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CURRICULUM VITAE Name Address Julian LE GRAND Department of Social Policy London School of Economics Houghton St London WC2A

2AE LSE: tel: +44 207 955 7353 Home tel: +44 117 942 5253 Mobile: +44 7771 985 294 E-mail: j.legrand@lse.ac.uk British BA Economics, University of Sussex, 1967. Upper second. PhD Economics, University of Pennsylvania, 1972

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Nationality Degrees Honours and Awards 2007 2006 1999 1997 1967-71 Present Post 1993-present Previous Posts 2003-2005 1987-93 1985-1987 1978-1985 1977-1978 1971-1977

Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts Honorary Doctorate (D.Litt), University of Sussex. Founding Academician, Academy of Social Sciences Honorary Fellow, Faculty of Public Health Medicine Thouron Scholar, University of Pennsylvania

Richard Titmuss Professor of Social Policy, London School of Economics (on secondment 2003-2005)

Senior Policy Adviser to the Prime Minister, No.10 Downing St (on secondment) Professor of Public Policy and (from 1990) Director of School for Advanced Urban Studies, University of Bristol. Senior Research Fellow, and Director of Welfare State Programme, Suntory-Toyota International Centre for Economics and Related Disciplines, London School of Economics Lecturer in Economics, London School of Economics Visiting Professor in Economics, University of California at Santa Barbara Lecturer in Economics, University of Sussex 1

Current Public Service 2007-present 2006-present 2005-present Expert Advisory Group, Social Work Practices, Department for Children, Schools and Families Chairman, Health England: the National Reference Group for Health and Well-being, Department of Health. Member, Group of Societal Policy Analysts, European Commission, Brussels

Previous Public Service 2007-2008 2006-2007 1999-2003 1996-1999 1994-1999 1994-1995 1990.1995 1988-1992 1982-1986 Member, Steering Panel, Science Review, Department of Health Chairman, Working Group on Social Care Practices, Department for Education and Skills Commissioner, Commission for Health Improvement Vice-Chairman and Non-Executive Director, Frenchay NHS Healthcare Trust Member, General Officer Commanding's Health Service Advisory Board, British Forces Germany Health Commission Non-Executive Director, Avon Health Authority Member, Avon Family Health Service Authority Member, Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) Research Grants Board Member, ESRC Social Affairs Committee

Current Professional Activities 2007-present Trustee, Kings Fund 2007-present Member, Research Awards Advisory Committee, Leverhulme Trust 2007-present Editorial Board, Political Quarterly 2005-present International Advisory Board, Health Economics, Policy and Law 2004-present Chairman, Harkness Fellowship Selection Committee Previous Professional Activities 2007-8 1993-2007 1999-2003 1999-2001 Member, Local Government Association Health Commission Fellow and Senior Associate, Kings Fund Governor and Member of Council, London School of Economics. Member, Institute of Public Policy Research Commission on Public/Private Partnerships 2

1998-2000 1996-1997 1983 1984-1986 1988-1992 1991-1998 At various times

Member, Fabian Commission on Taxation and Citizenship Member of Council, Policy Studies Institute Visiting Research Fellow, Research School of Social Sciences, Australian National University, Canberra Editorial Board, Quarterly Journal of Social Affairs Editorial Board, Policy and Politics Editorial Board, Consumer Policy Review Consultant for the World Health Organisation, the World Bank, the European Commission, the OECD, the BBC, HM Treasury, the UK National Audit Office, the UK Department of Health and le Ministere de l'Urbanisme et du Logement, Paris.

