Key publications

Morciano, M., Hancock, R. and Pudney S. (2015) Birth-cohort trends in older-age functional disability and their relationship with socio-economic status: evidence from a pooling of repeated cross-sectional population-based studies for the UK. Social Science and Medicine .136-137 pp1-9

Hancock, R., Morciano, M., Pudney, S. and Zantomio (2015) Do household surveys give a coherent view of disability benefit targeting? A multi-survey latent variable analysis for the older population in Great Britain. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society (series A) 178(4) pp815-836

Morciano, M., Hancock, R. and Pudney S (2015) Disability costs and equivalence scales in the older population Review of Income and Wealth 61(3) pp494-514 DOI: 10.1111/roiw.12108

Hancock, R. and Pudney S. (2014) Assessing the distributional impact of reforms to disability benefits for older people in the UK: implications of alternative measures of income and disability costs

Hancock R., Malley J., Wittenberg R., Morciano M, Pickard L., King D and Comas-Herrera A. (2013) The role of care home fees in the public costs and distributional effects of potential reforms to care home funding for older people in England. Health Economics Policy and Law 8(1) 47-73

Hancock R., Morciano M. and Pudney S. (2012) Attendance Allowance and Disability Living Allowance claimants in the older population: is there a difference in their economic circumstances? Journal of Poverty and Social Justice 20 (2), 191-206 

Non-academic reports and briefing notes

CASPeR publications can be found here 

Other non-academic publications

Hancock R., Morciano M. and Pudney S. (2016) Disability and Poverty in Later Life. York: Joseph Rowntree Foundation.

Hancock R., Morciano M. and Pudney S. (2016) Disability and Poverty in Later Life Appendices

Working papers not elsewhere published

Hancock R., Morciano M. and Pudney S. (2016) Attendance Allowance recepit and evidence of disability in ELSA Health Economics Group working paper 16-02.

Hancock R., Morciano M. and Pudney S. (2016) Public support for older disabled people: evidence from the English Longitudinal Study of Ageing on receipt of disability benefits and social care subsidy. Health Economics Group working paper 16-02.

Hancock, R. Wittenberg. R., Hu B., Morciano, M. and Comas-Herrera A. (2013) Long-term care funding in England: an analysis of the costs and distributional effects of potential reforms. HEG working paper 13-01. Norwich: Health Economics Group University of East Anglia.

Wittenberg R, Hu B, Hancock R, Morciano M, Comas-Herrera A, Malley J, and King D (2011) Projections of Demand for and Costs of Social Care for Older People in England, 2010 to 2030, under Current and Alternative Funding Systems: Report to the Commission on Funding of Care and Support PSSRU Discussion Paper 2811

Hancock R and Hviid M (2010) Buyer power and price discrimination: the case of the UK care homes market CCP working paper 10-17. Centre for Competition Policy, University of East Anglia

Written evidence to House of Commons Select Committees

Hancock R., Morciano M. and Pudney S. (2014) Written Evidence to the House of Commons Health Committee Inquiry into public expenditure on health and social care.

Hancock, R., Hviid M., Morciano M., Comas-Herrera, A., King, D., Malley, J., Pickard, L. and Wittenberg R. (2012) Written evidence from the University of East Anglia and the London School of Economics (SC79) in House of Commons Health Committee Report on Social Care. Fourteenth report of Session 2010-2012, volume III (HC 183-III) London: The Stationery Office

Hancock, R., Malley, J., King, D., Pickard, L., Comas-Herrera, A. and Morciano, M. (2010) Paying for Long-term Care: Potential Reforms to Funding Long Term Care Memorandum by the MAP2030 Research Group (SC55) In House of Commons Health Committee Report on Social Care. Third report of Session 2009-10, volume 2 (HC 22-2) London: The Stationery Office

Pudney, S., Zantomio, F., Hancock, R. and Morciano, M. (2009) Memorandum by the Universities of Essex and East Anglia (SC 52) In House of Commons Health Committee Report on Social Care. Third Report of Session 2009–10, Volume 2 (HC 22-2). London: the Stationery Office