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M.E.Beesley (Ed.)
1 Jan 1998

Utility regulation in Britain has now entered a phase in which debate is no longer so much concerned with whether it is preferable to rival systems but with how to shape the'regulatory contract' in monopoly areas and, in potentially competitive areas, how to ensure rivalry.

Julian Morris
1 Dec 1997

Contributions from Robert Balling, Roger Bate, Sonja Boehmer-Christiansen, Deepak Lal and Thomas Gale Moore.

Dick Atkinson
19 Nov 1997

In this challenging paper Dr Dick Atkinson asks why local education authorities are needed. Finding reasons lacking, he puts forward a proposal for all schools to be self-governing and thereby removed from the debilitating effects of politicised education.

Adrian Seville and James Tooley
1 Nov 1997
Benjamin Aldrich-Moodie and Jo Kwong
1 Sep 1997
M E Beesley (Ed.)
1 Sep 1997
Israel M. Kirzner
1 Jun 1997

A modern classic of Austrian economic theory

George Selgin
1 Apr 1997

The case for a falling price level in a growing economy. A classic title from the 1990s

Bonnie Macmillan
1 Mar 1997

Bonnie Macmillan describes the findings of the most up-to-date experimental research on beginning reading instruction. Research points decisively to the need for direct teaching of certain key skills in order to produce maximum reading success.

Fred L. Smith, Jr.
1 Jan 1997

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Professor M.E. Beesley (Ed.)
1 Jun 1996
Richard Pryke
1 Oct 1995
Hermione Parker
1 Sep 1995
M.E. Beesley (Ed.)
1 May 1995

the State of Britain's Regulatory Regime

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