Professor John Creedy

Professor School of Accounting and Commercial Law

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Professor Creedy’s  main research interests are public economics, labour economics, income distribution and the history of economic analysis. Between 2011 and 2017 he was half time at VUW and half time in the Tax Strategy section of the New Zealand Treasury. Before coming to Wellington, he was the Truby Williams Professor of Economics in the University of Melbourne.

Selection of publications

Books

  1. State Pensions in Britain. Cambridge University Press, pp. x+102 (1982).
  2. Economics: An Integrated Approach. London: Prentice Hall, pp. xvi+448, (with L. Evans, B. Thomas, P. Johnson, R. Wilson) (1984). [Reprinted in 1989, Sydney: Prentice Hall]
  3. Dynamics of Income Distribution. Oxford: Basil Blackwell, pp. xiii+170 (1985). [Reprinted in 1993, Aldershot: Gregg Revivals]
  4. Social Insurance in Transition: An Economic Analysis. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. xii+242. (with R. Disney) (1985).
  5. Edgeworth and the Development of Neoclassical Economics. Oxford: Basil Blackwell, pp. viii+165 (1986). [Reprinted in l992, Aldershot: Gregg Revivals]
  6. Demand and Exchange in Economic Analysis: A History from Cournot to Marshall. Aldershot: Edward Elgar. pp. xi+212 (1992).
  7. Income, Inequality and the Life Cycle. Aldershot: Edward Elgar. pp. xxi+272 (1992).
  8. The Economics of Higher Education: An Analysis of Taxes versus Fees. Aldershot: Edward Elgar. pp. xiv+152 (1995). [Reprinted in 1997]
  9. Fiscal Policy and Social Welfare: An Analysis of Alternative Tax and Transfer Systems. Aldershot: Edward Elgar. pp. xi+260 (1996). [Reprinted in 1997]
  10. General Equilibrium and Welfare. Aldershot: Edward Elgar. pp. x+166 (1996).
  11. Financing and Effects of Internationalisation in Higher Education: An Australian Country Study. Canberra: Australian Government Publishing Service. pp. xvi+137 (with M. Baker and D. Johnson)(1996).
  12. The Statics and Dynamics of Income Distribution in New Zealand. Wellington: Institute of Policy Studies. pp. xvi+170 (1997).
  13. Environmental Taxes and Economic Welfare: Reducing Carbon Dioxide Emissions. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. pp. xi+152 (with A. Cornwell) (1997).
  14. Population Ageing, Migration and Social Expenditure. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. pp. xii+191 (with J. Alvarado) (1998).
  15. The Dynamics of Inequality and Poverty: Comparing Income Distributions. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. pp. xviii+303 (1998).
  16. Pensions and Population Ageing: An Economic Analysis. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. pp. xviii+239 (1998).
  17. Measuring Welfare Changes and Tax Burdens. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. pp. xiv+221 (1998).
  18. The History of Economic Analysis: Selected Essays. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. pp. viii+348 (1998).
  19. Development of the Theory of Exchange. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. pp. xv+205 (1998).
  20. Labour Mobility, Earnings and Unemployment: Selected Essays. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. pp. xii+303 (1999).
  21. Modelling Indirect Taxes and Tax Reform. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. pp. xvii+212 (1999).
  22. Taxation and Economic Behaviour: Introductory Surveys in Economics, Volume 1. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. pp. ix+339 (2001).
  23. Nonlinear Models, Labour Markets and Exchange: Introductory Surveys in Economics, Volume 2. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. pp. viii+228 (2002).
  24. Modelling Income Distribution. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. pp. x+280 (2002).
  25. Microsimulation Modelling of Taxation and The Labour Market: The Melbourne Institute Tax and Transfer Simulator. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. (with A.S. Duncan, R. Scutella and M. Harris), pp. xii+245 (2002).
  26. Modelling Tax Revenue Growth. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. (with N. Gemmell), pp. xiii+225 (2006).
  27. Labour Supply and Microsimulation: The Evaluation of Tax Policy Reforms. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. (with G. Kalb), pp. xx+327 (2006).
