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Mrs Thatcher"s economic policies 1979-1987.

Kent Matthews

Mrs Thatcher"s economic policies 1979-1987.

by Kent Matthews

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Written in English


Edition Notes

Taken from Economic policy, vol.5, 1987, pp. 59-101.

SeriesEconomic policy -- v.5
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19692923M


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Mrs Thatcher introduced revolutionary economic policies which had a deep impact on the UK economy. They were characterised by a belief in free-markets, an effort to reduce state intervention in the economy, reduce the power of trade unions and tackle inflation.

Her main policies included. Monetarism (mostly ) Privatisation of state-owned. Mrs Thatcher's Economic Policies — Kent Matthews and Patrick Minford.

Mrs Thatcher inherited a weak economy whose poor performance she attributed to policies of cosy consensus, lax discipline, high inflation, and pervasive inefficiency.

These she sought to banish by: Mrs Thatcher's Economic Policies Kent Matthews and Patrick Minford University of Liverpool Mrs Thatcher's economic policies since represent a deliberate reversal of the post-war consensus in Britain.

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