Economic Affairs

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Edited By: J. R. Shackleton

Online ISSN: 1468-0270

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Markets and Development

Published: 01 Aug 2007

Educating Amaretch: Private schools for the poor and the new frontier for investors
JAMES TOOLEY


THE NHS REFORMS: from ration-book collectivism to market socialism
David Green


Half a Cheer for Fair Trade
Philip Booth, Linda Whetstone


DESTROYING A COUNTRY IN ORDER TO SAVE IT: THE FOLLY OF ECONOMIC SANCTIONS AGAINST MYANMAR
Charles A. Rarick


IS THE TRANSITION TO THE MARKET TOO IMPORTANT TO BE LEFT TO THE MARKET?
Peter J. Boettke, Peter T. Leeson


EUROPE AND CHINA: THE FATAL CONCEIT
Andrew Neil


THE ECONOMICS OF FIRE PROTECTION: FROM THE GREAT FIRE OF LONDON TO RURAL/METRO
Jennifer Anne Carlson


THE EUROPEAN UNION AND ECONOMIC DECLINE: WHY WE NEED ANOTHER LUDWIG ERHARD
Gisela Stuart


The demand for and supply of assurance
Daniel B. Klein


Trust, Titmuss and blood
Jeremy Shearmur


EDUCATIONAL EXPANSION: THE WORMS IN THE APPLE
Alison Wolf


THE INTERNATIONAL CURRENT ACCOUNT IMBALANCES: A SCEPTICAL VIEW
W. Max Corden


PUBLIC SERVICE BROADCASTING IN THE DIGITAL AGE
David Elstein


Inequality and capitalism
Sir Alan Walters


THE MORECAMBE BAY COCKLE PICKERS: MARKET FAILURE OR GOVERNMENT DISASTER?
John Meadowcroft, John Blundell


REIGNITING THE RAILWAY CONVERSION DEBATE
Paul F. Withrington


THE PRECAUTIONARY PRINCIPLE: A HIGH-RISK PRINCIPLE
Gabriel Calzada, Cecile Philippe, Xavier Mera


THE ECONOMIC CASE FOR IMMIGRATION
Diane Coyle


CHRISTIANITY, THE MARKET ECONOMY AND THE LIMITS TO HUMAN KNOWLEDGE
Philip Booth


CAN A NEW NUCLEAR PROGRAMME BE JUSTIFIED?
Colin Robinson and Eileen Marshall


ENERGY PRICES, INFLATION AND MONETARY POLICY
Tim Congdon


SCEPTICS AND THE WASHINGTON CONSENSUS
Razeen Sally


FREE TO CHOOSE: YES, PRIME MINISTER
James Stanfield


SICK AT THE WORLD BANK
Roger Bate


IN THE NHS, MORE CAN MEAN LESS
John Meadowcroft


FLAT TAX: TOWARDS A BRITISH MODEL - by Allister Heath
Richard Teather


NOTHING LIKE A DAME: THE SCANDALS OF SHIRLEY PORTER - by Andrew Hosken
John Blundell


FLYING ON ONE ENGINE: THE BLOOMBERG BOOK OF MASTER MARKET ECONOMISTS - Edited by Thomas R. Keene
Matthew O'Keefe


EUROPEAN DAWN: AFTER THE SOCIAL MODEL - by Johnny Munkhammar
Anna Hard af Segerstad


NEOCONSERVATISM: WHY WE NEED IT - by Douglas Murray and ANTI-TOTALITARIANISM: THE LEFT-WING CASE FOR A NEOCONSERVATIVE FOREIGN POLICY - by Oliver Kamm
Lawrence Tal


A THRONE IN BRUSSELS: BRITAIN, THE SAXE-COBURGS AND THE BELGIANISATION OF EUROPE - by Paul Belien and EUROPE AS EMPIRE: THE NATURE OF THE ENLARGED EUROPEAN UNION - by Jan Zielonka
Pawel Lisiewicz


FAMILY POLICY, FAMILY CHANGES: SWEDEN, ITALY AND BRITAIN COMPARED - by Patricia Morgan
Lynette Swift


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