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Health Shocks: the Ebola and Zika Outbreaks
The Institute for Economic Analysis of Decision-making is pleased to welcome Professor Imran Rasul (UCL) to give its annual lecture on the economics of the ebola and zika outbreaks.Register - Wednesday 23 January 2019>
Older apprentices get lower earnings returns
New research from the Department of Economics shows younger apprentices earn on average 12-22% more and older apprentices on average 6-8% more when completing an apprenticeship.Find out more >
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