"...the IEA is the home of good economic analysis applied to public policy." – Allister Heath, The Telegraph
The IEA comments on the cuts announced by Osborne
Capital Gains Tax doubling could reduce the supply of affordable housing and encourage companies to take on more...
The IEA responds to George Osborne's economic plans
Mark Littlewood responds to the NUS pledge being signed by political candidates
Reducing taxes will increase growth
Tooley's work demonstrates powerfully the importance of the free market in education
Philip Booth suggests a better plan
Response to consultation
The IEA asserts that undue regulation by Ofcom over provision of sport on TV will harm British sport
If the Conservatives commitment to devolution of power is real, where are the big spending cuts and tax breaks?...
The IEA responds to plans in Labour's manifesto
Cuts of £167bn needed to avoid tax rises under the next government
Proposals announced today 'big government, not big society'
Call from France and Germany to introduce levy on banks hardly a positive step
Mark Littlewood comments on Ofcom s demand that SKY sell SKY Sports 1 and 2 for less than their current price
Next government must introduce radical cuts
Radical overhaul of welfare state required
Large budget deficits crowding out private sector
Compliance costs highest for small enterprises