Economics

Income Risk, the Tax‐benefit System and the Demand for Children

University of Leicester
Because children represent an irreversible commitment, parents might hedge against higher income risk by having fewer children. Clive Fraser discusses […]
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Psychological and Social Motivations in Microfinance Contracts

University of Leicester
Microfinance contracts have enormous economic and welfare significance. Sanjit Dhami discusses the problem of effort choice under individual liability and […]
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The economic impact on the UK of a customs union deal with the EU

National Institute of Economic and Social Research
In the wake of Parliament’s rejection of the proposed Brexit deal, there have been discussions between the Government and the […]
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Integrating Health and Social Care: State or Market?

Institute of Economic Affairs
Medical and nursing care have been separated from social care by deliberate design since the creation of the NHS. This […]
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The Wage Effects of the 1972 Raising of the School Leaving Age

University of Bath
Matt Dickson discusses research in which he used UK Labour Force Survey to estimate the wage return to an additional […]
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Can a common currency foster a shared social identity?

University of Westminster
Fostering the emergence of a “European identity” was one of the declared goals of the euro adoption. Now, years after […]
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Tax morale and prosocial behaviour

Birkbeck, University of London
Luca Andriani discusses the relationship between prosocial behaviour and tax morale in the context of state capacity building as in the […]
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Children’s exposure to alcohol marketing within supermarkets

Imperial College London
Exposure to alcohol marketing within alcohol retailers has been associated with higher rates of childhood drinking, brand recognition, and marketing […]
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Children’s Real-time Exposure to Alcohol Marketing

Imperial College London
Children’s exposure to alcohol marketing is typically measured using self-report data, television viewing data or street marketing audits, which are […]
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Crusoe, Friday and the Raced Market Frame of Orthodox Economics Textbooks

University of Warwick
‘Crusoe’ and ‘Friday’ signifiers necessarily evoke a world of racialised hierarchies. Economics textbooks are perhaps the sole remaining medium to […]
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