"...the IEA is the home of good economic analysis applied to public policy." – Allister Heath, The Telegraph
New report argues that ‘economy class’ carriages would cost around 20% less than the standard class fare
Palm oil production could be key in solving rising food costs
Leading economists warn 1% growth could become the UK’s new norm
New research finds retirement has a detrimental impact on both mental and physical health over time
European Commission spending millions on pro-EU lobby groups
Trade expert Sushil Mohan, in a paper published by the IEA, argues that non-tariff barriers are an important impediment to trade for less developed countries and need to be brought to the forefront of the trade debate.
IEA discussion paper shows the Treasury is losing as much as £1.2 billion every year to the illegal alcohol industry.
A new IEA publication explores the case for deregulating the gambling market
New IEA paper demonstrates that Swedish success is a result of the free market and not the welfare state
The causes of the Great Recession lie in misguided government policy, not in the underlying workings of the market.
It's time for a radical overhaul of state-funded charities
Government’s timid reform will not solve chronic housing affordability problems
Challenging the economic case for this white elephant
How our current system of high and complicated taxes are damaging economic growth
A look at how cutting non-means-tested benefits and reforming state pensions could save £16bn a year
An analysis of how the profit motive drove competition and therefore improvements in the Swedish education system
Radical solutions need to be sought to get people off welfare and back into work
Modern welfare states undermine human flourishing
A market economy can nurture good human attributes