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9 Apr 2016
The IEA had the pleasure of hosting the President of The Free Republic of Liberland, Vít Jedlička for a talk on the self-proclaimed micronation. The Free Republic of Liberland is located between Croatia and Serbia; the talk discusses the...
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6 Apr 2016
Martin Durkin, documentary film maker and producer of the upcoming "Brexit: The Movie", addressed the IEA, making the case for Britain to leave the European Union. This video is part of the Paragon Initiative - the IEA’s...
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6 Apr 2016
Graham Bishop, consultant on EU Integration, addressed the IEA making the case for Britain to remain in the European Union. This report is part of the Paragon Initiative - the IEA’s biggest-ever research programme.
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6 Apr 2016
John Longworth, former Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce and Campaign Committee member of VoteLeave, addressed the IEA, making the case for why Britain must leave the European Union. This report is part of the Paragon Initiative...
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4 Apr 2016
Ian Mulheirn, Director of Consulting at Oxford Economics, addressed the IEA, making the case for why Britain must remain in the European Union. This report is part of the Paragon Initiative - the IEA’s biggest-ever research programme.
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11 Mar 2016
The IEA's Brexit debate focuses exclusively on economic arguments, putting aside issues such as sovereignty, culture, and democratic legitimacy. Arguing that free marketeers should support Brexit are: Douglas Carswell, UKIP MP for Clacton...
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11 Mar 2016
Recognized by Time Magazine in 1999 as one of “The Great Minds of the Century,” Laffer is best known for the Laffer curve, an illustration of the theory that there exists a tax rate between 0% and 100% that will result in...
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11 Mar 2016
Dr Laffer provides insight on the US tax system, the state of the US Presidential race, and gives his advice for George Osborne on how to better the UK's economic climate.  Laffer is a renowned American economist. Recognized by Time...
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11 Mar 2016
The IEA's Director General Mark Littlewood interviews renowned American economist Dr Arthur Laffer. Recognized by Time Magazine in 1999 as one of “The Great Minds of the Century,” Laffer is best known for the Laffer curve,...
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3 Mar 2016
Peter Boettke, Professor of Economics and Philosophy at George Mason University and Director of the F.A. Hayek Program for Advanced Study in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics at the Mercatus Center at GMU, disucsses his newest book "...
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26 Feb 2016
The Rt Hon Norman Lamb MP, Liberal Democrat Health Spokesman and former Minister of Health, sits down with Sam Collins, Policy Advisor to the Director General, to discuss liberalism, the size of the state and individual health budgets.
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11 Feb 2016
The question of who should own, run and operate what in the UK rail network is one that can have far-reaching consequences for government, business and commuters. To discuss this, the IEA brought together a panel consisting of: Dr Richard...
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5 Feb 2016
Should the UK remain in the European Union, or would we be better off out? Patrick Minford, Professor of Applied Economics at the Cardiff Business School, discusses the answer to this question with Professor Philip Booth at the launch of Patrick...
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23 Jan 2016
It is a year until the the new US President takes office, and what is the state of the race? IEA Director General Mark Littlewood is joined by Democracy Institute Director and author of Scared of US! Patrick Basham, US campaign consultant, author...
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7 Dec 2015
Professor William Easterly, Professor of Economics at New York Univeristy and Co-Director of the New York University Development Research Institute, was the speaker at the 2015 Annual Hayek Memorial Lecture. He spoke on the topic of "The...
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4 Dec 2015
Professor William Easterly, Professor of Economics at New York University, sat down with Professor Philip Booth (Academic and Research Director at the IEA) to discuss his views on foreign aid and how it affects development.
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4 Dec 2015
Professor Easterly, 2015 Hayek Lecturer and Professor of Economics and New York University, sat down with Professor Philip Booth and ieaTV to discuss the role - for better or worse - of institutions in developing countries and poverty relief efforts.
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28 Nov 2015
Charles Moore, authorised biographer to Lady Magaret Thatcher, appears at one of the IEA's 'In Conversation' series. Charles and Mark discuss his most recent volume of Lady Thatcher's biography All She Wants, as well as the...
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19 Nov 2015
What is the future of the NHS? As part of our Paragon Initiative, the IEA hosted a panel discussion to look at: The NHS’ ability to adapt to an ageing population with different health needs (and the funding implications of this)...

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