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Economic Policy in Britain

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 265
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Contemporary Political Studies

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Paperback - 9780333928905

27 June 2002

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Hardcover - 9780333928899

06 September 2002

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Ebook - 9781403907332

08 March 2017

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A comprehensive assessment of how economic policy is made in Britain at the start of the 21st century and of how the content of taxation, spending, monetary and regulatory policy has evolved since 1945. All of this is set in...

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A comprehensive assessment of how economic policy is made in Britain at the start of the 21st century and of how the content of taxation, spending, monetary and regulatory policy has evolved since 1945. All of this is set in the context of the impact of globalization and the European Union on the autonomy of domestic policy and an assessment of the debates about British economic performance and British decline.

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  • Offers an authoritative and comprehensive review of British economic policy under Blair set in its historical context
  • A completely new and much more broad ranging replacement for same author's highly regarded The Politics of Economic Policy
  • Clearly and accessibly written by an expert in the field

Introduction
From Post-War Settlement to Thatcherism
Globalization and Europeanization
Economic Theory and Economic Policy
Monetary Policy
Public Expenditure and Taxation
The Supply Side and Competitiveness
The Electorate and the Economy
Economic Policy-Making
Parliament, the Media and Organised Interests
Conclusions.

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WYN GRANT is Professor of Politics, University of Warwick.

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WYN GRANT is Professor of Politics, University of Warwick.

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