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Putting economics to work: volume in honour of Michio Morishima

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Chapter 1 Foreword Ralf Dahrendorf, House of Lords, London Chapter 2 Introduction Nicholas Stern, London School of Economics Chapter 3 Morishima's Economics: An Appreciation Meghnad Desai, London School of Economics and House of Lords, London Chapter 4 Competition and Hold-ups Leonardo Felli, London School of Economics and Kevin Roberts, Nuffield College, Oxford Chapter 5 On Selecting Policy Analysis Models by Forecast Accuracy David Hendry, Nuffield College, Oxford and Grayham Mizon, University of Southampton Chapter 6 Microsimulation and the Formulation of Policy: a Case Study of Targeting in the European Union Tony Atkinson, Nuffield College, Oxford, Fran├žois Bourguignon, DELTA, Paris, Cathal O'Donoghue, University of Cambridge, Holly Sutherland, University of Cambridge and Francesca Utili, University of Rome Chapter 7 Evolution of Inter-Provincial Inequality in China, 1952-1996 Athar Hussain, London School of Economics Juzhong Zhuang, Asian Development Bank, Manila Chapter 8 The Changing Balance between Public and Private Welfare John Hills, London School of Economics and Tania Burchardt, London School of Economics Chapter 9 Distributional Analysis: a Robust Approach Frank Cowell, London School of Economics and Maria-Pia Victoria-Feser, University of Geneva Chapter 10 The Economics of Industry Group at STICERD John Sutton, London School of Economics

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