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[Photo: Julian Le Grand] Professor Julian LE GRAND
Professor of Social Policy, LSE, CASE Associate

Tel: +44 (0)20 7955 7353
Email: j.legrand@lse.ac.uk
STICERD ,  LSE


Marshall Institute for Philanthropy and Social Entrepreneurship WWW

Publications on LSE Research Online book

Selected Publications:
  • Looked After or Overlooked? Good Parenting and School Choice for Looked after children (with David Chater), London: Social Market Foundation, 2006.

  • 'Equity and choice in public services', Social Research 73(2): 695-710, 2006.

  • '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, 2006.

  • 'Implementing stakeholder grants: the British case', in E. Olin Wright (ed) Redesigning Redistribution. New York: Verso, 2006.

  • 'Inequality, choice and public services',in A Giddens and P Diamond (eds) The New Egalitarianism. Cambridge: Polity Press, 2005.

  • 'Should citizens of a welfare state be transformed into 'queens'? A response to Risse', Economics and Philosophy 21 (2) 305-308, 2005.

  • 'Individual choice and social exclusion', in K Dowding, R Goodin and C Pateman (eds), Justice and Democracy. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004.

  • Motivation, Agency and Public Policy: Of Knights and Knaves, Pawns and Queens, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2003.

  • '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, 2002.

  • Understanding Social Exclusion(ed. with J Hills and D Piachaud), Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2002.

STICERD/CASE Publications:
  • Vertical Transmission of Overweight: Evidence From English Adoptees
    Joan  Costa Font, Mireia Jofre-Bonet, Julian Le Grand, January 2015
    Paper No' CEPDP1324: Read Abstract | Full paper (pdf)

  • Individual Choice and Social Exclusion
    Julian Le Grand, December 2003
    Paper No' CASE 075: Read Abstract | Full paper (pdf)

  • Outsider and Insider Expertise: The response of residents of deprived neighbourhoods to an academic definition of social exclusion
    Julian Le Grand, Liz Richardson, April 2002
    Paper No' CASE 057: Read Abstract | Full paper (pdf)

  • Constraint and Opportunity: Identifying Voluntary Non-Employment
    Tania Burchardt, Julian Le Grand, April 2002
    Paper No' CASE 055: Read Abstract | Full paper (pdf)

  • Tax Relief and Partnership Pensions (A version of this paper has now been published in the journal Fiscal Studies, vol.19 No.4 ,1998)
    Phil Agulnik, Julian Le Grand, February 1998
    Paper No' CASE 005: Read Abstract | Full paper (pdf)

  • Equity in Health and Social Care (Journal of Social Policy, 21:4, 1992)
    Maria Evandrou, Jane Falkingham, Julian Le Grand, David Winter,  1992
    Paper No' WSP 052:

  • Three Essays on Equity. (Revised and expanded version of these papers in Equity and Choice, J Le Grand (1991), Routledge)
    Julian Le Grand,  1991
    Paper No' WSP 023:
    Paper copy now out of print.

  • The Distribution of Public Expenditure on Health Care Revisited (Journal of Health Economics, 10, 239-245, 1991)
    Julian Le Grand, January 1991
    Paper No' WSP 064:

  • Reform and the National Health Service (publd.:'Improving the National Health Service', in Resourcing the National Health ServiceEvidence to the Social Services Committee, House of Commons, Session 1987-88, HMSO, HC264-IV)
    Nicholas Barr, Howard Glennerster, Julian Le Grand,  1988
    Paper No' WSP 032:
    Paper copy now out of print.

  • An International Comparison of Health Inequalities (versions in European Economic Review, 31, 182-191, 1987, and in Health Inequalities in European Countries, J Fox (ed) (1989), Gower)
    Julian Le Grand,  1987
    Paper No' WSP 016:
    Paper copy now out of print.

  • The Middle Class Infiltration of the Welfare State: Some Evidence from Australia (Journal of Public Policy, 6, 255-274, 1987. Also Chapter 6 in Not Only the Poor (see above))
    Robert E Goodin, Julian Le Grand,  1987
    Paper No' WSP 010:
    Paper copy now out of print.

  • The Middle Classes and the Welfare State (Journal of Public Policy, 6:4, 399-430, 1987. Also version in Chapter 8 in Not Only the Poor (see above))
    Julian Le Grand, David Winter, January 1987
    Paper No' WSP 014:

  • The Welfare State in Britain 1970-1985: Extent and Effectiveness (Ch.7 in The Performance of the British Economy, R Dornbusch and R Layard (eds) (1987), Oxford University Press)
    A.B. Atkinson, John Hills, Julian Le Grand, January 1987
    Paper No' WSP 009:

  • Inequalities in Health: the Human Capital Approach. (Version with M Rabin in Public and Private Health Services, A Culyer and B Jonsson (eds) (1986), Basil Blackwell
    Julian Le Grand,  1986
    Paper No' WSP 001:
    Paper copy now out of print.

  • Investigating Welfare: Final Report of the ESRC Welfare Research Programme
    Howard Glennerster, John Hills, Julian Le Grand,
    Paper No' WSP 092:

  • The Distribution of Welfare Benefits In Kind
    Maria Evandrou, Jane Falkingham, John Hills, Julian Le Grand,
    Paper No' WSP 068:
    Paper copy now out of print.

  • Equity versus Efficiency: The Elusive Trade-off (Ethics, 100, 554-568, 1990)
    Julian Le Grand,
    Paper No' WSP 036:
    Paper copy now out of print.

  • On Researching the Distributional Consequences of Public Policies (Ch. 2 in Not Only the Poor: the Middle Classes and the Welfare State, R Goodin and J Le Grand (eds) (1987), Unwin Hyman)
    Julian Le Grand,
    Paper No' WSP 006:
    Paper copy now out of print.

  • The Development of Quasi-markets in Welfare Provision. Now published in International Journal of Health Services 25 (2), 1995
    Howard Glennerster, Julian Le Grand,
    Paper No' WSP 102:

  • Regional Inequalities in Mortality
    Raymond Illsley, Julian Le Grand, Christine Mullings,
    Paper No' WSP 057:

  • How Far is the Poll Tax a 'Community Charge'? The Implications of Service Usage Evidence (Policy and Politics, 17:3, 187-205, 1989)
    Glen Bramley, Julian Le Grand, William Low,
    Paper No' WSP 042:

  • Working for Patients? The Right Approach? (Social Policy and Administration, 23:2, Aug 1989)
    Nicholas Barr, Howard Glennerster, Julian Le Grand,
    Paper No' WSP 040:

  • Measurement of Inequality in Health (Economics and Health, A Williams (ed) (1987), Macmillan)
    Raymond Illsley, Julian Le Grand,
    Paper No' WSP 012: