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Volume 6, issue November, 1985

British Gas: options for privatisation pp. 1-20
Ben Hammond, Dieter Robin Helm and David Thompson
Distributional aspects of inflation: who has suffered most? pp. 21-29
Vanessa Fry and Panos Pashardes
The airports policy White Paper: privatisation and regulation pp. 30-41
David Starkie and David Thompson
Selling public assets: techniques and financial implications pp. 42-56
Colin Mayer and Shirley Meadowcroft
Matrimonial property law, independent taxation and pensions: a search for consistency pp. 57-65
Beth Hammond and Nick Morris
Furniss v Dawson: the US experience pp. 66-76
M Bernard Aidinoff

Volume 6, issue August, 1985

The social security Green Paper pp. 1-8
Evan Davis, Andrew Dilnot and John Kay
A new exchange control scheme pp. 9-13
Roy Hattersley
Science Policy and public spending pp. 14-23
John Kay and Chris Llewellyn Smith
The economics of predatory practices pp. 24-36
John Vickers
Vertical restraints pp. 37-50
George Hay
The implications of Furniss v Dawson pp. 52-65
Malcolm Gammie
The business purpose test: the Dutch approach pp. 66-76
Jan van Kempen

Volume 6, issue May, 1985

Introduction pp. 1-5
John Kay
Does Mr Lawson really believe in the Medium-Term Financial Strategy? pp. 6-9
Tim Congdon
Macroeconomic policy and the 1985 Budget pp. 10-22
Alan Budd
The Budget and its critics pp. 23-30
Andrew Britton
The Budget and the Government's economic strategy pp. 31-39
Adam Sharples
Capacity constraints, real wages and the role of the public sector in creating jobs pp. 40-50
Bill Robinson
The restructuring of National Insurance contributions in the 1985 budget pp. 51-60
Evan Davis and Andrew Dilnot
Changes in tax progressivity, 1951-1985 pp. 61-66
John Kay
Transferable tax allowances pp. 67-70
John Kay
What future for capital gains tax? pp. 71-77
John King

Volume 6, issue February, 1985

Extending the VAT base: problems and possibilities pp. 1-16
Evan Davis and John Kay
Franchising in practice: the case of independent television in the UK pp. 17-33
Simon Domberger and Julian Middleton
Monopoly and merger policy pp. 34-48
Kenneth George
Lessons for competition policy from industrial economic theory pp. 49-58
Michael Waterson
Anti-trust and economic theory: some observations from the US experience pp. 59-69
George Hay
British merger policy pp. 70-81
James Fairburn

Volume 5, issue November, 1984

On the reform of the taxation of husband and wife: are incentives important? pp. 1-22
Richard Blundell, Costas Meghir, Elizabeth Symons and Ian Walker
Progressivity and graduation in income tax pp. 23-29
Andrew Dilnot and Nick Morris
Tax reform in Ireland pp. 30-43
M Hederman O'Brien
Organising the finance of hospitals by simulated markets pp. 44-63
R G Bevan
The 1984 Budget, the Finance Bill and corporate finance: a correction pp. 64-64
Michael Keen

Volume 5, issue August, 1984

Tax evasion and avoidance on earned income: some survey evidence pp. 1-22
C Brown, E Levin, P J Rosa and David Ulph
After Dawson pp. 23-43
Malcolm Gammie
Privatisation techniques and the PSBR pp. 44-53
R Buckland and E W Davis
Inequality in family earnings pp. 54-61
C, Fry,
Deep discount bonds - or how to get an interest-free loan pp. 62-67
J Hills
Capital transfer tax: adieu pp. 68-83
A Sutherland

Volume 5, issue May, 1984

The Budget and the economic strategy pp. 1-7
Andrew Britton
Macroeconomic aspects of the 1984 Budget pp. 8-16
Alan Budd
The analytical foundations of the Medium-Term Financial Strategy pp. 17-29
Tim Congdon
The 1984 corporation tax reform pp. 30-44
Jeremy Edwards
Savings taxation: The Chancellor's "middle way" pp. 45-56
John Hills
The impact of the 1984 budget on the household sector pp. 57-62
Andrew Dilnot
The Chancellor's arithmetic pp. 63-72
Michael P. Devereux and Nick Morris
The 1984 Budget, the Finance Bill and corporate finance pp. 73-81
John Chown
Has Nigel Lawson really reformed business taxation? pp. 82-92
Malcolm Gammie

Volume 5, issue February, 1984

Does dividend policy matter? pp. 1-17
Jeremy Edwards
What is the public sector worth? pp. 18-31
John Hills
The effect of increasing tax thresholds on the poverty and unemployment traps pp. 32-35
John Kay
Privatisation: analysing its appeals and limitations pp. 36-46
David Heald
Privatisation, regulation and competition pp. 47-60
Tom Sharpe
Airlines and airports: privatisation, competition and regulation pp. 61-75
Peter John Forsyth
Express coaching since 1980: liberalisation in practice pp. 76-86
Evan Davis
Government and the new hybrids: a trail of unanswered questions pp. 87-97
David Steel
Policy towards contracting-out: the lessons of experience pp. 98-105
Keith Hartley
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