PUBLICATIONS Authored Books 1976 1980 1982 1984 1988 1991 1992 1996 2003 The Economics of Social Problems (with R. Robinson) Houndmills: Macmillan. The Economics of Social Problems (with R. Robinson) US edition, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. The Strategy of Equality: Redistribution and the Social Services, London: Allen and Unwin. The Economics of Social Problems (with R. Robinson) 1984, 2nd edition, Houndmills: Macmillan. Not Only the Poor: The Middle Classes and the Welfare State (with R. Goodin et al), London: Allen and Unwin. Equity and Choice: An Essay in Economics and Applied Philosophy, London: Harper Collins (now Routledge). The Economics of Social Problems 3rd edition, (with R. Robinson and C. Propper) Houndmills: Macmillan. Rationing in the NHS: Principles and Pragmatism (with B. New), London: Kings Fund. Motivation, Agency and Public Policy: Of Knights and Knaves, Pawns and Queens, Oxford: Oxford University Press. Greek translation 2007. Japanese translation 2008. Motivation, Agency and Public Policy: Of Knights and Knaves, Pawns and Queens, Oxford: Oxford University Press. Revised Paperback Edition. The Other Invisible Hand: Delivering Public Services through Choice and Competition Oxford: Princeton University Press The Economics of Social Problems 4th edition, (with C. Propper and S. Smith) Houndmills: Palgrave Macmillan

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Edited Books 1984 1989 Privatisation and the Welfare State (ed with R. Robinson), London: Allen and Unwin. Market Socialism (ed with S. Estrin), Oxford: Oxford University Press. 4

1993 1994

Quasi-Markets and Social Policy (ed with W. Bartlett), Houndmills: Macmillan. Evaluating the NHS Reforms (ed with R. Robinson), London: Kings Fund Institute. Quasi-Markets in the Welfare State (ed with W. Bartlett, C. Propper, and D. Wilson) SAUS Publications, Bristol.

1998

A Revolution in Social Policy: Quasi-Market Reforms in the 1990s (ed with W. Bartlett, and J. Roberts) Bristol: the Policy Press. The State of Social Welfare, 1997 (ed with P. Flora, P.de Jong and J-Y Kim) Aldershot: Ashgate. Learning from the NHS Internal Market: A Review of the Evidence (ed with N. Mays and J. Mulligan) London: Kings Fund Publishing.

1999 2002 2007

Health Care and Cost Containment in the European Union (ed with E.Mossialos) Aldershot: Ashgate. Understanding Social Exclusion (ed with J. Hills and D. Piachaud) Oxford: Oxford University Press. Making Social Policy Work (ed with J. Hills and D. Piachaud) Bristol: the Policy Press.

Government Reports 2007 Consistent Care Matters: Exploring the Potential of Social Work Practices London: Department for Education and Skills. http://www.dfes.gov.uk/publications/timeforchange/docs/7089DfESConsCareMat.pdf

Other Volumes 1990 Symposium on the Welfare State (ed with B. Barry and R. Goodin) Ethics, University of Chicago Press Social Welfare in Britain and Poland (ed with W. Okrasa), STICERD Occasional Paper No.12, LSE. 1997 Public/Private Partnerships (with D. Corry and R. Radcliffe), London: Institute of Public Policy Research.

Articles in Refereed Journals 1971 1975 'Concerning the appropriate formulae for achieving horizontal equity through revenue sharing' (with A. Reschovsky), National Tax Journal, 24, 475-486. 'Public price discrimination and aid to low income groups', Economica, 42, 32-42. 'Fiscal equity and central government grants to local authorities', Economic Journal, 85, 531-547. (Also submitted as evidence to the Layfield Committee on local government finance). 'Towards an economic model of local government behaviour' (with D. Winter), Policy and Politics, 5, 23-39. 'Fiscal equity and central government grants to local authorities: reply', Economic Journal, 87, 780-2. 1978 1982 1984 'The distribution of public expenditure: the case of health care', Economica, 45, 124-142 'The distribution of public expenditure on education', Economica, 49, 63-68. 'The compensation principle, optimal taxation and the measurement of changes in economic welfare', Journal of Public Economics, 24, 241-7. 'Equity as an economic objective', Journal of Applied Philosophy, 1, 39-51. Reprinted in B. Almond and D. Hill (eds) Applied Philosophy: Morals and Metaphysics in Contemporary Debate, Routledge (1991). Also reprinted in N. Barr (ed) Economic Theory and the Welfare State Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. 'Evaluation de l'impact redistributif des despenses publiques: quelques problemes methodologiques', Consommation Review de Socio-Economie, 3, 3-17. 1985 'Come and get it: distributional biases in social services delivery' (with D.Gibson and R.Goodin), Policy and Politics, 13, 109-125. 'The economic analysis of inequalities in health' (with J.M. Muurinen), Social Science and Medicine, 20, 1029-1035. (Invited paper, Joint Conference of Health Economists and Medical Sociologists at the University of York, July 1983). 'Inequality and housing' (with A. O'Sullivan and R. Robinson), Urban Studies, 22, 249-256. 'Comment on "Inequality, redistribution and recession", Journal of Social Policy, 14, 309-312. 1987 'Creeping universalism in the welfare state: evidence from Australia' (with R. 6

