Jones, A., and S. McCracken (in press). Crossing the boundary between finance and law: The collaborative problematisation of professional learning in a postgraduate classroom. In C. Candlin and S. Sarangi (eds), Handbook of Communication in Organisations and Professions. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
Jones, A. (2010). Why are logical connectives sometimes detrimental to coherence? In A. Mahboob & N.K. Knight (Eds.), Appliable Linguistics: texts, contexts and meanings. London: Continuum.
Jones, A. (2009). Business discourse as a site of inherent struggle. In Ahmar Mahboob & Caroline Lipovsky (Eds.), Studies in Applied Linguistics and Language Learning. Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
Jones, A. and S. McCracken. (2007). Teaching the discourse of legal risk to finance professionals: Foundations for a linguistically scaffolded curriculum. In Robert Wilkinson and Vera Zegers (eds.). Researching Content and Language Integration in Higher Education. Nijmegen, Maastricht: Valkhof Pers & Maastricht University. Pp. 122-136.
Sin, S., Jones, A. and Petocz, P. 2007. Evaluating a Method of Integrating Generic Skills with Accounting Content based on a Functional Theory of Meaning. In Accounting & Finance, Volume 47, Issue 1, pp. 143-163.
Jones, A. 2005. Conceptual Development in Technical and Textbook Writing: A Challenge for L1 and L2 Student Readers. Proceedings of the International Professional Communication Conference, Limerick, July 2005. CD-ROM. Available from IEEE Professional Communication Society.
Jones, A., and S. Sin. 2004 The integration of language and content: Action research based on a theory of task design. Journal of Applied Linguistics, Vol. 1 No. 1, 95-100.
Jones, A., and Sin, S. 2004. Integrating language with content in first year accounting. In R. Wilkinson (ed.) Integrating Content and Language: meeting the challenge of a multilingual higher education 478-492. Maastricht: Maastricht University Press.
Jones, A., and S. Sin. 2003. Generic Skills for Accounting: Competencies for Students and Graduates. Sydney: Prentice Hall/Pearson Education.