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Bracewell-Milnes, (John) Barry


BRACEWELL-MILNES, (John) Barry. British, b. 1931. Genres: Economics. Career: Freelance writer and economic consultant. Economic Adviser, Institute of Directors, London, 1973-96. Sr. Research Fellow, Institute of Economic Affairs, London, 1989-92. Economist, Iron and Steel Board, London, 1960-63, and Federation of British Industries, London, 1964-65; Assistant Economic Director, 1965-67, Deputy Economic Director, 1967-68, and Economic Director, 1968-73, Confedn. of British Industry, London. Publications: The Measurement of Fiscal Policy, 1971; Saving and Switching, 1971; Pay and Price Control Guide, 1973; Is Capital Taxation Fair?, 1974; Economic Integration in East and West, 1976; The Camel's Back, 1976; (with J.C.L. Huiskamp) Investment Incentives, 1977; (with others) International Tax Avoidance, vols. A and B 1978-79; Tax Avoidance and Evasion, 1979; The Economics of International Tax Avoidance, 1980; The Taxation of Industry, 1981; Land and Heritage, 1982; A Market in Corporation Tax Losses, 1983; Smoking and Personal Choice, 1985; The Public Sector Borrowing Requirement, 1985; Are Equity Markets Short-Sighted?, 1987; Caring for the Countryside, 1987; Taxes on Spending, 1988; (with B. Sutherland) A Capital Offence, 1989; Capital Gains Tax, 1989: A Tax on Trade, 1989; The Wealth of Giving, 1989; An ACT against Trade, 1992; False Economy, 1993; (with R. Carnaghan) Testing the Market, 1993; A Disorderly House, 1993; Will to Succeed, 1994; A House Divided, 1994; Captive Capital, 1995; A Pool of Resources, 1996; Capital Punishment, 1998; Is a Mast a Must?, 2001; Euthanasia for Death Duties, 2002. Address: 26 Lancaster Ct, Banstead, Surrey SM7 1RR, England.

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