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Putting economics to work: volume in honour of Michio Morishima

By Anthony Atkinson, Howard Glennerster and Nicholas Stern

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Chapter 1 Foreword Ralf Dahrendorf, House of Lords, London Chapter 2 Introduction Nicholas Stern, London School of Economics Chapter 3 Morishima's Economics: An Appreciation Meghnad Desai, London School of Economics and House of Lords, London Chapter 4 Competition and Hold-ups Leonardo Felli, London School of Economics and Kevin Roberts, Nuffield College, Oxford Chapter 5 On Selecting Policy Analysis Models by Forecast Accuracy David Hendry, Nuffield College, Oxford and Grayham Mizon, University of Southampton Chapter 6 Microsimulation and the Formulation of Policy: a Case Study of Targeting in the European Union Tony Atkinson, Nuffield College, Oxford, François Bourguignon, DELTA, Paris, Cathal O'Donoghue, University of Cambridge, Holly Sutherland, University of Cambridge and Francesca Utili, University of Rome Chapter 7 Evolution of Inter-Provincial Inequality in China, 1952-1996 Athar Hussain, London School of Economics Juzhong Zhuang, Asian Development Bank, Manila Chapter 8 The Changing Balance between Public and Private Welfare John Hills, London School of Economics and Tania Burchardt, London School of Economics Chapter 9 Distributional Analysis: a Robust Approach Frank Cowell, London School of Economics and Maria-Pia Victoria-Feser, University of Geneva Chapter 10 The Economics of Industry Group at STICERD John Sutton, London School of Economic

Topics: H Social Sciences (General), HB Economic Theory
Publisher: STICERD, London School of Economics and Political Science
Year: 2000
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.lse.ac.uk:5517
Provided by: LSE Research Online
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