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Volume 40, issue 02, 2020

INTRODUCTION pp. 1-1 Downloads
J R Shackleton
Hong Kong: Inevitably irrelevant to China? pp. 2-23 Downloads
Kerry Liu
The natural rate of interest: An estimate for the United Kingdom pp. 24-35 Downloads
Anthony J Evans
Does social trust promote behaviour aimed at mitigating climate change? pp. 36-49 Downloads
Nurullah Gür
Christian economics at the origin pp. 50-62 Downloads
Benedikt Koehler
Does democracy die in recessions? A descriptive analysis of aggregate demand shortfalls and regime transition pp. 63-76 Downloads
Ryan H Murphy
The foreign aid–foreign direct investment relationship in Africa: The mediating role of institutional quality and financial development pp. 77-84 Downloads
Olufemi Adewale Aluko
BDSM, body modification, transhumanism, and the limits of liberalism pp. 85-92 Downloads
Ben Ramanauskas
Harold Wincott: Defender of liberal capitalism pp. 93-99 Downloads
Geoffrey Owen
How trade openness can help to ‘deliver the poor and needy’ pp. 100-107 Downloads
Walker Wright
Worrying about automation and jobs pp. 108-118 Downloads
J R Shackleton
SUPER MAD AT EVERYTHING ALL THE TIME: POLITICAL MEDIA AND OUR NATIONAL ANGER by Alison Dagnes pp. 120-122 Downloads
Stephen Wilkinson
MARGARET THATCHER: THE AUTHORIZED BIOGRAPHY. VOLUME THREE: HERSELF ALONE, by Charles Moore, Allen Lane pp. 123-125 Downloads
Amy Horscroft
THE THIRD PILLAR: THE REVIVAL OF COMMUNITY IN A POLARISED WORLD by Raghuram Rajan, Harper Collins pp. 126-127 Downloads
John Phelan

Volume 39, issue 10, 2019

INTRODUCTION pp. 305-305 Downloads
J R Shackleton
Forced technology transfer and China pp. 306-319 Downloads
Bob Carbaugh and Chad Wassell
The case for freedom revisited pp. 320-329 Downloads
Roland Vaubel
Is energy security really too important to leave to markets? pp. 330-345 Downloads
Lawrence Haar
How can we correct for contingent valuation bias? A case study of the Macau Orchestra pp. 346-362 Downloads
Thea Vinnicombe and Joey Pek U Sou
Multilateral trade liberalisation helps promote export product diversification: Trade tensions damage the prospects of the poorest economies pp. 363-380 Downloads
Sena Kimm Gnangnon
The forced registration of hedge funds in the United States pp. 381-390 Downloads
Steven James Lee and Edward W Kramer
The war on cash is about much more than cash pp. 391-399 Downloads
Kevin Dowd
Is it just to pursue honest income? pp. 400-409 Downloads
Daniel B Klein
The disadvantage of misunderstanding comparative advantage: A response to Sherman Xie pp. 410-416 Downloads
Donald J. Boudreaux
The community of advantage pp. 417-423 Downloads
Robert Sugden
Millennial Socialism: Same old, same old pp. 424-432 Downloads
Kristian Niemietz
A COMPARATIVE HISTORY OF BANK FAILURES: FROM MEDICI TO BARINGS ‐ By Sten Jönsson pp. 434-436 Downloads
Geoffrey Wood
HOW SOLAR ENERGY BECAME CHEAP: A MODEL FOR LOW‐CARBON INNOVATION by Gregory F. Nemet pp. 437-438 Downloads
Michael Jefferson
PEOPLE, POWER, AND PROFITS: PROGRESSIVE CAPITALISM FOR AN AGE OF DISCONTENT, by Joseph E. Stiglitz pp. 439-441 Downloads
Morgan Schondelmeier
GRESHAM'S LAW: THE LIFE AND WORLD OF QUEEN ELIZABETH I'S BANKER by John Guy pp. 442-444 Downloads
Alessandro Venieri
ROCKONOMICS: WHAT THE MUSIC INDUSTRY CAN TEACH US ABOUT ECONOMICS (AND OUR FUTURE). by Alan B. Krueger pp. 445-446 Downloads
Mark Littlewood
THE WEALTH OF RELIGIONS: THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF BELIEVING AND BELONGING by Rachel M. McCleary and Robert Barro pp. 447-448 Downloads
Benedikt Koehler
THE MADNESS OF CROWDS: GENDER, RACE AND IDENTITY, by Douglas Murray pp. 449-450 Downloads
James Tooley

