The UK Economy by Malcolm SawyerThe UK Economy by Malcolm Sawyer

The UK Economy

EditorMalcolm Sawyer

Paperback | November 15, 2004

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This is the 16th edition of the classic text on the UK economy, originally edited by Prest and Coppock. Comprehensively rewritten and updated at frequent intervals, The UK Economy has become acknowledged as one of the most systematic, up to date, and balanced assessments of British economiclife. Written by a team of specialist economists and edited for the second time by Malcolm Sawyer, it combines factual information and informed analysis in the single most accessible guide to the character, problems, and performance of the British economy. Each chapter is written by an expert contributor. For this new edition all of the chapters have been carefully updated to include new data and analysis, ensuring that book remains fully up to date, and continues to provide an excellent introduction to the UK economy in its domestic, EU and globalcontext. ONLINE RESOURCE CENTRE Contains PowerPoint slides, annotated web links and figures.
Malcolm Sawyer is Professor of Economics at Leeds University Business School
Title:The UK EconomyFormat:PaperbackDimensions:288 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.62 inPublished:November 15, 2004Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0199266514

ISBN - 13:9780199266517


Table of Contents

1. Richard Harrington: The UK Economy in Context2. Malcolm Sawyer: The Structure of the Economy3. Theo Hitiris: The UK and the European Union4. Robin Bladen-Hovell: Fiscal Policy and the Budget5. Peter Jackson: Public Expenditure6. Richard Harrington: Money, Finance and Monetary Policy7. David Gowland: Balance of Payments and International Trade8. Malcolm Sawyer: Industry and Business: Structure and Policies9. Malcolm Sawyer: Privatisation and Regulation10. Francis Green: Employment and Unemployment11. Malcolm Sawyer: The Distribution and Redistribution of Income12. John Bowers and Chris Nash: Environmental and Transport Policy

Editorial Reviews

`Remains a very good applied, topics-based book'Dr David Young, University of Manchester