Oxford Review of Economic Policy
Oxf Rev Econ Pol
ISSN (printed): 0266-903X. ISSN (electronic): 1460-2121.
Essential reading for any serious student of policy Christopher Huhne The Independent "The Oxford Review of Economic Policy has carved out an important niche in economic policy discussions. The articles are refreshingly free of ideology and arcane theories and address the most important economic issues." Rudiger Dornbusch MIT The Oxford Review of Economic Policy is a refereed journal which is published quarterly. Each issue concentrates on a current theme in economic policy and comprises an assessment and a number of articles. Articles are presented in a non-technical manner and are aimed at a wide audience including government business and policy-makers as well as academics and students. The themes of the 2000 issues are: Spring 2000 Labour Markets and Welfare Summer 2000 The Japanese Economy Autumn 2000 The State of Macroeconomics Winter 2000 Savings Pensions and Retirement The themes of the 2001 issues are: Spring 2001 Savings Summer 2001 The Internet Autumn 2001 European Network Infrastructures Winter 2001 Finance and Growth
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