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THE SUPPLY SIDE REVOLUTION IN BRITAIN

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THE SUPPLY SIDE REVOLUTION IN BRITAIN

9781852784263 Edward Elgar Publishing
Patrick Minford, Professor of Economics, Cardiff Business School, Cardiff University, UK
Publication Date: 1991 ISBN: 978 1 85278 426 3 Extent: 272 pp
This book brings together, for the first time, essays written as a contribution to the supply side revolution in Britain. Some focus on monetary and fiscal policy, while others deal with the principles and mechanisms for supply side reform. Taken together, they represent an invaluable source book and reference point on the political philosophy and economic strategy of the Thatcher era. The essays were all written for a wide audience and will be essential reading for both economists and non-economists alike.

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Patrick Minford has been a close adviser to Mrs Thatcher during the last decade. He has made an important contribution to the ideas of Thatcherism and Britain’s monetarist/supply side programme in the 1980s.

This book brings together, for the first time, essays written as a contribution to the supply side revolution in Britain. Some focus on monetary and fiscal policy, while others deal with the principles and mechanisms for supply side reform. Taken together, they represent an invaluable source book and reference point on the political philosophy and economic strategy of the Thatcher era. The essays were all written for a wide audience and will be essential reading for both economists and non-economists alike.
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‘The essays are all written in a readily stimulating accessible style and the arguments are lively and stimulating. The ideas contained in the book stand as an example of the influence of free market economics in the UK and the 1980s.’
– Barry Naisbitt, Midland Bank

‘I strongly recommend these essays as an insight into an economist who was the very model of a tough-minded, radical Right, political economist.’
– David Collard, The Economic Journal
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