How can markets be made to function in the best interests of consumers and citizens? Are there any limits to the expansion of markets in the provision of public services? Is too much regulation stifling growth?
The onset of difficult economic conditions has posed important questions about the way in which markets work. But market reform issues determine how a country functions and shapes the society we live in. From the price we pay for our heating, to the financial products we can buy, to how we run our schools and hospitals. We all have a stake in the answers.