Economic Affairs

Economic Affairs (Vol 37.1)


Lifestyle Economics

IEA calls for 9p flat rate of tax on alcohol to fix illogical system

Government and Institutions

The twenty-third edition of the Heritage Foundation's popular survey of economic liberty

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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? (pages 36–52) by Anita Charlesworth and Sarah Lafond

How School Choice is Framed by Parental Preferences and Family Characteristics: A Study in Poor Areas of Lagos State, Nigeria (pages 53–65) by Pauline Dixon, Steve Humble and James Tooley

Multilateral Trade Liberalisation and Foreign Direct Investment Inflows (pages 66–84) by Sèna Kimm Gnangnon

Competition and Innovation in Retail Electricity Markets: Evidence from Italy (pages 85–101) by Carlo Stagnaro

Monetary Ratios in a Modern Regime: Why the Monetary Base still Matters (pages 102–111) by Anthony J. Evans

The Economics of Property Rights in Early and Medieval Christianity (pages 112–124) by Benedikt Koehler

Markets and Their Virtues (pages 125–133) by Robert C. B. Miller

Discussion: Brexit is Unlikely to Provide Answers to Governance Problems Under Globalisation (pages 135–140) by Valentina Kostadinova

Discussion: New Developments in Real Estate Financing (pages 141–145) by Adam Baldwin

Review Article: Economic Growth as the Child of Literature and Ethics: Deirdre McCloskey’s ‘Bourgeois Era’ Trilogy (pages 146–155) by Eric Jones

Book Reviews (pages 146-161)

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