Volume 39, issue 06, 2019

INTRODUCTION pp. 169-169 Downloads
J R Shackleton
‘Market failure’ arguments are a poor guide to policy pp. 170-183 Downloads
Ryan Bourne
The political economy of ‘ordered competition’ in European telecoms pp. 184-196 Downloads
Dmitrii Trubnikov and Ekaterina Trubnikova
Is entrepreneurship a virtue? pp. 197-215 Downloads
Robert C B Miller
The Internet's impact on trademark applications pp. 216-231 Downloads
Sena Kimm Gnangnon
Do health system reforms stand a chance? pp. 232-242 Downloads
Peter Zweifel
Why comparative advantage is a problematic guide to practical policy pp. 243-250 Downloads
Sherman Xie
The economics of the Books of Moses pp. 251-263 Downloads
Benedikt Koehler
In defence of tax havens pp. 264-272 Downloads
Jamie Whyte
Populism: Three approaches to an international problem pp. 273-281 Downloads
Christian Bjørnskov
THE PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF WALMART: HOW THE WORLD'S BIGGEST CORPORATIONS ARE LAYING THE FOUNDATION FOR SOCIALISM by Leigh Phillips, Michal Rozworski Verso (2019), 256 pp. ISBN: 978–1786635167 (pb, £9.99); 978–1786635181 (e‐book, £5.99) pp. 283-290 Downloads
Christopher Snowdon
WHERE ECONOMICS WENT WRONG: CHICAGO'S ABANDONMENT OF CLASSICAL LIBERALISM by David Colander and Craig Freedman pp. 291-294 Downloads
Peter Boettke
IN GOOD TIMES PREPARE FOR CRISIS. FROM THE GREAT DEPRESSION TO THE GREAT RECESSION: SOVEREIGN DEBT CRISES AND THEIR RESOLUTION by Ira W.Lieberman pp. 295-296 Downloads
Gabriel Stein
FIGHTING FINANCIAL CRISES: LEARNING FROM THE PAST, by Gary B. Gorton and Ellis W. Tallman pp. 297-299 Downloads
Alessandro Roselli
HAYEK AND THE EVOLUTION OF CAPITALISM by Naomi Beck pp. 300-301 Downloads
Charles Amos
AUSTERITY: WHEN IT WORKS AND WHEN IT DOESN'T. Edited by Alberto Alesina, Carlo Favero, Francesco Giavazzi pp. 302-303 Downloads
Kent Matthews

Volume 39, issue 02, 2019

INTRODUCTION pp. 1-2 Downloads
J. R. Shackleton
Can economic multilateralism survive? pp. 3-24 Downloads
Jean Pisani‐Ferry
Comment pp. 25-27 Downloads
Bronwen Maddox
Prospects for an ordoliberal reform of the European Union pp. 28-43 Downloads
Jürgen Wandel
How to draft ‘good’ minutes of monetary policy decisions pp. 44-64 Downloads
Jan Fredrik Qvigstad
Sir Thomas More's Utopia: An overlooked economic classic pp. 65-80 Downloads
Esa Mangeloja and Tomi Ovaska
How large is Vietnam's informal economy? pp. 81-100 Downloads
Nguyen Thai Hoa
The long‐run effect of government ideology on economic freedom pp. 101-114 Downloads
Ryan H. Murphy
How globalisation impacted Israel and India differently in the 1990s pp. 115-126 Downloads
Erez Cohen
The mixed success of New Zealand's economic liberalisation pp. 127-137 Downloads
Bryce Wilkinson
Empowering potential home owners: The UK should have a ‘small housing’ presumption pp. 138-144 Downloads
Émilie Ciclet
Vocational skills and the university of the twenty‐first century pp. 145-152 Downloads
Matthias Klaes
GREAT ECONOMIC THINKERS: AN INTRODUCTION – FROM ADAM SMITH TO AMARTYA SEN edited by Jonathan Conlin. Reaktion Books (2018), 311 pp. ISBN: 978‐1789140057 (hb, £20.00) pp. 154-155 Downloads
Benedikt Koehler
ADVANCED INTRODUCTION TO NATIONAL INNOVATION SYSTEMS by Cristina Chaminade | Bengt‐Åke Lundvall | Shagufta Haneef, Edward Elgar (2018), 192 pp. ISBN: 978‐1785362019 (hb, £70.00); 978‐1785362033 (pb, £15.95); 978‐1785362026 (eBook, £15.95) pp. 156-157 Downloads
Félix-Fernando Muñoz
WAR OR PEACE: THE STRUGGLE FOR WORLD POWER. by Deepak Lal. New Delhi: Oxford University Press (2018), 495 pp. ISBN: 978–0199482122 (hb, £29.99); 978–0199095315 (Kindle ed., £25.51) pp. 158-159 Downloads
Julian Richards
THE BITCOIN STANDARD: THE DECENTRALIZED ALTERNATIVE TO CENTRAL BANKING by Saifedean Ammous Wiley (2018), 304 pp. ISBN: 978–1119473862 (hb, £22.99); 978–1119473862 (e‐book, £17.99) pp. 160-161 Downloads
Luis Torras
F. A. HAYEK: ECONOMICS, POLITICAL ECONOMY AND SOCIAL PHILOSOPHY By Peter J. Boettke, Palgrave Macmillan (2018), 350 pp. ISBN: 978–1137411594 (hb, €103.99); 978–1137411600 (e‐book, €83.2) pp. 162-163 Downloads
Pedro Schwartz
WHY WOMEN HAVE BETTER SEX UNDER SOCIALISM: AND OTHER ARGUMENTS FOR ECONOMIC INDEPENDENCE by Kristen R. Ghodsee Bodley Head (2018), 240 pp. ISBN: 978–1847925596 (hb, £12.99); 978–1529110579 (pb, £8.99); 978–1473563896 (e‐book, £12.98) pp. 164-166 Downloads
Madeline Grant
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