Discussion paper publications

Terry Miller & Anthony B. Kim
9 Feb 2016

The twenty-second edition of the Heritage Foundation's popular survey of economic liberty

Dr Kristian Niemietz
4 Dec 2015

Political short-termism trumping best practice in the NHS

Peter Clarke and Robert C. B. Miller
4 Oct 2015

An outline of Britain’s 13 biggest economic policy mistakes of the last century

Christopher Snowdon
3 Sep 2015

Drinkers subsidise non-drinkers by £6.5bn each year

Kristian Niemietz
13 Aug 2015

Going ‘the whole hog’ in healthcare reform would not require a revolution

Dr Catherine Hakim
6 Aug 2015

Decriminalising Britain’s £4bn sex industry would increase protection of women

Rob Lyons and Christopher Snowdon
15 Jul 2015

A government clamp-down on sugar would be damaging and unnecessary

Philip Booth
25 May 2015

New report debunks the idea that Thatcher deregulated financial services

Tom Packer and Matthew Sinclair
26 Mar 2015

Large economic gains are to be had from greater devolution

Dr Richard Wellings
11 Feb 2015

Government action is responsible for overcrowding on trains and the heavy cost the taxpayer

Dr Kristian Niemietz
31 Oct 2014

Revive Labour’s NHS reforms and introduce an opt-out to improve care, argues new report

Peter Ainsworth
23 Oct 2014

Levy on graduate earnings should replace state funding of universities

Philip Booth and Kristian Niemietz
16 Oct 2014

The current state pension system risks under-delivering for future generations and overstretching the public purse

Ryan Bourne
8 Sep 2014

New research highlights the dangers of regulating the private rental market

Iain Mansfield
9 Apr 2014

The winner of the IEA Brexit Prize

Christopher Snowdon
5 Feb 2014

New IEA research calls on government to do more to end state-funded political activism

Gabriel H. Sahlgren
8 Jan 2014

Government reforms to state pension age must go further and faster

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

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