Mark Littlewood appears on BBC Radio 4's You and Yours programme to argue against state funding for the arts
Prof. Philip Booth writes for The Daily Telegraph
City A.M. writes on the IEA's criticism of coalition plans for financial regulation
The Herald speaks to Prof. Philip Booth to discuss the IEA's proposals for the creation of regional stock exchanges...
Ruth Porter writes for the Yorkshire Post
SMPC member, Professor Kent Matthews, discusses bank lending on BBC Radio 4's Today
Mark Littlewood features in the Economist discussing the growing role of think tanks
Philip Booth talks on BBC Radio 4's News Briefing about the need for less regulation of the financial sector
Mark Littlewood writes for the Spectator's Coffee House blog
Prof. J.R. Shackleton argues for reform of public sector practices
Richard D North discusses the future of fossil fuels on BBC Radio 4
Mark Littlewood argues that while the idea is well intentioned, greater government involvement risks even more...
Mark Littlewood comments on the latest public sector borrowing figures on Sky's Jeff Randall Live
Mark Littlewood discusses the Big Society on BBC Radio 4's You and Yours programme
Mark Littlewood argues on BBC Radio 4's Today programme that the relationship between the state and the citizen...
Kristian Niemietz writes for Swiss Monthly Magazine: Journal for Politics, Economics and Culture
Philip Booth writes for Conservative Home commending the idea of abolishing the census
Philip Booth argues for shrinking the size of the state on Radio 4's Analysis programme
Philip Booth speaks to the Economist about how public sector pensions should be reformed
Initiated by the IEA and formed with a number of other organisations this Commission advocates major pension reform...