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Richard Quandt has recently noted an increasing tendency on the part of professional economists to introspect their work and activities. Whether this trend derives from some existential angst brought on by a feeling that the marginal social return from the nth journal article does not differ...
In recent years Adrian Ziderman has applied the tools of costbenefit analysis to the evaluation of government training and his latest paper analyses the regional location of Government Training Centres GTCs. Although he is kind enough to suggest that his paper was stimulated by an earlier paper...
A recent paper by James Hughes in this journal arguing that in the recent past the regional distribution of Government Training Centre GTC capacity has been suboptimal, stirred me to write an article both criticising the criteria he used in reaching this judgement and, more positively, offering...
In this article we consider the question of discrimination against black workers and female workers. We do not discuss the issue of discrimination as it applies within the ranks of white males. Analysis of the relationship between earnings and schooling would suggest that discrimination against...
The purpose of this article is to examine, purely from the law enforcement viewpoint, the present United Kingdom consent system for controlling direct discharges of effluent into rivers visavis an effluent pricing system. The article outlines the system of law enforcement in existence prior to...
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