Monograph publications

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

Sushil Mohan
4 Nov 2010

A Dispassionate Economic Analysis of 'Fair Trade'

Eugene F. Miller
16 Sep 2010

A superb analysis of this masterpiece of political economy

Terry Arthur and Philip Booth
4 Aug 2010

Statutory Regulation, Private Regulation and Financial Markets

Eamonn Butler
21 Apr 2010

An introduction to the work of the great Austrian economist

Francis Chittenden, Hilary Foster and Brian Sloan
17 Feb 2010

Small firms suffer far more than large firms

Alison Wolf
3 Nov 2009

Reform can save money and improve outcomes

Roland Vaubel
2 Jun 2009

A groundbreaking analysis of EU centralisation

Edited by Philip Booth
12 May 2009

A major new publication which challenges the myths and conventional wisdom regarding the recent banking crash

S C Littlechild
5 May 2009

An IEA classic from the 1970s, Stephen Littlechild offers an introduction to the 'Austrian School'

Tyler Cowen and David Parker
27 Mar 2009

This is now unavailable for purchase

A grounbreaking title from the mid-1990s which explores the extent to which market principles can be applied within firms

Tim Congdon
26 Mar 2009

The Bank of England should be privatised

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