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The acceptability of using a lottery to allocate research funding: a survey of applicants

Department General Research

This paper presents the results of a survey of Health Research Council applicants from 2013 to 2019. The survey asked about the acceptability of using a lottery and if the lottery meant researchers took a different approach to their application.

Symposium to mark the 60th Anniversary of the Hinchliffe Report

Department General

Pharmaceutical policies in the long run: Reflections on 60th anniversary of the Hinchliffe Report. This anniversary event was held at Merton College, Oxford on Monday 11 November 2019.

Chronic kidney disease policy model

Department General Research

Project team: Iryna Schlackow, Seamus Kent, Alastair Gray, Boby Mihaylova

How do pay rises affect inequality?

Department General Research

It is no surprise that inequality increases when the incomes of the very richest go up, and decreases when the incomes of the very poorest go up, but what effect do pay rises for people on middle incomes have on inequality?