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Volume 11, issue 4, 2004

Choice: Rhetoric and Reality pp. 189-194 Downloads
Deborah Roche
Payment by Results pp. 195-200 Downloads
John Appleby and Renu Jobanputra
The Future is Public Health pp. 201-206 Downloads
David J Hunter
Too Much of a Good Thing? pp. 207-212 Downloads
Rudolph Klein
Still the Poor Relation? pp. 213-216 Downloads
Jennifer Rankin
Reforming 14-19 Learning pp. 217-223 Downloads
Ann Hodgson and Ken Spours
Personalised Learning pp. 224-228 Downloads
Martin Johnson
3 Steps Forward, 2 Steps Back pp. 229-235 Downloads
Tim Gosling
The US Budget Deficit pp. 236-242 Downloads
William Gale and Peter Orszag
The US Current Account Deficit pp. 243-248 Downloads
Christian Weller

Volume 11, issue 3, 2004

A New Deal for Africa pp. 125-126 Downloads
David Mepham and James Lorge
The challenges of 2005 pp. 127-131 Downloads
Gordon Brown
The capable state pp. 132-137 Downloads
Amoako Ky
The state of the African state pp. 138-143 Downloads
Richard Dowden
Africa's wars pp. 144-147 Downloads
Stephen Ellis
Arms and conflict in Africa pp. 148-152 Downloads
David Mepham and Andy McLean
Peace and justice in Africa pp. 153-157 Downloads
Bronwen Manby and Chidi Odinkalu
Rethinking aid pp. 158-163 Downloads
Alex de Waal
HIV/AIDS in Africa pp. 164-169 Downloads
Alvaro Bermejo
Food security in Africa pp. 170-173 Downloads
Anna Kajumulo Tibaijuka
Natural resources - curse or blessing? pp. 174-177 Downloads
Vanessa Herringshaw
Africa's governance audit pp. 178-180 Downloads
Monica K. Juma
The African Court pp. 181-183 Downloads
Godfrey Byaruhanga
Press freedom in Africa pp. 184-186 Downloads
Kwame Karikari

Volume 11, issue 2, 2004

All Politics is Local pp. 63-64 Downloads
Richard Brooks
Taxing Times pp. 65-71 Downloads
Dan Corry
Power with Responsibility pp. 72-77 Downloads
Mike Heiser
Taxing Property pp. 78-83 Downloads
John Fender
Local Political Management pp. 84-89 Downloads
Francesca Gains, Stephen Greasley and Gerry Stoker
Labour's Local Record pp. 90-94 Downloads
Tony Travers
Stand and Deliver pp. 95-101 Downloads
Andrew Collinge and Ben Page
Neighbourhood Governance pp. 102-105 Downloads
Bob Kerslake
Neighbourhood and Community pp. 106-113 Downloads
Robert Sampson
The Rise of the Public pp. 114-119 Downloads
Ben Rogers
Poverty: The Facts (5th Edition) pp. 120-124 Downloads
Liane Lohde and Will Paxton

Volume 11, issue 1, 2004

Comment: London & The South East pp. 1-2 Downloads
Richard Brooks
Child poverty in the capital pp. 3-14 Downloads
Declan Gaffney
The Thames Gateway paradox pp. 15-20 Downloads
Michael Keith
Independent minded: The politics of London governance pp. 21-24 Downloads
John Curtice
Feeding the golden goose: Transport investment is needed, but who pays? pp. 25-30 Downloads
Bridget Rosewell
Could do even better: A city-wide strategy could tackle the challenges of London schools pp. 31-34 Downloads
Martin Johnson
Creating an Olympic legacy pp. 35-39 Downloads
Anthony Vigor
A disjointed dynamo: The Greater South East and inter-regional relationships pp. 40-44 Downloads
Ian Gordon
Tackling regional disparity pp. 45-49 Downloads
John Adams
Driving towards sustainability: Congestion charging and the South East pp. 50-56 Downloads
Julie Foley
Danger zone: Action needed now to avert environmental crisis in the South East pp. 57-62 Downloads
Nick Berry

