Economic Affairs

Economic Affairs (41.3)



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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

  • Economic complexity and poverty in developing countries (pages 416-429) by Sena Kimm Gnangnon

  • From bailout to bail-in: Making banking a legitimate part of the market economy (pages 430-441) by Pär Holmbäck Adelwald

  • A call to embrace jural dualism (pages 442-457) by Jonathan Diesel, Daniel B Klein


  • The viability of the UK’s assetless electricity retailers (pages 458-464) by Lawrence Haar

  • Configuring Hayek versus Keynes: Decentralisation, regulation, and computational discovery procedures (pages 465-471) by Ron Wallace

  • Tax tyranny: A classical liberal analysis (pages 472-475) by Pascal Salin

Review article

  • Defending liberal individualism against communitarian critiques (pages 476-488) by Graham Dawson

Book Reviews

  • Controlling corruption: The social contract approach (pages 489-490) by Gabriel Stein

  • Economics in one virus: An introduction to economic reasoning though Covid-19 by Ryan A Bourne (pages 491-492) by Christopher Snowdon

  • Taxing Sin by Michael Thom (pages 493-495) by Charles Amos

  • Leave me alone and I’ll make you rich: How the bourgeois deal enriched the world (pages 496-498) by John Phelan

  • Islam and Economics: A primer on markets, morality and justice (pages 499-500) by Benedikt Koehler

  • The Power of Creative Destruction: Economic Upheaval and the Wealth of Nations by Philippe Aghion, Céline Antonin, Simon Bunel (pages 501-502) by Nicholas Crafts

  • The Gypsy Economist: The Life and Times of Colin Clark by Alex Millmow (pages 503-505) by J R Shackleton

  • Fully Grown: Why a Stagnant Economy is a Sign of Success by Dietrich Vollrath (pages 506-508) by Paul Ormerod


  • Refereeing and Economic Affairs (pages 509)