Koh, S.C.L., Genovese, A., Acquaye, A. and Barratt, P. (2013) Decarbonising product supply chains: design and development of an integrated evidence-based decision support system – the supply chain environmental analysis tool (SCEnAT). International Journal of Production Research, 51: 2902-3-2109.
Special Issue: Knowledge management and supporting tools for collaborative networks.
Acquaye, A., Topi, C., Barratt, P., Glew, D., Kuylenstierna, J., Koh, L. and McQueen-Mason. (2012) Greening the supply chain: the development of supply chain carbon maps. International Journal of Engineering Management and Economics (IJEME), 3: 175-192.
Barratt, P. (2012) ‘My magic cam’: A more than representational account of the climbing assemblage. Area, 44: 46-53.
Barratt, P. (2011) Vertical Worlds: technology, hybridity and the climbing body. Social and Cultural Geography, 12(4): 397-412.
Eden, S. and Barratt, P. (2010) Outdoors versus indoors? Angling ponds, climbing walls and changing expectations of environmental leisure. Area, 42(40): 487-493.
Hart, T. and Barratt, P. (2009) The employment of graduates within Small and Medium Sized Firms in England. People, Place and Policy Online, 3(1): 1-15.
Barratt, P. (2012) Low carbon transitions in the workplace: carbon conscious networks of knowledge and practice. Association of American Geographers, New York.
Barratt, P. (2011) Beyond the bottom line: exploring the dynamics of the low carbon cultural economy. Royal Geographical Society with the Institute of British Geographers, London.
Barratt, P. (2009) Monsters of rock: hybrid bodies of ascension. Association of American Geographers, Las Vegas 2009. (Attendance funded by successful applications to University of Hull Graduate School Grant and Department of Geography Research Fund Grant.)
Barratt, P. (2009) ‘My magic cam’: the technologically mediated ascensions of hybrid climbers. Royal Geographical Society with Institute of British Geographers, Manchester.
Conference sessions organised
Green commitments: transitions to a carbon conscious society. AAG New York 2012 – Two sessions sponsored by the Economic Geography Speciality Group and the Energy and Environment Speciality Group of the AAG (co-organised with David Gibbs, University of Hull and Patrick Heidkamp, Southern Connecticut State University).
Learning to be low carbon: levering change at home and at work. RGS/IBG London 2011 – Two sessions sponsored by the Planning and Environment Research Group and Energy Research Group of the RGS/IBG (co-organised with David Gibbs and Sally Eden, University of Hull).
Getting Away from it all: embodied engagements with ‘nature’. RGS/IBG London 2011 - Two sessions sponsored by Social and Cultural Geography Research Group and Women in Geography Study Group (co-organised with Leila Dawney, University of Exeter).
Koh, S.C., Genovese, A., Barratt, P. Acquaye, A., Rana, N., Kuylenstierna, J., Gibbs, D. and Cullen, J. (2011) Making the change: The transition to low carbon supply chains. Centre for Low Carbon Futures.
Koh, S.C., Genovese, A., Barratt, P. Acquaye, A., Rana, N., Kuylenstierna, J., Gibbs, D. and Cullen, J. (2011) Supply Chain Environmental Analysis: A new system for delivering a low carbon supply chain. Centre for Low Carbon Futures.
Hart, T. and Barratt, P. (2009) The Employment of Graduates in Small and Medium Sized Firms. Graduate Market Trends: Autumn edition: 15-17.
Bradley, P.N., Barratt, P. and Hart, T. (2006) Final Report: The Benefits of Employing Graduates in SMEs. Department of Trade and Industry.
Barratt, P., Braidford, P. and Houston, M. (2005) Final Report: The provision of guidance and support to individual Connexions Partnerships undertaking local evaluation studies. Department for Education and Skills.
Barratt, P., Braidford, P. and Houston, M. (2004) Connexions Evaluation Planning Handbook. Department for Education and Skills.
Bradley, P.N. and Barratt, P. (2003) Study of the relative costs of delivering the Connexions Service in rural and urban areas. Department for Education and Skills. http://www.dcsf.gov.uk/research/data/uploadfiles/RR390.pdf