Monthly Archives: April 2018

By Julian Jessop

The ongoing controversy over Melrose’s purchase of engineering company GKN illustrates many common misunderstandings about how free markets can work…

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By Various Authors

In April 2018, heads of government from across the Commonwealth gather for the Commonwealth Summit to discuss the future of…

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By Tim Eaton

Libya suffers from interlinked political, security and economic crises that are weakening state institutions, damaging its economy and facilitating the…

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By  Neil Amin-Smith; David Phillips; Polly Simpson

The business rates retention scheme (BRRS) means that councils bear a proportion of the real-terms change in business rates revenues…

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By Stéphane Gauthier; Guy Laroque

Consider a simple general equilibrium economy with one representative consumer, a single competitive firm and the government. Suppose that the…

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By Various Authors

Brexit means all four governments of the UK – Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and Westminster – must go back to…

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By Various Authors

This paper examinines the structural, systemic and cultural issues in the UK’s anti-money-laundering regime as it relates to information and…

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By Nikita Malik

Terrorists and extremists are increasingly moving their activities online – and areas of the web have become a safe haven…

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By Dr Stefan Wolter; Eva Joho

A new report by internationally renowned economist, Professor Dr Stefan Wolter (University of Bern), produced in partnership with the Education…

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