John Barnes, Historian

Publications

  • (with R.K.Middlemas): Baldwin. A Biography. Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1969.
  • (with A,Thompson): The Day Before Yesterday. Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1971.
  • "The Record". Part I of C.Cook and D.McKie (eds): The Decade of Disillusion. Macmillan, 1972.
  • Editor (with D.J.Nicholson): The Leo Amery Diaries. Volume I 1896-1929. Hutchinson, 1980.
  • "From Eden to Macmillan", in P.Hennessy and A.F.Seldon (eds): Ruling Performance. Blackwell, 1988.
  • Editor (with D.J.Nicholson): The Empire at Bay. The Diaries of L.S.Amery. Volume II. Hutchinson, 1988.
  • (with N.A.Barr): Strategies for Higher Education. The Alternative White Paper. Aberdeen University Press, 1988.
  • "Should we trust the market in Higher Education?" in S.Sexton (ed): Funding and Management of Higher Education. Institute of Economic Affairs, 1989.
  • (with N.A.Barr): "Policies for Access, Expansion and Efficiency" in R.Watts and J.Greenberg (eds): Post Secondary Education: Preparation for the World of Work. Gower, 1990.
  • (with S.Edwards, J.Henry & Dilys Milward): Report of the Management Enquiry into West Lambeth District Health Authority. S.E.T.R.H.A., 1990.
  • Commentary on E.Hobsbawm, "Britain: a comparative view" in B.Brivati & H.Jones (eds):What Difference did the War make? Leicester University Press, 1993.
  • (with R.Cockett) "Conservative policy-making" in A.Seldon & S.Ball (eds): Conservative Century. The Conservative Party since 1900. Oxford University Press, 1994.
  • "Ideology and Factions" in A.Seldon and S.Ball (eds): Conservative Century. The Conservative Party since 1900. Oxford University Press, 1994.
  • "Education - the changing balance of power" in David Gladstone (ed): British Social Welfare. Past, present and future. UCL Press, 1995.
  • State, Markets and Education. LSE Public Policy Paper No. 10, 1996.
  • Federal Britain. No Longer Unthinkable? Centre for Policy Studies, 1997.
  • "Finance and university Autonomy" in M.Henkel & B.Little (eds): Changing Relationships between Higher Education and the State. Jessica Kingsley, 1998.
  • "The Prime Minister's role in Foreign Affairs and Economic Policy: creeping bilateralism in action?" in Simon James & Virginia Preston (eds): British Politics since 1945. Macmillan, 2001.
  • "What if the Conservatives had won in 1964?" in D.Brack & I.Dale (eds): Prime Minister Portillo and other things that never happened. Politico's, 2003.
  • "Viscount Eccles", "Jean Denton" et al. in I.Dale (ed): Politico's Book of the Dead. Politico's, 2004.