Publications in: Public Policy

Gaming in the EU – The Case for State Lotteries

Subsector:Public Policy
Published: May, 2007
Document type:Presentation

4th Congress of the European State Lottery and Toto Association, Budapest, May 21-24, 2007.

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Salinity in Water Markets – Property Rights for Water Quality and Quantity in the Murray Darling Basin

Subsector:Regulatory economics
Published: 2007
Document type:Staff publication

Ecological Economics, Duke, C. and Gangadharan, L.  

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Impact Assessment of Implementing the Globally Harmonised System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS)

Subsector:Public Policy
Published: November, 2006
Document type:Report

This Economic Bried reports on an econometric assessment London Economics has carried out of the likely trade impacts of adoption of the Globally Harmonised System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS).

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Research into Payment Protection Insurance in the UK

Subsector:Public Policy
Published: October, 2006
Document type:Report

The report reviews the relevant payment protection insurance market and analyses those characteristics of the market that may be limiting competition and giving rise to consumer detriment. The report also identifies a series of additional data that would be desirable to obtain to further the analysis of the sector.

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The Case for State Lotteries

Subsector:Public Policy
Published: September, 2006
Document type:Report

The report provides a comprehensive overview of the gaming market in the EU25 and assesses the likely impact of full liberalisation of gaming activities on lotteries and good causes funded by lotteries. The report also reviews the wider socio-economic effects of gaming.

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Evaluating the Cumulative Impact of Safety, Health and Environmental Regulation on the UK Industrial Coatings, Aerosols and Speciality Chemicals Sectors

Subsector:Public Policy
Published: August, 2006
Document type:Report

This report provides estimates of the cost of compliance with current safety, health and environmental regulations in excess of the minimum costs necessary to ensure current levels of protection, describes the perceived benefits of these regulations and sets out a number of proposals for reducing the cost of compliance with the current regulations while maintaining […]

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Impact Assessment of Implementing GHS (Globally Harmonised System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals) – Trade Effects

Subsector:Public Policy
Published: May, 2006
Document type:Report

In July 2003, the Globally Harmonised System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS) was formally adopted by the UN ECOSOC. Its aim is to bring together the major world classification and labelling (C&L) systems of chemicals (substances and preparations/mixtures) into a single new system. This part of the impact assessment provides empirical evidence on […]

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Study to Inform the Policy Review of the Aggregates Levy Sustainability Fund

Subsector:Public Policy
Published: April, 2006
Document type:Report

This study undertaken assesses the costs and benefits of completed and current projects funded by the Aggregates Levy Sustainability Fund Programme during the period 2004 to 2007. It also aims to investigate whether continued funding after 2007 would provide value for money and, if so, what activities should be funded.

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Test Bed Experiment for Water and Salinity Rights Trading in the Murray Darling Basin

Subsector:Regulatory economics
Published: 2006
Document type:Staff publication

In Experimental Methods and Environmental Policy, (eds.) Cherry, Kroll and Shogren. Routledge, 2006. Duke, C., Gangadharan, L. and Cason, T.

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Estimating Consumers’ Willingness to Pay for Quality of Service in Post

Subsector:Regulatory economics
Published: 2006
Document type:Staff publication

Crew, M.A. and Kelindorfer, P.R. (eds), Progress towards Liberalisation of the Postal and Delivery Sector, 2006. Swinand, G. and Jones, S.

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