By Prof Richard Vedder & Prof Lowell Gallaway
In response to current debate, the report dispels the myth that a minimum wage increases living standards for unskilled workers. Research reveals how each minimum wage increase has destroyed jobs and increased unemployment, especially amongst teenagers, and non-whites - the groups it was supposed to help!
24pp 1995 ISBN: 1-873712-62-6 UK Price: £10 (£12 elsewhere)
By Sir Ralph Howell
Instead of giving people benefit when they do not work, we should be giving them more money if they do. Ralph Howell builds on the workfare principle and shows how to apply it in the UK.
34pp 1991 ISBN: 1-873712-00-6 UK Price: £15 (£17 elsewhere)
By Charles Hanson
Mrs Thatcher's trade union reforms from the Winter of Discontent through Grunwick, Wapping, and the Coal Strike - and their effect. We have much yet to learn about how to manage human resources in this new age.
179pp 1991 ISBN:0-333-55902-9 UK Price: £15 (£17 elsewhere)
By Michael G Bell
The report says employee share plans fail to motivate because they involve small stakes in large companies - Financial Times
62pp 1989 ISBN: 1-870109-69-4 UK Price: £28 (£30 elsewhere)
By Sir Ralph Howell
Can we end the perverse tax incentives that cause poverty?
31pp 1985 ISBN:0-906517-80-X UK Price: £5 (£6 elsewhere)
By lan Taylor, with a foreword by Louis Kelso
Tax changes would encourage the development of employee share ownership plans in Britain, says a report - Financial Times
33pp 1988 ISBN: 1-870109-39-2 UK Price: £16 (£18 elsewhere)
By Peter Young
Not a corporatist social charter for worker representation on company boards, but real worker ownership through company ESOP schemes.
42pp 1990 ISBN: 1-870109-73-2 UK Price: £20 (£22 elsewhere)
By Peter Stein
Could Sweden's benefit system be a model for UK workfare?
24pp 1989 ISBN:0-906517-29-9 UK Price: £5 (£6 elsewhere)
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