Current controversy publications

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

Neil Record
15 Nov 2005

A new estimate of Britain's public sector pensions burden

Philip Booth
10 Oct 2005

In the 11th IEA Discussion Paper, Philip Booth asks whether world leaders at the Edinburgh G8 meeting were focusing on the right issues

3 Aug 2005

In the 19th IEA Current Controversies paper David Franklin examines the decline of responsible Britain

David Franklin
22 Sep 2004

In the 18th IEA Current Controversies paper, David Franklin offers a fresh analysis of the waste of taxpayers' money by government

David Franklin
30 Sep 2003

17th in the series of IEA Current Controversies Paper

Jonathan Djanogly
13 Aug 2003

With commentaries by Elaine Sternberg and Terry Arthur

David Franklin
8 May 2003

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Ian Senior
1 May 2003

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Phillip Booth and Deborah Cooper
24 Jan 2003

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Wendell Cox
20 Nov 2002

Trends and Choices in Land Use Policy

Mark Pennington
18 Oct 2002

An Agenda for Private Land Use Control