (2012). 'Elected Second Chambers and their Powers: An International Survey' Political Quarterly 83(1), 117-129 [Online]

2011

  • Ginsburg, Tom, James Melton, and Zachary Elkins. 2011. “On the Evasion of Executive Term Limits.” William & Mary Law Review. 52.6: 1807-1872. [Online]
  • Russell, M. (2011). 'The Constitution' in Heffernan, R., Cowley, P., Hay, C. (eds.). Developments in British Politics 9. Basingstoke. Palgrave MacMillan. ISBN: 978-0230221734
  • O’Brien, P. (2011) 'Judicial Independence and the UK Supreme Court'. British Politics Review 6(3), 5 [Online]
  • Russell, M. (2011). '“Never allow a crisis to go to waste”: The Wright committee reforms to strengthen the House of Commons'. Parliamentary Affairs 64 (4), 612-633 [Online]

2010

  • Russell, M. (2010) A Stronger Second Chamber? Assessing the Impact of House of Lords Reform in 1999, and the Lessons for Bicameralism. Political Studies 58, 866-885 [Online]
  • Worthy, B. (2010) More Open But not More Trusted? The Effect of the Freedom of Information Act 2000 on the United Kingdom Central Government. Governance 23 (4), 561-582 [Online]
  • Hazell, R. and Worthy, B. (2010) Assessing the Performance of Freedom of Information. Government Information Quarterly 27 (4), 352-359 [Online]
  • Russell, M. (2010). The Left, Democracy and the Constitution. Chapter 10 in Purnell, J., Cooke, G. (ed.). We Mean Power: Ideas for the Future of the Left. London: Demos, 165-182. ISBN: 978 1 906693 33 6 [Online]
  • Hazell, R. (2010). Hung Parliaments and the Challenges for Westminster and Whitehall: How to make minority and multi-party governance work Political Quarterly, 81, 2, April 2010 [Online]
  • Russell, M., Benton, M. (2010) (Re)assessing Parliamentary Policy Impact: The Case of the Australian Senate. The Australian Journal of Political Science 45 (2), 159-174 [Online]

2009

  • Russell, M. (2009). House of Lords Reform: Are We Nearly There Yet? Political Quarterly 80(1), 119-125. ISSN: 0032-3179 [Online]
  • Russell, M. (2009). How Do We Do Politics Differently? Political Quarterly 80(4), 575-577. ISSN: 0032-3179 [Online]
  • Russell, M., Paun, A. (2009). The Politicians' Response to Devolution. in Curtice, J., Seyd, B. (ed.). Has Devolution Worked? The Verdict from Policymakers and the Public. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 68-90. ISBN: 9780719075599
  • Russell, M., Sciara, M. (2009). Independent parliamentarians en masse: the changing nature and role of the 'Crossbenchers' in the House of Lords. Parliamentary Affairs 62(1), 32-52. ISSN: 0031-2290 [Online]

2008

  • Elkins, Zachary, Tom Ginsburg, and James Melton (2008) “Baghdad, Tokyo, Kabul,…: Constitution Making in Occupied States.” William & Mary Law Review. 49: 1139-1178. [Online]
  • Russell, M., Sciara, M. (2008). The Policy Impact of Defeats in the House of Lords. The British Journal of Politics and International Relations 10(4), 571-589 [Online]
  • Russell, M. (2008). House of Lords Reform. in Oxford Companion to Law. Oxford: Oxford University Press
  • Russell, M. (2008). Reform of the House of Lords and Lessons for Bicameralism. in Aroney, N., Prasser, S., Nethercote, J. (ed.) Restraining Elective Dictatorship: The Upper House Solution? Sydney: University of New South Wales Press
  • Russell, M. (2008). Parliament: Emasculated or Emancipated? in Hazell, R. (ed.). Constitutional Futures. Basingstoke. Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN: 0230220746