  28. The Distributional Effects of Indirect Taxes: Models and Applications from New Zealand. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. (with C. Sleeman), pp. xvi+261 (2006)
  29. Indirect Taxes in New Zealand. Wellington: Institute of Policy Studies. (with C. Sleeman), pp. xii+137 (2006)
  30. Tax Policy Design and Behavioural Microsimulation Modelling. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar (with H. Buddelmeyer and G. Kalb), pp.xvii+269 (2007).
  31. Research Without Tears: From the First Ideas to Published Output. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp. xii+119 (2008). [Reprinted 2009]
  32. Population Ageing, Pensions and Growth: Intertemporal Trade-Offs and Consumption Planning. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp. xv+299 (with R. Guest) (2009).
  33. Darwins’s Clever Neighbour: George Warde Norman and his Circle. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp. lvi+444 (with D.P. O’Brien) (2010).
  34. Modelling the Composition of Government Expenditure. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp. xiii+239 (with S. Moslehi) (2011)
  35. Tax and Transfer Tensions: Designing Direct Tax Structures. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp. xvi+377 (2011)

Edited books

  1. The Economics of Unemployment in Britain. London: Butterworths. pp. xvi+263 (1981).
  2. The Economics of Labour. London: Butterworths. pp. ix+228 (with R.B. Thomas) (1982).
  3. Economic Analysis in Historical Perspective. London: Butterworths. pp. ix+228 (with D.P. O'Brien) (1984). [Reprinted in 1992. Aldershot: Gregg Revivals]
  4. Foundations of Economic Thought. Oxford: Basil Blackwell. pp. xiii+406 (1990).
  5. Recent Developments in Game Theory. Aldershot: Edward Elgar. pp. viii+221. (with J. Borland and J. Eichberger) (1992).
  6. Industrial Concentration and Economic Inequality: Essays in Honour of Peter Hart. Aldershot: Edward Elgar. pp. xx+235 (with M. C. Casson) (1993).
  7. Launhardt's Mathematical Principles of Economics. (English Translation with Introduction). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp. vii+192 (1993).
  8. Chaos and Non-Linear Models in Economics. Aldershot: Edward Elgar. pp. xii+228 (with V. L. Martin) (1994). [Reprinted in 1996]
  9. Taxation, Poverty and Income Distribution. Aldershot: Edward Elgar. pp. ix+255 (1994). [Reprinted in 1997]
  10. The Economics of Ageing. Aldershot: Edward Elgar. pp. xxii+623 (1995).
  11. Nonlinear Models in Economics: Cross-Sectional, Time Series and Neural Network Applications. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. pp. viiii+284 (with V. L. Martin) (1997).
  12. Economic Welfare: Concepts and Measurement, Vol. 1. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. pp. xliii+348 (1999).
  13. Economic Welfare: Concepts and Measurement, Vol. 2. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. pp. xiv+530 (1999).
  14. From Classical Economics to The Theory of the Firm: Essays in Honour of D.P. O'Brien. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. pp. xiv+306 (with R. Backhouse) (1999).
  15. Dynamics of Inequality and Poverty: Research on Economic Inequality, Vol. 13. Amsterdam: Elsevier. pp. xii+356 (with G. Kalb) (2006).
  16. New Developments in the Economics of Population Ageing. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. pp. xiv+661 (with R. Guest) (2007).
  17. Taxation and the Promotion of Human Happiness: An Essay by George Warde Norman. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. pp. xlii+209 (with D.P. O'Brien) (2009).

Book chapters

  1. Pension Schemes and the Limits to Redistribution. In The Limits to Redistribution (ed. by D. Collard, R. Lecomber and M. Slater), pp. 103-118. Bristol: Scientechnica for the Colston Research Society. (1980)
  2. The Distribution of Cohort Incomes in Sweden 1960-1973. In The Statics and Dynamics of Earnings (ed. by N. Klevmarken and J. A. Lybeck), pp. 55-80. Bristol: Tieto (with P. E. Hart, A. Jonsson and A. Klevmarken). (1981)
  3. Income Mobility in Great Britain and Sweden. In The Statics and Dynamics of Earnings (ed. by N. Klevmarken and J. A. Lybeck), pp. 195-211. Bristol: Tieto (with P. E. Hart and A. Klevmarken). (1981)
  4. Francis Ysidro Edgeworth. In Pioneers of Modern Economics in Britain (ed. by D. P. O'Brien and J. R. Presley), pp. 72-104. London: Macmillan. (1981) [Translated into Japanese in 1987]
  5. Introduction to The Economics of Unemployment in Britain. In The Economics of Unemployment in Britain (ed. by J. Creedy), pp. 1-16. London: Butterworths (1981)
  6. Introduction to the Economics of Labour. In The Economics of Labour (ed. by J. Creedy and B. Thomas), pp. 1-13. London: Butterworths (1982) (with B. Thomas). [Part of this was reprinted under the title `The Idiosyncracies of Labour' in Contemporary Issues in Labour Economics (ed. by K. Whitfield), pp. 6-8. Sydney: Harper and Row (1989).]