Volume 10, issue 4, 2003

Comment: Social Mobility pp. 187-188 Downloads
Wendy Piatt
The facts about social mobility pp. 189-193 Downloads
Stephen Aldridge
A lesson for education: University expansion and falling income mobility pp. 194-198 Downloads
Stephen Machin and Paul Gregg
Mobility and ethnic minorities pp. 199-204 Downloads
Anthony Heath and Shawna Smith
The inequality-mobility paradox: The lack of correlation between social mobility and equality pp. 205-207 Downloads
Mike Hout
Seizing the opportunity: The influence of preferences and aspirations on social immobility pp. 208-212 Downloads
Adam Swift
Not just the early years: The need for a developmental perspective for equality of opportunity pp. 213-218 Downloads
Leon Feinstein
Autonomy for all? On the case for an inclusive assets policy pp. 219-223 Downloads
Stuart White
Opportunity for all: Targeting disadvantage through personalised learning pp. 224-229 Downloads
David Miliband
Learning by example? Replicating the success of exceptional schools is no simple task pp. 230-233 Downloads
Harry Brighouse
The myth of education-based meritocracy pp. 234-239 Downloads
John Goldthorpe
Integration in an age of choice pp. 240-244 Downloads
Stephen Gorard
Promoting a pro-education culture pp. 245-248 Downloads
Neil McIntosh

Volume 10, issue 3, 2003

Beyond Kyoto pp. 125-127 Downloads
Tony Grayling
What happens after Kyoto? More of the same - or 'contraction & convergence' pp. 128-139 Downloads
James Cameron and Alex Evans
An energetic welcome: The UK energy challenge pp. 140-143 Downloads
Sir Tom Blundell
A question of probability: Latest research identifies new factors in climate change pp. 144-149 Downloads
Geoff Jenkins
Seeds of change in the US: Public opinion ahead of politicians on climate change pp. 150-154 Downloads
Thomas L Brewer
A stitch in time: UK action to tackle climate change pp. 155-160 Downloads
Margaret Beckett
Rough weather relationships: Rich and poor countries need to start taking climate change seriously pp. 161-165 Downloads
Anju Sharma
Investing in alternatives: Alternative fuels need a government kickstart pp. 166-171 Downloads
David Hone
Is the sky the limit? Aviation and climate change pp. 172-175 Downloads
Tony Grayling
Facing the new dawn: The EU Greenhouse Gas Emissions Trading Directive and UK climate policy pp. 176-180 Downloads
Bryony Worthington
Viral spiral? Contagion, interdependence and fundamentals in Latin America pp. 181-186 Downloads
Graham Bird and Alex (Alexandros) Mandilaras

Volume 10, issue 2, 2003

Choosing the Rate pp. 66-72 Downloads
Ray Barrell and Martin Weale
Changing the Rules pp. 73-78 Downloads
Simon Wren-Lewis
Proceed With Caution pp. 79-84 Downloads
Nigel Pain
How Not to Win a Referendum pp. 85-90 Downloads
Matthew Taylor
Burning Bridges pp. 91-94 Downloads
Alasdair Murray
Why Bigger is Better pp. 95-100 Downloads
Peter Hain
The Importance of EU Reform pp. 101-106 Downloads
Katinka Barysch and Daniel Keohane
The Case For Currency Freedom pp. 107-112 Downloads
Samuel Brittan
It's Not Just the Economics, Stupid pp. 113-118 Downloads
John Curtice
The View From the Boardroom pp. 119-124 Downloads
Stephen Radley

Volume 10, issue 1, 2003

A New Economic Consensus? pp. 1-2 Downloads
Peter Robinson
Which Capitalism? pp. 3-9 Downloads
John Plender
Education and Growth pp. 10-15 Downloads
Alison Wolf
Running the Utilities pp. 16-20 Downloads
Dan Corry
Public Interest Companies pp. 21-27 Downloads
Paul Maltby
Sustainable Development pp. 28-33 Downloads
Jonathan Porritt
The Limits of Consensus pp. 34-39 Downloads
Michael Howard
Race equality pp. 40-43 Downloads
Debbie Gupta
Supporting bottom--up innovation: The school--to--school market pp. 44-49 Downloads
Joe Hallgarten
Employment, support and security: Balancing the needs of disabled people pp. 50-55 Downloads
Robert Walker
Work for disabled people pp. 56-61 Downloads
Sue Regan and Kate Stanley
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