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12 Aug 2015
Dr Stephen Davies, Educational Director at the IEA, discusses the changing technological landscape and how this might affect society and the economy at the IEA's 2015 THINK Conference.
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12 Aug 2015
Author of best selling educational Hacking Your Education and founder of the UnCollege Movement Dale Stephens discusses the current state of the education sector, and what could be done to improve student experiences and lead to better real...
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12 Aug 2015
Professor Pauline Dixon, co-founder of the E.G. West Centre, spoke on education at the 2015 THINK Conference. She discussed her wide-ranging work on private and for-profit schools in the developing world.
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12 Aug 2015
Toby Young, Associate Editor of The Spectator, author of How to Lose Friends and Alienate People and What Every Parent Needs to Know, and one of the founders of the West London Free School, spoke at the IEA's THINK Conference in 2015....
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12 Aug 2015
Dr David Skarbek, lecturer in Political Economy at King’s College London and author of The Social Order of the Underworld, discusses how and why prison gangs organise, in order to both protect inmates against dangers in prison, and to help...
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7 Aug 2015
Dr Lynne Kiesling, Associate Professor in Economics at Northwestern University, speaks at the IEA's 2015 THINK Conference. She discusses the role of energy resources in alleviating poverty.
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7 Aug 2015
Professor Philip Booth, Editorial and Programme Director at the IEA discusses what keeps people poor in poor countries - bureaucracy, regulation, and the weakness of institutions and private property rights.
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6 Aug 2015
Andrew Palmer, Business Affairs Editor at The Economist speaks at the firat IEA THINK conference on financial innovation. He argued that innovations in financial products have been the catalyst for stimulating much of the growth in human well-being...
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6 Aug 2015
Dr Christian Stadler, Professor of Strategic Management at the University of Warwick, spoke at the IEA's THINK Conference, held at the Royal Geographical Society. In this film he speaks about free markets and poverty.
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6 Aug 2015
Professor Michael Munger, Professor of Political Science at Duke University in North Carolina, speaks at the IEA's THINK Conference. He discusses the state of the health care debate in the United States, and some alternative models.
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6 Aug 2015
Dr Kristian Niemietz, Head of Health and Welfare at the IEA, speaks at the 2015 THINK Conference. He discusses different health systems, and explores what it is we actually should be looking for from our health care.
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1 Aug 2015
How can we make a difference in the world today? Dr Nigel Ashford, Senior Programmes Officer at the Institute for Humane Studies, explored the ways that leaders throughout history have tried to change the world – and how successful they have...
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1 Aug 2015
Dr Steve Davies, Educational Director at the IEA, looks at organised sport, and how they have overcome economic and social issues with innovative private regulation, rather than requiring government intervention.
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1 Aug 2015
Do free markets help or oppress the poor? In this panel discussion at the IEA's THINK Conference Associate Professor at Warwick University Dr Christian Stadler, and Northwestern University Associate Professor Dr Lynne Kiesling discuss what free...
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31 Jul 2015
Dr Aris Trantidis, Visiting Lecturer at King’s College London and author of a forthcoming book on clientelism and the nature of Greek politics speaks at the IEA's panel discussion on the future of Greece.
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31 Jul 2015
Dr Holger Schmieding, Chief Economist at Berenberg Bank and former Senior Economic Advisor to the International Monetary Fund, speaks at IEA panel discussion on Greek crisis
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31 Jul 2015
Professor Philip Booth, Editorial and Programme Director at the IEA, discusses the current Greek situation at an IEA panel discussion.
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25 Jul 2015
THINK, the IEA's student conference, brought together students from across the UK, EU and world to discuss the biggest issues of the day and hear from eminent speaker. During the post-event drinks, ieaTV spoke to a few of the students to gauge...
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25 Jul 2015
Is capitalism a force for good in the world? Johan Norberg and Henrik Jonsson discuss what capitalism has done for the human condition, and compare the outcomes in their home country, Sweden, during periods of socialism and free markets.
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25 Jul 2015
Dr Matthew McCaffrey, Lecurer in Enterprise at the University of Manchester, discusses the economy of Game of Thrones, and what political economy tells us about the society. In Game of Thrones, you win or you die. Dr McCaffrey argues the rational...

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