Monograph publications

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

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

Lawrence H. White
9 Mar 2009

This classic text has recently been bought back into print

Piotr Zientara
5 Feb 2009

Liberalisation and political reform are needed in the poorest parts of the EU

Philip Booth et al
5 Dec 2008

State intervention has had catastrophic effects

J. R. Shackleton
21 Oct 2008

A new book which suggests that discrimination is not causing the gender pay gap

Colin Robinson
24 Sep 2008

A new book which argues that market-based adaptation should be favoured when contemplating the challenges of climate change

Edited by Stephen F. Copp
26 Aug 2008

In this major collection, leading experts discuss the role of law in market economies

Colleen Dyble
10 Jul 2008

Thirteen authors examine how think tanks can influence public policy

Helen Evans
22 Jun 2008

Health experts have lost confidence in a centrally planned health service

Razeen Sally
24 Apr 2008

Unilateral liberalisation, not trade negotations, is the key to free trade

F. A. Hayek
9 Apr 2008

F. A. Hayek's masterpiece on economic crises, free banking and inflation has been reissued

John Meadowcroft et al.
4 Mar 2008

Why outlawing particular goods and services is bad public policy

John Meadowcroft and Mark Pennington
20 Nov 2007

The argument that governments must intervene to create social capital is comprehensively refuted

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