Schirmer, J., Bull, L. 2014.“Assessing the likelihood of widespread landholder adoption of afforestation and reforestation projects.” Global Environmental Change 24:306 - 320

Leavengood, S. and L. Bull. 2012. The Global Forest Sector: Changes, Practices and Prospects: “Innovation in the Forest Sector.” Editors: Hansen, E., R. Panwar, and R. Vlosky. Taylor and Francis Group/CRC Press. Boca Raton, Florida.

 Schirmer J, Bull, L. “Planting trees for carbon sequestration: what do landholders think?” Technical Report 218, CRC Forestry, 2011

Pratley, J., Kanowski, P. and Bull, L. (2010) “Education and training challenges for the Australian Forestry Sector: an analysis based on recent trends in university and VET completions.” Australian Forestry 73:227-223

Bull, L. and Thompson, D.W. (2010) "Developing forest sinks in Australia and the United States: a forest owner’s prerogative." Forest Policy and Economics, 13(5):311-317

Hansen,E., Nybakk, E., Crespell, P., Knowles, C., Bull, L., Jelvez, A. (2011) “A Multinational Investigation of Softwood Sawmilling Innovativeness.” Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research 26:278-287

Hansen, E. and L. Bull. 2010.  “An Illustration of Lessons for Forest Sector Researchers and Managers from Current New Product Development Research.” Journal of Forest Products Business Research. 7(4):1-7.

Bull, Lyndall & Kanowski, Peter. “The National Forestry Masters Program: a new era of collaboration in professional forestry education.” The Institute of Foresters of Australia 2009 Conference. Caloundra, Queensland Australia

Ferguson, I., Bull, L, Gorrie, G. “Improving the investment climate for Australian Forest Industries.” Asia-Pacific Forestry Commission, Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations, May 2009

Niskanen, A., Lunnan, A. Ota, I, Blatner, K., Herbohn, J., Bull, L., Hickey, G.M. and Ferguson, I. 2007. “Policies affecting forestry entrepreneurship.” Small-scale Forestry 6(3): 233-255

Dibrell, C., Down, J.T. & Bull, L. 2007. “Dynamic strategic planning: Achieving strategic flexibility through formalization.” Journal of Business and Management, 13(1): 21-35

Bull, Lyndall. (2005) “Firm based resources and their impact on determining price structures for wood product innovations.” poster presented at “XXII IUFRO World Congress, Forests in the Balance: Linking Tradition and Technology”, Brisbane, Australia

Bull, Lyndall., Ferguson, Ian. (2004) “Factors influencing the success of wood product innovations in Australia and New Zealand.” Forest Policy and Economics (8) 2006 pp 742 - 750

Bull, Lyndall., Ferguson, Ian. (2004) “Core Competencies and the Commercialisation of Innovative Wood Products in Australia
& New Zealand.” poster presented at Forest Product Society Annual Meeting, Madison, United States of America

Bull, L.M., Kelly, M.A. (2002) “International market prospects and the changing structure of the Australian plantation industry.” Australian Forestry, 66 (1)

Bull, L.M, Bren, L.J. (2001) “The socio-economic contributions of a timber mill in a small country town. A case study” in Australian Forestry 64 (2)