  7. Public Finance. In Economic Analysis in Historical Perspective (ed. by J. Creedy and D. P. O'Brien), pp. 84-116. London: Butterworths (1984). [Reprinted in 1992. Aldershot: Gregg Revivals]
  8. The New Pension Scheme in Britain. In The Economics of Social Security (ed. by A. W. Dilnot and I. Walker), pp. 224-238. Oxford: Oxford University Press (1989) (with R. Disney).
  9. Public and Private Partnerships in Social Security Provision: Recent UK Policy. In The Political Economy of Social Security (ed. by G. Gustafsson and N. Klevmarken), pp. 211-235. Amsterdam: North Holland (1989) (with R. Disney).
  10. Commentary on English Speaking Pioneers in Value and Distribution Theory. In Neoclassical Economic Theory 1870-1930, (ed by K. Hennings and W. Samuels), pp. 52-58. Kluwer Academic Publishing (1990).
  11. Marshall and International Trade. In Centenary Essays on Alfred Marshall (ed. by J. K. Whitaker), pp. 79-107. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (1990)
  12. Increasing the time period in the measurement of inequality. In Research on Economic Inequality, Vol. 2. (ed. by D. J. Stottje), pp. 1-30. New York: JAI Press (1992).
  13. Social security expenditure. In Public Sector Growth: Theories and International Evidence (ed. by N. Gemmell), pp. 155-169. Aldershot: Edward Elgar (1993).
  14. Higher education: grants, taxation and lifetime inequality. In Concentration and Inequality: Essays in Honour of Peter Hart (ed. by M. C. Casson and J. Creedy), pp. 69-84. Aldershot: Edward Elgar (1993) (with P. Francois).
  15. The role of selectivity in consumption taxation. In Fightback! An Economic Assessment (ed. by J. G. Head), pp. 83-95. Sydney: Australian Tax Research Foundation (1993).
  16. The strange attraction of chaos in economics. In Chaos and Non-Linear Models in Economics (ed by J. Creedy and V. L. Martin), pp. 7-29. Aldershot: Edward Elgar (1994) (with V. L. Martin).
  17. Multiple equilibria in simple exchange models. In Chaos and Non-Linear Models in Economics (ed by J. Creedy and V. L. Martin), pp. 87-99. Aldershot: Edward Elgar (1994) (with V. Martin).
  18. A model of the distribution of prices. In Chaos and Non-Linear Models in Economics (ed by J. Creedy and V. L. Martin), pp. 100-112. Aldershot: Edward Elgar (1994) (with V. L. Martin).
  19. Non-linearities and the long-run real exchange rate distribution. In Chaos and Non-Linear Models in Economics (ed by J. Creedy and V. L. Martin), pp. 196-211. Aldershot: Edward Elgar (1994) (with J. Lye and V. L. Martin).
  20. Taxation and the distribution of lifetime income. In Taxation, Poverty and Income Distribution (ed. by J. Creedy), pp. 140-162. Aldershot: Edward Elgar (1994) (with L. Cameron).
  21. Individual and Population Ageing. In The Economics of Ageing (ed. by J. Creedy), pp. xiii-xxii Aldershot: Edward Elgar (1995).
  22. Measuring income inequality and tax progressivity: an introduction. In Equity, Efficiency and Welfare Comparisons, pp. 161-187. Melbourne: Industry Commission (1996).
  23. The choice of early retirement age and the Australian superannuation system. In Early Retirement Seminar, pp. 161-193. Canberra: Australian Government Publishing Services (1996) (with M. E. Atkinson).
