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Volume 32, issue 10, 2012

What Is Austerity? pp. 1-1 Downloads
Anthony J. Evans
Financial Regulation – the need for a revolution pp. 2-3 Downloads
Philip Booth
Unicef Conclusions on Inequality Ignore Unicef Evidence on Inequality pp. 2-3 Downloads
Kristian Niemietz
What Causes Recessions? pp. 4-4 Downloads
Richard Wellings
Editorial Statement – a new beginning for Economic Affairs pp. 4-5 Downloads
Philip Booth and J. R. Shackleton
How is Banking Regulation Changing, and How Could it be Better? pp. 6-10 Downloads
Andrew Lilico
Too Big to Fail: UK Financial Services Reform in History and Policy pp. 11-16 Downloads
Ranald Michie
A Well-Intentioned Folly: The Macroeconomic Implications of S olvency II pp. 17-23 Downloads
Amarendra Swarup
Promoting a free market by ending the S ingle M arket – reforming EU financial regulation pp. 24-31 Downloads
Philip Booth and Alan Morrison
The EU Proposals for The Regulation of Alternative Investments pp. 32-36 Downloads
Laurence Copeland
The Alternative of Private Regulation: The London Stock Exchange's Alternative Investment Market as a Model pp. 37-43 Downloads
Edward Stringham and Ivan Chen
The Problems of Accounting Standards pp. 44-49 Downloads
D. R. Myddelton
Regulation without Reason: The Deleterious Effects of Government Regulation on Private Pension Provision pp. 50-57 Downloads
Nick Silver and Saurabh Pant
Can Banks Self-Regulate? Voluntary Agreements, Intrinsic Motivation and Games pp. 58-64 Downloads
Aidan Walsh, Piotr Magnuszewski and Anna Slodka-Turner
Causes and Cures of the Great Recession pp. 65-69 Downloads
Steven Horwitz
Planning Reform and Housing Costs: Why The Coalition Failed and What it Means pp. 70-77 Downloads
Kristian Niemietz
How Governments Should Support the Adjustment of Competitiveness in the Euro Area – and How They Should Not pp. 78-84 Downloads
Holger Zemanek
Liberating Farming from the CAP pp. 85-93 Downloads
Séan Rickard
On One Forgotten Cause of the A rab Spring: the Lack of Economic Freedom pp. 94-96 Downloads
Emmanuel Martin
Us Debt and Deficits: Time to Reverse the Trend pp. 97-101 Downloads
James Barth and Tong Li
Rethinking Inflation: New Perspective from an Old Indicator pp. 102-106 Downloads
Mark Ungewitter
Private Equity and Agency Costs: an Economic Analysis pp. 107-109 Downloads
Adam Baldwin
Who Invented ‘ QE ’? pp. 110-110 Downloads
Tim Congdon
Economic Freedom and the A sian Century pp. 111-111 Downloads
Razeen Sally
Questioning the Anti-Profit Mentality in Education pp. 112-112 Downloads
James Stanfield
The Deadly World of Falsified and Sub-Standard Medicine pp. 113-113 Downloads
Roger Bate
From Big Macs to Big Brother? What is the culture of the market? pp. 114-114 Downloads
John Meadowcroft
Engineering the Financial Crisis: Systemic Risk and the Failure of Regulation by Jeffrey Friedman and Wladimir Kraus, Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 212pp., ISBN: 978 081 224 3574, £29.50 (hb), 2011 pp. 115-117 Downloads
Antonio Foglia
The Servile Mind: How Democracy Erodes The Moral Life by Kenneth Minogue New York: Encounter, 374pp., ISBN: 978 159 403 3810, £15.99 (hb), 2010 pp. 117-118 Downloads
Christie Davies
Keynes Hayek: The Clash That Defined Modern Economics by Nicholas Wapshott New York/London: W.W. Norton & Co., 382pp., ISBN 978 039 307 7483 $28.95/£18.99 (hb) 2011 pp. 118-119 Downloads
G. R. Steele
Double Entry: How the Merchants of Venice Created Modern Finance by Jane Gleeson-White London: W. W. Norton, 304pp., ISBN: 978 039 308 8960, £11.50 (hb), 2012 pp. 119-120 Downloads
Arthur Edwards
Why Capitalism? by Allan H. Meltzer Oxford: Oxford University Press, 156pp., ISBN: 978-0199859573, £14.99 (hb), 2012 pp. 120-121 Downloads
Alberto Mingardi

