"...the IEA is the home of good economic analysis applied to public policy." – Allister Heath, The Telegraph
Liberalisation and political reform are needed in the poorest parts of the EU
State intervention has had catastrophic effects
A new book which suggests that discrimination is not causing the gender pay gap
A new book which argues that market-based adaptation should be favoured when contemplating the challenges of climate change
In this major collection, leading experts discuss the role of law in market economies
Thirteen authors examine how think tanks can influence public policy
Health experts have lost confidence in a centrally planned health service
Unilateral liberalisation, not trade negotations, is the key to free trade
F. A. Hayek's masterpiece on economic crises, free banking and inflation has been reissued
The argument that governments must intervene to create social capital is comprehensively refuted
This IEA classic concisely lays out the economic issues that would be raised if Britain were to leave the EU.
An analysis of six major schemes, including Concorde and the Millennium Dome
A robust critique of the so-called 'economics of happiness'
An authoritative, but concise introduction to the life and work of Adam Smith which covers both the Wealth of Nations and his other great works
Professor Hugh High examines the evidence for the effectiveness of advertising bans in reducing consumption.
A major study of the economic impact of the growth in UK government expenditure.
Peter King proposes radical reform of the system of support for housing costs and the abolition of social housing.
A new perspective on how Christians should approach issues of public policy
A lavish hardback edition of this new IEA book which provides new perspectives on how christians should approach issues of public policy