My papers on savings owed their origins to ideas I developed for my PhD thesis: “A Critique of the neo-Fisherian theory of saving”, awarded in 1979, using a political economy approach.

  1. “Institutional and other unconventional theories of saving”, Journal of Economic Issues, XXV, March 1991, 93-113.
  2. “Regional Differences in Personal Saving”, (with G. Hadjimatheou), Applied Economics, 22, July 1990, 933-945.
  3. “Occupational Pension Schemes and British Capitalism”, Cambridge Journal of Economics, 6(3), Sept. 1982, 267-283.
  4. “The Effect of Occupational Pension Schemes on Savings in the U.K.: A Test of the Life Cycle Hypothesis”, Economic ¬†Journal, 1981: March, 136-144
  5. “A Note on the Overestimated Importance of the Constant U.S. Savings Ratio”, Southern Economic Journal, 1980, October, 510-16.