Volume 32, issue 06, 2012

Public Goods and Club Goods – Does the State Need to Provide Libraries? pp. 1-1 Downloads
James B. Stanfield
No Case for Plan B – Lessons for the Great Recession From the Great Depression pp. 2-3 Downloads
Kent Matthews
EDITORIAL: EIGHT YEARS SINCE THE ORANGE BOOK: HAVE THE LIBERAL DEMOCRATS ‘RECLAIMED’ LIBERALISM? pp. 2-5 Downloads
Thomas Papworth
OFFA's Demands Could Lead to Leading Universities Opting-Out of State Funding pp. 4-4 Downloads
J. R. Shackleton
CLASSICAL LIBERALISM IN THE LIBERAL PARTY SINCE 1886 pp. 6-10 Downloads
Stephen Davies
THE ORANGE BOOK – TURNING RIGHT OR CHANGING GEARS? pp. 11-16 Downloads
Emma Sanderson-Nash
THE LIBERAL DEMOCRATS AND SUPPLY-SIDE ECONOMICS pp. 17-20 Downloads
Tim Leunig
THE ORANGE BOOK, THE LIBERAL DEMOCRATS AND ECONOMIC FREEDOM pp. 21-26 Downloads
Thomas Papworth
THE ORANGE BOOK, EDUCATION AND SOCIAL MOBILITY pp. 27-30 Downloads
Paul Marshall
THE ORANGE BOOK: EIGHT YEARS ON pp. 31-35 Downloads
David Laws
FAT TAXES AND OTHER INTERVENTIONS WON'T CURE OBESITY pp. 36-40 Downloads
Barrie M. Craven, Michael Marlow and Alden F. Shiers
PRESCRIPTION FOR CONFLICT: WHY THE ALLIANCE BETWEEN THE PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY AND THE ANTI-TOBACCO MOVEMENT IS NOT IN THE BEST INTERESTS OF SMOKERS pp. 41-46 Downloads
Patrick Basham and John C. Luik
CONTROL RIGHTS (AND WRONGS) pp. 47-58 Downloads
Andrew Haldane
COMMENT ON THE 2011 WINCOTT LECTURE, ‘CONTROL RIGHTS (AND WRONGS)’ pp. 59-62 Downloads
Martin Wolf
SIR WALDRON SMITHERS AND THE MUDDLE OF THE TORY MIDDLE pp. 63-67 Downloads
Andrew Farrant and Nicola Tynan
PROTECTIONISM AND PROPERTY RIGHTS: COASIAN BARGAINING AND DEBT-FOR-NATURE SWAPS pp. 68-73 Downloads
Bradley K. Hobbs
WHAT ELUDES INTERNATIONAL AGREEMENTS ON CLIMATE CHANGE? THE ECONOMICS OF GLOBAL PUBLIC GOODS pp. 74-80 Downloads
S. Niggol Seo
THE INTERNALISATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL EXTERNALITIES AFFECTING DWELLINGS: A REVIEW OF COURT CASES IN HONG KONG pp. 81-87 Downloads
Rita Yi Man Li
THE CHINA MODEL: IS IT A GOLDEN FORMULA? pp. 88-90 Downloads
Kenli Schoolland
THE DECISIONS OF THE SHADOW MONETARY POLICY COMMITTEE AND MONETARY POLICY COMMITTEE SINCE 2002 pp. 91-93 Downloads
Jahyun Koo, Ivan Paya and David Peel
THE DECISIONS OF THE SHADOW MONETARY POLICY COMMITTEE AND MONETARY POLICY COMMITTEE SINCE 2002: A REJOINDER pp. 94-95 Downloads
David B. Smith
THE AGEING POPULATION: CRUNCH TIME FOR GOVERNMENT REFORMS pp. 96-100 Downloads
Les Mayhew and Ben Rickayzen
LIQUIDITY TRAP CLAPTRAP pp. 101-101 Downloads
Tim Congdon
A BRIEF POLITICAL ECONOMY OF THE EUROZONE CRISIS pp. 102-102 Downloads
Razeen Sally
OMEGA SCHOOLS, GHANA pp. 103-103 Downloads
James Stanfield
ZIMBABWE'S FUTURE AND THE ‘KIMBERLEY PROCESS’ pp. 104-104 Downloads
Roger Bate
DO THE WORST GET ON TOP? AN ANSWER FROM PUBLIC CHOICE pp. 105-105 Downloads
John Meadowcroft
The Rational Optimist: How Prosperity Evolves – By Matt Ridley pp. 106-107 Downloads
Elaine Sternberg
Government Versus Markets: The Changing Economic Role of the State – By Vito Tanzi pp. 107-108 Downloads
Alberto Mingardi
Flourishing and Happiness in a Free Society: Toward a Synthesis of Aristotelianism, Austrian Economics and Ayn Rand's Objectivism – By Edward W. Younkins pp. 108-110 Downloads
Graham Dawson
The Future of Banking – Edited by Thorsten Beck pp. 110-111 Downloads
David Howden
So Much Aid, So Little Development: Stories from Pakistan – By Samia Waheed Altaf pp. 111-112 Downloads
Cecily Liu

