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Pepper, Gordon and Oliver, Michael J. (2006). The liquidity theory of asset prices. Wiley Finance. John Wiley and Sons, Ltd.

Aldcroft, Derek H. and Oliver, Michael J. (2000). Trade Unions and the Economy: 1870–2000. Modern Economic and Social History. Ashgate Publishing Ltd.

Aldcroft, Derek H. and Oliver, Michael J. (1998). Exchange Rate Regimes in the Twentieth Century. Edward Elgar.

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Oliver, Michael J. and Aldcroft, Derek H. eds. (2007). Economic Disasters of the Twentieth Century. Edward Elgar.

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Entwistle, Michael and Oliver, Michael J. (2015). Jersey, a Small Island International Finance Center Adapting to Survive. In: Baldacchino, Godfrey ed. Entrepreneurship in Small Island States and Territories. Routledge, pp. 251–267.

Oliver, Michael J. (2014). The long road to 1981: British money supply targets from DCE to the MTFS. In: Needham, Duncan and Hotson, Anthony eds. Expansionary Fiscal Contraction: The Thatcher Government’s 1981 Budget in Perspective. Cambridge University Press, pp. 210–228.

Oliver, Michael J. (2009). Economic history and the international political economy. In: Blyth, Mark ed. Routledge Handbook of International Political Economy. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 280–289.

Oliver, Michael J. (2009). Researching contemporary monetary history. In: Flinn, Andrew and Jones, Harriet eds. Freedom of Information: Open Access or Empty Archives? Abingdon: Routledge.

Oliver, Michael J. (2008). From fixed to floating rates: the British experience, 1964–1972. In: Leeson, Robert ed. The Anti-Keynesian Tradition. Archival Insights into the Evolution of Economics. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 113–129.

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Oliver, Michael J. (2012). The two sterling crises of 1964: a comment on Newton. Economic History Review, 65(1) pp. 314–321.

Oliver, Michael J. (2011). The management of sterling, 1964–67. English Historical Review, 126(520) pp. 582–613.

Oliver, Michael J. and Pepper, Gordon (2009). Now is the time for quantitative easing. Parliamentary Brief

Bordo, Michael D.; MacDonald, Ronald and Oliver, Michael J. (2009). Sterling in crisis, 1964–67. European Review of Economic History, 13(3) pp. 437–459.

Oliver, Michael J. and Hamilton, Arran (2007). Downhill from devaluation: The battle for sterling, 1967–1972. The Economic History Review, 60(3) pp. 486–512.

Duina, Francesco and Oliver, Michael J. (2006). To the Rescue of National Parliaments: A Reply to Raunio. European Law Journal, 12(1) pp. 132–133.

Duina, Francesco and Oliver, Michael J. (2005). National Parliaments in the European Union: Are There Any Benefits to Integration? European Law Journal, 11(2) pp. 173–195.

Oliver, Michael J. and Pemberton, Hugh (2004). Learning and Change in 20th-Century British Economic Policy. Governance, 17(3) pp. 415–441.

Oliver, Michael J. (2001). In search of a nominal anchor. Economic Issues, 6(1) pp. 33–46.

Pepper, Gordon and Oliver, Michael J. (1999). Monetary targets: an unfinished experiment. Economic Affairs, 19(1) pp. 12–17.

Oliver, Michael J. (1999). The Macroeconomic Policies of Mr Lawson. Contemporary British History, 13(1) pp. 166–182.

Oliver, Michael J. (1997). The Conservative Years – Evolution or Revolution? Economic Review, 14(4) pp. 23–27.

Oliver, Michael J. (1996). Social learning and macroeconomic policy–making in the United Kingdom since 1979. Essays in Economic and Business History, 14 pp. 117–131.

Aldcroft, Derek H. and Oliver, Michael J. (1995). The legacy of the gold standard. Economic Review, 12(4) pp. 25–27.

Oliver, M. J. (1986). Christmas 1985: The Floods and High Winds in Kent. The Journal of Meteorology, 11(109) pp. 153–155.

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