Goodin), Journal of Public Policy, 6, 255-274 'Equity, health and health care', Social Justice Research, 1, 257-274. 'Equity, well-being and economic choice', Journal of Human Resources, 22, 429440. 'Inequalities in health: some international comparisons', European Economic Review, 31, 182-191. (Invited paper, First Annual Congress of the European Economic Association, Vienna, 1986). Also reprinted in N. Barr (ed) Economic Theory and the Welfare State Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. 'The middle classes and the welfare state under Labour and Conservative Governments' (with D. Winter), Journal of Public Policy, 6, 399-430. Reprinted in R. Goodin and D. Mitchell (eds) Foundations of the Welfare State, Vol.III Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. 1989 "How far is the poll tax a "community charge"? The implications of service usage evidence" (with G. Bramley and W. Low), Policy and Politics, 17, 187-205. Version in Italian published in Rivista Internazionale di Scienze Sociali, 47,5687. 'Working for patients? The right approach?' (with N. Barr and H. Glennerster), Social Science and Administration, 23, 117-127. Also published as House of Commons Paper 214-I, Social Services Committee Session 1988-1989. 'Equidade: saude e cuidados de saude' (equity, health and health care), Revista Portuguesa de Saude Publica, 7, 5-15. 1990 'Equity versus efficiency: the elusive trade-off', Ethics, 10, 554-568. The Ackroyds, the Osbornes and the welfare state: the impact of the welfare state on two hypothetical families over their life-time'(with F. Woolley), Policy and Politics, 18, 17-30. 1991 'Quasi-markets and social policy,' Economic Journal, 101, 1256-1267. Reprinted in R.Goodin and D. Mitchell (eds) Foundations of the Welfare State, Vol.I Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. Version in Finnish published in TTT Kansans, 19, 52-60. Version in Hebrew published in Social Security, Journal of Welfare and Social Security Studies, Jerusalem, Israel, No. 37, 32-45. 'The theory of government failure' British Journal of Political Science, 21, 423442. Also reprinted in N. Barr (ed) Economic Theory and the Welfare State Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. 'The distribution of health care revisited' Journal of Health Economics, 10, 239245. 1992 'Equity in health and social care' (with M. Evandrou, J. Falkingham and D. 7

Winter), Journal of Social Policy, 21, 489-523. 1993 'The distribution of benefits in kind' (with M. Evandrou, J. Falkingham and J. Hills), Fiscal Studies, 14, 57-76. 'The evaluation of health care systems reforms' Il Politico, LVIII, 31-53. Also published in M. Ferrara (ed) The Evaluation of Social Policies: Experiences and Perspectives, Universita di Pavia, 14, 57-76. 'Can we afford the welfare state?' British Medical Journal, 307, 1018-19. 'Regional inequalities in mortality' (with R. Illsley), Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 47, 444-449. 1994 1995 1997 'Internal market rules OK' British Medical Journal, 309, 1569-1560 'The Strategy of Equality revisited: reply' Journal of Social Policy, 24, 187-189. 'Knights, knaves or pawns? Human behaviour and social policy' Journal of Social Policy, 26, 149-169. 'Ethnicity, equity and the use of health services in the British NHS' (with C. Smaje), Social Science and Medicine, 45, 485-496. 'Perche definire un paccheto di prestazioni sanitarie di competenza del National Health Service britannico' (with B. New) L'Assistenza Sociale 1/2, June/July, 231-238. 1998 Tax relief and partnership pensions (with Phil Agulnik) Fiscal Studies, 19, 403428. Caballeros, picaros o subordinados? Acerca del comportamiento humano y la politica social Desarollo Economico, Revista de Ciencias Sociales, 38, 723-741. 1999 Competition, co-operation or control? Tales from the British National Health Service Health Affairs, 18, 27-39. Social exclusion in Britain 1990-1995 (with T. Burchardt and D. Piachaud) Social Policy and Administration, 33, 227-244. Incentives and health policy: primary and secondary care in the British National Health Service (with D.Hausman) Social Science and Medicine, 49, 1299-1307. Monopoly in sports broadcasting (with W. New) Policy Studies, 20, 2336. 2000 Equity and the economic evaluation of health care (with F. Sassi and L. 8

