Discussion paper publications

Kristian Niemietz
10 Apr 2012

Government’s timid reform will not solve chronic housing affordability problems

Sean Rickard
28 Feb 2012

Reforming the controversial policy

Kyn Aizlewood and Richard Wellings
19 Jul 2011

Challenging the economic case for this white elephant

David B. Smith
16 Mar 2011

How our current system of high and complicated taxes are damaging economic growth

Prof Philip Booth and Corin Taylor
23 Feb 2011

A look at how cutting non-means-tested benefits and reforming state pensions could save £16bn a year

Gabriel H. Sahlgren
15 Dec 2010

An analysis of how the profit motive drove competition and therefore improvements in the Swedish education system

Kristian Niemietz
12 Nov 2010

Radical solutions need to be sought to get people off welfare and back into work

Philip Booth
5 Oct 2010

Modern welfare states undermine human flourishing

Philip Booth
30 Sep 2010

A market economy can nurture good human attributes

Patrick Basham
1 Jul 2010

Controls have proved damaging and counterproductive

Nick Silver
14 Jun 2010

True level of the UK government's debt estimated at £4.8 trillion

Mark Littlewood
15 Apr 2010

Mark Littlewood on the implications of Britain's record budget deficit

David B. Smith
18 Mar 2010

UK's fiscal profligacy is exacerbating the downturn

Sir Cyril Taylor GBE
25 Jun 2009

An expert analysis of higher education policy

David B. Smith
10 Jun 2009

A Historic Perspective on the 2009 Budget forecasts

Gordon Pepper
4 Mar 2009

How to cure debt-deflation

John S. Heywood and W. Stanley Siebert
30 Nov 2008

Why is retirement so abrupt?

Nick Silver
26 Nov 2008

Author calculates government debt at 276% of GDP

Philip Vander Elst
2 Oct 2008

The dangers of too much government power