  24. Nonlinear modelling: an introduction. In Nonlinear Models in Economics: Cross-Sectional, Time Series and Neural Network Applications (ed. by J. Creedy and V. L. Martin), pp. 1-28. Aldershot: Edward Elgar (1997) (with V. L. Martin).
  25. A model of income distribution. In Nonlinear Models in Economics: Cross-Sectional, Time Series and Neural Network Applications (ed. by J. Creedy and V. L. Martin), pp. 29-46. Aldershot: Edward Elgar (1997) (with J. Lye and V. L. Martin).
  26. Age and the distribution of earnings. In Nonlinear Models in Economics: Cross-Sectional, Time Series and Neural Network Applications (ed. by J. Creedy and V. L. Martin), pp. 111-128. Aldershot: Edward Elgar (1997) (with A. Bakker).
  27. A model of the real exchange rate. In Nonlinear Models in Economics: Cross-Sectional, Time Series and Neural Network Applications (ed. by J. Creedy and V. L. Martin), pp. 143-160. Aldershot: Edward Elgar (1997) (with J. Lye and V. Martin).
  28. Poverty and inequality comparisons of alternative tax structures. In Research on Economic Inequality, Vol. 7: Inequality and Taxation (ed. by S. Zandvakili), pp. 61-85. New York: JAI Press (1997)
  29. Simplifying superannuation taxation: the implications for lifetime equity. In Taxation Towards 2000 (ed. by J. Head and R. Krever), pp.323-348. Sydney: Australian Tax Research Foundation (1997) (with M. E. Atkinson and D. M. Knox).
  30. F. Y. Edgeworth. In Handbook of Economic Methodology (ed. by J. B. Davis, D. W. Hands and U. Mäki), pp.153-156. Aldershot: Edward Elgar (1998).
  31. Measuring the welfare effects of price changes using the LES, with an application to a carbon tax. In Income, Inequality, Poverty and Economic Welfare (ed. by D.J. Slottje and B. Raj), pp. 125-149. New York: Physica-Verlag (1998) (with A. Cornwell).
  32. Measuring welfare changes: an introduction. In Economic Welfare: Concepts and Measurement (ed. by J. Creedy), pp. ix-xliii. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar (1999).
  33. Distributional preferences and the extended Gini measure of inequality. In Advances in Econometrics, Income Distribution and Scientific Methodology: Essays in Honor of Camilo Dagum (ed. by D. J. Slottje), pp. 241-267. New York: Physica-Verlag. (1999) (with S. Hurn).
  34. Measuring welfare changes and the excess burden of taxation. In Advances in Econometrics, Income Distribution and Scientific Methodology: Essays in Honor of Camilo Dagum (ed. by D. J. Slottje), pp. 103-169. New York: Physica-Verlag. (1999).
  35. Denis O'Brien's contribution to economics and the history of economic thought. In From Classical Economics to The Theory of the Firm: Essays in Honour of D.P. O'Brien. (ed. by R. Backhouse and J. Creedy), pp. 1-13. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar (1999) (with R. Backhouse).
  36. The theory of exchange in retrospect. In From Classical Economics to The Theory of the Firm: Essays in Honour of D.P. O'Brien (ed. by R. Backhouse and J. Creedy), pp. 154-174. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar (1999).
  37. Population ageing and the growth of social expenditure. In Policy Implications of The Ageing of Australia's Population, pp. 229-250. Melbourne: Productivity Commission (1999).
  38. The temporary versus the permanently poor: measuring poverty in a two-period model. In Fifty Years of Development Economics: Essays in Honour of P.R. Brahmananda (ed. by A. Vasudevan, D. M. Nachane and A. V. Karnik), pp. 92-103. Bombay: Himalaya Publishing House (1999) (with V. Borooah).
  39. Lifetime versus annual income distribution. In Handbook on Income Inequality Measurement (ed. by J. Silber), pp. 513-533. Kluwer Academic Publishing. (1999)
  40. Behavioural microsimulation methods for policy analysis. In Taxes, Transfers and Labour Market Responses: What Can Microsimulation Tell Us? (ed. by T. Callan), pp. 23-58. Dublin: Economic and Social Research Institute (2000) (with A. S. Duncan).
