Economic Affairs

Economic Affairs (Vol 37.3)



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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 (pages 365–372) by Juan E. Castañeda and Pedro Schwartz

The Demand for ‘Guard Labour’: Another Explanation (pages 373–381) by Vincent Geloso and Vadim Kufenko

The wisdom of demagogues: institutions, corruption and support for authoritarian populists (pages 382–396) by Dalibor Rohac, Sahana Kumar and Andreas Johansson Heinö

The Impact of Multilateral Trade Liberalisation on Economic Development: Some Empirical Evidence (pages 397–410) by Sena Kimm Gnangnon

US Immigration Levels, Urban Housing Values, and their Implications for Capital Share (pages 411–421) by Ryan H. Murphy and Alex Nowrasteh


The Prospects for Brexit: Two Views (pages 422–427) by Patrick Minford and Vicky Pryce

Is Two Per Cent on Defence Too Much? A Response to Paul Robinson (pages 428–435) by Julian Richards

Are Expert Economic Forecasters Socially Useless? (pages 436–440) by Philip Booth

Review Article

Basic Income, Labour, and the Idea of Post-Capitalism (pages 442–458) by Stephen Davies

Book Reviews (pages 459-468)