Archard) Health Technology Assessment. 5 (3). 2001 2002 Equity versus efficiency: a dilemma for the NHS (with F. Sassi and L. Archard) British Medical Journal, 323, 762-3. Further tales from the British National Health Service Health Affairs, 21 (3) (May/June), 116-128. The Labour Government and the National Health Service Oxford Review of Economic Policy 18 (2), 137-153. Addressing health inequalities (with A. Oliver and A. Healey) The Lancet 360, 565-567. Outsider and insider expertise: the response of residents of deprived neighbourhoods to an academic definition of social exclusion (with Liz Richardson) Social Policy and Administration 36 (5): 496-515. 2004 2005 2006 The motivation and behaviour of hospital trusts (with T.Crilly) Social Science and Medicine 58(10): 1809-1823. Should citizens of a welfare state be transformed intoqueens? A response to Risse Economics and Philosophy 21 (2) 305-308. Is greater patient choice consistent with equity? The case of the English NHS. (with A. Dixon) Journal of Health Services Research and Policy 11 (3) 162-166. Equity and choice in public services Social Research 73(2) 695-710. Academia, policy and politics Health Economics, Policy and Law 1(4):319-322 2007 Is the British National Health Service equitable? The evidence on socioeconomic differences in utilization (with A. Dixon. J Henderson, R. Murray, and E. Poliakoff) Journal of Health Services Research and Policy, 12 (2) 104-109. The giants of excess: a challenge to the nations health Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series A 171 (4) 843-856. Patient choice in general practice: the implications of patient satisfaction surveys (with R. Robertson and A. Dixon) Journal of Health Services Research and Policy, 13 (2) 67-72. The dynamics of commissioning across organisational and clinical boundaries (with K. Baxter and M. Weiss) Journal of Health Organisation and Management, 22, 111-128. 9

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Motivations and commissioning: perceived and expressed motivations of care home providers, (with T. Matosevic and M. Knapp) Social Policy and Administration, 42, 3, 228-247. Book Chapters 1980 'Comment on labour supply and redistribution' in D. Collard, R. Lecomber and M. Slater (eds), Income Distribution: the Limits to Redistribution, John Wright and Sons. 'Making redistribution work: the social services' in H. Glennerster (ed) The Future of the Welfare State, Heinemann. 'Privatisation and the social services' in J. Griffiths (ed) Socialism in a Cold Climate, Allen and Unwin. 1984 'Privatisation and the welfare state: an introduction' (with R. Robinson) in J. Le Grand and R. Robinson (eds) Privatisation and the Welfare State, Allen and Unwin. 'On measuring the distributional impact of public expenditure' in A.J. Culyer and G. Terny (eds), Public and Private Health Services, Basil Blackwell. 'Inequalities in health and health care: a research agenda' in R. Wilkinson (ed), Class and Health, Tavistock. 'Trends in British health inequality, 1931-83' (with M. Rabin), in A. Culyer and B. Jonson (eds), Public and Private Health Services, Basic Blackwell. 1987 'The measurement of inequality in health' (with R. Illsley) in A. Willams (ed) Health and Economics, Macmillan. (Invited paper, British Association for Advancement of Science, Bristol, 1985). 'The welfare state 1970-1985: extent and effectiveness' (with A.B. Atkinson and J. Hills) in R. Dornbusch and R. Layard (eds) The Performance of the British Economy, Oxford University Press. 'Desigualdades em saude: uma perspectiva economica' (inequalities in health: an economic perspective) in A. Correia de Campos and J. Pereira (eds), Sociedad, Saude e Economia, Escola Nacional de Saude e Economia, Escola Nacional de Saude Publica: Lisbon, (Invited paper, Fifth Iberian Conference on Health Economics, Lisbon, May 1985). 'The welfare state under Mrs Thatcher' in S.B. Seward (ed) The Future of Social Welfare Systems in Canada and the United Kingdom. (Invited paper, Dalhousie Canada/UK Colloquium, Ottawa, 1984). 10

