Economic Affairs
Subscribe to Economic Affairs Contents: Introduction (page 305) The war on cash is about much more than cash (pages 391-399) by Kevin Dowd Forced technology transfer and China (pages 306-319) by Bob Carbaugh Chad Wassell The case for freedom revisited (pages 320-329) by Roland Vaubel Is energy security really too important to leave to markets? ... Continue reading
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Subscribe to Economic Affairs Contents: Introduction (page 169) ‘Market failure’ arguments are a poor guide to policy (pages 170-183) by Ryan Bourne The political economy of ‘ordered competition’ in European telecoms (pages 184-196) by Dmitrii Trubnikov Ekaterina Trubnikova Is entrepreneurship a virtue? (pages 197-215) by Robert C B Miller The Internet's impact on trademark applications ... Continue reading
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Subscribe to Economic Affairs Contents: Introduction (page 1-2) Can economic multilateralism survive? (pages 3-24) by Jean Pisani-Ferry Prospects for an ordoliberal reform of the European Union (pages 28-34) by Jurgen Wandel How to draft ‘good’ minutes of monetary policy decisions (pages 44-64) by Jan Fredrik Qvigstad Sir Thomas More's Utopia: An overlooked economic classic (pages ... Continue reading
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Subscribe to Economic Affairs Contents Introduction (pages 305-306) by J.R. Shackleton Chinese Manufacturing in the Shadow of the China–US Trade War (pages 307-324) by Kerry Liu Multilateral Trade Liberalisation and Financial Openness (pages 357-364) by Sèna Kimm Gnangnon Anti‐Competitive Market Distortions: A Typology (pages 339-347) by Shanker A. Singham U. Srinivasa Rangan The Middle East Needs to ... Continue reading
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Subscribe to Economic Affairs CONTENTS: INTRODUCTION (page 165) JUSTIFICATIONS FOR REDISTRIBUTION: A CRITIQUE (Pages: 166-184) by Roland Vaubel IS UNIVERSAL SERVICE JUSTIFIED BY THE PUBLIC INTEREST? FROM THE EARLY DAYS TO THE DIGITAL AGE (Pages: 185-196) by Dmitrii Trubnikov Ekaterina Trubnikova ELECTRONIC CURRENCY IN AFRICA: M‐PESA AS PRIVATE INSIDE MONEY (Pages: 197-206) by Malavika Nair ... Continue reading
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Subscribe to Economic Affairs Contents: Introduction (page 1) Central Banking after the Great Recession (pages 2–15) by Charles Bean Comment: Ed Balls (pages 16–21) Do Liberalising Reforms Harm the Environment? Evidence from the Post-Communist Transition (pages 22–37) by Christian Bjørnskov Thomas Hodgskin, Rational Optimist (pages 38–57) by Alberto Mingardi Rebalancing and Regional Economic Performance: Northern ... Continue reading
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Subscribe to Economic Affairs Contents Introduction (pages 341–342) by J.R. Shackleton Central Bank or Monetary Authority? Three Views on Money and Monetary Reform (pages 343–356) by Frank Decker Indirect Convertibility, Equity-Based Banking and Financial Stability (pages 357–364) by David Cronin How Functional is the Eurozone? An Index of European Economic Integration Through the Single Currency ... Continue reading
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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