  41. D.P. O'Brien's contribution to the history of economic analysis. In Historians of Economics and Economic Thought: The Construction of Disciplinary Memory (ed. by S.G. Medema and W.J. Samuels), pp. 244-263. (2001)
  42. Alfred Marshall. In Routledge Encyclopedia of International Political Economy, Vol. 2 (ed. by R.J.B. Jones), pp. 984-986. London: Routledge. (2002).
  43. J. S. Mill. In Routledge Encyclopedia of International Political Economy, Vol. 2 (ed. by R.J.B. Jones), pp. 1021-1023. London: Routledge. (2002).
  44. Non-uniform consumption taxes: a blunt redistributive instrument? In Fiscal Policy, Inequality and Welfare: Research in Economic Inequality, Volume 10. (ed. by Y. Amiel and J. Bishop), pp. 1-19. JAI Press (2003).
  45. Evaluating the income distribution effects of tax reforms in discrete hours models. In Research in Economic Inequality, Volume 12 (ed. by Y. Amiel and J. Bishop), pp. 199-226. JAI Press (2004) (with G. Kalb and R. Scutella).
  46. Survey reweighting for tax microsimulation modelling. In Research in Economic Inequality, Volume12 (ed. by Y. Amiel and J. Bishop), pp. 229-249. JAI Press (2004).
  47. Behavioural microsimulation modelling with the Melbourne Institute Tax and Transfer Simulator (MITTS): uses and extensions. In Quantitative Tools for Microeconomic Policy Analysis, pp. 247-292. Canberra: AGPS. (2005) (with G. Kalb)
  48. The theory of international trade. In Elgar Companion to Alfred Marshall (ed. by T. Raffaelli, G. Becattini and M. Dardi), pp. 453-458. Edward Elgar (2006)
  49. The barter controversy. In Elgar Companion to Alfred Marshall (ed. by T. Raffaelli, G. Becattini and M. Dardi), pp. 466-469. Edward Elgar (2006)
  50. F. Y. Edgeworth (1845-1926). In The New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics (ed. by S.N. Durlauf and L.E. Blume), pp. 733-746. London: Palgrave Macmillan (2008).
  51. The Edgeworth Box. In Famous Diagrams and Figures in Economics (ed. by M. Blaug and P.J. Lloyd), pp. 233-238. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar (2010)
  52. The role of numbers in competition. In Famous Diagrams and Figures in Economics (ed. by M. Blaug and P.J. Lloyd), pp. 239-244. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar (2010).
  53. Preface. In Francis Ysidro Edgeworth: Portrait with Family and Friends, by L. Barbé, pp. xii-xviii. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar (2010).
  54. The personal income tax structure: theory and policy. In Tax Reform in Open Economies: International and Country Perspectives (ed. by I. Claus, N. Gemmell, M. Harding and D. White), pp. 137-165. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar (2010).
  55. William Stanley Jevons. In Handbook of the History of Economic Thought: Volume 1 Great Economists Since Petty and Boisguilbert (ed. by G. Faccarello and H.D. Kurz), pp. 262-267. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar (2016).
  56. Philip Henry Wicksteed. In Handbook of the History of Economic Thought: Volume 1 Great Economists Since Petty and Boisguilbert (ed. by G. Faccarello and H.D. Kurz), pp. 311-314. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar (2016).
  57. Francis Ysidro Edgeworth. In Handbook of the History of Economic Thought: Volume 1 Great Economists Since Petty and Boisguilbert (ed. by G. Faccarello and H.D. Kurz), pp. 315-319. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar (2016).
  58. English Marginalism. In Handbook of the History of Economic Thought: Volume 2 Schools of Thought in Economics (ed. by G. Faccarello and H.D. Kurz), pp. 274-280. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar (2016).
  59. Microfinance and joint-liability lending. In Handbook of Finance and Sustainability (ed. by S. Boubaker, D. Cumming and D. Nguyen ).  Cheltenham: Edward Elgar (forthcoming).

Journal articles

  1. A problem in the estimation of double-log Engel curves. Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, 35, no. 3, pp. 217-222 (1973).
