IEA picks up an Oscar!

This year’s IEA’s Christmas card has been recognised in CityAM’s 2014 Corporate Christmas Card awards – the self-styled Oscars of the card world. The light-hearted awards identified which cards people would take home to put on their mantelpiece – and the IEA’s card, which focused on our 2020 Vision initiative, was chosen for ‘Cheekiest Shoehorning of Agenda’... an accolade we’re very happy to accept! And we hope this acceptance speech wasn’t too long…Read more about the awards here.

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By Kristian Niemietz, 22nd Dec 2014 (1 comment)

The book has unintended entertainment value. Ironically, while Dorling appears to spend most of his waking hours railing against free-market economics, he seems to know absolutely nothing about it. What he really rails against is a bizarre caricature he has created in his mind, in which economic liberalism is simply an especially malevolent form of Social Darwinism, peppered with snobbery and hatred of the poor.

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