Articles by Julian Le Grand
There is a growing academic and even political consensus about how damaging inequality, not just poverty, can be. But things may not be as simple as they seem
New Labour has combined growth with social protection. It's a lot better than the 1960s
The NHS is improving—but government must resist the urge to manage from above
One of the main architects of Labour's public service reforms defends choice
The state subsidises the asset accumilation of the better off. Can "baby bonds" redress the balance?