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The Economic Constitution

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9780199644537

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0199644535
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5/13/2014
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Oxford University Press, USA
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Author Biography


Tony Prosser, Professor of Public Law, University of Bristol

Tony Prosser is Professor of Public Law at the University of Bristol, teaching public law and socio-legal studies. He has written or edited 14 books, and has written over 120 articles and book chapters. His main interests are in regulation, especially of public utilities and the media, and comparative public service law.

Table of Contents


Preface
1. Economic Constitutions
2. A Map of the Institutions
3. The International Context
4. 'Getting and Spending 1': Taxation and Public Borrowing
5. 'Getting and Spending 2': Public Expenditure
6. Monetary Policy and the Bank of England
7. The Regulation of Financial Services
8. State Aids, Government Shareholdings and Industrial Policy
9. Government and Contract
10. Conclusion: The Plural Constitution


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