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Volume 3, issue 4, 1996

USA schools: money counts New studies show that more resources can improve prospects pp. 194-198 Downloads
Sheila Murray
Relegate the leagues Data from performance tables is crude and often misleading pp. 199-203 Downloads
Harvey Goldstein
Education isn't everything Widening earnings gaps are as much the result of other policies pp. 204-208 Downloads
John Schmitt
A formula for chaos The funding mechanisms for schools do not promote stability pp. 209-213 Downloads
Michael Barrow
Staff room reports The challenge is to raise the effectiveness of the existing teachers pp. 214-218 Downloads
Richard Pearson and Stephen Morris
Private schools on parade Given selection and better funding, do independent schools deliver? pp. 219-224 Downloads
Josh Hillman
The right mixture Peer group effects matter so policy must limit ‘cream‐skimming’ pp. 225-229 Downloads
Donald Robertson and James Symons
EUROWATCH:Belgian ‘cream‐skimming’ More choice of school has led to problems pp. 230-234 Downloads
Vincent Vandenberghe
CONTROVERSY:Against the basic instinct Why basic income proposals will not do the job pp. 235-240 Downloads
Frederick (Rick) van der Ploeg and Lans Bovenberg
Bringing savings to account The savings‐growth link is uncertain, so spend the money elsewhere pp. 241-244 Downloads
Don Harding
Putting TESSA in the dock PEPs and TESSAs cost a lot but don't necessarily increase saving pp. 245-250 Downloads
James Banks
Water: our mutual friend? The privatised water companies are distrusted and change is needed pp. 251-254 Downloads
Gerald Holtham
Tuning in to long‐waves Changes in technology require new policy responses pp. 255-259 Downloads
Andrew Tylecote
BRIEFING:The social clause case Trade works better with minimum labour standards pp. 260-264 Downloads
Hugh Williamson

Volume 3, issue 3, 1996

Avoiding fiscal fudge More openness on fiscal policy would boost Labour's credibility pp. 128-132 Downloads
Simon Wren‐lewis
Creating jobs fast A million jobs could be created quickly and without excessive cost pp. 133-137 Downloads
Roger Berry, Michael Kitson and Jonathan Michie
Sterling work for Labour The pound will go too high if the City thinks Labour will join EMU pp. 138-142 Downloads
Sushil Wadhwani
New Labour, New Economy This journal has presented a wealth of fresh ideas for a new government pp. 143-149 Downloads
Will Hutton and Dan Corry
It's coming home To end seventeen years of hurt the key is investment and affordability pp. 150-153 Downloads
Peter Malpass
Paying for learning Post‐16 education funding must shift from provider to individual pp. 154-157 Downloads
David Robertson
Putting training on track Although ‘best practice’ requires it, many firms ignore training pp. 158-163 Downloads
Martyn Sloman
Accounting for investment The PSBR tells only half the story and is biased against public investment pp. 164-168 Downloads
Rosemary Radcliffe
Taking on the power players Break up the electricity duopoly and make Labour the party of competition pp. 169-173 Downloads
Gregory Palast
The myth of low inflation The experience of Japan shows that targeting inflation offers no guarantee of stability pp. 174-176 Downloads
James Forder
German welfare angst The welfare state is not killing the economy; but it does need intelligent reform pp. 177-181 Downloads
Raphael L'Hoest and Werner Schönig
Growth and the welfare state Is the welfare state necessarily bad for economic growth? pp. 182-186 Downloads
Anthony Atkinson
BRIEFING:A case for basic income The Dutch social security debate is hotting up pp. 187-191 Downloads
Jan Stroeken

Volume 3, issue 2, 1996

Get on with Europe pp. 67-67 Downloads
Dan Corry
The long road to EU unity pp. 68-72 Downloads
Mica Panic
Forcing the competition pp. 73-77 Downloads
Francis Mcgowan
Public services, single market pp. 78-82 Downloads
Lionel Monnier
Making EMU work pp. 83-88 Downloads
David Currie
Making the ‘euro’ palatable pp. 89-92 Downloads
Philip Arestis and Malcolm Sawyer
Don't delay enlargement pp. 93-96 Downloads
James Forder
EMU as job creator pp. 97-102 Downloads
Ray Barrell and Nigel Pain
Watching the Swiss pp. 103-106 Downloads
Beat Kappeler
Playing money games pp. 107-111 Downloads
David Cobham
Under‐valuing the earth pp. 112-117 Downloads
Graciela Chichilnisky
The radical social solution pp. 118-120 Downloads
James Robertson
Capital crimes pp. 121-125 Downloads
Ciaran Driver

Volume 3, issue 1, 1996

Finding the right question pp. 1-1 Downloads
Dan Corry and Randi Hawkins
The point of using GDP pp. 2-5 Downloads
Robert Lismer
Devising the new indicators pp. 6-9 Downloads
Hazll Henderson
Indicators to change policy pp. 10-14 Downloads
Gills Atkinson and David Pearce
GDP can't make you happy pp. 15-19 Downloads
Andrew Oswald
A picture of health? pp. 20-24 Downloads
Michael Robinson
Women's wellbeing at work pp. 25-28 Downloads
Andrew Clark
Sense of well‐being pp. 29-32 Downloads
Randi Hawkins, Jo Webb and Dan Corry
The Irish experiment pp. 33-38 Downloads
Rory O'Donnell and Colm O'Reardon
Life after economics? pp. 39-42 Downloads
Henry Neuburger
Subbing the night away pp. 43-47 Downloads
Celia Stanworth
Jobs and prices pp. 48-51 Downloads
Bryan Hopkin
The physics of unemployment pp. 52-56 Downloads
Rod Cross
The legacy of the natural rate pp. 57-59 Downloads
Ross Mackay
Uncompelling evidence pp. 60-65 Downloads
Dan Finn
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