A Major Crisis?: The Politics of Economic Policy in Britain in the 1990s
Dartmouth Publishing Company, 1995 - Business & Economics - 240 pages
An assessment of the politics of economic policy under the Major governments between 1990-1994 in Britain. Its focus is on the position of Britain in the global political economy.
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THE POLITICS OF MONETARISM
Financial crash and industrial recession
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