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Brian Hindley
1 Jan 2001

A Trade-Policy Perspective

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

John Corkindale
1 Jan 2001

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Roger Bate
1 Jan 2001

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J.R. Shackleton
1 Jan 2001

A Sceptical Look at the Economics of Skill Provision in the UK

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

28 Nov 2000

Competition and Regulation under the Competition Act

Graham Shuttleworth
15 Nov 2000

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7 Nov 2000

This is the draft of a lecture given on Tuesday 7th November 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 Dr Selzer

John Blundell and Colin Robinson
1 Nov 2000
Dr Dieter Helm
31 Oct 2000

Below is the draft of a lecture given on 17th October 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

31 Oct 2000

Below is the draft of a lecture given on Tuesday 31st October 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 Yarrow

24 Oct 2000

Below is the draft of a lecture given on Tuesday 24th October 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 Robinson

David Currie
10 Oct 2000

Below is the draft of a lecture given on 10th October 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 Currie

Tom Steinberg
1 Oct 2000

This paper argues that currently British migration laws are skewed against economic migrants in a way which is harmful both to the migrants themselves, and also to the UK population