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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

Gordon Tullock, Arthur Seldon and Gordon L. Brady
1 Sep 2000
Hannes H. Gissurarson
1 Sep 2000
Guest edited by Terence Kealey
1 Sep 2000

Main articles on Science Policy, guest edited by Terence Kealey

Antony Flew
1 Jun 2000
Guest edited by Linda Whetstone
1 Jun 2000

Main articles on Reforming the CAP, guest edited by Linda Whetstone

Ronald Bailey
1 May 2000
Richard D North
18 Mar 2000

Stories from the Troubled Beginning of the Biological Century

Guest edited by Julian Morris
1 Mar 2000

Main articles on Markets and the Internet, guest edited by Julian Morris

Stephen Littlechild
1 Feb 2000

The Twenty-ninth Wincott Memorial Lecture delivered on 14th October 1999. Includes a forward by Geoffrey Owen.

Brian Main and Alan Peacock
1 Feb 2000
James Gwartney and Robert Lawson
1 Jan 2000
Dennis O'Keeffe
1 Jan 2000
Edited by Colin Robinson
1 Dec 1999

Main articls on Europe: Single Market or Political Union?, edited by Colin Robinson

M.E. Beesley (Ed.)
1 Dec 1999
Professor Catherine Waddams Price
23 Nov 1999

Below is the draft of a lecture given on Tuesday 23rd November 1999 as part of the IEA's Regulation Lecture series organised by the late Michael Beesley of the London Business School. This is reproduced with the kind permission of Catherine Waddams Price.