Launched to mark the Institute’s 21st year of activity, the Studies series is focused on specific issues and/or may include material of a technical nature. Submissions of papers for consideration in the series should be made to George Yarrow
Launched to mark the Institute’s 21st year of activity, the Essays series is intended to cover broad issues in regulatory policy. Submissions of papers for consideration in the series should be made to George Yarrow
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In the years 2009-2010 the RPI organised the Beesley Lectures, currently held in partnership with the Institute of Economic Affairs and the Centre for Competiton and Regulatory Policy, and founded by Professor Michael Beesley, one of the most influential regulatory economists of his time.
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