"...the IEA is the home of good economic analysis applied to public policy." – Allister Heath, City AM
The IEA holds around 100 events a year. These range from formal lectures, to conferences, panel discussions, informal debates and book launches, as well as private lunches and suppers. These events allow us to profile vital and compelling ideas, as well as allowing for high level discussion and debate. Our events attract renowned speakers, such as Nobel Laureates, politicians, journalists and business people.
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We also hold private events, attendance at these is part of our donation package. If you would like to find out more about becoming a donor, please contact Caroline Rollag.
We also work with Marketforce to produce industry conferences in areas such as financial services, PFI/PPP, the energy industry and transport and regulation. The State of the Economy Conference (February) and the IEA's renowned Beesley Lecture series on regulation (September - November) are also produced in association with Marketforce. To find out more about these events, please visit IEA Industry Conferences.
Poverty, Inequality and Prosperity
The Basic Axioms and Fundamental Principles of a Free Market Economy
How the West was Lost: Fifty Years of Economic Folly and the Stark Choices Ahead
An Austrian Perspective on the Great Recession 2008-2009
How free market and liberal is UKIP? An interview with UKIP Leader Nigel Farage
The Big Society: The Anatomy of the New Politics
The Future of the Euro
The IEA is delighted to announce the 2010 Beesley Lectures
The IEA presents an Occasional Lecture by Dr Mark Skousen
Delivered by Prof Jesús Huerta de Soto
The British General Election of 2010 by Dennis Kavanagh and Philip Cowley
Sorry, We Have No Money Britain s Economic Problem by Warwick Lightfoot
"Pragmatism, Principle and Power: What will the coalition mean for Conservative politics?"
"Coalition, Cuts and Conservatives: an attractive agenda for the Lib Dems?"
This event will explore why the work of Ludwig von Mises should be at the heart of practical policy thinking today
The crisis and the Austrian theory of the business cycle: Conventional policy solutions and some Austrian ones
Globalisation Fractures: How Major Nations' Interests are now in Conflict
Alchemists of Loss: How Modern Finance and Government Intervention Crashed the Financial System
Libertarians, Lib Dems or the 'liberal elite'?
Bad laws that threaten individual liberty