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Learning and Change in 20th-Century British Economic Policy
Despite considerable interest in the means by which policy learning occurs, and in how it is that the framework of policy may be subject to radical change, the “black box” of economic policy makingExpand
Policy networks and policy learning: UK economic policy in the 1960s and 1970s
Policy networks are advanced as an alternative to the Westminster model of the UK polity but the theory lacks an internal dynamic and has typological problems. This article applies Peter Hall’sExpand
‘What matters is what works’: Labour's journey from ‘national superannuation’ to ‘personal accounts’
A key element of Labour's response to the Pensions Commission's recommendations for ‘a new pension settlement for the twenty-first century’ is a system of ‘personal accounts’ that will beExpand
Motor speech signature of behavioral variant frontotemporal dementia
The speech signature of patients with bvFTD is characterized by a reduced rate and accuracy on alternating syllable production tasks, and prosodic deficits including reduced speech rate, prolonged intervals, and use of short phrases, which should be considered during disease management. Expand
Economic policy and practice
The Failure of ‘Nationalization by Attraction’: Britain's Cross‐Class Alliance Against Earnings‐Related Pensions in the 1950s
In 1957, the Labour Party published radical proposals for a state earnings‐related pension scheme (‘national superannuation’) whose funds were to be invested in stock markets to generate highExpand