In presentation, John Graunt' 1662 pamphlet & analysis of the records of deaths bore a similarity to today’s spreadsheets. The accuracy of death data has since improved, but not everywhere.
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The government’s latest spending review sets out extra funding for the NHS in England - a real increase of just 0.1% for 2015/16. But is it really real?
Recent calls for removing the ringfence around NHS spending may meet significant public resistance.
John Appleby, Chief Economist at The King's Fund, talks to Pieria about facts and misunderstandings in the UK's health care reform debate.
For about five years now, Greece has been giving the euro area authorities a test in economics and politics. The test must be retaken until the authorities produce the right answers.
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RT @MattWhittakerRF: This, from @tomashirstecon, covers one of the most important - but as yet under-explored - economic debates of today h…
Zero Rates Are The New Normal - by @azizonomics http://t.co/DyQFZkdfdb
Why we are still passing on Glencore despite its continuing share price falls - http://t.co/M7qhFOch5x
The Importance of Empathy in Our Services-Centric, People-Oriented Economy - http://t.co/udiqUpjQ6v
RT @M_C_Klein: Very good from @cjfdillow on what politicians really mean when they say "we can't afford" something http://t.co/G9MEAcbp4q