Monograph publications

Michael de Alessi
1 Jul 2003
Edited by Keith Boyfield
1 May 2003

Four authors examine the possibility of creating a market in take-off and landing slots at airports

Milton Friedman and Charles A. E. Goodhart
17 Apr 2003
J. R. Shackleton
15 Nov 2002

Professor Shackleton examines the role of employment tribunals and considers whether they can be justified in present day conditions

With Tributes by John Blundell, James M. Buchanan, Meghnad Desai, James A. Dorn, Ralph Harris, Deepak Lal, Victoria Curzon Price, Razeen Sally, Parth Shah, Alan Walters and Basil Yamey
25 Sep 2002
Leszek Balcerowicz
16 Sep 2002

Lessons learnt during the transition from communism to liberal democracy in Eastern Europe

Patrick Minford
9 Sep 2002

the Chancellor's Five Tests Examined

Barry Bracewell-Milnes
30 Aug 2002

A comprehensive analysis of the failings of Inheritance Tax

Geoffrey E Wood
1 Aug 2002

A collection of short journal columns which refute some common economic fallacies.

Deepak Lal
22 Jul 2002

The latest edition of this classic text in development economics.

Arthur Seldon
1 Jun 2002
Otmar Issing
13 May 2002
Nicholas Crafts. Foreword by Walter Eltis
16 Apr 2002

One of Britain's leading economic historians offers new insights on the UK's recent economic revival

Professor Stephen C. Littlechild
20 Mar 2002

A Critique of Price Restraints in Electricity Supply and Mobile Telephones

Introduction by Norman Barry
2 Jan 2002
Charles Calomiris
1 Jan 2002

The case for free trade

Barrie Craven, Pauline Dixon, Gordon Stewart & James Tooley
30 Nov 2001
David Henderson
5 Nov 2001

A robust critique of the now fashionable idea of corporate social responsibility

F A Hayek with Edwin J. Feulner. Introduction by John Blundell
1 Nov 2001

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