2007

  • Hazell, R., Russell, M. Seyd, B and Sinclair, D. (2007) Britishness and the Future of the Union Political Quarterly, 78, 1 (supp.). [Online]
  • McDonald, A. and Hazell, R. (2007) ‘What happened next: constitutional change under New Labour’ in McDonald A. (ed), Reinventing Britain: Constitutional Change under New Labour. Politico’s, ISBN 9781842752081.
  • Russell, M., Bradbury, J. (2007). The Constituency work of Scottish and Welsh MPs: Adjusting to Devolution. Regional and Federal Studies 17(1), 97-116. ISSN: 1357-2334 [Online]
  • Russell, M., Sciara, M. (2007). Why does the Government get defeated in the House of Lords?: The Lords, the Party System and British Politics. British Politics 2(3), 299-322. ISSN: 1746-918X [Online]
  • Russell, M. (2007). The House of Lords: Adaptation and Resilience. in Luther, J., Passaglia, P., Tarchi, R. (ed.) A World of Second Chambers. Milan: Giuffre. ISBN: 8814132607
  • Russell, M., Sciara, M. (2007). The House of Lords: Negotiating a Stronger Second Chamber. in Rush, M., Giddings, P. (ed.) The Palgrave Review of British Politics 2006. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan
  • Hazell, R. (2007). Westminster as a Three in One legislature The Journal of Legislative Studies, 13(2), June 2007 [Online]
  • Hazell, R. (2007). Out of Court. Why have the courts played no role in resolving disputes in the United Kingdom? Publius, 37 (4), 578 - 598 [Online]
  • Hazell, R. (2007). “The Continuing Dynamism of Constitutional Reform” Parliamentary Affairs 60(1), pp. 3-25. ISSN: 0031-2290 [Online]
  • Holsen, S., MacDonald, C. and Glover, M. 'Journalists' use of the UK Freedom of Information Act', in Open Government Journal , Vol. 3, No. 1 (2007) 

2006

  • Hazell, R. (2006). “What are the answers to the English Question?” in Hazell, R. (ed.) The English Question. Manchester: Manchester University Press.
  • Hazell, R. (2006). “What is the English Question?” in Hazell, R. (ed.) The English Question. Manchester: Manchester University Press.
  • Russell, M., Lodge, G. (2006). The Government of England by Westminster. in Hazell, R. (ed.) The English Question. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 64-95. ISBN: 0719073693
  • Russell, M., Sciara, M. (2006). The House of Lords in 2005: A More Representative and More Assertive Chamber? in Rush, M., Giddings, M. (ed.) The Palgrave Review of British Politics. Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan
  • Hazell, R. (2006). “The English Question” Publius 36(1), pp. 37-56. ISSN: 0048-5950 . Link [Online]
  • Hazell, R. (2006). “Time for a new Convention: Parliamentary Scrutiny of Constitutional Bills 1997-2005 ” Public Law, Summer 2006, pp. 247-298. ISSN: 0033-3565 . [Online]

2005

  • Hazell, R. (2005). “Devolution as a legislative Partnership” in Hazell, R. and Rawlings, R. (eds.) Devolution, Law Making and the Constitution, pp. 295-318. ISBN 1 845400372. Exeter: Imprint Academic.
  • Hazell, R. (2005). “ Westminster as a Three in One Legislature for the UK and its Devolved Territories”. in Hazell, R. and Rawlings, R. (eds.) Devolution, Law Making and the Constitution, pp. 226-251. ISBN 1 845400372. Exeter: Imprint Academic.
  • Hazell, R. and Winetrobe, B. (2005). “What has the Scottish Parliament Achieved, and What can it Teach Westminster?” in Miller, W. (ed.) Anglo-Scottish Relations from 1900 to Devolution and Beyond . Oxford: Oxford Univeristy Press, pp. 63-80. ISBN: 0197263313.
  • Russell, M. (2005). The House of Lords and Reform: A View from the Outside. in Baldwin, N. (ed.) Parliament in the 21st Century. London. Politico's. ISBN: 1842751034

