Monograph publications

Kevin Dowd
17 Jun 2014

A book about Bitcoin and other electronic currencies

Philip Booth. With Contributions by Samuel Gregg, Kishore Jayabalan, Robert Kennedy, Michael Miller, Denis O’Brien, Dennis O’Keeffe, Anthony Percy, Robert A. Sirico, Thomas woods and Andrew Yuengert. Foreword by John Kennedy and preface by Leonard P. Liggio.
23 May 2014

A fresh Catholic-Christian perspective on the role of the government and the market

Grover Norquist. With contributions by Nima Sanandaji, Matthew Sinclair and David B. Smith
10 May 2014

A book about the prospects for reducing the size of the state

Jagadeesh Gokhale
13 Mar 2014

UK faces crippling tax rises to pay for ageing population

Eamonn Butler
14 Nov 2013

An introduction to the core principles that define a free society

Jamie Whyte
21 Aug 2013

New research argues 'evidence-based’ policymaking is based on poor science

Friedrich Schneider and Colin Williams
4 Jun 2013

High tax rates have led to shadow economy worth over £150 billion in UK

Edited by Philip Booth
12 Apr 2013

The euro zone as we know it must end or be radically reformed

Kristian Niemietz
22 Dec 2012

New IEA research finds a market-oriented anti-poverty policy could lead to families being £750 a month better off

Oliver Knipping and Richard Wellings
28 Oct 2012

Privatising Britain’s road network would raise more than £150bn

Edited by James B. Stanfield
19 Jul 2012

Education reforms at risk unless government allows for-profit free schools

Dr Eamonn Butler
25 Mar 2012

A primer on Public Choice Theory

Edited by Philip Booth
16 Jan 2012

Wellbeing and the Role of Government

Robert Barro
12 Dec 2011

The Ongoing Global Financial Crisis and Recession

Peter Urwin
13 Oct 2011

How entrepreneurship will drive economic growth

Edited by Philip Booth
13 Jul 2011

Big steps to a smaller state

Gary S. Becker
13 Apr 2011

How the market could solve this most controversial of issues

Kristian Niemietz
20 Jan 2011

A ground-breaking study on the measurement of poverty

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