Learmount, S (2002) Theorizing corporate governance: new organizational alternatives. Centre for Business Research Working Paper No. 237.
Learmount, S (2002) Meanings of ownership of the firm. Centre for Business Research No. 238.
Learmount, S. (2002) Corporate Governance: what can be learned from Japan? Oxford, Oxford University Press.
Seki, T. & Learmount, S. (eds.) (2001) Corporate Governance in the UK. Tokyo: Shoji Homu Commercial Law Centre.
Reports and journal articles
Learmount, S. (2002). The Process of UK Corporate Governance Reform. Director & Legal Affairs, 92, 4-7.
Learmount, S., Cooper, R. & Press, M. (2000). Design Against Crime: a report to the Design Council, the Home Office and Department of Trade and Industry. Cambridge: Cambridge University Publications Centre.
Learmount, S. & Seki, T. (2000).Evolution of UK Corporate Governance 1: Sir Adrian Cadbury. Director & Legal Affairs, 75, 38-46.
Seki, T. & Learmount, S. (2000). Evolution of UK Corporate Governance 2: Sir Richard Greenbury. Director & Legal Affairs, 76, 63-71.
Seki, T. & Learmount, S. (2000). Evolution of UK Corporate Governance 3: Sir Ronald Hampel. Director & Legal Affairs, 78, 54-61.
Learmount, S. (1998). Approaching Japanese Corporate Governance. Japan Development Bank Research Reports, no. 9803. Tokyo: Japan Development Bank.
Learmount, S. & Remmer, B. (1997). Future Scenarios for the Chinese Telecoms Market. Telecommunications, March 1997, 61-100.
Learmount, S. (2001). International Institutional Investors and UK Corporate Governance. In T. Seki & S. Learmount (eds.) Corporate Governance in the UK. Tokyo: Shoji Homu [Commercial Law Centre.
Cadbury, A. & Learmount, S. (1999). Japanese Corporate Governance and Globalisation. In W. Slemen (ed.) Bridging the Millennium, Bridging the Countries: Anglo-Japanese concerns. London: Daiwa.