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Volume 42, month 02, 2022

Monetary policy in a world of radical uncertainty pp. 2-12 Downloads
Mervyn King
Equality Street: Ideology and attitudes towards the purely relative definition of poverty pp. 13-29 Downloads
Andrew Dunn
Private regulation versus government regulation: The example of financial markets pp. 30-49 Downloads
Philip Booth
Health economics explained through six questions and answers pp. 50-69 Downloads
Peter Zweifel
International sanctions and development: Evidence from Latin America and the Caribbean (1950–2019) pp. 70-86 Downloads
Fernando Gonzalez
Cognitive economics and the Market Mind Hypothesis: Exploring the final frontier of economics pp. 87-114 Downloads
Patrick Schotanus
Dynamic efficiency and economic complexity pp. 115-134 Downloads
Vicente Moreno‐Casas and Philipp Bagus
Gratefulness, resentfulness, and some modern slogans pp. 135-143 Downloads
Daniel B Klein
John Blundell's cricket blueprint revisited pp. 144-160 Downloads
Andy Stevens
Building from the bottom up: Politics after Covid pp. 161-167 Downloads
Ruth Kelly
State of deception: Propaganda in the war on terror pp. 168-178 Downloads
Abigail R Hall
Islamic and Western banking: A Chicago perspective pp. 179-185 Downloads
Gerald R Steele
Time to put ‘money’ back into ‘monetary policy’ pp. 186-194 Downloads
Julian Jessop
COGS AND MONSTERS: WHAT ECONOMICS IS, AND WHAT IT SHOULD BE by Diane Coyle pp. 195-197 Downloads
Charles Amos
MONEY AND THE RULE OF LAW: GENERALITY AND PREDICTABILITY IN MONETARY INSTITUTIONS by Peter J. Boettke | Alexander William Salter | Daniel J Smith pp. 198-200 Downloads
Geoffrey Wood
TWO HUNDRED YEARS OF MUDDLING THROUGH: THE SURPRISING STORY OF BRITAIN'S ECONOMY FROM BOOM TO BUST AND BACK AGAIN by Duncan Weldon pp. 201-203 Downloads
Stephen Davies
THREE DAYS AT CAMP DAVID: HOW A SECRET MEETING IN 1971 TRANSFORMED THE GLOBAL ECONOMY Jeffrey E. Garten pp. 204-206 Downloads
Michael James

Volume 41, month 10, 2021

Introduction pp. 353-353 Downloads
J R Shackleton
What can we learn from the United Kingdom’s post‐1945 economic reforms? pp. 354-376 Downloads
Nicholas Crafts
Gender quotas and company financial performance: A systematic review pp. 377-390 Downloads
Jeong Jin Yu and Guy Madison
The challenge of removing a mistaken price cap pp. 391-415 Downloads
Stephen Littlechild
Economic complexity and poverty in developing countries pp. 416-429 Downloads
Sena Kimm Gnangnon
From bailout to bail‐in: Making banking a legitimate part of the market economy pp. 430-441 Downloads
Pär Holmbäck Adelwald
A call to embrace jural dualism pp. 442-457 Downloads
Jonathon Diesel and Daniel B Klein
The viability of the UK's assetless electricity retailers pp. 458-464 Downloads
Lawrence Haar
Configuring Hayek versus Keynes: Decentralisation, regulation, and computational discovery procedures pp. 465-471 Downloads
Ron Wallace
Tax tyranny: A classical liberal analysis pp. 472-475 Downloads
Pascal Salin
Defending liberal individualism against communitarian critiques pp. 476-488 Downloads
Graham Dawson
CONTROLLING CORRUPTION: THE SOCIAL CONTRACT APPROACH by Bo Rothstein pp. 489-490 Downloads
Gabriel Stein
ECONOMICS IN ONE VIRUS: AN INTRODUCTION TO ECONOMIC REASONING THROUGH COVID‐19 by Ryan A Bourne pp. 491-492 Downloads
Christopher Snowdon
TAXING SIN by Michael Thom pp. 493-495 Downloads
Charles Amos
LEAVE ME ALONE AND I'LL MAKE YOU RICH: HOW THE BOURGEOIS DEAL ENRICHED THE WORLD pp. 496-498 Downloads
John Phelan
ISLAM & ECONOMICS: A PRIMER ON MARKETS, MORALITY, AND JUSTICE pp. 499-500 Downloads
Benedikt Koehler
THE POWER OF CREATIVE DESTRUCTION: ECONOMIC UPHEAVAL AND THE WEALTH OF NATIONS by Philippe Aghion|Céline Antonin|Simon Bunel pp. 501-502 Downloads
Nicholas Crafts
THE GYPSY ECONOMIST: THE LIFE AND TIMES OF COLIN CLARK by Alex Millmow pp. 503-505 Downloads
J R Shackleton
FULLY GROWN: WHY A STAGNANT ECONOMY IS A SIGN OF SUCCESS by Dietrich Vollrath pp. 506-508 Downloads
Paul Ormerod

