Gareth Enticott
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Performance failure in the public sector: misfortune or mismanagement?
R Andrews, GA Boyne, G Enticott
Public Management Review 8 (2), 273-296, 2006
Using multiple informants in public administration: Revisiting the managerial values and actions debate
RM Walker, G Enticott
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 14 (3), 417-434, 2004
The spaces of biosecurity: prescribing and negotiating solutions to bovine tuberculosis
G Enticott
Environment and Planning A 40 (7), 1568-1582, 2008
Sustainability, performance and organizational strategy: An empirical analysis of public organizations
G Enticott, RM Walker
Business Strategy and the Environment 17 (2), 79-92, 2008
Calculating nature: the case of badgers, bovine tuberculosis and cattle
G Enticott
Journal of Rural Studies 17 (2), 149-164, 2001
The role and functioning of cultural scripts in farming and agriculture
F Vanclay, G Enticott
Sociologia Ruralis 51 (3), 256-271, 2011
The use of multiple informants in public administration research: Data aggregation using organizational echelons
G Enticott, GA Boyne, RM Walker
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 19 (2), 229-253, 2009
Risking the rural: nature, morality and the consumption of unpasteurised milk
G Enticott
Journal of Rural Studies 19 (4), 411-424, 2003
The ecological paradox: social and natural consequences of the geographies of animal health promotion
G Enticott
Transactions of the Institute of British geographers 33 (4), 433-446, 2008
Researching local government using electronic surveys
G Enticott
Local Government Studies 29 (2), 52-67, 2003
The local universality of veterinary expertise and the geography of animal disease
G Enticott
Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 37 (1), 75-88, 2012
Biosecurity: spaces, practices, and boundaries
N Bingham, G Enticott, S Hinchliffe
Environment and Planning A 40 (7), 1528-1533, 2008
Lay immunology, local foods and rural identity: defending unpasteurised milk in England
G Enticott
Sociologia Ruralis 43 (3), 257-270, 2003
Multiple voices of modernization: some methodological implications
G Enticott
Public Administration 82 (3), 743-756, 2004
Techniques of neutralising wildlife crime in rural England and Wales
G Enticott
Journal of Rural Studies 27 (2), 200-208, 2011
Biosecurity, expertise and the institutional void: the case of bovine tuberculosis
G Enticott, A Franklin
Sociologia Ruralis 49 (4), 375-393, 2009
Scripts, animal health and biosecurity: The moral accountability of farmers' talk about animal health risks
G Enticott, F Vanclay
Health, Risk & Society 13 (4), 293-309, 2011
Animal disease and narratives of nature: Farmers' reactions to the neoliberal governance of bovine Tuberculosis
D Maye, G Enticott, R Naylor, B Ilbery, J Kirwan
Journal of Rural Studies 36, 401-410, 2014
Biosecurity and food security: spatial strategies for combating bovine tuberculosis in the UK
G Enticott, A Franklin, S Van Winden
The Geographical Journal 178 (4), 327-337, 2012
The changing role of veterinary expertise in the food chain
G Enticott, A Donaldson, P Lowe, M Power, A Proctor, K Wilkinson
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 366 …, 2011
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