1. McHugh N, Baker R, Mason H, Williamson L, van Exel NJA, Deogaonkar R, Collins M, Donaldson C (2015) Extending life for people with a terminal illness: a moral right and an expensive death?  Exploring societal perspectives BMC Medical Ethics 16:14. Open access link: http://www.biomedcentral.com/1472-6939/16/14

  2. Baker R, Wildman J, Mason H, Donaldson C (2014) Q-ing for health – a new approach to eliciting the public’s views on health care resource allocation Health Economics 23, 3: 283-297

  3. Petrou S, Kandala N, Robinson A, Baker R (2013) A person trade-off study to estimate age-related weights for health gains in economic evaluationPharmacoEconomics DOI 1007/s40273-013-0085-y available online first http://www.springerlink.com/openurl.asp?genre=article&id=doi:10.1007/s40273-013-0085-y

  4. Robinson A, Gyrd-Hansen D, Bacon P, Baker R, Pennington M, Donaldson C, EuroVaQ Team (2013) Estimating a WTP-based value of a QALY: The ‘chained’ approach Social Science & Medicine Volume 92: 92–104

  5. Baker RM, van Exel NJA, Mason H, Stricklin M (2010) Connecting Q & surveys: three methods to explore factor membership in large samples Operant Subjectivity, International Journal of Q Methodology 34, 1: 38–58

  6. Mason H, Baker R, Donaldson C (2010) Understanding public preferences for prioritising health care interventions in England: does the type of health gain matter? Journal of Health Services Research & Policy16: 81-89

  7. Baker R M (2006) Economic rationality and health and lifestyle choices for people with diabetes. Social Science & Medicine 63: 2341-2353

  8. Baker R, Thompson C, Mannion R (2006) Q methodology in health economics.Journal of Health Services Research and Policy 11, 1: 38-45

  9. van Exel J, Baker R, Mason H,  Donaldson C, Brouwer W (2015) Public views on principles for health care priority setting: a European cross-country study using Q methodology Social Science & Medicine 126: 128-137

  10. Scott S, Baker R, Shucksmith J, Kaner E (2014) Autonomy, Special Offers and Routines: A Q Methodological Study of Industry-driven Marketing Influences on Young People’s Drinking Behaviour  Addiction109: 1833-1844. Doi: 10.1111/add.12663