Economic Affairs
Subscribe to Economic Affairs Introduction (page 353) Original articles What can we learn from the United Kingdom’s post-1945 economic reforms? (pages 354-376) by Nicholas Crafts Gender quotas and company financial performance: A systematic review (pages 377-390) by Jeong Jin Yu, Guy Madison The challenge of removing a mistaken price cap (pages 391-415) by Stephen Littlechild ... Continue reading
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Subscribe to Economic Affairs Introduction (page 197) COVID-19 and complexity: Hayekian economics and the world after the pandemic (pages 198-210) by Stephen Davies Attitudes to wealth in seven countries: The Social Envy Coefficient and the Rich Sentiment Index (pages 211-224) by Rainer Zitelmann Attitudes to work and time spent unemployed across 30 years (pages 225-240) ... Continue reading
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Subscribe to Economic Affairs Contents: Introduction (pages 1-2) IIMR Conference The fiscal and monetary response to COVID‐19: What the Great Depression has – and hasn't – taught us (pages 3-20) by George Selgin Can central banks run out of ammunition? The role of the money‐equities‐interaction channel in monetary policy (pages 21-37) by Tim Congdon Debt, ... Continue reading
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Subscribe to Economic Affairs Contents: Introduction (page 323) Original Articles The future of public service broadcasting and the funding and ownership of the BBC (pages 324-343) by Philip Booth The negative impact of barriers to entry on income inequality (pages 344-357) by Dallin Overstreet Thomas Aquinas on the conduct of sales (pages 358-366) by Benedikt ... Continue reading
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Subscribe to Economic Affairs Contents: Introduction (page 129-130) Coronavirus Pandemics and the consequences of COVID-19 (pages 131-37) by Steve Davies The UK lockdown and the economic value of human life (pages 138-147) by Julian Jessop Italy and COVID-19: Winning the war, losing the peace? (pages 148-154) by Nicola Rossi, Alberto Mingardi Beyond COVID-19 lockdown: A ... Continue reading
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Subscribe to Economic Affairs Contents: Introduction (page 1) Hong Kong: Inevitably irrelevant to China? (pages 2-23) by Kerry Lui The natural rate of interest: An estimate for the United Kingdom (pages 24-35) by Anthony J Evans Does social trust promote behaviour aimed at mitigating climate change? (pages 36-49) by Nurullan Gür Christian economics at the ... Continue reading
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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 ... 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