Economic Affairs
Subscribe to Economic Affairs Contents: Introduction (pages 165–166) by J. R. Shackleton Should there be freedom of dissociation? (pages 167–181) by David S. Oderberg College Readiness: Are California Charter School Students Better Prepared? (pages 182–196) by Kerry A. Adzima The Financing of Investment in Utility Assets (pages 197–212) by Nicos Zafiris Lowering the Marginal Corporate ... Continue reading
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Subscribe to Economic Affairs Contents: Introduction (page 1) by J. R. Shackleton Britain and Europe: What Ways Forward? (pages 2–14) by Harold James A Perfect Impasse? Cuba's Move Towards the Market and the United States' Move Towards Cuba (pages 19–35) by Stephen Wilkinson Shifting from Undersupply to Oversupply: Does NHS Workforce Planning Need a Paradigm Shift? ... Continue reading
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Subscribe to Economic Affairs Contents: Introduction (pages 237–238) by J. R. Shackleton Incentive Effects in Higher Education: an Improved Funding Model for Universities (pages 239–257) by Peter Ainsworth, Tom McKenzie and Al Stroyny Pollution Havens and Their Relationship to the Environmental Kuznets Curve: The Case of the us Tyre Industry (pages 258–272) by John McCollough, ... Continue reading
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Subscribe to Economic Affairs Contents: Introduction (page 117) Contrasting Developments in UK Energy Regulation: Retail Policy and Consumer Engagement (pages 118–132) by Stephen Littlechild Exit and the Epistemic Quality of Voice (pages 133–144) by Brad R. Taylor Intergovernmental Organisations and Economic Freedom: Wise Technocrats or Black Helicopters? (pages 145–154) by Ryan H. Murphy A Novel ... Continue reading
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Subscribe to Economic Affairs Contents: Introduction (page 1) Is The Television Licence fee fit for Purpose in the Digital Era? (pages 2–20) by Helen Weeds The Economic Impact and Civic Pride Effects of Sports Teams and Mega-Events: Do The Public and the Professionals Agree? (pages 21–32) by Peter A. Groothuis and Kurt W. Rotthoff Energy ... Continue reading
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Subscribe to Economic Affairs  Contents: Introduction (pages 327–328) by J. R. Shackleton Economies of Desire: Sexuality and the Sex Industry in the 21st Century (pages 329–348) by Catherine Hakim Why Is Italy Doing So Badly? (pages 349–365) by Gianluigi Pelloni and Marco Savioli Realistic Idealism and The Project of Political Economy (pages 366–379) by Mark ... Continue reading
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Subscribe to Economic Affairs  Contents: Introduction (Pages 167 – 168) by J. R. Shackleton The 2014 Harold Wincott Memorial Lecture: Africa: New Opportunities, Old Impediments (Pages 169 – 177) by Paul Collier Educational Development in South Sudan: Conscious Design or Spontaneous Order? (Pages 178 – 196) by David Longfield Sources of Public Revenue that Make ... Continue reading
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Subscribe to Economic Affairs Contents: Introduction (Pages 1–2) by J. R. Shackleton Regulating Work: Measuring the Scope and Burden of Occupational Licensure Among Low- and Moderate-Income Occupations in the United States (Pages 3–20) by Dick M. Carpenter II, Lisa Knepper, Angela C. Erickson and John K. Ross In Praise of Expansionary Fiscal Contraction (Pages 21–34) ... Continue reading
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Subscribe to Economic Affairs Contents: Introduction (Page 285) by J. R. Shackleton The 2013 Wincott Memorial Lecture: How the Financial Crisis Changed our World (Pages 286-303) by Martin Wolf Linguistics and Economics: Is Entrepreneurship Innate? (Pages 304-318) by Robert C. B. Miller Bus Competition in Ireland: Delayed by Regulatory Roadblocks (Pages 319-334) by Patrick Massey Ticket ... Continue reading
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Subscribe to Economic Affairs Contents: Introduction (page 127) by J. R. Shackleton The British Approach to Privatisation (pages129 – 138) by D. R. Myddelton Privatising Pensions in the UK: How to Restore Contracting Out (pages 139 – 155) by Philip Booth and Kristian Niemietz Evolutionary Approaches to Privatisation (pages 156 – 170) by Paul Ormerod ... Continue reading