Night-time Economy Research Publications
Phil’s work has focused on anti-social behaviour and the governance of public space, with a particular interest in the regulation and policing of the 'night-time economy' and in developing cross-cultural comparative research links in these fields.
Selected major research reports
Bevan, T., Turnham, A., Longwood, M. and Hadfield, P. (2011) Sydney's Night-Time Economy: Cost Benefit Analysis: A Report for the City of Sydney Council. Newcastle: TBR/MAKE/Long View Partners/www.philhadfield.co.uk Click here to Download
Ruston, D., Hadfield, P., and Sanderson, E. (2011) Liverpool City Council Cumulative Impact Policy Consultation. Project Number 11048. Birmingham: M.E.L. Research and Liverpool City Council.
Hadfield, P. (2011) Night-Time Economy Management: International Research and Practice. A Review for the City of Sydney. Leeds: www.philhadfield.co.uk / City of Sydney. Click here to Download
Hadfield, P. and Measham, F. (2011) Lost Orders? Alcohol and Law Enforcement in England and Wales: Final Report to the Portman Group. London: The Portman Group.
Hadfield, P. and Newton, A. (2010) Alcohol, Crime and Disorder in the Night-time Economy. Factsheet. London: Alcohol Concern.
Hadfield, P., Noga, H., Large, J. and Jones, R. (2010) Visitor Drinking, Late-Night Refreshment and Transportation in the Camden Special Policy Areas: Final Report to the London Borough of Camden. August 2010. Summarised at pages 78-85 of Camden's Statement of Licensing Policy. Click here to download
Hadfield, P., Noga, H., Large, J. and Jones, R. (2010) Alcohol Consumption, Pre-Loading, Late-Night Refreshment and Transportation in the Camden Special Policy Areas: Interim Report to the London Borough of Camden. April 2010. Leeds: www.philhadfield.co.uk
Ward, M. and Hadfield, P. with M.E.L. Research (2010) Report on a Drink Pattern Survey for the London Borough of Lambeth. London: Alcohol Concern.
Hadfield, P. (2010) Review of Statement of Licensing Policy: Report 3, Proposed City of London Stress Area Observational Analysis- Summer Period Comparative Report. Leeds: www.philhadfield.co.uk
Ward, M., Stephenson, M., Hadfield, P., Aulton, J., and Munro, M. (2010) Assessing the Harms Caused by Alcohol to Individuals and Communities in Middlesbrough. London: Alcohol Concern.
Hadfield, P., Lister, S., and Traynor, P. (2009) Alcohol Insights: The Orientation and Integration of Local and National Alcohol Policy, London: Alcohol Education Research Council. Click here to download
KPMG LLP / Home Office (2008) Review of the Social Responsibility Standards for the Production and Sale of Alcoholic Drinks. Birmingham: KPMG LLP (contributing author).
Elvins, M. and Hadfield, P. (2003) West End 'Stress Area' Night-Time Economy Profiling: A Demonstration Project: Final Report to the City of Westminster. School of Applied Social Sciences: University of Durham. Click here to download
Open access journal articles
Measham, F. and Hadfield, P. (2009) 'Everything Starts with an 'E': Exclusion, Ethnicity and Elite Formation in Contemporary English Clubland', Adicciones
, 21/4: 363-86 (In English and Spanish translation). Click here to download
Hadfield, P., Lister, S., and Traynor, P. (2009) ‘This Town’s A Different Town Today: Policing and Regulating the Night-time Economy’, Criminology and Criminal Justice. 9/4: 465-85 (with open access). Click here to download