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Volume 4, issue 4, 1997

Whistle blows for full time pp. 201-201 Downloads
Dan Corry
The city's match of the day: Several lessons can be learned from the way football shares are traded pp. 202-206 Downloads
Stephen Morrow
Football on the box: More TV offers big opportunities but will lead to changes in league power pp. 207-211 Downloads
Tim Kuypers
Beaten in the race for the ball: Black footballers get paid less than they are worth, and football suffers pp. 212-217 Downloads
Stefan Szymanski
Will the Dome disappoint?: Large flagship projects only help urban regeneration as part of a bigger strategy pp. 218-221 Downloads
Mark Kleinman
Regenerating partnerships: Local public‐private partnerships must change to spur economic regeneration pp. 222-225 Downloads
Andrew Culson
Tuning into the third sector: The social economy can get at things neither the private nor public sector can pp. 226-229 Downloads
Alistair Grimes
Under the ‘micro’‐scope: Local research helps get at the real issues that central policy makers miss pp. 230-234 Downloads
Alice Sampson
New welfare or just expensive fare?: Private options may be unfair and inefficient pp. 235-240 Downloads
Tania Burchardt
Swelling the union: The UK's EU presidency should push enlargement pp. 241-247 Downloads
Paul Hare
Flexible participation: Worker involvement is needed but in the context of flexible arrangements pp. 248-252 Downloads
John Stirling
Rule‐based regulation: Regulation is still required but has to become more intelligent in the future pp. 253-257 Downloads
Joseph Nellis and Stephen Regan
Co‐op utilities, US style: The American system can give us useful lessons on how to regulate water pp. 258-261 Downloads
Lawrence Morse
Taxing the EU back to work: US experience suggests tax reform cannot cure European unemployment pp. 262-267 Downloads
Max Sawicky

Volume 4, issue 3, 1997

Co‐operate or compete? pp. 137-137 Downloads
Jonathan Michie
Lessons from the Tory experiment pp. 138-141 Downloads
Sue Richards
Can use of the PFI be healthy? pp. 142-146 Downloads
Peter Cutler
Beyond simple NHS models pp. 147-151 Downloads
Gareth Williams and Rob Flynn
Managers on the high wire pp. 152-154 Downloads
Peter Buckley
What makes markets work? pp. 155-158 Downloads
Simon Deakin and Frank Wilkinson
Gaining from outsourcing pp. 159-163 Downloads
Simon Domberger and Paul Jensen
Who ends up paying the fare? pp. 164-166 Downloads
David Kennedy
Choppy waves on air and sea pp. 167-172 Downloads
Peter Nolan, Richard Saundary and Malcolm Sawyer
Never go in pp. 173-176 Downloads
Brian Burkitt
Join ‐ but not yet pp. 177-181 Downloads
Sam Aaronavitch and John Grahl
Can the IMF be rescued? pp. 182-187 Downloads
Graham Bird
Spanish family values pp. 188-192 Downloads
Andy Robinson
The benefits of costing pp. 193-199 Downloads
Christopher Nash

Volume 4, issue 2, 1997

Rebuilding social cohesion pp. 67-67 Downloads
Dan Corry
Creating jobs for youth pp. 68-73 Downloads
David Blanchflower and Richard Freeman
No escape from tax pp. 74-77 Downloads
Andrew Glyn
Sustainable public debt pp. 78-82 Downloads
Nigel Pain, Martin Weale and Garry Young
Stopping crime spreading pp. 83-88 Downloads
Paul Ormerod
Means testing flaws pp. 89-94 Downloads
Martin Evans
Putting rail back on track pp. 95-101 Downloads
John Siraut
Can we deal with differentials? pp. 102-106 Downloads
Jonathan Haskel
The knowledge revolution pp. 107-111 Downloads
Graciela Chichilnisky
Is profit‐sharing the answer? pp. 112-116 Downloads
Andrew Robinson and Virginie Perotin
Regulating for fairness pp. 117-122 Downloads
Catherine Waddams Price
Greening the law pp. 123-126 Downloads
Anthony Heyes
Walk: don't drive pp. 127-130 Downloads
Amanda Root
High tech ‐ high risk? pp. 131-135 Downloads
Stuart Reid and Elizabeth Garnsey

Volume 4, issue 1, 1997

No uncertainty on policy pp. 1-1 Downloads
Dan Corry
Governments & growth pp. 2-6 Downloads
Rick van Derploeg
Moving in and out of poverty pp. 7-11 Downloads
Paul Johnson
Working with the big guys pp. 12-16 Downloads
Grazia Ietto‐gillies
Reeling In The Transnationals pp. 17-21 Downloads
Christian Bellak
Finding A New Role For The State pp. 22-25 Downloads
Meghnad Desai
The Money Game pp. 26-29 Downloads
Andrew Caplin and John Leahy
Local Developments pp. 30-33 Downloads
Mike Campbell
Looking After The Workers pp. 34-37 Downloads
Robert Taylor
The Big Pensions Lie pp. 38-44 Downloads
Malcolm Crawford
Playing It Safer At Work pp. 45-49 Downloads
Nick Adnett
EU: an attractive investment pp. 50-54 Downloads
Ray Barrels and Nigel Pain
Will Germany buy EMU? pp. 55-60 Downloads
Ole Rummel and Alfred Steinherr
Paying for training pp. 61-65 Downloads
Len Shackleton and Siobhaw Walsh
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