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Jersey’s Microstate Housing Policies

While I was at Plymouth University, 1994-6, I visited the Channel Islands, especially Jersey, together with Ceri Llewellyn-Wilson. The result was an article we jointly published in Housing Studies, the introduction of which is published in this post. Ceri’s contribution … Continue reading

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Is France ordoliberal?

It is difficult to establish with precision whether France is an Ordoliberal country or not in the practical sense used by Jim Kemeny. The French idea that the state can and should control the market is older than Ordoliberalism. There must be … Continue reading

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