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Housing in England is under-supplied, resulting in high costs. The government’s proposed reforms to address the problem are a step in the right direction but do not go nearly far enough. I don’t usually engage in autobiography, but it so … Continue reading
How does a competitive industry respond to an emissions tax in the short run and the long run? What if the industry is a monopoly? In this post I bring together two standard pieces of microeconomic analysis: the effect of … Continue reading
Differences in national rates of Covid-19 infection may be partly due to differences in household sizes. While many questions about the Covid-19 virus are currently unanswered, one point on which there has been wide agreement is that transmission is more … Continue reading