A paper by Anastasia Smirnova has just appeared in Linguistic Inquiry. The paper investigates argument realization in English nominal constructions such as 'the enemy's invasion', with a specific focus on the semantic interpretation of the possessive argument in nominalizations. The argument is that there is a correspondence between the mapping of arguments in nominal constructions and argument alternation pattern shown by the corresponding verbs. The full bibliographic information of the paper is given below.

Smirnova, Anastasia. (2015) Nominalization in English: Semantic Restrictions on Argument Realization. Linguistic Inquiry, 46:568-579.