|Begg, David / Konrad, Kai A. / Wyplosz, Charles (Hrsg.)|
Economic Policy 28
1. Auflage Mai 1999
1999. 240 Seiten, Softcover
ISBN 978-0-631-21497-7 - John Wiley & Sons
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Economic Policy has earned a reputation around the world as the one publication that always identifies current and emerging policy topics early. It discusses key international issues when they matter and is invaluable for keeping track of important topics. Articles are regularly quoted in the international press as well as in the professional literature.
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1. CAP Reform: Louis Mahe and Francois Ortalo-Mayne (ENSA, Rennes and London School of Economics).
2. The Effects and Policy Implications of State Aids to Industry: Tim Besley and Paul Seabright (London School of Economics and University of Cambridge).
3. When is Fiscal Adjustment an Illusion?: William Easterly (World Bank).
4. The Structure of European Football: Stefan Symanski and Thomas Hoehn (LECG Ltd and Imperial College, London).
5. EMU: Capital Market Integration and the Real Output Effect: Georges de Menil (DELTA, Paris).
6. The Public Policy Implications of Increasing Retailer Power: Paul W Dobson and Michael Waterson (Loughborough University and University of Warwick).