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John Hibbs
15 Apr 1993

Depoliticising the transport sector

Terence C. Mills
1 Oct 1992
Forrest Capie and Michael Collins
1 Jul 1992
John T Addison and W. Stanley Siebert
15 Feb 1991
Wilfred Beckerman
15 Jan 1990

Market pricing, government regulation, environmental policy

Kevin Dowd
10 Nov 1988

Groundbreaking analysis of the benefits of free banking

Alan Evans
15 Jul 1988

The devastating economic impact of planning controls

Brian Griffiths and Hugh Murray
15 Jun 1985

Reform plan would have several beneficial results

John Burton
15 Oct 1983

Classic critique of selective government interventions

John Hibbs
15 Sep 1982

A study of the scope for competitive markets in road, rail and air

Steven N. S. Cheung
1 Dec 1978

With a Prologue by Charles K. Rowley and an Epilogue by John Burton

James M. Buchanan, Charles K. Rowley, Albert Breton, Jack Wiseman, Bruno Frey, A. T. Peacock, Jo Grimond, W. A. Niskanen and Martin Ricketts
15 Nov 1978

Introduction to public choice theory

James M. Buchanan, John Burton and Richard E. Wagner
20 Apr 1978

An analysis of the misuse of economic theory for political profiteering

Lionel Robbins, Charles G. Hanson, John Burton, Cyril Grunfeld, Brian Griffiths, Alan Peacock, Lord Scarman and others
15 Jan 1978

Distinguished economists discuss the impact of organised labour on the British economy

Brian Chiplin, John Coyne and Ljubo Sirc
6 Dec 1977

A critique of 'industrial democracy'

William Rees-Mogg
19 Nov 1977

Overview of the history of monetary theory and its implications for policy

Lord Robbins
23 Oct 1977

How egalitarian policies undermine personal and economic freedom

Milton Friedman
5 Sep 1977

The 1976 Alfred Nobel Memorial Lecture

Barry Bracewell-Milnes, Colin Clark, Walter Elkan, Ivor F. Pearce, A. R. Prest and Charles K. Rowley
15 Jul 1977

Leading economists examine the UK's fiscal policy

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