Main articles on Reforming Dock Labour Schemes, guest edited by Nicholas Finney

Main articles

A decade of relative peace and productivity by Nicholas Finney
Raising the portcullis: repeal of the National Dock Labour Scheme and the employment relationship in the docks industry by Joe Rayner
The strength and weaknesses of dock labour reform – ten years on by Thomas M J McNamara and Sean Tarver
The abolition of the dock labour scheme and the revival of the Port of Liverpool by Peter Stoney Port reform without tears – the New Zealand experience by David Trebeck
The Australian waterfront: breaking monopoly power by Ray Evans.

Other articles

The Constitution and Liberty by Sir Michael Forsyth
A free retail investment market? by Kevin Dowd and Jimmy M Hinchliffe
Income: the real and the incomparable by David Tipping
Retirement and the parable of the fisherman by Terry Arthur.


The clerisy and EMU by Tim Congdon
Work for those who can; security for those who cannot by David G. Green
Dumbing down? James Tooley
POPs treaty condems the poor by Roger Bate
Monetary and exchange-rate policy can be conducted independently of each other by Geoffrey E. Wood

Book reviews by

Sir Alan Budd
Norman Barry
D A Reisman
Allister Heath
Charles Hanson
John Hibbs

Published by Blackwell Publishers, Oxford for the Institute of Economic Affairs