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Environmental economics has typically adopted two approaches to the demonstration of the optimal level of pollution. The first superimposes a marginal pollution cost MPC function on the traditional model of the profit maximising firm and demonstrates that Pareto optimality requires the output...
The present range and character of childcare services in Britain have evolved erratically over a long period of time. Structured by a succession of Acts of Parliament, shaped and reshaped by the changing pattern of social values, needs and expectations, current provision is both complex and...
The purpose of this article is to examine the proposition that the benefits from environmental improvements accrue disproportionately to the rich.
This article investigates whether selected features of the Canada Assistance Plan and various economic, demographic, and political factors have had any significant effect on the social assistance participation rates in Canadian provinces. The first section reviews the background to the cuirent...
In this article we shall argue that the Keynesian revolution was a revolution in the sense of Kuhn and that Kuhn's conceptual framework provides a better understanding of the convulsive changes that took place in macroeconomics in the twenties and thirties than alternative growth of knowledge...
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