Current Controversy publications and briefings

Philip Booth and Ryan Bourne
22 Jun 2016

Leave or Stay: the two best paths to economic freedom

Professor Patrick Minford
7 Jun 2016

Scrap trade agreements to boost free trade

Dr Kristian Niemietz
2 Mar 2016

New IEA briefing identifies causes of housing crisis & suggests solutions

Diego Zuluaga
17 Feb 2016

New IEA briefing explains the economic principles of the sharing economy

Philip Booth and Ryan Bourne
6 Feb 2016

Flat-rate pensions ‘tax relief’ would be devoid of any economic rationale

Diego Zuluaga
20 Jan 2016

New IEA briefing explains why proposed hire regulation would harm competition

13 Jan 2016

New IEA briefing explains why a sugar tax would be regressive & wrong

Philip Booth and Ryan Bourne
23 Nov 2015

All government spending should come under the microscope

Christopher Snowdon
10 Oct 2015

New IEA briefing explains why the Prime Minister is wrong on social mobility

Professor J. R. Shackleton and Professor Philip Booth
23 Jul 2015

New research from the IEA outlines the serious shortfalls of the REF scheme as a way to fund higher education.

Kristian Niemietz
2 Apr 2015

New IEA report compares the performance of the NHS to that of its European counterparts

Christopher Snowdon
15 Mar 2015

Christopher Snowdon debunks some of the myths on income inequality

Ryan Bourne
15 Mar 2015

Ryan Bourne debunks some of the myths concerning wealth inequality

Ryan Bourne
11 Mar 2015

New report debunks the EU jobs myth

Paul Withrington and Richard Wellings
3 Feb 2015

Liberalising the transport sector will offer huge benefits

Christopher Snowdon
10 Dec 2014

A new study into the causes behind a decline in the pub industry

Ryan Bourne
1 Dec 2014

Policymakers have continued to sidestep the fact that we have been let down by a chaotic and inefficient tax system

Pascal Salin
31 Oct 2014

Measures needed for responsible monetary policy

Philip Booth and Ryan Bourne
29 Oct 2014

Spending restraint, pro-growth reforms and fundamental changes to pensions and healthcare provision are urgently needed

Ryan Bourne
25 Sep 2014

A book on how eliminating government intervention can reduce the cost of living

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