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Economic theories and public services: video series

12 March 2019

To accompany our new briefing Economic theories relevant to public service provision, we’ve put together this short series of vlogs summarising the key points. 

Watch Chief Economist Nick O’Shea explaining the basics of economic theory and public services using everyday examples below – or watch the playlist on our YouTube Channel.

Topic: Economics

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