The Foundations of Female Entrepreneurship: Enterprise, Home and Household in London c.1800-1880 (Taylor & Francis: Routledge, April 2009). http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415431743/
Journal & collection papers etc:
‘Retailing respectability’ in Casson, M. & Casson. C. (eds), History of Entrepreneurship (Edward Elgar, 2013)
The Houses of Crystal Palace Park Road and Thicket Road. (The Crystal Palace Foundation – UK Registered Charity No.285563, 2011)
‘Villas, values and the Crystal Palace Company, 1852-1911’, The London Journal 33:1 (2008), pp.21-39.
‘A measure of worth: probate valuations, personal wealth and indebtedness in England, 1810-40,’ Historical Research 79 (2006), pp.383-483. Co-authored with Owens, A., Green D.R., and Bailey, C.
‘Retailing, respectability and the independent woman in nineteenth century London’ in Beachy, R., Craig, B. & Owens, A. (eds), Women, Business and Finance in Nineteenth-Century Europe: Rethinking Separate Spheres (Berg, 2006), pp.152-166.
‘Revealing her assets: Liberating the Victorian businesswoman from the sources’, Business Archives: Sources and History 92 (2006), pp.1-16.
‘Small business, self-employment and women’s work-life choices in nineteenth century London’, in Brown, J., Mitch, D. & Van Leeuwen, M. (eds), Origins of the Modern Career (Ashgate, 2004), pp.191-206.
‘A little enterprise of her own. Lodging house keeping and the accommodation business in mid-nineteenth- century London’, The London Journal 28:2, (2003), pp.41-53.
‘Reaction not retreat: Small business proprietorship and the redundant woman’, Economic History Society New Researchers’ Papers 2002, pp.93-99. NB. As Parkinson, A.C.