ISSN (printed): 0265-0665. ISSN (electronic): 1468-0270.
Mere facts do not lead to understanding. Only analysis can do so. In keeping with the long-standing traditions of the Institute of Economic Affairs its journal Economic Affairs provides a consistently high standard of analysis. This is not just enjoyable. It exposes much of today's conventional wisdom on economic and social issue for the nonsense it is Martin Wolf Associate Editor and Chief Economics Commentator Financial Times Economic Affairs is a journal for those interested in the application of economic principles to practical affairs. It aims to stimulate debate on economic and social problems by asking its authors while analysing complex issues to make their analysis and conclusions accessible to a wide audience. Each issue has a theme on which the main articles focus providing a succinct and up-to-date review of a particular field of applied economics. Additional articles cover topical issues such as forthcoming articles on the minimum wage on Austrian Economics and on Mc Jobs. Regular Columnists Each issue of Economic Affairs includes five regular columnists: Professor Tim Congdon (City news) Professor James Tooley (education) Roger Bate (environmental issues) Professor Geoffrey Wood (economic fallacies) Julian Morris (information technology).
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