1. Lees-Marshment, J, A. Huff, N. Bendle (forthcoming), ‘A Social Commons Paradigm in Government’ Journal of Business Ethics, Special issue on The Ethics of the Commons (conditionally accepted).
  2. Lees-Marshment, J (2019), ‘Marketing Scholars and Political Marketing: the Pragmatic and Principled Reasons for Why Marketing Academics Should Research the Use of Marketing in the Political Arena’ Journal of Customer Needs and Solutions, p. 1-8 DOI 10.1007/s40547-019-0091-0 OPEN ACCESS http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s40547-019-0091-0
  3. Hendriks, Carolyn and Jennifer Lees-Marshment (2018) ‘Political leaders and public engagement: the hidden world of informal elite-citizen interaction’ Political Studies (2018 doi 10.1177/0032321718791370) – abstract
  4. Lees-Marshment, J and O. Smolovic-Jones (2018) ‘Being more with less: exploring the flexible political leadership identities of government ministers.’ Leadership 14(4) 460–482 https://doi.org/10.1177/1742715016687815 abstract 
  5. Osborne, Danny, Yannick Dufresne, Gregory Eady, Jennifer Lees-Marshment, and Cliff van der Linden (2017) ‘Is the personal always political? Education and political knowledge strengthen the relationship between Openness and conservatism’ Journal of Individual Differences – abstract
  6. Lees-Marshment, J (2016) ‘Deliberative political leaders: the role of policy input in political leadership’  in Politics and Governance 4(2): Pages 25-35 Special issue ‘New Approaches to Political Leadership’ edited by Mark Bennisterabstract
  7. Osborne, D., J. Lees-Marshment and C. van der Linden (2016) ‘Using latent profile analysis to identify subtypes of New Zealanders and predict flag change support’ New Zealand Journal of Sociology 31(7): 19-47 – abstract
  8. Lees-Marshment, J., Y. Dufresne, G. Eady, D. Osborne, C. Van der Linden & J. Vowles (2015). ‘Vote Compass in the 2014 New Zealand election: Hearing the voice of New Zealand voters’ by Political Science, 67 (2), 94-124. doi:10.1177/0032318715609076 – abstract 
  9. Lees-Marshment, J (2015) ‘The Democratic Contribution of Political Market Researchers’ Journal of Public Affairs 15(1) 4-13 – abstract
  10. Lees-Marshment, J (2014) The Value of Pragmatic Principle in Politics and Government: guidelines for government staff and political advisors from applied academic research’ Contemporary European Studies: An International Journal for the Study of Contemporary European Politics And Society  abstract
  11. Lennox Esselment, A, J. Lees-Marshment and A. Marland (2014) ‘The Nature of Political Advising to Prime Ministers in Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the United Kingdom’ Commonwealth & Comparative Politics (2014) Vol 52 Issue 3 358-375 DOI 10.1080/14662043.2014.919731 – abstract
  12. Lees-Marshment, J and R. Pettitt (2014) ‘Mobilising Volunteer Activists in Political Parties: The view from central office’  Contemporary Politics 20(2): 246-260 – abstract
  13. Lees-Marshment, J and A Marland (2012) ‘The perspectives of Canadian political consultants about political marketing’  The Canadian Journal of Communication  Vol 37(2): 333-343 – abstract
  14. Lees-Marshment, J and D Lilleker (2012) ‘Knowledge sharing and lesson learning: consultants’ perspectives on the international sharing of political marketing strategy’ Contemporary Politics 18(3): 343–354 – abstract
  15. Lees-Marshment, J (2009) ‘Political marketing and the 2008 New Zealand election: a comparative perspective’  Australian Journal of Political Science 44(3): 457–475  – abstract
  16. Lees-Marshment, J (2009) ‘Marketing after the election: the potential and limitations of maintaining a market-orientation in government’ Canadian Journal of Communication, Special issue Rethinking Public Relations Vol 34: 205-227 – abstract
  17. Lees-Marshment, J. (2008) “Komplexní politický marketing: současné zamyšlení nad minulými závěry a budoucími směry” [English title: ‘Comprehensive Political Marketing: current reflections on past conclusions and future directions.’] Politologica 6: 7-22 – abstract
  18. Lees-Marshment, J. (2006) ‘Political Marketing theory and practice: a reply to Ormrod’s Critique of the Lees-Marshment Market-Oriented Party Model’ Politics 26(2): 119-125 – abstract
  19. Lees-Marshment, J. (2005) ‘The Marketing Campaign: the British General Election of 2005’ Journal of Marketing Management 9/10:1151-1160 – abstract
  20. Lees-Marshment, J. (2004) ‘Mis-marketing the Conservatives: The Limitations of Style over Substance’ Political Quarterly  75 (4) (October-December); 392-397 – abstract
  21. Lees-Marshment, J. (2003) ‘Marketing good works: new trends in how interest groups recruit supporters’ Journal of Public Affairs (2003) 3(4); 358-370 November – abstract
  22. Lees-Marshment, J. (2003) ‘Political Marketing: how to reach that pot of gold’ Journal of Political Marketing (2003) 2(1) pp. 1-32 – abstract
  23. Ingram, P and J. Lees-Marshment (2002) ‘The Anglicisation of Political Marketing: how Blair out-marketed Clinton’ Journal of Public Affairs 2(2): 44-56  – abstract
  24. Lees-Marshment, J. (2001) ‘Marketing the British Conservatives 1997-2001.’ Journal of Marketing Management 17 (9-10) pp. 929-41 – abstract
  25. Lees-Marshment, J. (2001) ‘The Product, Sales and Market-Oriented Party and how Labour learnt to market the product, not just the presentation’ European Journal of Marketing 35(9/10) pp. 1074-1084 – abstract
  26. Lees-Marshment, J. and S. Quayle (2001) ‘Empowering the Members or Marketing the Party? The Conservative Reforms of 1998′ Political Quarterly  72 (2): 204-212 – abstract
  27. Lees-Marshment, J. and D. Lilleker (2001) ‘Political Marketing and Traditional Values: ‘Old Labour’ for ‘new times’?’ Contemporary Politics 7(3): 205-216 – abstract
  28. Lees-Marshment, J. (2001) ‘The Marriage of Politics and Marketing’ Political Studies 49(4): 692-713 – abstract