Whether a format is deemed efficient depends on how much society is willing to pay for a gain in effect, which is referred to as the ceiling ratio. The National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence in the United Kingdom uses a ceiling ratio between 20,000 [pounds sterling] and 30,000 [pounds sterling] per QALY (Buxton 2006), which is roughly 40,000 [euro].
For different ceiling ratios, the net monetary benefit was calculated for each format by subtracting the costs from the effects, multiplied by the ceiling ratio.
For the base case analysis, the uncertainty surrounding the decision whether or not to implement shared care resulted in an EVPI of 87 [euro] per person, given a ceiling ratio of 40,000 [euro].
It included expanding the scope of financial activities permitted (e.g., cash advances and card loans), removing the corporate borrowing limit (twenty times the stockholders' equity), and also removing the ceiling ratio (60 percent) of account balances of noncore credit card businesses (i.e., cash advances and card loans) to those of both core (i.e., settlement of credit card payment) and noncore credit card businesses.
They wanted to reintroduce, for instance, the ceiling ratio of account balances of noncore credit card businesses to those of both core and noncore credit card businesses.
As noted earlier, the ceiling ratio, which had been set at 60 percent, was removed in 1999 in the hope that such a measure would accelerate economic recovery from the financial crisis.
The inability of FSC/FSS to reintroduce the ceiling ratio clearly demonstrates the lack of their autonomy in carrying out the supervisory task that was alluded to in the World Bank report.
Access to these services is therefore a core consideration, especially with high floor to ceiling ratios
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