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Oxford Review of Economic Policy

1985 - 2020

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Volume 36, issue 1, 2020

Rethinking the economics of water: an assessment pp. 1-23 Downloads
Dustin E Garrick, Michael Hanemann and Cameron Hepburn
The economics of water scarcity and variability pp. 24-44 Downloads
Richard Damania
The economics of dams pp. 45-68 Downloads
Marc Jeuland
Thirty years after water privatization—is the English model the envy of the world? pp. 69-85 Downloads
Dieter Helm
The paradox of water pricing: dichotomies, dilemmas, and decisions pp. 86-107 Downloads
R. Quentin Grafton, Long Chu and Paul Wyrwoll
Water rights reform and water marketing: Australia vs the US West pp. 108-131 Downloads
Michael Hanemann and Michael Young
A tale of two water markets in Australia: lessons for understanding participation in formal water markets pp. 132-153 Downloads
Sarah Ann Wheeler and Dustin E Garrick
Beneath the surface: complexities and groundwater policy-making pp. 154-170 Downloads
William Blomquist
Rethinking the economics of rural water in Africa pp. 171-190 Downloads
Rob Hope, Patrick Thomson, Johanna Koehler and Tim Foster
Evidence-based policy analysis? The strange case of the randomized controlled trials of community-led total sanitation pp. 191-221 Downloads
Dale Whittington, Mark Radin and Marc Jeuland

Volume 35, issue 4, 2019

Networks and economic policy pp. 565-585 Downloads
Matthew L Elliott, Sanjeev Goyal and Alexander Teytelboym
Networks and systemic risk in the financial system pp. 586-613 Downloads
Prasanna Gai and Sujit Kapadia
The role of networks in antitrust investigations pp. 614-637 Downloads
Matthew Elliott and Andrea Galeotti
Production networks and economic policy pp. 638-677 Downloads
Basile Grassi and Julien Sauvagnat
Networks in economic development pp. 678-721 Downloads
Emily Breza, Arun Chandrasekhar, Benjamin Golub and Aneesha Parvathaneni
Social and spatial networks in labour markets pp. 722-745 Downloads
Giorgio Topa
Crime and networks: ten policy lessons pp. 746-771 Downloads
Matthew Lindquist and Yves Zenou

Volume 35, issue 3, 2019

Inequality: an assessment pp. 351-367 Downloads
Ken Mayhew and Samuel Wills
Measuring inequality pp. 368-395 Downloads
Thomas McGregor, Brock Smith and Samuel Wills
Inequality and its discontents pp. 396-430 Downloads
Brian Nolan and Luis Valenzuela
Inequality in a global perspective pp. 431-444 Downloads
Ravi Kanbur
Education and intergenerational social mobility in the US and four European countries pp. 445-466 Downloads
Richard Breen
Flat-lining or seething beneath the surface? Two decades of changing economic inequality in the UK pp. 467-489 Downloads
Polina Obolenskaya and John Hills
Robust determinants of income inequality pp. 490-517 Downloads
Davide Furceri and Jonathan Ostry
Inequality: A hidden cost of market power pp. 518-549 Downloads
Sean F Ennis, Pedro Gonzaga and Chris Pike
Inequality and market concentration, when shareholding is more skewed than consumption pp. 550-563 Downloads
Joshua Gans, Andrew Leigh, Martin Schmalz and Adam Triggs

Volume 35, issue 2, 2019

The age of electricity pp. 183-196 Downloads
Dieter Helm and Cameron Hepburn
Direct and indirect electrification of industry and beyond pp. 197-217 Downloads
Cédric Philibert
Should renewable energy policy be ‘renewable’? pp. 218-243 Downloads
Erik Gawel and Paul Lehmann
The Cost of Energy Review and its implementation pp. 244-259 Downloads
Dieter Helm
The benefits of purely financial participants for wholesale and retail market performance: lessons for long-term resource adequacy mechanism design pp. 260-290 Downloads
Frank A Wolak
Challenges for wholesale electricity markets with intermittent renewable generation at scale: the US experience pp. 291-331 Downloads
Paul Joskow
Counting on the neighbours: challenges and practical approaches for cross-border participation in capacity mechanisms pp. 332-349 Downloads
Fabien Roques

