Gender pay gap

80% of UK companies and public sectors organisations pay women less than men.

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Contestability in market economics

Market contestability refers to the ease with which new firms can enter and leave a market. A perfectly contestable market is one with no entry or exit costs. Barriers to entry and exit reduce the degree of contestability.

Assessing a market's contestability may assist regulators in deciding whether a market should be 'opened up' to allow new firms access to a market.

WTO rules

What exactly is the 'most favoured nation' rule?

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Model agencies collude to fix rates

Regulators find leading model agencies guilty of price fixing.

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Customs unions

Costs and benefits of customs unions.

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New materials

Multiple choice papers for Paper Three.

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Savings ratio

Savings ratio falls to lowest level on record.

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