Volume 41, month 06, 2021

Introduction pp. 197-197 Downloads
J R Shackleton
COVID‐19 and complexity: Hayekian economics and the world after the pandemic pp. 198-210 Downloads
Stephen Davies
Attitudes to wealth in seven countries: The Social Envy Coefficient and the Rich Sentiment Index pp. 211-224 Downloads
Rainer Zitelmann
Attitudes to work and time spent unemployed across 30 years pp. 225-240 Downloads
Andrew Dunn
Sovereign wealth funds: A potential solution to market failure and government failure pp. 241-251 Downloads
James Broughel
Changes in Italy's education‐related digital divide pp. 252-270 Downloads
Giorgio Di Pietro
Nudges for better voters pp. 271-283 Downloads
Nicolás Maloberti
Rising repair costs and the throwaway society pp. 284-298 Downloads
John McCollough and Ailian Qiu
Hyperinflation, depression, and the rise of Adolf Hitler pp. 300-308 Downloads
Alessandro Roselli
The right to move and the right to exclude: Ilya Somin and ‘foot voting’ pp. 309-312 Downloads
Paul Graham
Migration and liberal dilemmas: A comment on Ilya Somin's ‘foot voting’ pp. 313-316 Downloads
Stephen Davies
Rejoinder pp. 317-319 Downloads
Ilya Somin
Interest rates or quantity of money? Edward Nelson on Milton Friedman pp. 320-335 Downloads
Tim Congdon
CRAFTING CONSENSUS: WHY CENTRAL BANKERS CHANGE THEIR SPEECH AND HOW SPEECH CHANGES THE ECONOMY by Nicole Baerg pp. 337-339 Downloads
Geoffrey Wood
CHINA'S GRAND STRATEGY AND AUSTRALIA'S FUTURE IN THE NEW GLOBAL ORDER by Geoff Raby pp. 340-342 Downloads
Frank Milne
DYNAMISM: THE VALUES THAT DRIVE INNOVATION, JOB SATISFACTION, AND ECONOMIC GROWTH by Edmund Phelps, Raicho Bojilov, Hian Teck Hoon, Gylfi Zoega pp. 343-345 Downloads
Carlo Stagnaro
RELIGION AND THE RISE OF CAPITALISM by Benjamin M. Friedman pp. 346-348 Downloads
Benedikt Koehler
RELENTLESS: THE FORENSICS OF MOBSTERS' BUSINESS PRACTICES, by Jerold L. Zimmerman, Daniel P. Forrester pp. 349-350 Downloads
David Gindis

Volume 41, month 02, 2021

Introduction pp. 1-2 Downloads
J R Shackleton
The fiscal and monetary response to COVID‐19: What the Great Depression has – and hasn't – taught us pp. 3-20 Downloads
George Selgin
Can central banks run out of ammunition? The role of the money‐equities‐interaction channel in monetary policy pp. 21-37 Downloads
Tim Congdon
Debt, deficits, and inflation pp. 38-50 Downloads
Forrest Capie and Geoffrey Wood
Assessing the Powell policy review pp. 51-58 Downloads
Robert Hetzel
Do enlarged fiscal deficits cause inflation? The historical record pp. 59-83 Downloads
Michael D. Bordo and Mickey D. Levy
Poverty volatility and poverty in developing countries pp. 84-95 Downloads
Sena Kimm Gnangnon
Salvador Allende's development policy: Lessons after 50 years pp. 96-110 Downloads
Victor I. Espinosa
Impact of the Affordable Care Act on diabetes diagnoses in the United States: A county‐level analysis pp. 111-122 Downloads
Rupa Palanki, Siva Chamarthy and Srinivas Palanki
International free riding on institutions pp. 123-140 Downloads
Robert Gmeiner
Freedom through foot voting pp. 141-152 Downloads
Ilya Somin
Samuel Brittan: Liberal Keynesian? pp. 153-161 Downloads
Michael James
The mystery of Modern Monetary Theory pp. 162-174 Downloads
Joakim Book
CHANGING TIMES: ECONOMICS, POLICIES, AND RESOURCE ALLOCATION IN BRITAIN SINCE 1951 by Martin Chick pp. 175-177 Downloads
Nicholas Crafts
GREED IS DEAD: POLITICS AFTER INDIVIDUALISM. by Paul Collier, John Kay pp. 178-179 Downloads
Emily Carver
YOU'RE HIRED: UNTOLD SUCCESSES AND FAILURES OF A POPULIST PRESIDENT by Casey B. Mulligan pp. 180-181 Downloads
John Phelan
CLASSICAL LIBERALISM AND THE INDUSTRIAL WORKING CLASS: THE ECONOMIC THOUGHT OF THOMAS HODGSKIN by Alberto Mingardi pp. 182-184 Downloads
Pedro Schwartz
ULTIMATE PRICE: THE VALUE WE PLACE ON LIFE by Howard Friedman pp. 185-187 Downloads
Christopher Snowdon
THE WEIRDEST PEOPLE IN THE WORLD: HOW THE WEST BECAME PSYCHOLOGICALLY PECULIAR AND PARTICULARLY PROSPEROUS by Joseph Henrich pp. 188-190 Downloads
Benedikt Koehler
INVENTING IDEAS: PATENTS, PRIZES, AND THE KNOWLEDGE ECONOMY by Zorina Khan pp. 191-193 Downloads
Félix-Fernando Muñoz
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