Economic Affairs

Economic Affairs (Vol 34.3)


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Contents:

  • Introduction (Page 285) by J. R. Shackleton

  • The 2013 Wincott Memorial Lecture: How the Financial Crisis Changed our World (Pages 286-303) by Martin Wolf

  • Linguistics and Economics: Is Entrepreneurship Innate? (Pages 304-318) by Robert C. B. Miller

  • Bus Competition in Ireland: Delayed by Regulatory Roadblocks (Pages 319-334) by Patrick Massey

  • Ticket Scalping as a Means of Managing Risk (Pages 335-339) by Vincent Geloso

  • Shadow Banking, Chinese Style (Pages 340-352) by Shalendra D.Sharma

  • China’s One-Child Policy: Some Unintended Consequences (Pages 353-369) by David Howden and Yang Zhou

  • Debt Erosion and the Market Process (Pages 370-378) by Alexander William Salter

  • W. H. Hutt (1899-1988): Free Markets and Social Justice (Pages 379-392) by Graham Dawson

  • Discussion: Economic Recovery in a Time of Austerity (Pages 393-398) by J. R. Sargent

  • Discussion: Adapting Sensibly When global Warming Turns the Fields Brown or Blue: A Comment on the 2014 IPCC Report (Pages 399-401) by S. Niggol Seo

  • Discussion: Can Government Intervention in Childcare be Justified? Comment: We Need to Change the Childcare Subsidy System (Pages 402-405) by Eva Lloyd

  • Comment: What Kind of Childcare Policy? (Pages 406-407) by Kristian Niemietz

  • Rejoinder (Pages 408-410) by Gillian Paull

  • Review Article: Prisonomics: Lessons from America’s Mass Incarceration (Pages 411-422)

  • Book Reviews (Page 423)


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