  2. Inter-regional mobility: a cross-section analysis. Scottish Journal of Political Economy, 21, no.1, pp. 41-53 (1974).
  3. Income changes over the life cycle. Oxford Economic Papers, 26, no.3, pp. 405-523 (1974). [Reprinted in The Economics of Ageing (ed. by J. Creedy), pp. 37-55. Aldershot: Edward Elgar (1995)]
  4. The chemist's earnings: past and future. Chemistry in Britain, 10, no.2, pp. 50-53 (1974).
  5. Chemists - worth less? Chemistry in Britain, 11, no.4, pp. 140-143 (1975).
  6. Aggregation and the distribution of income. Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, 37, no.3, pp. 91-101 (1975).
  7. 7. The principle of transfers and the variance of logarithms. Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, 39, no.2, pp. 153-158 (1977).
  8. The distribution of lifetime earnings. Oxford Economic Papers, 29, no.3, pp. 412-429 (1977). [Reprinted in Income Distribution: Description, Measurement, Shape, Dynamics, (ed. by. M. Sattinger), Vol. I, pp. 468-485). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar (2001)]
  9. Pareto and the distribution of income. Review of Income and Wealth, 23, no.4, pp. 405-411 (1977). [Reprinted in Income Distribution: Description, Measurement, Shape, Dynamics, (ed. by. M. Sattinger), Vol. I, pp. 241-247). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar (2001)]
  10. Chemists - a multivariate analysis. Chemistry in Britain, 13, no.4, pp. 146-148 (1977).
  11. The analysis of changes in earnings. Economic Journal, 88, pp. 126-133 (1978).
  12. Negative income taxes and income redistribution. Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, 40, no. 4, pp. 363-369 (1978).
  13. The inequality of earnings and the accounting period. Scottish Journal of Political Economy, 26, no.1 pp. 89-96 (1979).
  14. Age and the distribution of earnings. Economic Journal, 89, no.2, pp. 280-293 (with P. E. Hart) (1979).
  15. Edgeworth's contribution to the theory of exchange. Scottish Journal of Political Economy, 26, no.2 pp. 163-181 (1979).
  16. The analysis of trade unions and relative wages. Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, 31, no.2, pp. 235-238 (1979).
  17. Income averaging and progressive taxation. Journal of Public Economics, 12, pp. 387-397 (1979).
  18. Some recent interpretations of Mathematical Psychics. History of Political Economy, 12, pp. 267-276 (1980). [Reprinted in Alfred Marshall and Francis Edgeworth (ed. by M. Blaug), pp. 166-175. Aldershot; Edward Elgar (l992).]
  19. The new government pension scheme: a simulation analysis. Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, 42, pp. 51-64 (1980).
  20. The early use of Lagrange multipliers in economics. Economic Journal, 90, pp. 371-376 (1980).
  21. Changes in labour market states in Great Britain. Scottish Journal of Political Economy, 28, pp. 76-85 (with R. Disney) (1981).
  22. Education versus cash redistribution: a comment. Journal of Public Economics, 15, no.1, pp. 269-272 (1981).
  23. Eligibility for unemployment benefits in Great Britain. Oxford Economic Papers, 33, no.2, pp. 256-273 (with R. Disney) (1981).
  24. Taxation and national insurance contributions in Britain. Journal of Public Economics, 15, no.2, pp. 379-388 (1981).
  25. Professional chemists: the first three jobs. Chemistry in Britain, 18, no.5 pp. 352-358 (with K. Whitfield) (1982).
  26. The British State pension: contributions, benefits and indexation. Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, 44, no.2, pp. 97-112 (1982).
  27. The changing burden of national insurance contributions and income taxation in Britain. Scottish Journal of Political Economy, 29, pp. 127-138 (1982).
  28. Some analytics of income tax/transfer schemes. Journal of Economic Studies, 9, no.3, pp. 30-39 (1982).
  29. The built-in flexibility of progressive income taxes: a simple model. Public Finance, 37, no.2, pp. 361-371 (with N. Gemmell) (1982).
  30. Firm formation in manufacturing industry. Applied Economics, 15, no.2, pp. 177-186 (with P.S. Johnson) (1983). [Reprinted in The Formation and Development of Small Business: Issues and Evidence, by Peter Johnson, pp. 27-36. London: Routledge (2008)]
  31. F.Y. Edgeworth's mathematical training. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society (Series A), 146, no.2, pp. 158-162 (1983). [Reprinted in Alfred Marshall and Francis Edgeworth (ed. by M. Blaug), pp. 243-347. Aldershot; Edward Elgar (l992).]
