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Microeconomic Reform in Britain: Delivering Enterprise and Fairness (Hardback)
  • Microeconomic Reform in Britain: Delivering Enterprise and Fairness (Hardback)

Microeconomic Reform in Britain: Delivering Enterprise and Fairness (Hardback)

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Hardback 438 Pages / Published: 09/03/2004
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Microeconomic Reform in Britain: Delivering Opportunities for All provides a comprehensive guide to the extensive microeconomic reforms implemented over the last 6 years to realise the UK Government's goals: a stronger more enterprising economy and a fairer society. This companion volume to Reforming Britain's Economic and Financial Policy: Towards Greater Economic Stability , published in 2002, offers a detailed account of a programme of reforms which together constitute a comprehensive strategy to lock in the stability needed to support steady growth by pursuing both enterprise and fairness for all. Building on the foundations of monetary and fiscal reform, the reforms in microeconomic policy described in this volume provide the framework for improving Britain's overall productivity, expanding national wealth and protecting the environment. The government's approach to raising productivity across all sectors and income groups, supporting families, and tackling poverty is presented, together with a detailed account of the reform of the delivery of public services. This volume is a key resource for students of economics and politics, bringing together the work which will have a profound influence on the future of British economic policy making.

Publisher: Palgrave USA
ISBN: 9781403912497
Number of pages: 438
Weight: 683 g
Dimensions: 216 x 138 x 28 mm
Edition: 2004 ed.


'Sequels often disappoint, but HM Treasury is no ordinary second-time author.' - Faisal Islam, The Observer

'Increased competition, better regulation and a myriad of measures to improve productivity are all part of the panoply of 'microeconomic measures' examined in the Treasury's new book, which will undoubtedly prove invaluable to students.' - William Keegan, The Observer

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