"...undoubtedly the most influential think tank in modern British history." – Andrew Marr
Professor D R Myddelton argues that over-regulation of accounting is likely to lead to more bad practice and accounting scandals
A survey of government performance across a range of indicators
Richard A. Epstein explains how getting the 'easy questions' right may be more important than solving the 'hard questions'
Dr Elaine Sternberg lucidly defines the purposes of corporate governance and analyses different models of corporate regulation.
Four authors examine the possibility of creating a market in take-off and landing slots at airports
Professor Shackleton examines the role of employment tribunals and considers whether they can be justified in present day conditions
Lessons learnt during the transition from communism to liberal democracy in Eastern Europe
A comprehensive analysis of the failings of Inheritance Tax
A collection of short journal columns which refute some common economic fallacies.
The latest edition of this classic text in development economics.