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Martin Ricketts

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Martin Ricketts
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Martin Ricketts est professeur d'organisation économique et Doyen des Sciences humaines à l'université de Buckingham (UK). Il fut économiste au Groupe de politique industrielle de 1970 à 1972. Puis, il fut sollicité pour devenir chercheur à l'Institut de recherche économique et Sociale à l'Université de York de 1974 à 1977. Il a soutenu sa thèse en 1980 à l'université de York sur le thème de la politique économique du logement [The political economy of rented housing in the UK]. Martin Ricketts a écrit des articles dans le Scottish Journal of Political Economy, dans le Scandinavian Journal of Economics, et dans Economic Affairs, entre autres.

Dans un article dans Economic Affairs en 1986, il écrit que le terme d'économie de l'offre fut la cause de nombreuses confusions. Martin Ricketts révèle que les mesures politiques de l'économie de l'offre englobent à la fois les réformes institutionnelles aussi bien que les réductions fiscales. Par exemple, la politique de privatisation, par le gouvernement, crée des droits de propriété inaliénables qui permettent d'améliorer l'efficacité économique et de réduire le pouvoir discrétionnaire de l'État.

Bien que très différentes dans leur structure, les théories classiques et néo-classiques mettent fortement l'accent sur les notions d'état «naturel» ou «d'équilibre», précise Martin Ricketts. L'économie, en tant que science sociale fut donc fortement influencée par la méthode de Newton, le calcul mathématique des conséquences prévisibles de la stabilité des forces naturelles. Selon Martin Ricketts, l'entrepreneur peut plus facilement trouver une place dans une conception évolutionniste de l'économie.

Publications

  • 1975, avec Alan T. Peacock, International linkage models and the public sector, Public Finance, 30.3, pp289-312
  • 1976, The economics of the rent allowance, Scottish Journal of Political Economy, 23.3, pp235-260
  • 1978,
    • a. avec Michael G. Webb, Pricing and standards in the control of pollution, Scandinavian Journal of Economics, 80.1, pp53-61
    • b. Adam Smith and the economics of bureaucracy, In: The Economics of Politics I.E.A. Readings n°18, pp172-182
    • c. Commentaire de l'article de John Burton, Trade unions, public goods or public bads?, I.E.A. Readings No. 17
    • d. avec Alan T. Peacock, The growth of the public sector and inflation, In: F. Hirsch et J. H. Goldthorpe, dir., The political economy of inflation, pp117-l36
  • 1980,
    • a. avec Michael G. Webb, The economics of energy, Macmillan
    • b. avec Alan T. Peacock et G. K. Shaw et al., Structural economic policies in West Germany and the United Kingdom, Anglo-German Foundation for the Study of Industrial Society
  • 1981,
    • a. Housing policy: towards a public choice perspective, Journal of Public Policy, 1.4, pp501-22
    • b. Tax theory and tax policy, In: Alan T. Peacock et F. Forte, dir., The political economy of taxation, pp29-46
    • c. avec Alan T. Peacock, The Structure of Public Finances of the United Kingdom, In: Fritz Neumark et J.C.M. Mohr, dir., Handbuch der Finanzwissenschaft : Third Revised and Enlarged Edition
    • d. Housing and Hidden Subsidies, Journal of Economic Affairs, Vol 1, n°4, pp239-241
    • e. Blacking coal, Public Money, 1 (2), 10


