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Volume 31, issue 10, 2011

EDITORIAL: THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF PROTECTIONISM pp. 2-3 Downloads
Stephen Davies
DO SUBSIDIES JUSTIFY RETALIATORY PROTECTIONISM? pp. 4-6 Downloads
Donald J. Boudreaux
THE NEW NEO‐MERCANTILISM: CURRENCY MANIPULATION AS A FORM OF PROTECTIONISM pp. 7-11 Downloads
Paul F. Cwik
WHY ARE TRADE BARRIERS SO LOW? pp. 12-17 Downloads
Christopher S. P. Magee
TRADE, MERCANTILISM AND NATION‐BUILDING pp. 18-22 Downloads
Stephen Davies
UK UNCUT UNRAVELLED pp. 23-27 Downloads
Tim Worstall
SCHOOLING FOR MONEY: SWEDISH EDUCATION REFORM AND THE ROLE OF THE PROFIT MOTIVE pp. 28-35 Downloads
Gabriel Heller-Sahlgren
TOWARDS SOUND MONETARY INSTITUTIONS pp. 36-40 Downloads
Dalibor Roháč
CAPITALISM, SOCIALISM AND CALCULATION pp. 41-45 Downloads
Brent Butgereit and Art Carden
PUBLIC CHOICE THEORY AND HOUSE OF LORDS REFORM pp. 46-48 Downloads
Stephen Michael MacLean
THE BISHOP OF BRENTWOOD, MIGRANTS, THE MARKET AND THE PURSUIT OF GAIN pp. 49-50 Downloads
Philip Booth
WAR AND LIBERTY: WISDOM FROM LEONARD E. READ AND F. A. ‘BALDY’ HARPER pp. 51-53 Downloads
Christopher Coyne and Nicholas Snow
IN PRAISE OF IDEOLOGICAL OPENNESS pp. 54-55 Downloads
Daniel Klein
AN ALTERNATIVE STRATEGIC DEFENCE AND SECURITY REVIEW: RECONSTITUTING A SHRINKING FORCE pp. 56-59 Downloads
Edward Longinotti
US FISCAL STIMULUS HAS FAILED pp. 60-60 Downloads
Tim Congdon
LIBERTY OUTSIDE THE WEST pp. 61-61 Downloads
Razeen Sally
IMPACT INVESTMENT IN EDUCATION pp. 62-62 Downloads
James Stanfield
EU GETS A TASTE OF ITS OWN MEDICINE pp. 63-63 Downloads
Roger Bate
ACCOUNTABLE AND RESPONSIVE GOVERNMENT: THE VALUE OF EARMARKED TAXATION pp. 64-64 Downloads
John Meadowcroft
Robust Political Economy: Classical Liberalism and the Future of Public Policy – By Mark Pennington pp. 65-66 Downloads
Ralf M. Bader
Triumph of the City: How Our Greatest Invention Makes Us Richer, Smarter, Greener, Healthier, and Happier – By Edward L. Glaeser pp. 66-67 Downloads
Emily B. Washington
The Rise and Fall of Great Companies: Courtaulds and the Reshaping of the Man‐Made Fibres Industry – By Geoffrey Owen pp. 67-68 Downloads
Steven Toms
To Serve God and Wal‐Mart: The Making of Christian Free Enterprise – By Bethany Moreton pp. 68-70 Downloads
Art Carden
Finance at the Threshold: Rethinking the Real and Financial Economies – By Christopher Houghton Budd pp. 70-71 Downloads
Arthur Edwards

Volume 31, issue 09, 2011

Oxfam, Malthus and the Worst Prediction in Economic History pp. 1-1 Downloads
Stephen Davies
UK Uncut Unravelled pp. 2-3 Downloads
Tim Worstall
The New Paternalism: Unravelling ‘Nudge’ pp. 4-4 Downloads
Glen Whitman

