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Guest edited by Paul Klumpes
20 Sep 2003

Main articles on Financial Services Regulation, guest edited by Paul Klumpes. The sample article is on UK pensions regulation.

Philip Booth and David Currie (eds)
15 Aug 2003
Jonathan Djanogly
13 Aug 2003

With commentaries by Elaine Sternberg and Terry Arthur

Ian Senior
1 May 2003

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edited by Colin Robinson
1 May 2003

The latest book of the IEA's joint series with the London Business School about the state of UK utility regulation.

Andrew Crockett, Sir Adam Ridley, Baron Alexandre Lamfalussy and Sir Howard Davies
13 Mar 2003

6th in the series of IEA Discussion Papers

Joseph Porket
23 Jan 2003

3rd in the series of IEA Discussion Papers

Guest edited by George Yarrow
17 Jan 2003

Main articles on Competition Policy, guest edited by George Yarrow

Professor Stephen Littlechild
17 Oct 2002

1st in the series of IEA Discussion Papers

edited by Colin Robinson
1 May 2002

The 2002 edition of the IEA's series in conjunction with the London Business School about the state of UK utility regulation

Professor Stephen C. Littlechild
20 Mar 2002

A Critique of Price Restraints in Electricity Supply and Mobile Telephones

Guest edited by Graham Bannock
1 Jun 2001

Main articles on Regulation and the Small Firm, guest edited by Graham Bannock

Irwin M. Stelzer
10 Mar 2001

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Edited by Colin Robinson
1 Mar 2001

Main articles on Assurance and Trust, edited by Colin Robinson

Colin Robinson (Ed.)
1 Feb 2001
Colin Robinson
1 Jan 2001

This paper examines the state of the regulated water and sewerage industry in England and Wales (hereafter the 'water industry') and, in particular, the respective roles of competition and regulation

Tom Steinberg
1 Jan 2001

Britain's Broadband market has some serious problems. This article is a response to this situation, and has three purposes

5 Dec 2000

A lecture given on 5th December 2000 as part of the 'The Beesley Lectures: Lectures On Regulation Series X 2000' organised by Professor David Currie of the London Business School and Professor Colin Robinson of the IEA. This is reproduced with the kind permission of Professor Seabright

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