Volume 35, issue 1, 2019

Natural capital: assets, systems, and policies pp. 1-13 Downloads
Dieter Helm
The concept of natural capital pp. 14-36 Downloads
Edward Barbier
This blessed plot: when should capital gains on land be regarded as income pp. 37-53 Downloads
Martin Weale
The ecology of natural capital accounting pp. 54-67 Downloads
Georgina M Mace
Corporate natural capital accounting pp. 68-87 Downloads
Richard Barker
Measuring natural capital: towards accounts for the UK and a basis for improved decision-making pp. 88-108 Downloads
Geoff Bright, Emily Connors and Joe Grice
Valuing the invaluable: how much is the planet worth? pp. 109-119 Downloads
Colin Mayer
Choices and the value of natural capital pp. 120-137 Downloads
Eli P Fenichel and Yukiko Hashida
Natural capital market design pp. 138-161 Downloads
Alexander Teytelboym
The integration of natural capital into development policies pp. 162-181 Downloads
Daniela A Miteva
Corrigendum: Foundation ownership, reputation, and labour pp. 182-182 Downloads
Christa Børsting and Steen Thomsen

Volume 34, issue 3, 2018

Technology and the labour market: the assessment pp. 349-361 Downloads
Abi Adams
The impact of technological progress on labour markets: policy challenges pp. 362-375 Downloads
Maarten Goos
Information in online labour markets pp. 376-392 Downloads
Adeline Pelletier and Catherine Thomas
Computers and populism: artificial intelligence, jobs, and politics in the near term pp. 393-417 Downloads
Frank Levy
Political machinery: did robots swing the 2016 US presidential election? pp. 418-442 Downloads
Carl Benedikt Frey, Thor Berger and Chinchih Chen
The productivity slowdown: is it the ‘new normal’? pp. 443-460 Downloads
Nicholas Crafts
Job polarization: an historical perspective pp. 461-474 Downloads
Erik Buyst, Maarten Goos and Anna Salomons
Rethinking legal taxonomies for the gig economy pp. 475-494 Downloads
Abi Adams, Judith Freedman and Jeremias Prassl
Fractures in the education–economy relationship: the end of the skill bias technological change research programme? pp. 495-515 Downloads
Hugh Lauder, Phillip Brown and Sin-Yi Cheung

Volume 34, issue 1-2, 2018

The rebuilding macroeconomic theory project: an analytical assessment pp. 1-42 Downloads
David Vines and Samuel Wills
On the future of macroeconomic models pp. 43-54 Downloads
Olivier Blanchard
Ending the microfoundations hegemony pp. 55-69 Downloads
Simon Wren-Lewis
Where modern macroeconomics went wrong pp. 70-106 Downloads
Joseph Stiglitz
On the future of macroeconomics: a New Monetarist perspective pp. 107-131 Downloads
Randall Wright
Is something really wrong with macroeconomics? pp. 132-155 Downloads
Ricardo Reis
Good enough for government work? Macroeconomics since the crisis pp. 156-168 Downloads
Paul Krugman
Stagnant productivity and low unemployment: stuck in a Keynesian equilibrium pp. 169-194 Downloads
Wendy Carlin and David Soskice
Macro needs micro pp. 195-218 Downloads
Fabio Ghironi
An interdisciplinary model for macroeconomics pp. 219-251 Downloads
Andrew Haldane and Arthur Turrell
The financial system and the natural real interest rate: towards a ‘new benchmark theory model’ pp. 252-268 Downloads
David Vines and Samuel Wills
DSGE models: still useful in policy analysis? pp. 269-286 Downloads
Jesper Lindé
The future of macroeconomics: macro theory and models at the Bank of England pp. 287-328 Downloads
David Hendry and John Muellbauer
Modelling a complex world: improving macro-models pp. 329-347 Downloads
Warwick McKibbin and Andrew Stoeckel
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