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2003 - 2020

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Volume 23, issue March, 2003

Tax reform and simplification pp. 2-6 Downloads
D. R. Myddelton
Tax and the division of labour pp. 7-10 Downloads
Terry Arthur
Employment taxes: where are we going? pp. 11-16 Downloads
John Whiting
The illusory tax base: why taxes on capital are counterproductive pp. 17-22 Downloads
Barry Bracewell-Milnes
Tax competition pp. 23-26 Downloads
John Chown
Political process and the formation of economic policy pp. 27-32 Downloads
Robin Johnson
Is the transition to the market too important to be left to the market? pp. 33-39 Downloads
Peter Boettke and Peter Leeson
Who benefits from public education expenditures? pp. 40-43 Downloads
Ayesha Yaqub Vawda
Could deflation be ideal? pp. 44-48 Downloads
Andrew Lilico
What will happen to the euro? pp. 49-54 Downloads
Bernard Connolly and John Whittaker
Resolving conflicts of interest in the financial system pp. 55-55 Downloads
Tim Congdon
Private schools for the poor: an update pp. 56-56 Downloads
James Tooley
Trade and technological progress go hand in hand pp. 57-57 Downloads
Julian Morris
The European Union"s confused position on GM food pp. 58-58 Downloads
Roger Bate

Volume 23, issue 12, 2003

EDITORIAL: ESSAYS IN THE SPIRIT OF PETER BAUER pp. 2-6 Downloads
Razeen Sally
THE REVIVAL OF CULTURAL EXPLANATION IN ECONOMICS pp. 7-13 Downloads
E. L. Jones
IN DEFENCE OF EMPIRES pp. 14-19 Downloads
Deepak Lal
Migration, Globalisation and the Spirit of Peter Bauer pp. 20-26 Downloads
Daniel T. Griswold
POVERTY AND RECOVERY: THE HISTORY OF AID AND DEVELOPMENT IN EAST AFRICA pp. 27-33 Downloads
Fredrik Erixon
REGULATORY CAPTURE, PROPERTY RIGHTS AND TAXI DEREGULATION: A CASE STUDY pp. 34-40 Downloads
Sean D. Barrett
THE ETHICS OF ECONOMIC SANCTIONS pp. 41-45 Downloads
Robert McGee
THE BUS INDUSTRY: FRANCHISE AND THE LOSS OF FREEDOM pp. 46-47 Downloads
John Hibbs
THE PROS AND CONS OF GOVERNMENT REGULATION pp. 48-54 Downloads
Joseph L. Porket
MONEY, INFLATION AND THE MPC pp. 55-55 Downloads
Tim Congdon
QUESTIONING FREE AND COMPULSORY EDUCATION pp. 56-56 Downloads
James Tooley
WATER CONFLICT TO BE INCREASED BY TRADE? pp. 57-57 Downloads
Roger Bate

Volume 23, issue 09, 2003

EDITORIAL: FINANCIAL SERVICES REGULATION pp. 2-3 Downloads
Paul Klumpes
COMPETITION AMONG STAKEHOLDER GROUPS FOR POLITICAL INFLUENCE OVER BUSINESS REGULATION: THE CASE OF THE UK PENSIONS INDUSTRY pp. 4-10 Downloads
Paul Klumpes
HOW TO CLEAR UP THE PENSIONS MESS pp. 11-15 Downloads
David Simpson
THE REGULATION OF LIFE ASSURERS IN A LOW SOLVENCY ENVIRONMENT: THE UK EXPERIENCE pp. 16-20 Downloads
Christopher O'Brien
TOO MUCH REGULATION? pp. 21-27 Downloads
Geoffrey E. Wood
WHO SHOULD REGULATE FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS? pp. 28-34 Downloads
Philip Booth
MORE NONSENSE ON STILTS: MR BENTHAM IS AT IT AGAIN pp. 35-36 Downloads
Anthony de Jasay
ANTI-GLOBALISATION: BAD WINE IN NEW BOTTLES? pp. 37-41 Downloads
Andrew Ryder
THE ORIGINS OF LIBERTY AND THE MARKET: THE WORK OF MARJORIE GRICE-HUTCHINSON (1909-2003) pp. 42-45 Downloads
Norman Barry
POLITICIANS PICKING LOSERS pp. 53-53 Downloads
Tim Congdon
1993 AND ALL THAT pp. 54-54 Downloads
James Tooley
SEATTLE "À LA PLAYA"? pp. 55-56 Downloads
Julian Morris
SCIENCE, ANYBODY? pp. 57-57 Downloads
Roger Bate

Volume 23, issue 06, 2003

EDITORIAL: THE STATE OF OUR CITIES pp. 2-2 Downloads
William Siebert
VOLUNTARY ROADS AND STREETS pp. 3-9 Downloads
Peter Watt
LAND USE PLANNING: PUBLIC OR PRIVATE CHOICE? pp. 10-15 Downloads
Mark Pennington
REGULATING CARS AND BUSES IN CITIES: THE CASE OF PEDESTRIANISATION IN OXFORD pp. 16-21 Downloads
Graham Parkhurst
PUBLIC CHOICE AND URBAN ECONOMICS: THE UNNOTICED LINK BETWEEN LIQUOR LICENSING AND URBAN SPRAWL pp. 22-27 Downloads
William Siebert
THE NEW LICENSING BILL: OVER-REGULATING THE BRITISH PUB? pp. 28-33 Downloads
Stuart Neame
EDUCATION AND MODERNITY pp. 34-39 Downloads
Dennis O'Keeffe
INTERNATIONAL GOVERNANCE OF THE INTERNET: AN ECONOMIC ANALYSIS pp. 40-44 Downloads
Gordon L. Brady
SINGLE SKY AND FREE MARKET pp. 45-51 Downloads
Peter Brooker
THE ECONOMIC CONSEQUENCES OF WAR AND TERRORISM pp. 52-52 Downloads
Tim Congdon
HIGHER EDUCATION REGULATION pp. 53-53 Downloads
James Tooley
BAPTISTS, BOOTLEGGERS AND THE DANGERS OF 'SAFE' TRADE pp. 54-54 Downloads
Julian Morris
FOOD EMERGENCY IN SOUTHERN AFRICA pp. 55-55 Downloads
Roger Bate
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