The case for raising a lot more money to pay for health and social care in the UK over the next few years is strong. Earmarking taxes for public funding of health care or social care is an option worth considering.
Jul 10, 2018 The Health Foundation
New Options for Funding the NHS and Social Care in the UK: What Can We Learn from International Experiences?
International experiences show the complexity of policy choices around funding health and social care. What models are most feasible and appropriate to fund the UK's health and social care systems, both among policymakers and the public?
Oct 5, 2017 The Health Foundation
Public and charity spending on medical research in the UK stimulates the private sector to spend more on R&D, not less. Each pound of public funding leads to an additional 99 pence investment from the private sector.
Apr 27, 2016 The RAND Blog
Publicly funded R&D investment is a coherent policy to support long term economic growth. Our only note of caution is about how far and how fast that growth can be delivered because the evidence we have is out of date and skewed towards the experience of just one country, write Jonathan Grant and Jon Sussex.
Nov 29, 2011 Research Fortnight