Jackson, T and P Victor 2018: Confronting inequality in a post-growth world – basic income, factor substitution and the future of work. CUSP Working Paper No 11. Guildford: University of Surrey.
Jackson, T 2018: Shooting the Bridge – Liminality and the End of Capitalism. In Davies, W (Ed). Economic Science Fictions. London, Goldsmiths Press.
Jackson, T 2018: Everything, in short, except that which makes life worthwhile. Centre for the Understanding of Sustainable Prosperity, Blog, 18 March 2018.
Jackson,T and Webster, R 2018. Limits to Growth revisited. Part II: Policy applications, Thirteen, in Deeming, C and P, Smyth (Eds). Reframing global social policy. Social investment for sustainable and inclusive growth. Policy Press. Pp. 295-322. ISBN: 978-1-4473-3249-7
Jackson, T and Smith, C 2018. Towards Sustainable Lifestyles. Understanding the Policy Challenge. Chapter 16 in Lewis, A (Ed). The Cambridge Handbook of Psychology and Economic Behaviour. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. Pp. 481-515. ISBN: 978-1-316-61390-0
Jackson, T 2017. The future of jobs: is decent work for all a pipe dream?. The Guardian, 15 August 2017.
Jackson, T 2017. An Economy That Works. In: Resurgence & Ecologist, No 302 May/June 2017.
Jackson, T 2017. When all parties want ‘an economy that works’, you know neoliberalism is kaputt. The Guardian, 31 May 2017.
Jackson, T 2017. Towards an Economy That Works. DiEM25 Working Paper. Paris: DiEM25.
Jackson, T 2017. Prosperity Without Growth – Foundations for the Economy of Tomorrow. London: Routledge.
Jackson, T 2017. Ins Morgen investieren. In: Geht doch! Geschichten, die zum Wandel anstiften. München: Oekom.
Jackson, T 2016. Growing Pains. In: RSA, 21st Century Enlightenment, Vol 3 pp. 25-29.
Jackson, T 2016. Beyond consumer capitalism – foundations for a sustainable prosperity. CUSP Working Paper No 2. Guildford: University of Surrey
Jackson, T and R Webster 2016. Limits revisited – a review of the limits to growth debate. APPG on Limits to Growth, April 2016.
Jackson, T, Victor, P and A Asjad Naqvi 2016. Towards a Stock – Flow Consistent Ecological Macroeconomics. WWW for Europe: Work Package 205, Milestone 40 “Report on model results including additional policies to counter averse effects”. Working Paper no 114.
Jackson, T and P Victor 2016. Does slow growth lead to rising inequality? Some theoretical reflections and numerical simulations. Ecological Economics, Vol 121, pp. 206–219.
Jackson, T and P Victor 2015. Does credit create a growth imperative? A quasi-steady state economy with interest-bearing debt. Ecological Economics, Vol 120, pp. 32–48.
Armstrong, A and T Jackson 2015. The Mindful Consumer. Mindfulness training and the escape from consumerism. Friends of the Earth, Big Ideas.
Jackson T and P Victor 2015. Does slow growth lead to rising inequality? – A stock-flow consistent exploration of the ‘Piketty hypothesis’. PASSAGE Working Paper 15/03. Guildford: University of Surrey.
Jackson, T, Victor, P and A Asjad Naqvi. Towards a Stock-Flow Consistent Ecological Macroeconomics. PASSAGE Working Paper 15/02. Guildford: University of Surrey.
Jackson, T and P Victor 2015. Credit creation and the ‘growth imperative’ – a quasi- stationary economy with debt-based money. PASSAGE Working Paper 15/01. Guildford: University of Surrey.
Jackson T 2015. If the rich world aimed for minimal growth, would it be a disaster or a blessing? The Economist, 01 August 2015.
Jackson T 2015. Growth is not the answer to inequality. The Guardian Blog, 13 March 2015.
Jackson T 2015. New Economy. In: Degrowth. A Vocabulary for a New Era. D’Alisa, F, Demaria, F and Kallis G (Eds). Routledge, Oxon. pp. 178-181.
Jackson T 2014. The dilemma of growth: prosperity v economic expansion. The Guardian ‘Rethinking Prosperity’ Blog, 22 September 2014.
Jackson T and P Victor 2014. Does slow growth increase inequality? – A stock-flow consistent exploration of the ‘Piketty hypothesis’. PASSAGE Working Paper 14/02.
Jackson T and P Victor 2013. Green economy at a community scale. Metcalf Foundation: Toronto | November 2013.
Jackson, T 2013. The Altruist Within. In: Sofia #109, pp. 4 – 9. Dinah Livingstone (Ed). ISSN: 1749-9062 | September 2013.
Jackson, T 2013. Angst essen Seele auf – Escaping the ‘iron cage’ of consumerism. In: Wuppertal Spezial (Vol 48), Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy.
Jackson, T 2013. The trouble with productivity. In: Coote, A & J Franklin (Ed.). Time on our side: why we all need a shorter working week. New Economics Foundation: London (p.25-31)
Jackson, T 2013. Opinion – Moving to a Green Economy. In: Nick Stevens (Ed). Britain in 2014. Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC). Immediate Media Co. pp. 24-25.
Jackson, T and P Victor 2013. Developing an Ecological Macroeconomics. Centre for International Governance Innovation | cigionline.org, 11 September 2013.
Costanza R, Alperovitz G, Daly H, Farley J, Franco C, Jackson T, Kubiszewski I, Schor J, Victor P. 2013: Building a Sustainable and Desirable Economy –in-Society- in-Nature. ANUE Press, Caberra, Australia.
Druckman A, Buck I, Hayward B and Jackson T. 2013: Time, gender and carbon: how British adults use their leisure time. In: Coote, A & J Franklin (Ed.). Time on our side: why we all need a shorter working week. New Economics Foundation: London (pp.101 – 112).
Jackson, T 2012. Let’s be less productive. In: The New York Times, 27 May 2012, p SR4
Jackson, T and P Victor 2011. Productivity and Work in the New Economy – Some Theoretical Reflections and Empirical Tests, Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions, Vol.1, No.1, 101-108.
Jackson, T 2011. Confronting consumption: challenges for economics and for policy. In S Dietz, J Michie and C Oughton (Eds) The Political Economy of the Environment: an Interdisciplinary approach 189-212. Abingdon and New York: Routledge.
Jackson, T 2011. Societal transformations for a sustainable economy. Natural Resources Forum 35: 155-164.
Jackson, T 2009. Prosperity without Growth – Economics for a Finite Planet. London: Earthscan.
Jackson, T 2005. Motivating Sustainable Consumption: a review of evidence on consumer behaviour and behavioural change. London: Policy Studies Institute