Volume 31, issue 06, 2011

Does the Market Need to Be Made Social? pp. 1-1
Gisela Stuart
EDITORIAL: ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY — PRIVATE CHOICE OR PUBLIC CHOICE? pp. 2-3
Richard Wellings
The Economic (and Moral) Case Against Capping Directors' Remuneration pp. 2-3
Stephen Copp
Banking Reform – Making Banks Pay for Their Mistakes pp. 4-4
Andrew Lilico
CLIMATE POLITICS, STRATEGIC BEHAVIOUR, HOLD‐OUTS, FREE RIDERS AND RENT‐SEEKERS pp. 4-9
Gordon L. Brady
COPENHAGEN, CANCÚN AND THE LIMITS OF GLOBAL WELFARE ECONOMICS pp. 10-16
David Campbell and Matthias Klaes
COMMUNITY CONSERVATION IN NAMIBIA: EMPOWERING THE POOR WITH PROPERTY RIGHTS pp. 17-24
Karol Boudreaux and Fred Nelson
THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE FOREST RIGHTS ACT IN INDIA: CRITICAL ISSUES pp. 25-29
Debnarayan Sarker
CHARTERS, PARTNERSHIPS AND NATURAL RESOURCES: TWO CASES OF ENDOGENOUS REGULATION IN ITALY pp. 30-35
Claudio Tagliapietra
HOW DID PAUL KRUGMAN GET IT SO WRONG?-super-1 pp. 36-40
John Cochrane
COMMODITY MARKET REGULATION AFTER FINANCIAL CRISIS: A COMPARATIVE APPROACH pp. 41-46
Renee E. Pirrong
THE PORTUGUESE MALAISE: STRUCTURAL CAUSES OF THE CRISIS AND LESSONS FOR THE EUROZONE pp. 47-52
André Azevedo Alves
THE EU/IMF RESCUE PROGRAMME FOR IRELAND: 2010–13 pp. 53-57
Sean D. Barrett
CONTROL POLICIES TO COMBAT THE HEALTH RISKS FROM SMOKING AND PASSIVE SMOKING-super-1 pp. 58-62
Jeannie Cameron, Barrie M. Craven and Michael Marlow
FINANCIAL GLOBALISATION: PAST AND PRESENT pp. 63-67
Dilip K. Das
INNOVATION, COMPETITION AND ANTITRUST: AN EXAMINATION OF THE INTEL CASE pp. 68-75
Luca Mazzone and Alberto Mingardi
ECONOMIC RECESSIONS, BANKING REFORM AND THE FUTURE OF CAPITALISM-super-1 pp. 76-84
Jesús Huerta de Soto
EUROPE – HOW CAN THINGS GET BETTER? pp. 85-87
Charlie McCreevy
COMMENT ON THE 2010 WINCOTT LECTURE, ‘EUROPE: HOW CAN THINGS GET BETTER?’ pp. 88-89
Roland Vaubel
ON THE DELIBERATE CENTRALITY OF AN INVISIBLE HAND: REPLY TO GAVIN KENNEDY, RYAN HANLEY AND CRAIG SMITH pp. 90-92
Daniel Klein and Brandon Lucas
FEMALE ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN EARLY ISLAM pp. 93-95
Benedikt Koehler
AGAINST LEVIATHAN: A REVIEW OF CLASSICAL LIBERALISM IN THE 21ST CENTURY: ESSAYS IN HONOUR OF NORMAN P. BARRY-super-1 pp. 96-97
Dennis O'Keeffe
CONTEMPORARY PHILOSOPHICAL SUPPORT FOR HAYEKIAN LIMITS TO ECONOMIC MODELLING pp. 98-101
Bryan A. Williamson
NAÏVE ATTACKS ON QUANTITATIVE EASING SHOULD BE IGNORED pp. 102-102
Tim Congdon
CHINA IN THE BIG THREE pp. 103-103
Razeen Sally
RICHARD COBDEN ON EDUCATION pp. 104-104
James Stanfield
ARE DRUGS MADE IN EMERGING MARKETS GOOD QUALITY? pp. 105-105
Roger Bate
MUST GOVERNMENT FEAR THE BOOM AND BUST? pp. 106-106
John Meadowcroft
Political Philosophy, Clearly: Essays on Freedom and Fairness, Property and Equalities – By Anthony de Jasay pp. 107-108
Aschwin de Wolf
Death of a Pirate: British Radio and the Making of the Information Age – By Adrian Johns pp. 108-109
John Blundell
Edmund Burke – By Dennis O'Keeffe pp. 109-111
Rodney Atkinson