2004

  • Hazell, R. (2004). “The Unfinished Business of Devolution” in Trench, A. (ed.) Has Devolution Made a Difference? The State of the Nations 2004. Exeter: Imprint Academic, pp. 255-276. ISBN: 0907845878
  • Maer, L., Hazell, R., King, S., Russell, M., Trench, A., Sandford, M. (2004). Dragging the Constitution out of the Shadows. Parliamentary Affairs 57(2), 253-268. ISSN: 0031-2290 [Online]
  • Russell, M., Lodge, G., Gay, O. (2004). The Impact of Devolution on Westminster: If not now, when? in Trench, A. (ed.) What Difference has Devolution Made?: The State of the Nations 2004. Imprint Academic. ISBN: 097845878
  • Hazell, R. (2004). “Who is the guardian of legal values in the legislative process: Parliament or the Executive?” Public Law, pp. 495-500. ISSN: 0033-3565

2003

  • Hazell, R. (2003). “The Dynamism of Devolution in its Third Year”. In Hazell, R. (ed.) State of the Nations 2003, pp. 1-12.
  • Hazell, R. (2003). “The UK's Rolling program of Devolution: Slippery Slope, or Safeguard of the Union?” in Docherty, D., Seidle, L. (eds) Reforming Parliamentary Democracy. McGill: Queens University Press, pp.180-201. ISBN: 0773525076
  • Hazell, R. (2003). “If Ivor Richard Says Yes, will London Still Say No?” in Osmond, J. (ed.) Second Term Challenge: Can the Welsh Assembly Government hold its Course?. Cardiff: Institute of Welsh Affairs, pp. 97-107. ISBN: 1871726166
  • Hazell, R. (2003). “Multi-level governance” , in Osmond, J., Jones, J.B. (eds) Birth of Welsh democracy: the first term of the National Assembly for Wales. Cardiff: Institute of Welsh Affairs, pp. 3-15. ISBN: 1871726948.
  • McLean, I., Spirling, A., Russell, M. (2003). None of the Above: The UK House of Commons votes on reforming the House of Lords. Political Quarterly 74(3), 298-310. ISSN: 0032-3179 [Online]
  • Russell, M. (2003). Is the House of Lords already Reformed? Political Quarterly 74(3), 311-318. ISSN: 0032-3179 [Online]
  • Russell, M.,O'Cinneide, C. (2003). Positive Action to Promote Women in Politics: Some European Comparisons. International and Comparative Law Quarterly 52(3), 587-614. ISSN: 0020-5893 [Online]
  • Russell, M. (2003). Women in Elected Office in the UK 1992-2002: Struggles, Achievements and Possible Sea Change. in Dobrowolsky, A., Hart, V. (ed.). Women, Politics and Constitutional Change. Basingstoke. Palgrave MacMillan. ISBN: 1403903611
  • Hazell, R. (2003). “Merger, What Merger? Scotland, Wales and the New Department for Constitutional Affairs” Public Law,Winter, pp. 650-655. ISSN: 0033-3565
  • Hazell, R. (2001). ‘The English Question: Can Westminster be a Proxy for an English Parliament?’ Public Law, 2001, pp. 268-280. ISSN: 0033-3565

2002

  • Hazell, R. (2002). “The Devolution Scorecard as the Devolved Assemblies head for the Polls” in Hazell, R. (ed.) The State of the Nations 2003, pp. 285-300.
  • Russell, M., Sandford, M. (2002). Why are Second Chambers so Difficult to Reform? Journal of Legislative Studies 8(3), 79-89. ISSN: 1357-2334 [Online]
  • Russell, M., Mackay, F., McAllister, L. (2002). Women's Representation in the Scottish Parliament and National Assembly for Wales: Party Dynamics for Achieving Critical Mass. Journal of Legislative Studies 8(2), 49-76. ISSN: 1357-2334 [Online]
  • Hazell, R., Sandford, M., Seyd, B., Masterman, R. (2002). “The Constitution: Coming in from the Cold”, Parliamentary Affairs 55(2), pp. 219-234. ISSN: 0031-2290 . Ingenta Link [Online]

