Mannion, R, Freeman, T, Millar, R, Davies, H (2016), Effective board governance of safe care: A (theoretically underpinned) cross-sectioned examination of the breadth and depth of relationships through national quantitative surveys and in-depth qualitative case studies. Health Services and Delivery Research 2016, 4(4).
Freeman, T., Millar, R., Mannion, R. and Davies, H. (2015) Enacting corporate governance of health care safety and quality: a dramaturgy of hospital boards in England, Sociology of Health and Illness (accepted for publication)
Hall, K, Miller, R and Millar, R (2015) Public, Private or Neither? Analysing the publicness of healthcare social enterprises, Public Management Review, DOI: 10.1080/14719037.2015.1014398.
Millar, R, Jian, W, Mannion, R, Miller, R (forthcoming), Healthcare reform in China: making sense of a policy experiment? Journal of Health Organisation and Management.
Millar, R., Freeman, T. and Mannion, R. (2015), Hospital board oversight of quality and safety: a stakeholder analysis exploring the role of trust and intelligence. BMC Health Services Research 15: 196, DOI 10.1186/s12913-015-0771-x.
Millar, R and Dickinson, H (forthcoming), Planes, Straws and Oysters: the use of metaphors in the reform of healthcare, Journal of Health Organisation and Management.
Mannion, R, Davies, HTO, Freeman, T, Millar, R, Jacobs, R, Kasteridis, P (2015), Overseeing oversight: hospital board governance for quality and safety in the NHS, Journal of Health Services Research and Policy, 20(1) 9-16
McLeod, H, Millar, R, Goodwin, N and Powell, M (2014), Perspectives on the policy 'black box': a comparative case study of orthopaedic services in England, Health Economics, Policy and Law, Vol. 9(4), pp. 383-405.
Millar, R., Mannion, R., Freeman, T. and Davies, H. (2013) Hospital Board Oversight of Quality and Patient Safety: A Narrative Review and Synthesis of Recent Empirical Research, The Milbank Quarterly, Vol. 91 (4) 738–770.
Millar, R and Hall, K (2013) ‘Social Return on Investment (SROI) and Performance Measurement: The Opportunities and Barriers for Social Enterprises in Health and Social Care’, Public Management Review, 15:6, 923-941
Millar, R. (2013) ‘Framing quality improvement tools and techniques in healthcare: the case of Improvement Leaders’ Guides’. Journal of Health Organization and Management, Vol 27 (2) pp. 209-224
Millar, R Hall, K, and Miller, R (2013) ‘A story of strategic change: Becoming a social enterprise in English health and social care’, Journal of Social Entrepreneurship, 4 (1), pp. 4-22.
Millar, R, Mulla, A, and Powell, M (2013) ‘Delivering reform in English healthcare: an ideational perspective’. Public Policy and Administration, 28 (3), pp.233-252.
Assangha, A, Brown, H.I. and Millar, R (2013) Foundation Trust Governors: a survey of patient safety and quality of care, Foundation Trust Governors’ Association, London.
Alcock, P., Millar, R., Hall, K., Lyon, F., Nicholls, A. and Gabriel, M. (2012) Start up and growth: National Evaluation of the Social Enterprise Investment Fund (SEIF). Report submitted to the Department of Health Policy Research Programme. Birmingham: Third Sector Research Centre; & Health Service Management Centre; University of Birmingham.
Millar, R. (2012) ‘Social Enterprise in Health Organization and Management: hybridity or homogeneity?’, Journal of Health Organization and Management, 26 (2), pp.143-148.
Hall, K. Alcock, P. and Millar, R. (2012) ‘Start Up and Sustainability: Marketisation and the Social Enterprise Investment Fund in England’, Journal of Social Policy, 41 (4), pp.733-749.
Miller, R. Hall, K. and Millar, R. (2012) Right to Request Social Enterprises: a welcome addition to Third Sector delivery of health care?, Voluntary Sector Review, 3 (2), pp.275-285.
Hall, K. Miller, R. and Millar, R. (2012) ‘Push or Pull: what motivates healthcare staff to spin out of the NHS?’, Social Enterprise Journal, 8 (1), pp. 49-62.
Miller, R. Millar, R. and Hall, K. (2012) ‘Spin outs and social enterprise: The Right to Request programme in the English NHS’, Public Money and Management, 32 (3), pp.233-236.
Millar, R. Powell, M. and Dixon, A. (2012) ‘What was the programme theory of New Labour’s Health System Reforms?’, Journal of Health Services Research and Policy, 17 (1), pp 7–15.
Dickinson, H., Millar, R. & West, M. (eds.) (2011) Mind the gap: policy and practice in healthcare reform. Journal of Health Organization & Management, 25(3): 244-246.
Hall, K. and Millar, R. (2011) 'The Social Enterprise Investment Fund: Unlocking health and social care?, Public Servant, November Issue.
Powell, M., Millar, R., Mulla, A., Brown, H., Fewtrell, C., McLeod, H., Goodwin, N., Dixon, A. & Naylor, C. (2011) Comparative case studies of health reform in England: Final Report. Report submitted to the Department of Health Policy Research Programme. Birmingham: Health Service Management Centre; University of Birmingham.
Millar, R. Snelling, I. and Brown, H. (2011) ‘Liberating the NHS: orders of change?’, HSMC Policy Paper Number 11, University of Birmingham. Available at: http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/Documents/college-social-sciences/social-policy/HSMC/publications/PolicyPapers/Policy-paper-11.pdf
Miller, R. & Millar, R. (2011) Social enterprise spin-outs from the English health service: a right to request but was anyone listening? TSRC Working Paper 52. Birmingham: Third Sector Research Centre, University of Birmingham.
Hall, K. and Millar, R. (2011) The Social Enterprise Investment Fund: The Phase Two Survey. Third Sector Research Centre, University of Birmingham. Available at: http://www.tsrc.ac.uk/LinkClick.aspx?fileticket=LEPt109odvc%3D&tabid=757.
Millar, R. Lyon, F. and Gabriel, M. (2010), 'Understanding the programme theory of the Social Enterprise Investment Fund'. Third Sector Research Centre, University of Birmingham. Available at http://www.tsrc.ac.uk/Research/SEIFEvaluation/tabid/757/Default.aspx.
Lyon, F. Gabriel, M. and Millar, R. (2010) ‘Social Enterprise Investment Fund Evaluation - Phase one: scoping, review and methodology development’. Third Sector Research Centre, University of Birmingham. Available at: http://www.tsrc.ac.uk/LinkClick.aspx?fileticket=sMTQx4DnXYM%3d&tabid=757