Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers, London (1979)
The Invisible Economy, Pitman, London (1988)
BIEC Yearbook 1989-90, MacMillan, London (1989)
Planning for Europe, Waterlow, London (1989)
The City and the Single European Market, Woodhead-Faulkner, London (1990)
Uruguay Round Trade in Services Perspectives, ASEC, Geneva (1990)
Proceedings of the XIXth International Congress of the International Federation of Surveyors, Helsinki (1990)
The SQ Mile Magazine, London (1991)
Economic Affairs, London (1992)
Marketing Strategies for Services, Pergamon, London (1994)
International Forum on Quality of Service in Insurance and Banking, CAPA, Paris (1994)
The Service Economy, US CSI, Washington DC (1995, 1997)
PROGRES Newsletter (1996 - )
The Geneva Papers on Risk and Insurance, Geneva, (1997, 2000, 2001)
The Financial Regulator, London (1998)
International Review of Sociology - Vol 9 No 1, Carfax, Basingstoke, UK (1999)
Eurostat, Statistics in Focus – Theme 4 – 16/1999
The draft Manual on Statistics of International Trade in Services.
First World Services Congress, Atlanta, November 1999
Insights into the invisible or where the draft Manual on Statistics of International Trade in Services is positioned in the statistical firmament.
RESER 9th Annual International Conference, Madrid, October 1999
“SMEs and employment: comparison between the EU, the USA and Japan”.
Enterprises in Europe, European Commission (2000): Chapter: “The place of SMEs in EU employment”.
Trade and Regulatory Reform – insights from country experience, OECD, Paris, 2001: chapter 10 ‘Internationally harmonised measures and recognition of equivalent measures’, andchapter 14 ‘A personal view of the issues’.
Forthcoming: chapter on the GATS for a book comprising articles by RESER members, following the conference in Bergen in October 2000.
Regulatory issues for global services activities: how suppliers using new technologies may be impacted by the rules of the General Agreement on Trade in Services.
RESER 11th Annual International Conference, Grenoble, October 2001
How can the General Agreement on Trade in Services be improved ? – A Technical Review. Second World Services Congress, Hong Kong, September 2001
Regulation and liberalisation under the GATS
Symposium on “Issues confronting the world trading system”, WTO, Geneva, July 2001
Services: trends, consequences and the effects of a new WTO round.
2001 Roundtable on “Services in Transition Economies” of the Committee for Trade, Industry and Enterprise Development, UN Economic Commission for Europe, Geneva, June 2001
To what degree can services be liberalised ? 642nd Wilton Park Conference: “The World Trade Agenda”, Foreign and Commonwealth Office, UK, July 2001
Services trade, investment and competition in the New Economy and the GATS 2000 negotiations.
Applied Services Economics Centre (ASEC) Seminar, Geneva, February 2001
Internationally harmonised measures and recognition of foreign equivalent measures.
Emerging Market Economy Forum, Workshop on “Regulatory reform and the multilateral trading system”, OECD, Paris, December 2000
Financial services and the WTO negotiations – a report on some issues raised at the PROGRES Seminar on the regulation of insurance services.
7th Conference on “Strategic issues in insurance”, the Geneva Association, London October 2000
The liberalisation of international trade in services: issues of competence and legitimacy for the GATS – and the impact of its rules on institutions.
RESER 10th Annual International Conference, Bergen, October 2000
To what degree can services be liberalised? 606th Wilton Park Conference: “Prospects for trade liberalisation in the new Millennium”, Foreign and Commonwealth Office, UK, July 2000
Negotiations on trade in services: objectives of Arab countries.
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