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© 2002

Economic Policy in Britain

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Benefits

    • 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
Textbook

Part of the Contemporary Political Studies Series book series (CONTPOLSTUD)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-x
  2. Wyn Grant
    Pages 1-11
  3. Wyn Grant
    Pages 41-64
  4. Wyn Grant
    Pages 65-92
  5. Wyn Grant
    Pages 93-121
  6. Wyn Grant
    Pages 122-143
  7. Wyn Grant
    Pages 144-163
  8. Wyn Grant
    Pages 164-182
  9. Wyn Grant
    Pages 183-206
  10. Wyn Grant
    Pages 225-233
  11. Back Matter
    Pages 234-255

About this book

Introduction

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.

Keywords

economic policy economy Europe European Union (EU) globalization monetary policy parliament Policy policy-making taxation

About the authors

WYN GRANT is Professor of Politics, University of Warwick.

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