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services Another difference at the start of economic reforms concerned the relative size of public expenditure for social policy and social services such as education and health ( Table 4 ). In China, publicly financed pension and healthcare systems and

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key issue in many countries where universities are faced with demands for greater accountability and governments require value for money for public expenditure on higher education. At the end of the 1990s there were more than 50 agencies worldwide that

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Acta Oeconomica
Authors: Jorge de Andrés-Sánchez, Ángel Belzunegui-Eraso, and Francesc Valls-Fonayet

effect, APR and AGR do not take into account any behavioural impacts and tax money is not redirected to other policy objectives. In this paper, we evaluate the efficiency of social public expenditure ( SE ) quantified over GDP 3 . SE includes

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restrictions ( IMF 2016 ). Orbán played the role of the liberator and saviour of the country. In disguise of this role, Orbán had introduced new sectoral taxes, which had amounted 2% of the GDP, while public expenditure items (from pension to health care, from

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seen in the second half of the 20th century is due in part to the lower public expenditure per student. A positive relationship between the level of expenditure and persistence is also found in further studies ( Crisp, Doran, & Reynes, 2018 ; Gansemer

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one of the blocks will have to be stopped and what will be the consequences, Golovko (2018) . 43 Chernobyl: gli effetti dopo 30 anni (2016). 44 The Court affirms the State’s obligation to preserve the gene pool requires an adequate amount of public

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