  • 1982,
    • a. A model of the furnished rented housing market under regulation, Scottish Journal of Political Economy, 29.1, Feb., pp1-21
    • b. A politico-financial model of local authority rents and rate fund contributions in the U.K. Public Choice, 39.3, pp399-414
    • c. avec Alan T. Peacock, Too many town hall staff ?, London: Federation of Civil Engineering Contractors
  • 1983, Local authority housing investment and finance: A test of the theory of regulation, Manchester School 51.1, pp45-62
  • 1984,
    • a. On the simple macroeconomics of tax evasion: an elaboration of the Peacock-Shaw Approach, Public Finance, 39.3, pp420-424
    • b. avec Alan T. Peacock et J. R. Robinson, dir., The regulation game: How British and West German companies bargain with government, Oxford: Basil Blackwell
  • 1985,
    • a. The subsidy as a purely normative concept, Journal of Public Policy, Vol 5, n°3, pp401-411
    • b. Rent control and the private rented sector, The Economic Review, 2 (3), pp33-38
  • 1986,
    • a. Lets Into Leases, Policy Study no. 81, London: Centre for Policy Studies
    • b. The geometry of principal and agent: Yet another use for the Edgeworth Box, Scottish Journal of Political Economy, 33.3, pp228-248
    • c. avec Alan T. Peacock, Bargaining and the regulatory system, International Review of Law and Economics, Autumn, 6 (1), pp3-16
    • d. Lets into leases: The political economy of rent deregulation centre for policy studies, Policy Study, No. 81, November
    • e. Supply side economics and budgetary policy, Economic Affairs, 6 (6), pp22-24
    • f. The politics of housing unmasked, Economic Affairs, 7 (1), pp40-43
  • 1987,
    • a. The economics of business enterprise, Wheatsheaf Books Ltd
      • Seconde édition en 1994, The economics of business enterprise: an introduction to economic organisation and the theory of the firm New York: Harvester Wheatsheaf
      • Troisième édition en 2002, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar
    • b. Rent Seeking, Entrepreneurship, Subjectivism, and Property Rights, Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics, Vol 143, n°3, pp457—466
    • c. Why do corporations distribute assets?: A comment on a paper by Lewis De Alessi and Raymond P.H. Fishe, Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics, 43 (1), pp52-57
    • d. Radical reform, not piecemeal progress, a contribution to a symposium on funding education, Economic Affairs, 7 (4), p41
    • e. Public policy and the private rented sector of the housing market, Property Management, 5 (2), pp108-113
  • 1988,
    • a. Rent-seeking, entrepreneurship, subjectivism and property rights: A reply, Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics, 144 (5), pp894-895
    • b. dir., Neo-classical microeconomics, Schools of Thought in Economics, 3, Edward Elgar
    • c. Gardiner C. Means (An obituary), The Independent, 23 Feb
  • 1989,
    • a. The new institutional economics and the structure of the firm, Economic Affairs, 9 (4), pp23-26
    • b. avec Alan T. Peacock, Economic Analysis of Problems of Government Selective Aid, In: M. Neumann et K. W. Roskamp, dir., Public finance and performance of enterprises proceedings of the 43rd congress of the IIPF, pp197-210
    • c. Commentaire du livre de Michael Hechter, Principles of Group Solidarity, Journal of Economic Literature, June , 27 (2), pp601-603
  • 1991,
    • avec Alan T. Peacock, Government and industry. A Distance Learning Study Programme, Heriot-Watt Business School MBA Series, Pitman Press
      • Seconde édition en 1995, Edinburgh Business School, The Graduate School of Business, Heriot-Watt University
    • Europe's early money markets, commentaire du livre de Larry Neal, The Rise of Financial Capitalism, The Times Literary Supplement, 12 avril, p25
    • Commentaire du livre de Gordon Tullock, The Economics of Special Privilege and Rent Seeking, Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics, Sept, 147 (3), pp591-592
  • 1992,
    • a. Kirzner’s Theory of Entrepreneurship – A Critique, In: Bruce Caldwell et Stephan Boehm, dir., Austrian Economics: Tensions and New Directions, Boston et al: Kluwer, pp67-84
    • b. avec Edward Shoesmith, British economic opinion: Positive science or normative judgement?, American Economic Review, 82 (2), pp210-215
    • c. avec Alex Bowen, dir., Stimulating innovation in industry, National Economic Development Office Policy Issues Series, Cogan Page, London
    • d. avec Alex Bowen et A. Buxton, The economics of innovation: Setting the scene, In: Alex Bowen et Martin Ricketts, dir., Stimulating Innovation in Industry, London: Cogan Page, pp33-57
    • e. avec W. Eltis et D. Fraser, The lessons for Britain from the superior economic performance of Germany and Japan, National Westminster Bank Quarterly Review, Feb., pp2-22
    • f. Commentaire du livre de William Tucker, The Excluded Americans - Homelessness and Housing Policies, Policy, Spring, 8 (3), Centre for Independent Studies, St Leonards NSW, Australia, pp42-43


  • 1993,
    • a. Profits and economic performance, Britain and Overseas, 23 (2), pp15-22
    • b. Environmental regulation in the United States and the European Community: an economist's perspective. Forum for US - EC Legal-Economic Affairs, Issues in Restraint of Excessive Central Power, pp41-63
  • 1994,
    • a. avec Martha Prevezer, Corporate governance: the UK compared with Germany and Japan, In: N. Dimsdale et M. Prevezer, dir., Capital Markets and Corporate Governance. Oxford: Clarendon Press, pp237-256
    • b. Economic performance and profitability, In: T. Buxton, P. Chapman & P. Temple, dir., Britain's Economic Performance. London and New York: Routledge, Ch 10, pp176-190
    • c. Verdict on a White Paper, Parliamentary Brief, June / July, 2 (9), pp18-19
    • d. Public choice issues in social regulation, Economic Affairs, June, 14 (4), pp12-17
    • e. Housing without the state, Economic Affairs, October, 14 (5), pp22-23
    • f. Commentaire du livre de Gianfranco Mossetto, Aesthetics and Economics, Journal of Cultural Economics, 18 (2), pp163-164
  • 1995,
    • a. The Theory of Economic Organisation: Treasure Chest or Empty Box?, In: G. Sobbrio, dir., Modelli Organizzativi e Intervento Pubblico, pp35-60
    • b. Eulogy to an Economic Subversive, a review of Ronald H. Coase by Stephen Medema, The Times Higher Education Supplement, 26 mai, n°1177
  • 1996,
    • a. R.H. Coase, In: International Encyclopaedia of Business and Management, Vol.1. Thomson Business Press, pp625-630
    • b. Housing without the State, In: Arthur Seldon, dir., Re-Privatising Welfare: After The Lost Century, IEA Readings 45, Institute of Economic Affairs, pp39-49
  • 1997,
    • a. avec Ram Mudambi, dir., The organisation of the firm: international business perspectives. Routledge Studies in Business Organisation and Networks
    • b. Market theory, Competition and the stakeholder society. Stakeholding and its Critics, Choice in Welfare, n°36, Institute of Economic Affairs, pp56-69
    • c. avec Ram Mudambi, Economic organisation and the multinational firm, In: Ram Mudambi et Martin Ricketts, dir., The Organisation of the Firm: International Business Perspectives , Routledge Studies in Business Organisation and Networks, pp1-18
    • d. Commentaire du livre de Donald E. Campbell, Incentives - Motivation and the Economics of Information, Zeitschrift fur Nationalokonomie, 65 (2), pp230-232


