MCKINNIE MRT(2016). Olympian Performance: The Cultural Economics of the Opening Ceremony of London 2012. Public (53) 48-57.
McKinnie M(2013). Performing like a city: London's South Bank and the cultural politics of urban governance. Performance and the Politics of Space: Theatre and Topology,
MCKINNIE MRT(2012). Rethinking Site-Specificity: Monopoly, Urban Space, and the Cultural Economics of Site-Specific Performance. Performing Site-Specific Theatre, Editors: Birch, A, Tompkins, J, Palgrave Macmillan (Basingstoke),
MCKINNIE MRT(2011). Space Administration: Rereading the Material History of Theatre Passe Muraille in Toronto. Theatre and Performance in Toronto, Editors: Levin, L, vol. 21, Playwrights Canada Press (Toronto),
McKinnie M(2010). Capital: Theaterkultur und Stadtplanung am Beispiel von Londons South Bank. Politik des Raumes, Editors: Fischer-Lichte, E, Wihstutz, B, Wilhelm Fink (Munich),
McKinnie M(2010). Bringing Down the House: The Crisis in Britain's Regional Theatres. MOD DRAMA vol. 53, (2) 283-285.
MCKINNIE MRT(2010). From Liberal Shakespeare and Illiberal Critiques: Necessary Angel's King Lear. Canadian Shakespeare, Editors: Knuston, S, vol. 18, Playwrights Canada Press (Toronto),
McKinnie M(2009). Performing the Civic Transnational: Performance, Governance, and Citizenship in Contemporary London. Performance and the city, Editors: Hopkins, DJ, Orr, S, Solga, K, Palgrave MacMillan (Basingstoke),
MCKINNIE MRT(2009). Infinite Variations. 18 Arcolas, Chiffchaff Editions (London),
McKinnie M, Pearson L (2009). Visual Arts Organisations and Higher Education Collaboration: Developing Digital Priorities. London Centre for Arts and Cultural Exchange (London),
MCKINNIE MRT(2007). City Stages: Theatre and Urban Space in a Global City. University of Toronto Press (Toronto),
MCKINNIE MRT(2007). Space and the Geographies of Theatre. Playwrights Canada Press (Toronto),
MCKINNIE M(2006). "The State of the Nation". Canadian Theatre Review (125) 5-8.
McKinnie M(2005). Bees, horseshoes, and puppets for the elderly: The local initiatives program and the political economy of Canadian theatre. CONTEMP THEATRE REV vol. 15, (4) 427-439.
MCKINNIE MRT(2004). A Sympathy for Art: The Sentimental Economies of New Labour Arts Policy. Blairism and the War of Persuasion: Labour's Passive Revolution, Editors: Steinberg, DL, Johnson, R, Laurence and Wishart (London),
MCKINNIE MRT(2003). "Canadian Theatre and Industrial Development". Canadian Theatre Review (Special issue on Celebrating Canadian Plays and Playwriting) vol. 114, 16-20.
MCKINNIE MRT(2003). "Legacies: Richard Rose's Vision for Tarragon Theatre". Canadian Theatre Review (Urjo Kareda Issue) vol. 113, 29-33.
McKinnie M(2003). The state of this place: 'Convictions', the courthouse, and the geography of performance in Belfast (Tinderbox-Theatre-Company). MOD DRAMA vol. 46, (4) 580-597.
MCKINNIE MRT(2002). "Liberal Shakespeares and Illiberal Critiques: Necessary Angel's King Lear". Shakespeare in Canada: A World Elsewhere?, University of Toronto Press (Toronto),
McKinnie M(2001). Urban national, suburban transnational: Civic theatres and the urban development of Toronto's downtowns. THEATRE J vol. 53, (2) 253-276.