McMullin, C. (2023) “The Persistent Constraints of New Public Management on Sustainable Co-Production between Non-Profit Professionals and Service Users”, Administrative Sciences.

McMullin, C. (2022) “Individual, Group, and Collective Co-production: The Role of Public Value Conceptions in Shaping Co-production Practices“, Administration and Society.

McMullin, C. (2022) “I’m paid to do other things”: Complementary co-production tasks for professionals, Local Government Studies.

McMullin, C. (2021) ‘Financial mechanisms for innovative social and solidarity economy ecosystems: The case of Quebec’, International Labour Organization.

McMullin, C. (2021) ‘Transcription and qualitative methods: Implications for third sector research’, special issue of Voluntas on “Researching the Third Sector: Approaches, Methods, and Applications”.

McMullin, C., Roy, M.J., and Curtin, M. (2021) ‘Institutional logics as a framework for understanding third sector development: An analysis of Quebec and Scotland’, Policy & Politics.

McMullin, C. (2021) ‘Challenging the necessity of New Public Governance: Co-production by third sector organizations under different models of public management’, Public Administration.

McMullin, C. (2021) ‘Migrant integration services and coping with the digital divide: Challenges and opportunities of the COVID-19 pandemic’, Voluntary Sector Review.

McMullin, C. and Raggo, P. (2020) ‘Leadership and governance in times of crisis: A balancing act for nonprofit boards’, Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly.

McMullin, C. (2019) ‘Coproduction and the third sector in France: Governmental traditions and the French conceptualization of participation’, Social Policy and Administration.

McMullin, C. and Skelcher, C. (2018) ‘The impact of societal level institutional logics on hybridity: Evidence from non-profit organizations in England and France’, Voluntas.

Vickers, I., Lyon, F., Sepulveda, L. and McMullin, C. (2017) ‘Public service innovation and multiple institutional logics:  The case of hybrid social enterprise providers of health and wellbeing’, Research Policy.

Book chapters:

McMullin, C. (2020) ‘Co-production of public services: Institutional barriers to the involvement of citizens in policy implementation’ in H. Sullivan and H. Dickinson (Eds.), A Handbook of the Public Servant, Palgrave Macmillan.

McMullin, C. (2020) ‘The role of public servants in facilitating local community projects: Citizen-led co-production in Quebec’ in H. Sullivan and H. Dickinson (Eds.), A Handbook of the Public Servant, Palgrave Macmillan.

McMullin, C. (2018) ‘Co-production and community development in France’ in Verschuere, B., Brandsen, T. and Steen, T., eds., Co-production and co- creation: Engaging citizens in public service delivery, Routledge.

McMullin, C. and Needham, C. (2018) ‘Co-production and healthcare’ in Verschuere, B., Brandsen, T. and Steen, T., eds., Co-production and co-creation: Engaging citizens in public service delivery, Routledge.

Needham, C. & McMullin, C. (2017) ‘Coproduction’ in Farazmand, A., ed., Global Encyclopedia of Public Administration, Public Policy, and Governance, Cham: Springer International Publishing, 1-6.

Book review:

McMullin, C., 2016. Designing public policy for co-production: theory, practice and change, by Catherine Durose and Liz Richardson, Bristol, Policy Press, 2015, 176 pp.,£ 23.00 (paperback), ISBN 9781447316695. Local Government Studies, pp.1-3.

Other publications:

McMullin, C. (2019) ‘La coproduction des services publics : tour d’horizon d’un concept’, Action publique : Recherche et pratiques, Ministère de l’économie et des finances, pp. 12-21.

Lessons for Leadership – the experience of LSIS – final version (2013) Public Chairs Forum

Community Rights Made Real (2012) Urban Forum

Regeneration of Tottenham: proposals from the voluntary and community sector (2012) Haringey Association of Voluntary and Community Organisations

Local Democracy Revisited: The Changing Role of Local Councillors (2011) Urban Forum

Involving Communities: A Legal Duty? (2010) Urban Forum

Local Action: ‘The Handy Guide’ for Communities Working with Councillors (2010) Urban Forum