Surcharges on products considered to be unhealthy, such as tobacco and sugar, only work well if applied on a large geographical scale, reveals research from Imperial College Business School.
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There’s A Growing Trend Of Research Into The Benefits Of Music Education, So Why Is It Still Seen As An Extra?
In a recent review of studies into the benefits of music education, Stars & Catz found that academic interest in the topic has taken off since 2008.
Laid-off workers who had to fight through Florida's broken unemployment system were promised relief with increased benefits.