  32. Income redistribution through taxes and transfers in Britain. Scottish Journal of Political Economy, 31, pp. 44-59 (with N. Gemmell) (1984).
  33. F.Y. Edgeworth: utilitarianism and arbitration. History of Political Economy, 16, no.4, pp. 609-618 (1984). [Reprinted in Alfred Marshall and Francis Edgeworth (ed. by M. Blaug), pp. 309-314. Aldershot; Edward Elgar (l992).]
  34. The indexation of taxes and transfers in Britain. Manchester School, 55, no.4, pp. 364-384 (with N. Gemmell) (1985).
  35. Earnings and job mobility: professional chemists in Britain. Journal of Economic Studies, 13, no.2, pp. 23-37 (with K. Whitfield) (1986).
  36. On the King-Davenant law of demand. Scottish Journal of Political Economy, 33, no.3 pp. 193-212 (1986). [Reprinted in Pre-Classical Economists, 1: Charles Davenant and William Petty (ed. by M. Blaug), pp. 193-208. Aldershot: Edward Elgar (1991).]
  37. Variations in earnings and responsibility. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society (Series A), 150, no.1, pp. 57-68 (1987).
  38. What is your next move? Chemistry in Britain, 23, no.10, pp. 980-981 (1987).
  39. Job mobility and earnings: an internal labour market approach. The Journal of Industrial Relations, no.1, pp. 100-117 (with K. Whitfield) (1988).
  40. Wicksell on Edgeworth's tax paradox. Scandinavian Journal of Economics, 90, no.1 pp. 101-112 (1988). [Reprinted in Knut Wicksell (ed. by M. Blaug), pp. 346-357. Aldershot: Edward Elgar (1992).]
  41. The new pension scheme in Britain. Fiscal Studies, 9, no.2, pp. 57-71 (with R. Disney) (1988).
  42. Taxation and compensation to dependents of accident victims. International Review of Law and Economics, pp. 85-95 (1988).
  43. The economic analysis of internal labour markets. Bulletin of Economic Research, 40, no.4, pp. 247-269 (with K. Whitfield) (1988).
  44. Earnings comparisons between generations: some alternative approaches. Manchester School, 56, no.3, pp. 268-281 (1988).
  45. Demographic effects and aggregation in a life-cycle model. Metroeconomica, 39, no.1, pp. 67-81 (1988).
  46. Earnings and job mobility over the life cycle: internal and external processes. International Journal of Manpower, 9, no.2, pp. 8-16 (with K. Whitfield) (1988).
  47. Can we afford to grow older: population aging and social security. European Economic Review, 33, pp. 367-376, (with R. Disney) (1989).
  48. Cohort and cross-sectional earnings profiles: scientists in Britain and Australia. Journal of Economic Studies, 15, no.1, pp. 44-52 (1989).
  49. The twin pillar approach to social insurance in the UK. Scottish Journal of Political Economy, 36, pp. 113-124. (with R. Disney). (1989)
  50. Whewell's `translation' of J. S. Mill. Scottish Journal of Political Economy, 36, pp. 266-281 (1989).
  51. Trade unions, wages and taxation. Fiscal Studies, 10, no.3, pp. 50-59. (with I. M. McDonald) (1989).
  52. The Australian pension scheme: some basic analytics. Economic Record, 65, pp. 357-368. (with R. Disney) (1989).
  53. Measuring wealth in a simple two-period model. Journal of Econometrics, 43, pp. 167-177 (1990).
  54. Marshall and Edgeworth. Scottish Journal of Political Economy, 37, no.1, pp. 18-39 (1990). [Reprinted in Alfred Marshall: Critical Assessments Second Series, Vol. VII (ed. by J. C. Wood), pp. 316-337. London: Routledge].
  55. A tax package to reduce the marginal rate of income tax and wage demands of trade unions. Economic Record, 66, pp. 195-202 (with I. M. McDonald) (1990).
  56. Pension schemes and incentives: case studies from Australia and the U.K. Australian Economic Review, 1'90, pp. 23-31 (with R. Disney) (1990).
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