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Mills, Tom and Domhoff, G. William (2023). The policy-planning capacity of the American corporate community:Corporations, policy-oriented nonprofits, and the inner circle in 1935–1936 and 2010–2011. Theory and Society, 52 (6), pp. 1067-1096.

Bassett, Lewis and Mills, Tom (2021). Movements and Gatekeepers in a Hybrid Media Environment:A Comparison of the Twitter Networks of Corbynism and the People's Vote Movement. Political Quarterly, 92 (2), pp. 229-238.

Mills, Tom, Mullan, Killian and Fooks, Gary Jonas (2021). Impartiality on Platforms:The Politics of BBC Journalists’ Twitter Networks. Journalism Studies, 22 (1), pp. 22-41.

Massoumi, Narzanin, Mills, Tom and Miller, David (2020). Secrecy, coercion and deception in research on ‘terrorism’ and ‘extremism’. Contemporary Social Science, 15 (2), pp. 134-152.

Mills, Tom, Massoumi, Narzanin and Miller, David (2020). The ethics of researching ‘terrorism’ and political violence:a sociological approach. Contemporary Social Science, 15 (2), pp. 119-133.

Mills, Tom (2018). The Legacy of Edward Herman. Media Theory, 2 (2), pp. 110-116.

Mills, Tom (2018). What has become of critique? Reassembling sociology after Latour. British Journal of Sociology, 69 (2), pp. 286-305.

Fooks, Gary and Mills, Tom (2017). The tolerable cost of European Union regulation:leaving the EU and the market for politically convenient facts. Journal of Social Policy, 46 (4), pp. 719-743.

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Fooks, Gary Jonas, Mullan, Killian, Willmott, Jennifer, Yates, David and Mills, Tom (2023). Executive Summary. Who Won? Who Lost? The Distributional Impact of COVID-19 Government Support for Business. Aston University, Birmingham.

Fooks, Gary Jonas, Mullan, Killian, Yates, David, Mills, Tom and Willmott, Jennifer (2023). Who Won? Who Lost? The Distributional Impact of COVID-19 Government Support for Business.:Aston Centre for Health and Society Policy Brief. Aston University, Birmingham.

Fooks, Gary Jonas, Mullan, Killian, Willmott, Jennifer, Yates, Dave, Mills, Tom and Davis, Manon (2023). Who Gained, who Lost? The Distributional Impact of COVID-19 Government Support for Business. Aston University.

Fooks, Gary and Mills, Tom (2017). Is EU regulation really so bad for the UK? The Conversation Trust (UK).

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