Hammond has written and edited several articles and papers and one book:
- 2003. The Science of Synthesis: Exploring the Social Implications of General Systems Theory, Colorado: University Press of Colorado, June 2003.
- Articles, a selection
- 1995. "Perspectives from the Boulding files". In: Systems Research, Volume 12, Issue 4 (1995), p 281-290.
- 1995. "Cultural Diversity and the Systems View". In: Philosophy in the Contemporary World, 2: 1 (Spring 1995), pp. 7–12
- 1997. "The Use of Biological Metaphor in the Behavioral Sciences: Society as Organism, Ecosystem, or Irreducible Emergent". Paper presented at the biennial conference of the International Society for the History, Philosophy, and Social Studies of Biology in July 1997.
- 1997. "Ecology and Ideology in the General Systems Community". In: Environment and History, Volume 3, Number 2, June 1997, pp. 197–207
- 1998. "Historical Perspectives on the ISSS: Concluding Reflections". Paper presented at the 42nd Annual Conference of the International Society for the Systems Sciences July 18–25, 1998, Held at Georgia Tech, Atlanta Georgia.
- 2002. "Exploring the genealogy of systems thinking". In: Systems Research and Behavioral Science, Vol 19, Issue 5, Pages 429 - 439.
- 2002. "Towards a new Meta-Systems Paradigm for Y3K". With G. Dyer, Y. Horiuchi, M. Otsubo And G. Rowland. In: Journal of Administration and Informatics. Vol 15 (1).
- 2005. "Can Complexity Studies Advance Sustainability?". With Timothy Foxon and Jennifer L Wells. Paper Complex Systems Summer School 2005, Santa Fe Institute.
- 2005. "Philosophical and Ethical Foundations of Systems Thinking". In: Triple C, Issue Vol. 3, No. 2, pp. 20–27.
- 2006. "The life and work of James Grier Miller". With Jennifer Wilby. In: Systems Research and Behavioral Science, Volume 23, Issue 3, Pages 429 - 435.
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