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Newspaper article
Paul Johnson writes for the Times on the 'difficult decisions' surrounding public sector pay.
Journal article
We show that observed behaviour can be rationalised by the fact that the shadow price of home-cooked food, which accounts for the fact that cooking takes time, has risen relative to the price of ready-to-eat food.
IFS Working Paper W22/21
We study the link between illness severity and the use of public health care services by the privately insured under a public health system.
Observation
Since 2010, more experienced and higher-paid workers in the NHS have experienced the largest pay cuts. This has compressed the pay distribution.