This page lists some of Edmund’s articles and book chapters in both theology and economic history, with links to those which can be downloaded.

‘The Sacramental Sea’, Anglican Theological Review, 100 (2018).

Afterword to E.Amy Buller, Darkness over Germany: A warning from History, (London: Arcadia, 2017).

‘Warning from history’, Church Times, 5 May 2017.

‘A tale for our roaring times’, Church Times, 5 July 2013.

‘The Power of Small Change. Is there a way to put ethics back into banking?’, Church Times, 11 November 2011.

(with Sabina Alkire), ‘MDG 2: achieve universal primary education’ in Working Together: Ten Bible studies inspired by the Millennium Development Goals (Christian Aid, 2011)

(with Sabina Alkire), ‘The Human Race – A Marathon not a Sprint: the Millennium Development Goals and their Ethos’, in Michelle P. Brown and Richard J. Kelly (eds.), You’re History! How People Make the Difference, (London and New York: Continuum, 2005).

(with Sabina Alkire), ‘Capitalism and the Gospel for the Rich’, in Michael Brierley (ed.), Public Life and the Place of the Church: Reflections to Honour the Bishop of Oxford, (Ashgate, 2005).

‘Another Window on the World’, European Business Forum, 19 (2004).

‘The Irremediable Evil: British Copper Smelters’ Collusion and the Cornish Mining Industry, 1725-1865’, in Kristine Bruland and P K O’Brien (eds.) From Family Firms to Corporate Capitalism, (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1998).

‘Atmospheric Pollution and the British Copper Industry, 1690-1920’, Technology and Culture, 38 (1997).

(with Simon Watts) ‘The Environmental Impact of Industrialisation in South Wales in the Nineteenth Century: Copper Smoke and the Llanelli Copper Company’, Environment and History, 2 (1996).

(with J R Edwards) “The Development of Industrial Cost and Management Accounting before 1850”, Business History, 33 (1991).

(with J R Edwards and George Hammersley) “Cost Accounting at Keswick, England c 1598-1615: The German Connection”, Accounting Historians Journal, 17 (1990).

“Copperopolis: The Rise and Fall of the Copper Industry in the Swansea District, 1826-1921”, Business History, 33 (1990).