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'The privatisation of welfare' in M. Mulreany and L. St. John Devlin, Public Expenditure and the Private Sector, Dublin: Institute of Public Administration. Version also published in LSE Quarterly 1 (1987), 255-271. 'An international comparison of distributions of ages-at-death' in J. Fox (ed) Health Inequalities in European Countries, Gower. 'Market socialism' (with S. Estrin) and 'Markets, equality and welfare' in J. Le Grand and S. Estrin (eds) Market Socialism, Oxford University Press. Version of 'Markets, equality and welfare' in Spanish published in A. Broggi et al (eds) Crisis Economica y Estado del Bienestar, Madrid: Instituto de Estudios Fiscales. 'Poverty and social welfare in the United Kingdom' in The Financing of Social Protection in the Community: the Toledo Seminar, V/1311/88-EN, Commission of the European Communities. Also published in Spanish in Revista de Seguridad Social, No. 35, Ano 1987, Julio-Septiembre, 157-215.

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1990

'The National Health Service: safe in whose hands?' (with D. Winter and F. Woolley) and 'The state of welfare' in J. Hills (ed) The State of Welfare: the Welfare State in Britain since 1974, Oxford University Press. 'Rethinking welfare: a case for quasi-markets' in B. Pimlott, A. Wright and T. Flower (eds) The Alternative, W.H.Allen.

1991 1992

'Liberty, equality and vouchers' in D. Green (ed) Empowering the Parents, Institute of Economic Affairs. 'La financiacion y suministro de asistencia sanitaria en Gran Bretana: el debate actual' in La Reforma del Sistema Sanitario (ed) F. Antonanzas and J. PerezCampanero. 'Some implications of 1992 and beyond' Ch. 6 in Income Security in Britain: A Research and Policy Agenda for the Next Ten Years, ESRC.

1993

'Introduction', 'The theory of quasi-markets' and 'Quasi-markets: the way forward?' in J. Le Grand and W. Bartlett (eds) Quasi-Markets and Social Policy, Macmillan. Equity in the distribution of health care: the British debate in E. Van Doorslaer, A.Wagstaff and F. Rutten Equity in the Finance and Delivery of Health Care: An International Perspective, Oxford University Press. 'Paying for or providing welfare?' in R. Page and N. Deakin (eds) The Costs of Welfare, Avebury. 'Quasi-markets and community care' in N. Thomas, N. Deakin and J. Doling (eds) 11

Learning from Innovation, Birmingham Academic Press. 'Ein wandel in der verwendung von policy-instrumenten: quasi-markte and gesundheitspolitik' in A. Heritier (ed) Policy-Analyse: Kritik und Neuorientierung, Westdeutscher Verlay. 1994 'The performance of trusts' (with Will Bartlett) and 'Evaluating the NHS reforms' in R. Robinson and J. Le Grand (eds) Evaluating the NHS Reforms, King's Fund Institute. 'Models of Swedish health care reforms: a preliminary assessment' in HSU 2000 International Perspectives on Healthcare Reform in Sweden, Stockholm, Ministry of Health and Social Affairs. 'Where next?' (with W. Bartlett and C. Propper) in W. Bartlett, C. Propper, D. Wilson and J. Le Grand (eds) Quasi-Markets in the Welfare State, SAUS Publications, Bristol. 'Markets and the future of the welfare state' in G. Chaloupek and B. Robmann (eds) Die Zukunft des Wohlfahrtsstaates, Vienna: Orac. 1995 'The market, the state and the distribution of lifetime income' in J. Falkingham and J. Hills (eds) The Dynamic of Welfare, Hemel Hempstead: Prentice Hall/Harvester Wheatsheaf. 'The development of quasi-markets in welfare provision in the United Kingdom' (with H. Glennerster) International Journal of Health Services, 25, 203-218. Also published in French in Revue Francaise d'Economie, 10, 111-135. Also reprinted in N. Barr (ed) Economic Theory and the Welfare State Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. 'Contracting and the purchaser-provider split' (with R. Robinson) in R. Saltman and C. Von Otter (eds) Implementing Planned Markets in Health Care Buckingham: Open University Press. 1996 'Quasi-markets: the answer to market failure in health care?' in P. Day et al (eds) The State, Politics and Health: Essays for Rudolf Klein, Oxford: Blackwell. 'Equity, efficiency and the rationing of health care' in A. Culyer and A. Wagstaff (eds) Reforming Health Care Systems: Experiments with the NHS, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. Also reprinted in N. Barr (ed) Economic Theory and the Welfare State Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. 'New visions of welfare' in H. Sasson and D. Diamond (eds) LSE on Social Science, London: LSE Books. 1997 'La reforma de la sanidad orientada al mercado: la experiencia britannica' in La Modernizacion de la Sanidad Publica en el Mundo. Madrid: Arthur Andersen. 12

