National Institute Economic Review: July 2005

Publication date: 29 Jul 2005 | Publication type: National Institute Economic Review | Journal: National Institute Economic Review No. 193

The National Institute Economic Review is the quarterly journal of the National Institute of Economic and Social Research, published quarterly in January, April, July and October of each year. Each edition includes detailed forecasts of both UK and World economies, commentary on current issues, a comprehensive statistical appendix and articles by NIESR researchers and external authors.

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The July 2005 edition of the National Institute Economic Review contains (click for summaries):

<ul><li><a href="/pubs/searchdetail.php?PublicationID=633">UK Economy Forecast</a></li>

<li><a href="/pubs/searchdetail.php?PublicationID=634">World Economy Forecast</a></li>

<li><a href="/pubs/searchdetail.php?PublicationID=635">Pensions and Pensions Policy</a> - Simon Broadbent, Justin van de Ven and Martin Weale</li>

<li><a href="/pubs/searchdetail.php?PublicationID=636">How forecasts evolve: the growth forecasts of the Federal Reserve and the Bank of England</a> - William A. Allen and Terence Mills</li>

<li><a href="/pubs/searchdetail.php?PublicationID=637">The National Institute density forecasts of inflation</a> - James Mitchell </li>

<li><a href="/pubs/searchdetail.php?PublicationID=638">Forecast Comparisons</a> - Ray Barrell, Simon Kirby and Robert Metz</li>

<li><a href="/pubs/searchdetail.php?PublicationID=639">The return to a university education in Great Britain</a> - Nigel C. O'Leary and Peter J. Sloane</li>

<li><a href="/pubs/searchdetail.php?PublicationID=640">Assessing the performance of local government</a> - Philip Andrew Stevens</li>

<li><a href="/pubs/searchdetail.php?PublicationID=641">The superior educational attainments of pupils in religious foundation schools in England</a> - S.J. Prais</li></ul>