Volume 32, issue 03, 2012

Does Foreign Aid Make the Poor Poorer? pp. 1-1 Downloads
Philip Booth
The History and Politics of Government Spending and Debt pp. 2-3 Downloads
Stephen Davies
A Critique of ‘Steady State Economics’ pp. 4-4 Downloads
Kristian Niemietz

Volume 32, issue 02, 2012

THE ECONOMICS OF POPULATION GROWTH pp. 2-3 Downloads
Dermot Grenham
THE BENEFITS OF MIGRATION pp. 4-9 Downloads
Michele Binci
POPULATION AND THE ECONOMY DURING THE DEMOGRAPHIC TRANSITION pp. 10-16 Downloads
David Reher
LOOKING TOWARDS 2030: A NEW WORLD COMING INTO FOCUS pp. 17-25 Downloads
Nicholas N. Eberstadt
THE DEMOGRAPHIC DIVIDEND: RETROSPECT AND PROSPECT pp. 26-30 Downloads
Robert Eastwood and Michael Lipton
THE BURDEN OF DURABLE ASSET ACQUISITION IN GROWING POPULATIONS pp. 31-37 Downloads
Jane N. O'Sullivan
INTER‐CITY BUS SERVICES IN CANADA – TIME FOR DEREGULATION pp. 38-42 Downloads
Vincent Geloso
SIR WALDRON SMITHERS AND THE LONG WALK TO FINCHLEY pp. 43-47 Downloads
Andrew Farrant and Nicola Tynan
PRICE EFFECTS OF SHOPPING HOURS REGULATION: EVIDENCE FROM GERMANY pp. 48-54 Downloads
Karthik Reddy
TRADE POLICY AND PROTECTIONISM IN ARGENTINA pp. 55-59 Downloads
Andres Gallo
COUNTERING THE ASSAULT ON CAPITALISM pp. 60-63 Downloads
Fred L. Smith, Jr.
KEYNES, KEYNESIANISM AND KRUGMAN pp. 64-67 Downloads
G. Steele
PROBLEMS OF PUBLIC HIGHER EDUCATION IN THE USA: CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES pp. 68-71 Downloads
William Murchison and Svetozar Pejovich
CREDIT DEFAULT SWAPS – WEAPON OF MASS DESTRUCTION OR RELIABLE INDICATOR? pp. 72-74 Downloads
Dennis Sebastian Klieber
LESSONS FOR TEMPERATURE LIMITS FROM THE US DEBT CEILING DEBATES pp. 75-77 Downloads
S. Niggol Seo
BANK RECAPITALISATION COULD ENDANGER THE ECONOMY pp. 78-78 Downloads
Tim Congdon
THE GLOBAL ECONOMY IN 2012 pp. 79-79 Downloads
Razeen Sally
THE UN AND THE PROFIT MOTIVE IN EDUCATION pp. 80-80 Downloads
James Stanfield
BRITAIN'S HIGH GREEN TAXES pp. 81-81 Downloads
Roger Bate
THE CALCULUS OF CONSENT AT 50 YEARS pp. 82-82 Downloads
John Meadowcroft
Von Neumann, Morgenstern, and The Creation of Game Theory: From Chess to Social Science, 1900–1960 – By Robert Leonard pp. 83-84 Downloads
Ralf M. Bader
Intellectuals and Society – By Thomas Sowell pp. 84-85 Downloads
Art Carden
All the Devils are Here: The Hidden History of the Financial Crisis – By Bethany McLean and Joe Nocera pp. 85-86 Downloads
William Luther
Freedom in the 50 States: An Index of Personal and Economic Freedom – By William P. Ruger and Jason Sorens pp. 85-85 Downloads
John Blundell
Democracy and the Fall of the West – By Craig Smith and Tom Miers pp. 86-87 Downloads
Alan Peacock
The Tragedy of the Euro – By Philipp Bagus pp. 88-89 Downloads
David Howden
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