Current controversy publications

Richard Wellings
16 Nov 2012

Not only is fuel duty unfair on motorists, it also puts British companies at a competitive disadvantage

6 Nov 2012

Former Senior Reagan economist warns against US stimulus spending

Sir Ian Byatt
6 Aug 2012

New IEA paper argued that reforms are needed to encourage more choice and more trading in Britain’s water market.

Jonathan Dupont and Kwasi Kwarteng
31 May 2012

New fiscal rules needed to control government spending

Philip Booth and Ray Chidell
16 Mar 2012

A prelude to radical reform

Kent Matthews
5 Dec 2011

How Keynesian policies would not have worked then, and why they will not work now

Tim Worstall
20 Nov 2011

Why it won't work and will damage the economy

Tim Worstall
18 Mar 2011

How the 'grassroots' movement has got it totally wrong

Philip Booth
12 Apr 2010

An estimate of the public spending cuts required to tackle the UK's budget deficit

Kristian Niemietz
10 Mar 2010

A critique of the New Economic Foundation's 21 hours report

Robert Rosenbleeth
22 Apr 2009

Free-market blog and think-tank responses to the crash of 2008

Philip Booth
16 Jul 2008

Why Christians should think twice before putting fair trade on a pedestal

Neil Record
30 Jan 2008

Author estimates government liabilities at £1,071 billion

Philip Booth and Linda Whetstone
3 Apr 2007

A critical examination of the fair trade movement

Russell Lewis
6 Mar 2007

Author questions the case for action on climate change

David Sawers
6 Mar 2007

Classic study argues that the development of the arts should be left to individuals

Richard D North
24 Mar 2006

IEA Media Fellow Richard D North Examines the BBC's presentation of the climate change debate

Colin Robinson and Eileen Marshall
7 Dec 2005

As the government appears ready to go nuclear, Colin Robinson and Eileen Marshall urge caution

Johan Wennstrom
2 Dec 2005

Is contemporary Sweden really the most successful society the world has ever known?

Richard D North
22 Nov 2005

Has the Green Movement really won the climate change argument? Energy shortages will influence us more than climate catastrophe (or the Greens), argues Richard D North

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