2001

  • Hazell, R. (2001). “Conclusion: The State of the Nations after two years of Devolution” in Trench, A. (ed.) The State of the Nations 2001: The Second Year of Devolution in the United Kingdom, Exeter: Imprint Academic, pp. 255-272. ISBN: 0907845193
  • Hazell, R., Masterman, R. (2001). “Devolution and Westminster” in Trench, A. (ed.) The State of the Nations 2001: The Second Year of Devolution in the United Kingdom, Exeter: Imprint Academic, pp. 197-224. ISBN: 0907845193
  • Hazell, R., Russell, M., Croft, J., Seyd, B., Masterman, R., Sandford, M. (2001). The Constitution: Rolling out the New Settlement. Parliamentary Affairs 54(2), ISSN: 0031-2290 [Online]
  • Russell, M. (2001). Responsibilities of Second Chambers: Constitutional and Human Rights Safeguards. Journal of Legislative Studies 7(1), 61-76. ISSN: 1357-2334 [Online]
  • Russell, M. (2001). The Territorial Role of Second Chambers. Journal of Legislative Studies 7(1), 105-118. ISSN: 1357-2334 [Online]
  • Russell, M. (2001). What are Second Chambers for? Parliamentary Affairs 54(3), 473-459. ISSN: 0031-2290 [Online]
  • Russell, M., Cornes, R. (2001). The Royal Commission on Reform of the House of Lords: A House for the Future? Modern Law Review 64(1), 82-99, ISSN: 0026-7961 [Online]
  • Russell, M. (2001). Upper House Reform in the UK and Australia. Australian Journal of Political Science 36(1), 27-44. ISSN: 1036-1146 [Online]
  • Russell, M. (2001). Responsibilities of Second Chambers: Constitutional and Human Rights Safeguards. in Baldwin, N., Shell, D. (ed.). Second Chambers. London: Frank Cass, 61-76. ISBN: 0714651443
  • Russell, M. (2001). The Territorial Role of Second Chambers. in Baldwin, N., Shell, D. (ed.). Second Chambers. London: Frank Cass, 105-118. ISBN: 0714651443
  • Russell, M. (2001). Democracy. in Harvey, A. (ed.). Transforming Britain: Labour's Second Term. Fabian Society. ISBN: 0716305992
  • Hazell, R. (2001). “Reforming the Constitution” Political Quarterly 72 (1), pp. 39-49. ISSN: 0032-3179 . Ingenta Link [Online]
  • Hazell, R. (2001). “The Challenge for Regional Government” Northern Economic Review Spring/Summer 2001, pp. 72-75.
  • Hazell,R. (2001). “ Britain's Constitution catches up at the turn of the Century” The New Federalist (Australia), 72 (1), pp. 52-55. ISSN: 1440-642X

2000

  • Hazell, R., Russell, M., Seyd, B., Sinclair, D. (2000). The British Constitution in 1998-99: the continuing revolution. Parliamentary Affairs 53(2), 242-261. ISSN: 0031-2290 [Online]
  • Russell, M., Hazell, R. (2000). Devolution and Westminster: Tentative Steps towards a More Federal Parliament. Chapter 7 in Hazell, R. (ed.). The State and the Nations: The First Year of Devolution in the UK. Exeter: Imprint Academic, 183-221. ISBN: 0907845800
  • Russell, M. (2000). A "More Democratic and Representative" Upper House? Some International Comparisons. Representation 37(2), 131-138
  • Hazell, R. (2000). “The Unfinished Business of Devolution” in Hassan, G. (ed.) The New Scottish Politics: the first year of the Parliament and Beyond. London: The Stationery Office, pp. 181-187. ISBN: 011497230X
  • Hazell, R. (2000). “Intergovernmental Relations in the UK: Whitehall Rules OK” in Hazell, R. (ed.) The State and the Nations: The First Year of Devolution in the United Kingdom, Exeter: Imprint Academic. ISBN: 0907845800. pp. 149-182.
  • Hazell, R., (2000). “Regional Government in England: Three Policies in Search of a Strategy” in Chen, S. and Wright, T. (ed.) The English Question, London: The Fabian Society, pp. 29-44. ISBN: 0716360020.
  • Russell, M. and Hazell, R. (2000). “Devolution and Westminster: Tentative Steps towards a More Federal Parliament” in Hazell,R. (ed.) The State and the Nations: The First Year of Devolution in the UK, Exeter: Imprint Academic. ISBN: 0907845800. pp. 183-221.
  • Hazell, R. and Sinclair, D. (2000). ‘The British Constitution: Labour’s Constitutional Revolution’ Annual Review of Political Science, 2000:3, ISSN 1094-2939, ISBN 0824333039, pp.379-400.

