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Peter King
15 June 2009
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Ronald Reagan famously stated the perfect response that government should make to any crisis: “Don’t just do something, stand there!” This, it seems to me, is still the best...
David B. Smith
10 June 2009
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Britain now faces one of the most serious fiscal crises in its peacetime history. One reason is that the UK is now caught up in a sudden and severe international recession. However, the government...
Anthony J. Evans
6 May 2009
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Recently in The Times Anatole Kaletsky attacked the “many financiers [that] have been calling… for a ‘market solution’ based on the so-called Austrian school of economic...
Philip Booth
24 March 2009
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I am not altogether clear at the moment what the Conservatives’ policy is at the broader fiscal level. In current circumstances they probably need a few months to sort things out but...
Richard Wellings
12 March 2009
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Benefit rates are set to rise substantially next month. State pensions will rise by 5%, while means-tested payments, such as Jobseeker’s Allowance, will rise by 6.3%. The new rates, based on...
Philip Booth
20 February 2009
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This is not the first time this subject has been covered on the IEA blog – but the point needs repeating. We should remove all impediments to employment in a recession and this should include...
Richard Wellings
29 January 2009
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●  Philip Booth discusses Barack Obama on American Public Radio   ●  Peter Boettke explains why politicians are making the recession worse   ●  Donald Boudreaux has...
Kristian Niemietz
28 January 2009
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Once the current recession is finally over, poverty researchers might well find themselves confronted with a puzzle. For it is entirely possible that the downturn will actually help the government...
J. R. Shackleton
26 January 2009
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In the last few days, there have been two well-publicised claims that women are likely to suffer relatively more in the gathering recession than men. The first claim was made by the TUC in a report...
Richard Wellings
28 November 2008
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●  Peter J. Boettke worries that governments are repeating the policy mistakes of the Great Depression.   ●  Philip Booth explains why we should be hopeful about the environment....

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