'Afterword' Ch.19 in A. Oakley and J. Ashton (eds) The Gift Relationship by Richard Titmuss Original edition with new chapters. London: LSE Books. Also reprinted in N. Barr (ed) Economic Theory and the Welfare State Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. 'La nueva economia del bienestar' in L. Moreno (ed) Union Europea y Estado del Bienestar Madrid: Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas. 1998 The National Health Service: crisis, change or continuity? (with Vizard, P.) in H. Glennerster and J. Hills (eds) The State of Welfare 2nd edition. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Broadcasting and public purposes in the new millenium (with New, B.) in A. Graham et al Public Purposes in Broadcasting. Luton: University of Luton Press. 1999 Financing health care in Z. Feacham, M. Hensher, and L. Rose (eds) Implementing Health Sector Reform in Central Asia. Washington D.C.: Economic Development Institute of the World Bank. Los nuevos desalios de la politica social: estado, mercado y equidad. La experienca del Reino Unido in J. Carpio and I. Novacovsky (eds) De Igual a Igual Buenos Aires: Sistema de Informacion, Monitore y Evaluacion de Programas Sociales. New approaches to the welfare state in A. Gamble and T.Wright (eds) The New Social Democracy. Oxford: Blackwells. Conceptions of social justice in R.Walker (ed) Ending Child Poverty Bristol: the Policy Press. 2000 La competencia y les fuerzas del mercado en el Estado de Bienestar in S. Machado, J. Delagado, L. Seara (eds) Las Estructuras del Bienestar en Europa Madrid: Civitas Ediciones, Fundacion ONCE. From knight to knave? Public policy and market incentives in P.Taylor-Gooby (ed) Risk, Trust and Welfare Houndmills: Macmillan. Also published in Spanish as: De caballeros a picaros? Politicas publicas e incentivos de mercado? in Presente y Futuro del Estado de Bienestar Buenos Aires: Sistema de Informacion, Monitore y Evaluacion de Programas Sociales. Health and the City in M. Marinker (ed) Medicine and Humanity London: Kings Fund. What kind of health inequality? in A. Oliver, R. Cookson and D. McDaid The Issues Panel for Equity in Health: the Discussion Papers. London: the Nuffield Trust 13

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The provision of health care: is the public sector ethically superior to the private sector? in B. New and J. Neuberger (eds) Hidden Assets: Values and Decisionmaking in the NHS London: Kings Fund. Also published in Russian in Health Management, 3: 18-28. Degrees of exclusion: developing a dynamic, multi-dimensional measure (with T. Burchardt and D. Piachaud). Ch. 3 in J. Hills, J. Le Grand and D. Piachaud (eds) Understanding Social Exclusion. Oxford: Oxford University Press. What should the government do next? in J. Wilson (ed) Equality in Action London: the Smith Institute.