1999

  • Hazell, R. (1999). “The New Constitutional Settlement” in Hazell, R. (ed.) Constitutional Futures: A History of the Next Ten Years, Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN: 0198298013. pp. 230-247.
  • Hazell, R. (1999). “The Shape of Things to Come: What Will the UK Constitution look like in the early 21st Century” in Hazell,R. (ed.) Constitutional Futures: A History of the Next Ten Years, Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN: 0198298013. pp.7-20.
  • Hazell, R. (1999). “ Westminster: Squeezed from above and below” in Hazell, R. (ed.) Constitutional Futures: A History of the Next Ten Years, Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN: 0198298013. pp. 111-135.
  • Hazell, R. and Cornes, R. (1999). “Financing Devolution: the Centre Retains Control” in Hazell,R. (ed.) Constitutional Futures: A History of the Next Ten Years, Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN: 0198298013. pp. 196-212.
  • Hazell, R. and Morris, R.M. (1999). “Machinery of Government: Whitehall” in Hazell, R. (ed.) Constitutional Futures: A History of the Next Ten Years, Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN: 0198298013. pp. 136-155.
  • Hazell, R. and O'Leary, B. (1999). “A Rolling Programme of Devolution: Slippery Slope or Safeguard of the Union?” in Hazell, R. (ed.) Constitutional Futures: A History of the Next Ten Years, Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN: 0198298013. pp. 21-46.
  • Russell, M. (1999). Second Chambers Overseas. The Political Quarterly 70(4), 411-417 [Online]
  • Hazell,R. (1999). “Reinventing the Constitution: Can the State Survive?” Public Law Spring 1999, pp. 84-103 . ISSN: 0033-3565

1998

  • Seyd, B. and Hazell, R. (1998). “Reforming the Lords: the Numbers” Public Law Autumn 1998, pp. 378-384. ISSN: 0033-3565
  • Hazell, R. (1998). “House of Lords Reform: a step by step guide” in Beatson, J., Forsyth, C.F. and Hare, I. (eds) Constitutional Reform in the UK: Practice and Principles, Oxford:Hart Publishing, pp. 129-143. ISBN: 1901362841
  • Hazell, R. (1998). “The hinge between freedom of information and privacy” in McDonald, A. and Terrill, G. (eds) Open Government in Britain, London: Macmillan, pp. 67-85. ISBN: 0333726782
  • Hazell, R. (1998). “ Westminster and Whitehall” in Norton, P. (ed.) The Consequences of Devolution, London: Hansard Society, pp. 17-19. ISBN: 0900432314
  • Hazell, R. (1998). “Devolution and constitutional reform” in Tomkins, A. (ed.) Devolution and the British Constitution. London: Key Haven, pp. 41-60. ISBN: 1870070909

1997

  • Hazell,R. (1997). “Constitutional Issues” in Public Services Yearbook 1997-1998. London: Pitman, pp. 49-58. ISBN: 027362766X.
  • Hazell, R. (1997). ‘Will the United Kingdom exist?’, in A Vision of the Country AD 2097, London: Country Life, pp. 101-108.
  • Hazell, R. (1997). “Constitutional reform starts to roll” Public Law Autumn 1997, pp. 424-427. ISSN: 0033-3565

1995

  • Hazell, R. (1995). “Freedom of Information: the implications for the ombudsman” Public Administration 73 (2) , pp. 263-270. ISSN: 0033-3298 

1993

  • Hazell, R. (1993). “Making the Civil Service more Accountable” in Barnett, A (ed.) Debating the Constitution. Cambridge: Polity Press, pp. 115-118. ISBN: 0745610811.

1991

  • Hazell, R. (1991). "Freedom of Information: Lessons from Canada, Australia and New Zealand" Policy Studies, pp. 38-46.

1989

  • Hazell, R. (1989). “Freedom of Information in Australia, Canada and New Zealand” Public Administration 67 (2) , pp.189-210. ISSN: 0033-3298

1987

  • Hazell, R. (1987). “Introducing Freedom of Information” Canberra Bulletin of Public Administration