Volume 31, issue 03, 2011

Note from the Editor pp. 0-0
Steve Davies
Selling the Right to Immigrate pp. 1-1
Gary Becker
EDITORIAL: GAMBLING, THE STATE AND THE MARKET pp. 2-3
Chris Brady
The Euro Crisis Is Not Over! pp. 2-3
Holger Zemanek
Should We Sacrifice Economic Growth for Equality? pp. 4-4
Chris Snowdon
PROMETHEUS BOUND: RELEASING THE CHAINS ON PARI‐MUTUEL GAMBLING pp. 4-8
Brian Sturgess
THE SOCIAL BENEFITS OF GAMBLING pp. 9-13
Patrick Basham and John Luik
IT IS TIME TO RECONSIDER UK GAMBLING POLICY pp. 14-19
Gary Loveman
THE POLITICS OF CASINO GAMBLING pp. 20-26
Marc W. Etches
AFTER THE GREAT RECESSION: THE FUTURE OF CASINO GAMING IN AMERICA AND EUROPE pp. 27-33
William Eadington
GAMBLING AND REGULATION: WHY THERE IS NOTHING TO FEAR FROM LIBERALISATION pp. 34-37
Mark Littlewood
THE ROOTS OF MODERN ‘SOCIAL COST OF GAMBLING’ ESTIMATES pp. 38-42
Douglas Walker and Shannon M. Kelly
IN A WORD OR TWO, PLACED IN THE MIDDLE: THE INVISIBLE HAND IN SMITH'S TOMES pp. 43-52
Daniel Klein and Brandon Lucas
ADAM SMITH AND THE ROLE OF THE METAPHOR OF AN INVISIBLE HAND pp. 53-57
Gavin Kennedy
A COMMENT ON THE CENTRALITY OF THE INVISIBLE HAND pp. 58-59
Craig Smith
A COMMENT ON THE CENTRALITY OF THE INVISIBLE HAND pp. 60-61
Ryan Hanley
MILTON FRIEDMAN ON THE INEFFECTIVENESS OF FISCAL POLICY pp. 62-65
Tim Congdon
INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION: A CASE AGAINST BUILDING EVER‐HIGHER FENCES pp. 66-72
Piotr Zientara
USING WEB 2.0 TO SHARE KNOWLEDGE OF CONSTRUCTION SAFETY: THE FABLE OF ECONOMIC ANIMALS pp. 73-79
Rita Yi Man Li and Sun Wah Poon
AN ANALYSIS OF THE WELFARE CUTS IN THE COMPREHENSIVE SPENDING REVIEW AND THE BUDGET 2010 pp. 80-85
Kristian Niemietz
RESPONSIBILITY AND CAPABILITY pp. 86-89
Peter King
THE IMPOSSIBILITY OF THE ‘LADDER OF INVESTMENT’ APPROACH TO REGULATION pp. 90-95
Fernando Herrera‐González and Luis Castejón‐Martín
TOBACCO DISPLAY BANS: A GLOBAL FAILURE pp. 96-102
Patrick Basham and John Luik
LACK OF RIGOUR IN DEFENDING FAIRTRADE: A REJOINDER TO ALISTAIR SMITH pp. 103-104
Peter Griffiths
WHEN PATERNALISM MEETS BOGUS ECONOMICS: THE NEW ECONOMICS FOUNDATION'S 21 HOURS REPORT pp. 105-108
Kristian Niemietz
THE ECONOMIST MOHAMMED IBN ABDULLAH (570–632) pp. 109-111
Benedikt Koehler
DEVELOPING A NEW PARADIGM FOR UK FOREIGN AID pp. 112-114
Thomas Fisher
BROADCASTING LICENCE FEE SETTLEMENTS IN THE UK AND GERMANY pp. 115-117
Christian Potschka
ARE OFFICIAL POVERTY STATISTICS NECESSARY? pp. 118-120
Kristian Niemietz
RESERVATIONS ABOUT THE ‘NUDGE’ PHILOSOPHY-super-1 pp. 121-122
Philip Booth
BRITAIN TOO SANGUINE ON MINIMUM WAGE pp. 123-126
Karthik Reddy
THE CASE FOR A COMMUNITY TRANSACTION ENGINE: GETTING COASE FOR THE TWENTY‐FIRST CENTURY pp. 127-130
Wingham Rowan
DEVELOPMENT THROUGH FAIR TRADE: CANDOUR OR DECEPTION? pp. 131-134
Paul Stoddart
‘MONEY PRINTING’ IN THE MODERN BANKING SYSTEM pp. 135-135
Tim Congdon
TWENTY‐FIRST‐CENTURY ILLIBERALISM AND THE CRISIS pp. 136-136
Razeen Sally
HIGHER EDUCATION AND GOVERNMENT SUBSIDIES pp. 137-137
James Stanfield
AID AGENCIES TURNING A BLIND EYE TO STOLEN DRUGS pp. 138-138
Roger Bate
THE COALITION: PLUS ÇA CHANGE pp. 139-139
John Meadowcroft
Jimmy Stewart is Dead: Ending the World's Ongoing Financial Plague with Limited Purpose Banking – By Laurence J. Kotlikoff pp. 140-141
William Luther
The Trouble with Markets: Saving Capitalism from Itself – By Roger Bootle pp. 141-142
Dan Osborne
The Battle: How the Fight Between Free Enterprise and Big Government Will Shape America's Future – By Arthur C. Brooks pp. 141-141
John Blundell
Follow the Money – By David McWilliams pp. 142-143
Brian Gerard Canny and David Howden
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