2003

Primary care organisations and the modernisation of the NHS (with Matthew Bond) in B. Dowling and C. Glendinning (eds). The New Primary Care Maidenhead: Open University Press. Models of public service provision: command and control, networks or quasi-markets? in HM Treasury Public Services Productivity London: HM Treasury. The case for the internal market in J. Dixon (ed) Can Market Forces be Used for Good? London: Kings Fund

2005 2004

Inequality, choice and public services in A Giddens and P Diamond (eds) Th New Egalitarianism Cambridge: Polity. Individual choice and social exclusion in K Dowding, R Goodin and C Pateman (eds) Justice and Democracy. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Implementing stakeholder grants: the British case in E. Olin Wright (ed) Redesigning Redistribution New York: Verso. The United Kingdom: more of an economic than a social European (with E Mossialos and M Long) in J Kvist and J Saari ( eds) The Europeanisation of Social Protection Bristol: Policy Press. Quasi-markets in health care. Ch 7 in J. Hills, J. Le Grand and D. Piachaud (eds) Making Social Policy Work Bristol: the Policy Press.

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Choice and competition in health care in B. Rosen, R.Saltman and M. Shari (ed) Health Systems; Are we in a Post-Reform Era? The Israel National Institute for Health Policy and Health Service Research.

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Articles in Other Journals 1987 1988 1991 1992 1997 1998 'The survival of the welfare state' The Economic Review 5, 34-38. 'Welfare and the market' Social Justice in Australia, Supplement to Australian Society. December 1988/January 1989. Spreading it around Fabian Review, 103:3, August. 'Regulation and freedom in a public market' in Managers, Citizens and Consumer, Office of Public Management. 'Can the poor have stakes?' Business Strategy Review, 8, 56-57. Partnership versus compulsion(with P.Agulnik) New Economy, 5, 147-152. Ownership and social policy Political Quarterly, 69, 415-421. 2002 Ready, steady, stop (with K. Baxter, J. Shephard and M. Weiss) Health Service Journal ,112, no.5796, 14 March. Fee for service system is key Hospital Doctor 12 September. 2003 Schooled in success Health Service Journal, 16 January The least worst way to provide public services: the case for competition Renewal,11 (2) 29-33. Doctrines and nurses Progress, June/July, 42-43. 2006 Sixty years on, how Bevans vision is bearing up Health Service Journal 27 April Choice and competition in Britains National Health Service Eurohealth 12 (1) Choice and competition in public services Research in Public Policy: Bulletin of the Centre for Market and Public Organisation Issue 2, Summer. A better class of choice Public Finance 31st March. www.publicfinance.co.uk 2007 2008 The politics of choice and competition in public services Political Quarterly 78(2) 207-213. Investing in youth: Bambini Bonds European Commission Bureau of Economic Advisers Monthly Brief: Special Issues Social Agenda Issue 16, June 16, 18-22 Health England ( with R Sherriff) ph.com: the newsletter of the Faculty 15

of Public Health Can government trust the public services? Political Quarterly 79(3) 314-15. Other Publications 1972 1979 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1988 An Investigation of the Utility Function Implicit in Government Taxation and Expenditure Decisions, PhD thesis, University of Pennysylvania. Economics and Social Problems (with R. Robinson), Audio-Learning Tape. 'Inequalities in health', Letter to British Medical Journal, 11 July, 283, 147. Fiscal Inequalities in the United Kingdom, Report for Le Ministere d'Urbanisme et du Logement, Paris. Costs and Expenditure in Education: A Case Study of the United Kingdom, SME/ET/83.11, OECD, Paris. Inequalities in Health and Health Care, Nuffield/York Portfolio No.5. Redistribution and the Fiscal System, Open University, Milton Keynes. Obligatory Levies and Social Expenditures: the British Perspective. Report to the Commission of the European Communities. Published in Commission of the European Communities Obligatory Levies and Social Protection, V/184/88-EN Brussels. 'Reform and the National Health Service' (with N. Barr and H. Glennerster). House of Commons Paper 264-IV, Social Services Committee, Session 19871988. 1990 1991 'Bureaucracies and distribution' (with D. Winter) in F. Millard (ed) Social Welfare and the Market, STICERD Occasional Paper 15, LSE. 'Convergence in health and health care post 1992' (in Greek) in Proceedings of Symposium on Health Care Systems and the Challenge of Europe after 1992. Athens, Ta Nea. Markets in Social Care Services: A Resource Pack (with L. Hoyes), SAUS. 1992 Made to Measure? Performance Indicators, Performance Review and the Reform of Community Care (with L. Hoyes and R. Means), SAUS Occasional Paper No. 39. Who Uses Local Services? Striving for Equity (with G. Bramley) The Belgrave 16

