"...the IEA is the home of good economic analysis applied to public policy." – Allister Heath, The Telegraph
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
UK loses top-ten ranking in respected global index
Mark Littlewood and Philip Booth on the 2009 Pre-Budget Report
New study criticises the UK's further education system
The value of money would be more predictable in the long term
Increasing government intervention threatens Britain's long-term prosperity
Interventionist policies are undermining the growth potential of the US economy
Bank rate should be held at 0.5%
Universities should be freed from bureaucratic state control to create a British 'Ivy League'
Liberty, contracts and private property are universal values
UK faces deficit crisis