Professor Julien Forder

Professor of Economics of Social Policy

01227 824315 (Kent)

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Research Interests

Julien Forder is Professor of the Economics of Social Policy. Until recently he was also an Associate Professorial Research Fellow at the London School of Economics. In the past, Julien has been seconded to the King's Fund as project lead for the Wanless social care review and to the Strategy Unit in the Department of Health, providing advice to Ministers on social care and related areas of health policy. He is an economist and has conducted research in social care for many years.

Julien's Google Scholar profile can be accessed here.

Julien Forder's Publications

Reports

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Understanding Public Services and Markets. Report Commissioned by the King’s Fund for the Care Services Inquiry (for Summary see DP2123/2) (2005)

Netten A, Darton R, Davey V, Kendall J, Knapp M, Williams J, Fernández J-L, Forder J

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Mixed Modes of Governance and Mixed Economies of Care (2001)

Forder J, Kendall J, Knapp M, Matosevic T, Hardy B, Ware P, Wistow G

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Managing social care: charting the cultural changes in local authorities (1999)

Knapp M, Hardy B, Wistow G, Forder J

Nuffield Institute of Health

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Project Outlines

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Measuring Outcomes of Care Homes (MOOCH) (2016)

Towers A, Smith N, Palmer S, Collins G, Forder J

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Evaluation of the Personal Health Budgets Pilot (PSSRU Project Outline 91) (2010)

Jones K, Caiels J, Forder J, Windle, K

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Home care reablement services: investigating the longer-term impacts (2009)

Forder J, Jones K

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Quality Measurement Framework programme. PSSRU Project Outline 67 (2007)

Forder J, Caiels J

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The motivations of domiciliary care providers in England: Building a typology (2002)

Kendall J, Knapp M, Forder J, Matosevic T, Hardy B, Ware P

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The State of Residential Care Supply in England: Lessons from PSSRU's Mixed Economy of Care (Commissioning and Performance) Research Programme (2002)

Kendall J, Knapp M, Forder J, Hardy B, Matosevic T, Ware P

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The Costs of Regulating Residential Care for Children (1999)

Netten A, Forder J, Mummery K

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Research Summaries

Research Summary

Explaining the fees gap between funding types in the English care homes market (2017)

Allan S, Gousia K, Forder J

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Measuring PSS Outputs for Adults. PSSRU Research Summary 36 (2006)

Netten A, Forder J, Shapiro J

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DP or working papers

DP or working paper

Heterogeneity in the effect of obesity on future long-term care use in England (2019)

Gousia K, Nizalova O, Malisauskaite G, Forder J,

QORU working paper 5816

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The impact of formal care on informal care for people over 75 in England (2019)

Saloniki E, Nizalova O, Malisauskaite G, Forder J

ESHCRU working paper 5812

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Body mass, physical activity and future long-term care use (2018)

Nizalova O, Gousia K, Forder J

QORU working paper 2954

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The impact and cost of adult social care: marginal effects of change in funding (2018)

Forder J

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Estimating relative needs formulae for new forms of social care support. Final report (2018)

Forder J, Vadean F

Personal Social Services Research Unit

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The revision of the Relative Needs Formulae for adult social care funding and new allocation formulae for funding Care Act reforms (2018)

Vadean F, Forder J

Personal Social Services Research Unit

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Explaining the fees gap between funding types in the English care homes market (2017)

Allan S, Gousia K, Forder J

ESHCRU working paper 2934

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How can MAX help local authorities to use social care data to inform local policy? Maximising the value of survey data in adult social care [MAX] project. Executive Summary (2015)

Heath C, Malley J, Razik K, Jones K, Forder J, Fox D, Caiels J, Beecham J

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