Papers No. 4. London: Local Government Management Board. 1994 1996 'Action on social inequalities in health: an overview' in BMJ Publishing Group Action on Social Inequalities in Health London: BMJ 'Quasi-markets in welfare' in S. Trevillon and P. Beresford (eds) Meeting the Challenge: Social Work Education and the Community Care Revolution, National Institute for Social Work. 'The new economy of welfare: a research strategy' in J. Millar and J. Bradshaw (eds) Social Welfare Systems: A Research Strategy Bath Social Policy Papers No.24. Bath: University of Bath. 1998 2000 2003 Fair Game? Tackling Monopoly in Sports Broadcasting (with B. New). London: Demos. A Capital Idea: Start-up Grants for Young People (with D. Nissan). London: Fabian Society. The state, the market and welfare in A.Gunji (ed) The Role and Limitations of the Market in Health and Welfare Systems. Tokyo: Seigakuin University Choice: What role can it play in helping local public services evolve? E-pamphlet: New Local Government Network. http://www.nlgn.org.uk/pdfs/upload/Choice%20and%20local%20services.pdf 2006 Looked After or Overlooked? Good Parenting and School Choice for Looked After Children (with David Chater) London: Social Market Foundation. Outside Views: Julian Le Grand in N. Timmins (ed) Rejuvenate or Retire? Views of the NHS at 60 London: Nuffield Trust

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. Book reviews in the Economic Journal, Economica, Government and Opposition, Times Higher Education Supplement, Journal of Social Policy, etc. Print Journalism 1978 1984 'Who benefits from public expenditure?', New Society, 21 September, 45, No.883, 614-616. 'The future of the welfare state'. New Society, 7 June 68, 385-6. 'Through a door marked private' (with R. Robinson), The Guardian, 31 October. 'Financing students' (with H. Glennerster), New Society, 13 December, No.1147, 421-2. 'Taxation and inequality', New Society, 14 March, No.1159, 401-2. 'Health and wealth' New Society, 16 January, 79, No.1255, 9-11. 'The market: workers, capital and consumers', New Statesman, 6 March, 113, 17

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Presenter, An Unhealthy Obsession Analysis, BBC Radio 4, January 8th Presenter, The Profit Motive Analysis, BBC Radio 4, December Presenter, Beyond the Pale Analysis, BBC Radio 4, April 5th and 11th Co-presenter Winner-take-all? Big Ideas, BBC2, July 25th Guest, A Good Read, Radio 4, September 7 and 12 Presenter, Great Expectations Analysis, BBC Radio 4, April 17 and 24 Authored Film The Politics Show Sept 15th Authored Piece on NHS World Tonight

Regular Panel Member of Any Questions, BBC Radio 4. Many appearances on Newsnight, Today Programme, World at One, The World Tonight, On the Record, Ten OClock News, BBC World Service, CNN etc Recent Invited Lectures The Keynes Lecture, University of Kent, 11 March 1999 The Friedlander Lecture, University of California at Berkeley, 12 April, 1999. The Marshall Lecture, University of Southampton, 9 May 2000 The Social Science Lecture, University of Brighton, 17 May 2000 The John Stuart Mill Lecture, John Stuart Mill Institute, 5 November 2000 Millennial Lecture, Kings College Medical School, 7 November 2000 The Marsden Lecture, Royal Free Hospital, 18 November 2005 The Esmee Fairbairn Lecture, University of Lancaster, 1st December 2005 The Beveridge Lecture, Royal Statistical Society, 22nd October 2007 The Benjamin E. Youngdahl Lecture in Social Policy, Washington University, Saint Louis, USA, 31 st March 2008 Keynote Address, Spanish Health Economics Association, Salamanca, Spain 30 May 2008 Keynote Address, Seventh European Conference of Health Economists, Rome, 24th July 2008 The Wolfson Lecture, Barts and The London, 13th October 2008

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