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Publications Type: Manhattan Report

Manhattan Report Vol.7 No.2, Fall 1987
 - Welfare Reform Debated at London Conference
- Elizabeth Wright's "Issues & Views"
- NY Project Activities
- Manhattan Forums...

Manhattan Report Vol.7 No.1, Spring 1987
 - Taxes in the UK: Which Way? Report on the London Conference on Taxes and Growth
- Manhattan Forums
- Civil Justice Project Takes on Liability Crisis

Manhattan Report Vol.6 No.2, 1986
 The Liability Crisis: Who's To Blame?

Manhattan Report Vol.6 No.1, 1986
 South Africa: The Economics of Disinvestment

Manhattan Report Vol.5 No.4, 1985
 Metropolis 1985: A Look At New York's Economic Future

Manhattan Report Vol.5 No.3, 1985
 Supply-Side Revisited: The World Economy in Perspective

Manhattan Report Vol.5 No.2, 1985
 Crisis In The Courts

Manhattan Report Vol.5 No.1, 1985
 Why The War On Poverty Failed?

Manhattan Report Vol.4 No.4, April 1984
 Comparable Worth: Will it close the pay gap?

Manhattan Report Vol.4 No.3, 1984
 Is Central Banking Obsolete?

Manhattan Report Vol.4 No.2, 1984
 The Political Economy of Interest Groups

Manhattan Report Vol.4 No.1, 1984
 Economic Research Directory

Manhattan Report Vol.3 No.5, 1983
 W.H. Hutt: An Economist For This Century

Manhattan Report Vol.3 No.4, 1983
 The Economy of Israel: So much at stake.

Manhattan Report Vol.3 No.3, 1983
 Property Rights

Manhattan Report Vol.3 No.2, 1983
 Industrial Policy, Part2: Is a new New Deal the answer?

Manhattan Report Vol.3 No.1, January 1983
 On the Brink: Third World Economies in Crisis

Manhattan Report Vol.2 No.8, Winter 1983
 The State Against Blacks

Manhattan Report Vol.2 No.7, October 1982
 Industrial Policy, Part I: The Japanese Model

Manhattan Report Vol.2 No.6, September 1982
 Social Justice

Manhattan Report Vol.2 No.5, August 1982
 The Balancing Ad: Rethinking the Federal Budget Process

Manhattan Report Vol.2 No.4, July 1982
 Idle Resources, Easy Money, and Hard Choices: Toward an Understanding of the Crisis

Manhattan Report Vol.2 No.3, May 1982
 Privatizing Public Lands: The Ecological and Economic Case for Private Ownership of Federal Lands

Manhattan Report Vol.2 No.2, April 1982
 The Reagan Revolution: Rhetoric is Not Enough

Manhattan Report Vol.2 No.1, March 1982
 Europe at the Crossroads: An Economic Perspective on the Future of Western Europe

Manhattan Report Vol.1 No.9, December 1981
 Annual Summary: Stimulating Independent Thought...

Manhattan Report Vol.1 No.8, Winter 1982
 Special Edition: Thomas Sowell

Manhattan Report Vol.1 No.7, October 1981
 - An exclusive interview with economist-turned-congressman Philip Gramm.
- A new study from agricultural economist Bruce L. Gardner provides an objective breakdown of the actual costs of our farm support programs.
- A group of economists based in the Rocky Mountain region of Montana think they have answers to some of the country's most pressing environmental problems.

Manhattan Report Vol.1 No.6, September 1981
 Funding of the Arts: Is More Better?

Manhattan Report Vol.1 No.5, August 1981
 - George Gilder makes his assessment of American productivity and is compared to Lester Thurow on specifics.
- The conclusion of our two-part interview with Chicago economist, George Stigler. Will the regulators continue to wield power in our economy? Prof. Stigler presents (as usual) some rather novel views.
- Some private foundations lose sight of the fact.

Manhattan Report Vol.1 No.4, June 1981
 Alternative International Monetary Systems

Manhattan Report Vol.1 No.3, May 1981
 - Economist Thomas Sowell reports on the history and consequences of government interference with the economic life of ethnic and racial groups.
- An exclusive interview with George Stigler, the economists' economist from Chicago.
- Joseph Alibrandi joins ICEPS's Board of Directors.
- More ICEPS radio commentaries.

Manhattan Report Vol.1 No.2, April 1981
 An ICEPS Forum on URBAN ENTERPRISE ZONES: Reversing the Decline of Our Inner Cities

Manhattan Report Vol.1 No.1, March 1981
 - "Lessons from London": Based on an exclusive interview with MargaretThatcher's chief economic advisor, Alan Walters.
- Has justice been served by judicial intervention in the New York housing market? Peter Salins provides a well documented answer.
- Four commentaries from ICE PS's radio series.
- ICEPS's economic forums attract New York.



 
 
 

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