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This CASEbrief summarises 'Paying for health, education and housing: how does the centre pull the purse strings?' by Howard Glennerster, John Hills and Tony Travers, with Ross Hendry, published by the Oxford University Press
Furthering equity as an achievable public policy objective is based on the ability to assess needs accurately, and distribute resources accordingly. This paper plots the development of the formulae governing resouce allocation in education, health and social housing, and charts their course as a...
The Market in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID) aims to increasecompetition and to foster client protection in the European financialmarket. Among other provisions, it abolishes the concentration rule andchallenges the market ower of existing trading venues. The directiveintroduces venue...