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1980 - 2014

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Volume 17, issue November, 1996

Income support and staying in school: what can we learn from Australia's AUSTUDY experiment? pp. 1-30 Downloads
Lorraine Dearden and Alexandra Heath
Minimum wages: possible effects on the distribution of income pp. 31-48 Downloads
Amanda Gosling
The welfare consequences of tariff rebalancing in the domestic gas market pp. 49-65 Downloads
Andres Gomez-Lobo
Company Taxes in the European Union: Criteria and Options for Reform pp. 67-97 Downloads
Sijbren Cnossen
Financing regional government in the UK: some issues pp. 99-120 Downloads
Laura Blow, John Hall and Stephen Smith

Volume 17, issue August, 1996

The impact of compulsory competitive tendering on refuse collection services pp. 1-19 Downloads
Stefan Szymanski
Carbon taxation, prices and inequality in Australia pp. 21-38 Downloads
Antonia Cornwell and John Creedy
Should we subsidise childcare, and if so, how? pp. 39-62 Downloads
Alan Duncan and Chris Giles
Tax law: rules or principles? pp. 63-89 Downloads
John Cbe
A note on the taxation of capital income in the Czech Republic and Poland pp. 91-103 Downloads
Rachel Griffith

Volume 17, issue May, 1996

The gender earnings gap: evidence from the UK pp. 1-36 Downloads
Susan Harkness
Policy instruments and greenhouse gas emissions from transport in the UK pp. 65-82 Downloads
Melinda Acutt and John Dodgson
Ageing and saving pp. 83-101 Downloads
Richard Disney
An update on the work of the Tax Law Review Committee pp. 103-110 Downloads
Chris Davidson

Volume 17, issue February, 1996

Profit-sharing regulation: an economic appraisal pp. 1-18 Downloads
Colin Mayer and John Vickers
Who pays business rates? pp. 19-35 Downloads
Stephen Bond, Kevin Denny, John Hall and William McClusky
Fighting international tax avoidance pp. 37-58 Downloads
Alfons Weichenrieder
How much did working wives contribute to changes in income inequality between couples in the UK? pp. 59-78 Downloads
Vani Borooah and Patricia McKee
Earning and learning: educational policy and the growth of part-time work by full-time pupils pp. 79-103 Downloads
Christian Dustmann, John Mickelwright, Najma Rajah and Stephen Smith
Should the basic state pension be a contributory benefit? pp. 105-112 Downloads
Paul Johnson and Gary Stears

Volume 17, issue January, 1996

Savings and wealth in the UK: evidence from micro-data pp. 37-64 Downloads
James Banks and Sarah Smith

Volume 16, issue November, 1996

Corporation tax: a survey pp. 23-68 Downloads
Jack Mintz
Pensioner income inequality pp. 69-93 Downloads
Paul Johnson and Gary Stears
Modelling local government budgetary choices under expenditure limitation pp. 95-110 Downloads
Alan Duncan and Peter Smith

Volume 16, issue September, 1995

Occupational pension schemes: prospects and reforms in the UK pp. 19-39 Downloads
Richard Disney

Volume 16, issue August, 1995

Company dividends and taxes in the UK pp. 1-18 Downloads
Stephen Bond, Lucy Chennells and Michael Devereux
Income, expenditure and the living standards of UK households pp. 40-54 Downloads
Richard Blundell and Ian Preston
The distribution of UK household expenditure, 1979-92 pp. 55-80 Downloads
Alissa Goodman and Steven Webb
Competition in the British domestic gas market: efficiency and equity pp. 81-105 Downloads
Ruth Hancock and Catherine Price
A correction to ‘Improving work incentives in a means-tested welfare system: The 1994 Australian social security reforms’ pp. 126
Peter Saunders

Volume 16, issue May, 1995

Population ageing, public debt and sustainable fiscal policy pp. 1-20 Downloads
Svend Jensen and Søren Nielsen
An analysis of indirect tax reform in Ireland in the 1980s pp. 18-37 Downloads
David Madden
Tax incentives for R&D pp. 21-44 Downloads
Rachel Griffith, David Sandler and John van Reenen
Improving work incentives in a means-tested welfare system: The 1994 Australian social security reforms pp. 45-70 Downloads
Peter Saunders
Subsidising consumer services: effects on employment, welfare and the informal economy pp. 71-93 Downloads
Niels Fredriksen, Peter Hansen, Henrik Jacobsen and Peter Sørensen
Bringing it all back home: alcohol taxation and cross-border shopping pp. 94-114 Downloads
Ian Crawford and Sarah Tanner

