Click on each topic below for a list of published papers:


Population estimation and profiling


Service design and evaluation
  • Pyper, C., L. Mayhew, R. Pyper and T. Pyper (2012) The Public Health and Primary Healthcare Needs of City Workers. Corporation of London research report
  • Mayhew, L. (2009) On the effectiveness of care co-ordination services aimed at preventing hospital admissions and emergency attendances. Health Care Management Science. Vol 12(3), 269-284, DOI 10.1007/s10729-008-9092-5
  • Mayhew, L., and D. Smith (2008), Using queuing theory to analyse the Government’s 4-h completion time target in Accident and Emergency departments. Health Care Management Science, 11(1), 11-21
  • Brogan, C., D. Lawrence, and L. Mayhew (2008) Clinical-outcome-based demand management in health services. Public Health. Vol 122, Issue 1, 84-91
  • Karlsson, M., L. Mayhew, B. Rickayzen (2008), In Sickness and in Health? Dynamics of Health, Cohabitation in United Kingdom. In Sandra Dawson and Zoë Slote Morris (ed.), Future Public Health: Burdens, Challenges and Opportunities, Cambridge: Palgrave Macmillan, ISBN 9780230013599
  • Mayhew, L. and D. Lawrence (2006) The costs and service implications of substituting intermediate care for acute hospital care. Health Services ManagementResearch, 19: 80-93
  • Mayhew L., Alder, J., Moody, S., Morris, R., Shah, R. (2005) The chronic disease burden – An analysis of health risks and health care usage. Cass Business School London, Special Report, 56pp
  • Hyman, G. and L. Mayhew.(2008) Toll optimisation on river crossings serving large cities. Transporatation Research A. 42(1) 28-47
  • Hyman, G. and L. Mayhew.(2001) Market area analysis under orbital-radial routing with applications to the study of airport location. Computers, Environment and Urban Systems, Vol 25,195-222
  • Mayhew, L. (2000) Using Geometry To Evaluate Strategic Road Proposals In Orbital-Radial Cities. Urban Studies Vol 37, 13, 2515-2532


Policy and integrated working
  • Mayhew, L. and D. Smith (2012) Evaluating a new method of projecting populations based on human survival patterns. Forthcoming Population Studies
  • Mayhew, L. and D. Smith (2011) Human survival at older ages and the implications for longevity bond pricing. The North American Actuarial Journal (NAAJ)–Vol 15(2)
  • Mayhew, L. (2009) Increasing Longevity and the economic value of healthy ageing and working longer. Commissioned report for HMG Cabinet Office Strategy Unit
  • Mayhew L (2005) Active ageing in the UK-issues, barriers, policy directions. Innovation: The European Journal of Social Science Research, 18(4), 455 – 477
  • McKellar, L., D. Horlacher, T. Ermoliev, and L. Mayhew (2004) The Economic Impacts of Population Ageing in Japan. Edward Elgar Publishing , ISBN 978-1843763604
  • Mayhew, L. (2003) Disability-Global Trends and International Perspectives. Innovation: The European Journal of Social Science Research. 16(1), 3-28
  • Mayhew, L., M. Karlsson, and B. Ricklayzen, B. (2010) The Role of Private Finance in Paying for Long Term Care. The Economic Journal, Vol 120, Issue 548, F478–F504, November 2010
  • Mayhew, L. (2009) The role of private finance in paying for long term care in an ageing society. Special interest paper, City of London Corporation
  • Mayhew, L., M. Karlsson, , B. Rickayzen (2009) Individualised life tables:
    Investigating dynamics of health, work and cohabitation in the UK. Journal of Population Ageing, 2008, Vol 1, Numbers 2-4, 153-191
  • Karlsson, M., L. Mayhew, B. Rickayzen (2007) Long term care financing in 4 OECD countries: fiscal burden and distributive effects. Health Policy, 80(1), 107-134
  • Mayhew, L. and D. Blake (2006) On the sustainability of the UK state pension system in the light of population ageing and declining fertility. Economic Journal, 116(512), F286-F305
  • Karlsson, M., L. Mayhew, R. Plumb., and B. Rickayzen (2006) Future costs for long-term care: Cost projections for long-term care for older people in the United Kingdom. Health Policy, 75(2), 187-213
  • Mayhew L. (2001) Japan’s Longevity Revolution and the Implications for Health Care Finance and Long-term Care (Interim Report). Research Report IR-01-010, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Laxenburg, Austria
  • Mayhew, L. (2000) Health and Elderly Care Expenditure in an Aging World. Research Report RR-00-21, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Laxenburg, Austria


Advice and expertise

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