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What the Littlechild report actually said

Subject

Economics

Publication Year

2003

Abstract

In this paper, I will discuss the 1983 Littlechild report, its origins, its message and its influence and compare some key issues with what was said in the 1986 Littlechild report. I am explicitly looking back with hindsight, with the intention of being able to identify trends that are likely to affect the future as well as discussing concerns of the 1980s.

Publication Research Centre

Regulation Initiative (closed)

Series Number

55

Series

Regulation Initiative Working Paper Series

Available on ECCH

No


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