Current Controversy publications and briefings

Kristian Niemietz
16 Dec 2013

Airport expansion must be wrestled from government’s hands, argues new report

Colin Robinson
11 Dec 2013

Government must step back from energy markets to lower prices

David Starkie
25 Nov 2013

New report argues that ‘economy class’ carriages would cost around 20% less than the standard class fare

Christopher Snowdon
14 Oct 2013

Poorest hit hardest by consumption taxes, new research shows

Dr Richard Wellings
19 Aug 2013

Full cost of HS2 may reach £80bn

Christopher Snowdon
11 Jul 2013

Harm reduction is a better strategy than prohibition

Jamie Collier
19 Jun 2013

Tax havens are essential to maintain a healthy economy

Gabriel Roth
14 Jun 2013

Government urged to introduce voluntary pay-as-you-go system for drivers

Christopher Snowdon
25 May 2013

New IEA research finds fat taxes would hit the poorest the hardest

Christopher Snowdon
24 Apr 2013

Evidence shows moral panic at gaming machines ill-founded

Forrest Capie and Geoffrey Wood
27 Mar 2013

Swathes of complex capital regulation have made banking riskier

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

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