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Johnston, Alison, Hancké, Bob and Pant, Suman (2014) Comparative institutional advantage in the European sovereign debt crisis. Comparative Political Studies, 47 (13). pp. 1771-1800. ISSN 0010-4140

Johnston, Alison and Barr, Nicholas (2013) Student loan reform, interest subsidies and costly technicalities: lessons from the UK experience. Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management, 35 (2). pp. 167-178. ISSN 1360-080X

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Johnston, Alison, Hancké, Bob and Pant, Suman (2013) Comparative institutional advantage in the European sovereign debt crisis. LSE 'Europe in Question' discussion paper series (66/2013). The London School of Economics and Political Science, London.

Johnston, Alison (2011) The revenge of Baumol's cost disease?: monetary union and the rise of public sector wage inflation. LSE 'Europe in Question' discussion paper series (32/2011). The London School of Economics and Political Science, London.

Barr, Nicholas and Johnston, Alison (2010) Interest subsidies on student loans: a better class of drain. CEE discussion papers (CEEDP0114). Centre for the Economics of Education, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Online resource

Johnston, Alison (2016) Backlash against the status quo does not always lead to positive-sum gains. LSE Brexit (30 Jun 2016). Blog Entry.

Johnston, Alison and Regan, Aidan (2014) The absence of national adjustment tools is the reason why Eurozone countries continue to struggle. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (22 Sep 2014). Blog Entry.

Johnston, Alison (2014) The wrong solution for the wrong problem: why Europe needs to shift away from fiscal policy and focus on labor markets. LSE New European Trade Unions (27 Feb 2014). Blog Entry.

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