Volume 16, issue February, 1995

On the European Union VAT proposals: the superiority of origin over destination taxation pp. 1-17
Ben Lockwood, David de Meza and Gareth Myles
Taxation and household saving: reflections on the OECD report pp. 38-57 Downloads
Mark Robson
European air transport public service obligations: a periodic review pp. 58-74 Downloads
Aisling Reynolds-Feighan
Liberalisation and divestiture in the UK energy sector pp. 75-89 Downloads
Richard Green and Catherine Price

Volume 16, issue January, 1995

Regulation and redistribution in utilities pp. 1-22 Downloads
Philip Burns, Ian Crawford and Andrew Dilnot
Tax policy reform: why we need microeconomics pp. 106-125 Downloads
Richard Blundell

Volume 15, issue November, 1994

For richer, for poorer: the changing distribution of income in the United Kingdom, 1961-91 pp. 29-62 Downloads
Alissa Goodman and Steven Webb
What happened to the wages of men since the mid-1960s pp. 63-87 Downloads
Stephen Machin and Amanda Gosling
Current cost accounting: its role in regulated utilities pp. 88-101 Downloads
Geoffrey Whittington
Deregulation of conveyancing markets in England and Wales pp. 102-18 Downloads
Frank Stephen, James Love and Alan Patterson
Paying for public spending: is there a role for earmarked taxes? pp. 119-35 Downloads
Margaret Wilkinson

Volume 15, issue August, 1994

Achieving the Rio target: CO2 abatement through fiscal policy in the UK pp. 1-18 Downloads
Terry Barker, Susan Baylis and Clare Bryden
Taxation and savings: a survey pp. 19-63 Downloads
Robin Boadway and David Wildasin
Tax reform in the UK and changes in the progressivity of the tax system, 1985-95 pp. 64-86 Downloads
Christopher Giles and Paul Johnson
Financing higher education: public choice and social welfare pp. 87-108 Downloads
John Creedy
Monetary policy in the UK pp. 109-28 Downloads
Mervyn King
Legislation for business: is it fit for public consumption? pp. 129-39 Downloads
Malcolm Gammie

Volume 15, issue May, 1994

Financial constraints and company investment pp. 1-18 Downloads
Stephen Bond and Costas Meghir
Carbon taxes, consumer demand and carbon dioxide emissions: a simulation analysis for the UK pp. 19-43 Downloads
Elizabeth Symons, John Proops and Philip Gay
Household energy efficiency in the UK pp. 44-56 Downloads
Vanessa Brechling and Stephen Smith
The regressivity of a value added tax: tax credit method and subtraction method — a Japanese case pp. 57-73 Downloads
Masayuki Tamaoka
Water regulation: the periodic review pp. 74-94 Downloads
Dieter Helm and Najma Rajah
Water regulation: the periodic review — a response pp. 95-97 Downloads
Ian Byatt
Venture capital pp. 98-104 Downloads
Philip Shirley

Volume 15, issue February, 1994

Equivalence scales and public policy pp. 1-23
James Banks and Paul Johnson
Retirement behaviour in Britain pp. 24-43
Richard Disney, Costas Meghir and Edward Whitehouse
Making the most of council housing pp. 44-63
Steve Wilcox
Tax reform and economic transition in the Czech Republic pp. 64-80
Christopher Heady, Najma Rajah and Stephen Smith
Child Support, Income Support and lone mothers pp. 81-98
Paul Bingley, Elizabeth Symons and Ian Walker
Dwarfs and giants in the 1980s: trends in the UK income distribution pp. 99-118
Stephen Jenkins and Frank Cowell
The November 1993 Budget: Quo Vadis? pp. 119-123
Ken Etherington

Volume 15, issue January, 1994

UK household cost-of-living indices, 1979-92 pp. 1-28 Downloads
Ian Crawford
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