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Scottish Journal of Political Economy

1954 - 2023

Current editor(s): Tim Barmby, Andrew Hughes-Hallett and Campbell Leith

From Scottish Economic Society
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Volume 37, issue 4, 1990

Growth, Externalities and Taxation pp. 305-26
David M Newbery
The Unemployment-Vacancy Relation in the UK pp. 327-42
D R Jones and D N Manning
Portfolio Behaviour and Asset Pricing in a Characteristics Framework pp. 343-59
David Blake
Two Levels of Hedonistic Influence on Microeconomic Theory pp. 360-78
Stavros Drakopoulos
Factor Demand in Perfect Competition: An Expository Note pp. 379-85
Michael Sumner
Some Deficiencies Often Found in the Textbook Analysis of the Monopolist Discriminating between Two Markets pp. 386-95
G V Reed and J M Bates
Optimum Trade Intervention in a Labour-Surplus Economy pp. 396-404
Hamid Beladi, Basudeb Biswas and Gopal Tribedy
The Relative Performance of Macroeconomic Policies under Alternative Exchange Rates with Wage Indexation and Rational Expectations: The Fleming Proposition Revisited pp. 405-15
Ching-chong Lai and Wen-Ya Chang
The Making of Keynesian Theory: Review Article pp. 416-20
Thomas S Torrance

Volume 37, issue 3, 1990

Decline and Restructuring in the UK Motor Vehicle Components Industry pp. 209-40
Ash Amin and Ian Smith
Modelling Risk in the Interwar Foreign Exchange Market pp. 241-58
Patricia Fraser and Mark Taylor
Employment Change, Profits and Directors' Remuneration in Small and Closely-Held UK Companies pp. 259-74
Robert Watson
John Rae: Ugly Duckling or Black Swan? pp. 275-87
Douglas Mair
The Intelligent Radical on Economic Policy: An Essay on the Work of James Edward Meade pp. 288-98
Sir David Greenaway

Volume 37, issue 2, 1990

The Economics of Imitation pp. 113-44
Peter Sinclair
The Shaping of Political Economy in the Enlightenment pp. 145-65
Andrew S Skinner
Monetary Targets, Buffer Stock Money and Money Market Dynamics pp. 166-83
Vito Muscatelli
Sector Specific Minimum Wages and the Theory of Customs Unions pp. 184-92
Hamid Beladi and Subarna Samanta
A Note on Else's Treatment of Quality and Public Goods pp. 193-96
Stephen Shmanske
Problem-Solving Institutions: Review Article pp. 197-201
Brian Loasby

Volume 37, issue 1, 1990

Marshall: The Principles Centenary: Guest Editor's Introduction pp. 2-4
D P O'Brien
Jevons, Marshall and the Utilitarian Tradition pp. 5-17
R D Collison Black
Marshall and Edgeworth pp. 18-39
John Creedy
Teaching Economics at Cambridge at the Turn of the Century: Alfred Marshall as Lecturer in Political Economy pp. 40-60
Peter Groenewegen
Marshall's Industrial Analysis pp. 61-84
D P O'Brien
The Relative Performance of Macroeconomic Policies under Alternative Exchange Rates with Wage Indexation and Rational Expectations: The Fleming Proposition Revisited pp. 85-95
Ching-chong Lai and Wen ya Chang
Did Central Banks Evolve Naturally? A Review Essay of Charles Goodhart's The Evolution of Central Banks pp. 97-104
Kevin Dowd

Volume 36, issue 4, 1989

A Simple General Equilibrium Analysis of the Relationship between Real Tax Revenue and the Tax Rate pp. 321-33
Bruce Bender
Growth and Profitability in the Leeds Engineering Sector pp. 334-52
Stephen Dobson and Bill J Gerrard
Disaggregated Labour Demand: Some Empirical Evidence pp. 353-65
Hilary Ingham
Rent Seeking, Conflict and Property Rights pp. 366-74
Antony Dnes
Modelling Supermarket Store Locations pp. 375-84
Ian Molho and Michael Waterson
The Employment and Hours Effects of a Marginal Employment Subsidy pp. 385-95
Robert Hart
Marshall's Rules for Derived Demand: A Critique and a Generalisation pp. 396-405
James Pemberton

Volume 36, issue 3, 1989

Wealth Allocation, Capital Gains and Private Expenditure in the UK pp. 209-37
Hassan Molana
Vector Autoregressive Tests of Uncovered Interest Rate Parity with Allowance for Conditional Heteroscedasticity pp. 238-52
Mark Taylor
Time Inconsistency and the Theory of Second Best pp. 253-65
Brian Hillier
Whewell's "Translation" of J. S. Mill pp. 266-81
John Creedy
"Marginal" Groups in the Labour Force Survey pp. 282-300
Bernard Casey and Stephen Creigh
The Physiocratic Theory of Tax Incidence pp. 301-10
Lefteris Tsoulfidis
Technological Change and Economic Theory: Review Article pp. 311-14
Janet Laughlan

Volume 36, issue 2, 1989

The "Twin-Pillar" Approach to Social Insurance in the UK pp. 113-24
John Creedy and Richard Disney
Price Expectations and Equilibrium When the Interest Rate Is Pegged pp. 125-40
Allin Cottrell
Output-Flexibility and Diverse Technology pp. 141-59
Gerald Aranoff
Wages, Unions, the Youth Training Scheme and the Young Workers Scheme pp. 160-82
Gillian Hutchinson and Andrew Church
Energy Price- and Income-Elasticities of Demand: Some Estimates for the UK Using the Cointegration Procedure pp. 183-93
Lester Hunt and Neil Manning
Scotland's New Poll Taxes as Hayekian Policy pp. 194-201
Charles G Leathers

Volume 36, issue 1, 1989

The Property Market and Industrial Location pp. 1-18
John K Bowers, Stephen Dobson and John Goddard
The Economics of the National Trust: A Demand Curve for a History Club pp. 19-35
John Hudson
The Consequences of Job Search Requirements on Unemployment Benefits pp. 36-58
John Shorey
Adam Smith's Stadial Analysis as a Sequence of Societal Growth Trajectories pp. 59-70
Gavin Reid
Below Capacity Working and Potential Output in Scottish Manufacturing Industry pp. 71-89
John Dewhurst
Maturity Effects in Futures Markets: Some Evidence from the City of London pp. 90-95
Trevor W Chamberlain
Measuring Patterns of Intra-industry Specialisation within the EC pp. 96-102
Steve McCorriston and Ian Sheldon
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