Real World Economics: Essays on Imperfect Markets and Fallible Governments
A collection of economic essays, arranged thematically into chapters, on key issues of public concern and policy. This book explains the economics of the National Health Service and the top rate tax cuts, the education reforms, the house price boom, the poll tax and the balance of payments crisis.
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The Power and Limits of Economic Ideas
Helping Business Work Better
Tax Incomes and Equality
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