Economic Affairs

Economic Affairs (Vol 36.2)


Government and Institutions

Leave or Stay: the two best paths to economic freedom

Labour Market

Political intervention in wage-setting risks damaging UK employment

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  • Introduction (page 117)

  • Contrasting Developments in UK Energy Regulation: Retail Policy and Consumer Engagement (pages 118–132) by Stephen Littlechild

  • Exit and the Epistemic Quality of Voice (pages 133–144) by Brad R. Taylor

  • Intergovernmental Organisations and Economic Freedom: Wise Technocrats or Black Helicopters? (pages 145–154) by Ryan H. Murphy

  • A Novel way to Compare Health Care Systems and to Assess their Potential Competitiveness (pages 155–167) by Peter Zweifel

  • Bank Ownership and Lending Behaviours: The Relevance of Community Links (pages 168–174) by Atul Teckchandani

  • Why Development Programmes Fail: William Easterly and the Political Economy of Intervention (pages 175–183) by Abigail R. Hall-Blanco

  • Enticing the Stork: Can we Evaluate Pro-Natal Policies Before Having Children? (pages 184–202) by Anthony A. Noce, Dhimtri Qirjo and Namini De Silva

  • Discussion: Fair and Efficient Regulation of the Sharing Economy (pages 204–211) by Matthew Sinclair

  • Discussion: Mobile Money: Part of the African Financial Inclusion Solution? (pages 212–216) by Laura Llewellyn-Jones

  • Comment: Deirdre Mccloskey, Kirznerian Growth and the Role of Social Networks (pages 217–220) by Mikayla Novak

  • Comment: Comparing Real GDP Across Countries: Comment (pages 221–223) by Lawrence H. Summers

  • Review Article: Commons, Anticommons and Public Choice: James Buchanan on Liberal Democracy (pages 224–228) by John Meadowcroft

  • Reviews (pages 230-236)