Living with Leviathan: Public Spending, Taxes and Economic Performance
Peter King proposes radical reform of the system of support for housing costs and the abolition of social housing.
Professor Hugh High examines the evidence for the effectiveness of advertising bans in reducing consumption.
A major study of the economic impact of the growth in UK government expenditure.
How can such a situation prevail? Why are politicians not interested in one of the key determinants of economic welfare? Why is it impossible to tell the policies of the main parties apart on this issue? David B. Smith analyses these questions too and proposes changes that would make it more likely that Britain could have a smaller government sector.
2006, Hobart Papers 158, ISBN 978 0 255 36579 6, 187pp, PB
Sir Humphrey’s Legacy: Facing Up to the Cost of Public Sector Pensions by Neil Record.
How Should Britain’s Government Spending and Tax Burdens be Measured? by David B. Smith.