  • 1998,
    • a. Privatisation and Regulation, In: Understanding Economic Behaviour: Firms, Households and Markets - Firms, Open University, ch6, pp175-210
    • b. Bargaining with regulators, In: Peter Newman, dir., The New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics and the Law, Vol 1, Macmillan Reference Limited, pp149-153
    • c. Coase, Ronald (1910-), In: M. Warner, dir., The Handbook of Management Thinking, International Thompson Business Press, pp134-139
    • d. Commentaire du livre de R. Towse, dir., Cultural Economics: The Arts, the Heritage and the Media Industries, Volumes I and II, The Economic Journal, September, 108 (450), pp1584-1586
    • e. Commentaire du livre de George Reisman, Capitalism: a treatise on economics, The Economic Journal, November, 108 (451), pp1892-1893
    • f. The Many Ways of Governance. London: Social Affairs Unit
  • 1999,
    • a. The many ways of governance: Perspectives on the control of the firm. Research Report No.31, Social Affairs Unit, London
    • b. Avant propos du livre de John Blundell et de C. Robinson, Regulation without the State, Occasional Paper 109, Institute of Economic Affairs, pp5-8
    • c. In honour of Arthur Seldon, Economic Affairs, 19 (3), p39
  • 2000,
    • a. The role of the state in making a market economy: Comment on a paper by Victor Nee, Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics, 156 (1), pp95-98
    • b. Competitive processes and the evolution of governance structures, Journal des Economistes et des Etudes Humaines, 10 (2&3), pp235-252
    • c. Housing policy and public choice, In: Alec K. Chrystal et Rupert Pennant-Rea, dir., Public Choice Analysis of Economic Policy, London, Macmillan Press, pp171-196
    • d. Public, In: Dictionary of Dangerous Words, London: Social Affairs Unit
  • 2001, Trust and economic organisation, Economic Affairs, 21 (1), pp18-22
  • 2002,
    • a. Commentaire du livre de Mark Casson, Information and organization: a new perspective on the theory of the firm, Economic Affairs 22 (2), pp61–62
  • 2003,
    • a. Alternative explanations for changes in ownership structures, Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics, 159 (4), pp688-697
    • b. The institutions of capitalism: perspectives on corporate governance, In: R. Mudambi, P. Navarra & G. Sobbrio, dir., Economic Welfare, International Business and Global Institutional Change, Cheltenham: Locke Institute & Edward Elgar Publishing, pp219-241
  • 2004,
    • a. Economic analysis and inter-jurisdictional competition, Economic Affairs, 24 (1), pp28-33
    • b. Further lessons from privatisation, Economic Affairs, 24 (3), pp9-14
    • c. "John Jewkes", In: D. Rutherford et al., dir., Biographical Dictionary of British Economists, Bristol: Thoemmes Continuum, pp600-607
  • 2005,
    • a. Property rights, incentives and privatisation, In: J. Clarke & S. Roy, dir., Margaret Thatcher's Revolution, London: Continuum
    • b. Coase Ronald (1910, ), In: Witzel Morgen, dir., The Biographical Directory of Management Vols I, Bristol: Thoemmes Press, pp82-85
  • 2006,
    • a. Theories of Entrepreneurship: Historical Development and Critical Assessment, In: Mark Casson et al, dir., The Oxford Handbook of Entrepreneurship, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp33-58
    • b. Economic regulation: principles, history and methods, In: M. Crew & D. Parker, dir., International Handbook on Economic Regulation, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp34-62
  • 2008, avec Geoffrey Wood, Prohibitions and economics: an overview, In: John Meadowcroft, dir., Prohibitions, London: IEA, pp37-53
  • 2014,
    • a. "Tribute to Norman Barry", In: Norman Barry et Roger Garrison, dir., "Elgar Companion to Hayekian Economics", Edward Elgar, ISBN 9780857931108 ISBN 0857931105
    • b. "Hayek and Economic Theory in the 1930s", In: Norman Barry et Roger Garrison, dir., "Elgar Companion to Hayekian Economics", Edward Elgar, ISBN 9780857931108 ISBN 0857931105
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