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Original Articles

Has Brexit affected employment in Japanese affiliates in the UK?, by
Massimiliano Porto and Agata Wierzbowska

Equality of competition: A consistent approach to equality of opportunity in sport, by Jasper Doomen (Open Access)

Attitudes towards capitalism in 34 countries on five continents, by Rainer Zitelmann (Open Access)

Adam Smith’s moral foundations of self-interest and ethical social order, by Mikko Arevuo (Open Access)

The Russia–Ukraine conflict and investor psychology in financial markets, Emon Kalyan Chowdhury and Umme Humaira

Sismondi’s principles of liberty and economic progress, by Rogério Arthmar

The Talmud on usury, by Benedikt Koehler

Discussion: Does the monetary base matter? A response to Tim Congdon, by Scott Sumner

Discussion: Rejoinder, by Tim Congdon (Open Access)

Discussion: How creative destruction keeps churning, by Anthony J Greco

Review Article: Squaring the circle: Economic legacies of the Cold War, by Carlos Rodríguez Braun

Book Reviews

The Big Myth: How American business taught us to loathe government and love the free market By Naomi Oreskes and Erik M Conway, by Charles Amos

We need to talk about inflation: 14 urgent lessons from the last 2,000 years By Stephen D. King, by Christopher Snowdon

End times: Elites, counter-elites and the path of political disintegration By Peter Turchin, by Susanna Booth

The ends of freedom: Recovering America’s lost promise of economic rights By Mark Paul, by Joshua Bowden

Regime change: Towards a postliberal future By Patrick J Deneen, by Jamie Whyte

Pioneers of capitalism: The Netherlands 1000–1800 By Maarten Prak and Jan Luiten Zanden, by Len Shackleton

The tyranny of nostalgia: Half a century of British economic decline By Russell Jones, by Annabel Denham

The monetarists: The making of the Chicago monetary tradition, 1927–1960 By George S Tavlas, by John Greenwood

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