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Volume 1, issue 4, 1994

Neutering speculation pp. 191-191 Downloads
Dan Corry
Market dual: jobs vs currency 192–196: Toughening up on speculation would help boost employment pp. 192-196 Downloads
Andrew Glyn
Speculative benefits Why the currency traders are the enemy of bad policy, not good pp. 197-201 Downloads
Peter Warburton
Kicking the currency habit: Forget the currency's value, it's the quality of our products that counts pp. 202-206 Downloads
Kevin Gardiner
Reviving Bretton Woods: Social democracy needs a new international exchange rate regime pp. 207-212 Downloads
Will Hutton
The single solution: As European capital funds soar the case for a single currency emerges pp. 213-217 Downloads
Graham Bishop
Labour's rate crisis: Most analysts agree that if Labour wins power there will be a currency ‘crisis’. So what can be done? pp. 218-225 Downloads
Rebecca Driver, Jonathan Ireland and Simon Wren‐lewis
Consuming passions: Over‐consumption is giving Britain indigestion pp. 226-230 Downloads
Andrew Sentance
Lost your voice?: Collective bargaining is going. Are its replacements better or worse pp. 231-237 Downloads
Sue Fernie, David Metcalf and Stephen Woodland
Pensioned off gracefully?: For efficiency and social justice we must get our pension system right pp. 238-243 Downloads
John Plender
Hidden treasures: Spain's unemployment rate is one of the highest in Europe. But it hasn't led to social unrest, why? pp. 244-248 Downloads
Francisco Fernandez Marugan
Derivatives problems: While Derivatives can cause trouble, if regulated properly they have a positive role to play pp. 249-253 Downloads
Alistair Hudson

Volume 1, issue 3, 1994

Avoiding boom‐bust pp. 129-129 Downloads
Dan Corry
Inflation down‐but will it last?: The beast may be wounded but who is to say it will not recover pp. 130-134 Downloads
Penelope A Rowlatt
Will low skills kill recovery?: Britain's recovery could be in trouble owing to a lack of skilled workers pp. 135-139 Downloads
Jonathan Haskel and Christopher Martin
Why we have a business cycle: A socialist alternative to Keynes's investment‐accelerator model pp. 140-145 Downloads
Andrew Trigg
A world crying out for direction: Co‐ordination failure in the global economy is costing everyone dear pp. 146-150 Downloads
John Eatwell
Rules of engagement: Instability can be reduced but only if credibility is achieved through the use of ‘simple rules’ pp. 151-158 Downloads
Rebecca Driver and Simon Wren‐lewis
Women need the work: Why women part‐timers must not be branded as stealing full‐time work from men pp. 159-162 Downloads
Matilda Quiney
Springing the poverty trap: The current benefit system contains too many disincentives pp. 163-167 Downloads
Robert Walker
The National Health Market: Unless we tackle the doctors, health reforms will fail to deliver pp. 168-172 Downloads
Alan Maynard
The trappings of office: The traditional workplace is out‐moded and ripe for radical change pp. 173-176 Downloads
Bruce Lloyd
Getting Sweden on track: Diagnosing the ills of Sweden's once booming economy and finding a fitting prescription pp. 177-180 Downloads
Kristina Persson and Knut Rexed
Folies a gauche: The Socialists' recent drubbing in France can be traced back to a misreading of the Mitterrand experiment pp. 181-184 Downloads
Serge Hlimi and Jonathan Michie
Not very productive: Did the 1980s really make British Manufacturing and productivity much more efficient? pp. 185-189 Downloads
John Wells

Volume 1, issue 2, 1994

Deregulating too far pp. 67-67 Downloads
Dan Corry
Labour market woes: Deregulation of the labour market has ignored the long‐term pp. 68-73 Downloads
Ken Mayhew
Privatisation: profit and loss: Many people gained from UK privatisation; but many also lost pp. 74-78 Downloads
Jonathan Haskel
Deregulation in the classroom: Parents have more ‘choice’ over schools: how have they reacted? pp. 79-82 Downloads
Miriam David
The case for corporatism: Despite the calls for deregulation: corporatism is still an essential tool pp. 83-88 Downloads
Andrew Henley
CCT: a clean solution?: Compulsory tendering may save local government, not destroy it pp. 89-94 Downloads
Stefan Szymanski
Controlling credit: The macroeconomic consequences of reversing financial liberalisation pp. 95-100 Downloads
Julia Dabry, Rebecca Driver, John Ireland and Simon Wren‐lewis
Making democracy work> Democracy for south Africa will not be best sered by a free market policy, argues Jonathan Michie pp. 101-103 Downloads
Jonathan Michie
Speculators' tax: International policy coorcdination and national monetary autonomy‐why both are needed and how a trasaction tax would help pp. 104-109 Downloads
James Tobin
Capitalism in Eastern Europe: New concept of development are needed in the new Europe LAGSZLCA ANDOR pp. 110-115 Downloads
Laszlo Andor
Benefits to members?: The Greek experience identifis the limitations of EU membership when a country doesn't fit the mould pp. 116-121 Downloads
Haris Samatopoulos
Green approaches: Taxes, not neew laws, are the best way to achieve environmental aims without hurting the economy pp. 122-127 Downloads
Giles Atkinson and Richard Dubourg

Volume 1, issue 1, 1994

Slaying the beast pp. 1-1 Downloads
Dan Corry
Do we really need it? pp. 2-6 Downloads
Malcolm Sawyer
Priced Out of work? pp. 7-12 Downloads
David Blackaby and Lester Hunt
Share and share alike pp. 13-19 Downloads
Paul Gregg
Jobs in the USA pp. 20-24 Downloads
Richard Freeman
The terrible waste pp. 25-27 Downloads
Jonathan Wadsworth
Jobs without inflation pp. 28-35 Downloads
Rebecca Driver and Simon Wren‐lewis
The war of independence pp. 36-39 Downloads
Gerald Holtham
Secure, strong and flexible pp. 40-44 Downloads
David Lea and Peter Morris
Rates of uncertainty pp. 45-50 Downloads
Kate Barker
Success or just survival? pp. 51-56 Downloads
Trevor Jones, David Mcevoy and Giles Barrett
Do institutions matter? pp. 57-61 Downloads
Markus Marterbauer
The scale of injustice pp. 62-65 Downloads
Karen Gardener
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