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1 Aug 2007
Helen Johns explains the key arguments her and Paul Ormerod make in their book 'Happiness, Economics and Public Policy'. The publication analyses the economic research that underlies politicians’ growing preoccupation with measures of...
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26 Jul 2007
Despite his fame, there is still widespread ignorance about the breadth of Adam Smith’s contributions to economics, politics and philosophy. In this short video Eamonn Butler introduces the life and work of this ‘founder of economics...
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26 Jul 2007
Despite his fame, there is still widespread ignorance about the breadth of Adam Smith’s contributions to economics, politics and philosophy. In this short video Eamonn Butler introduces the life and work of this ‘founder of economics...
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12 Jul 2007
In this video Peter King outlines the main arguments he makes in his book, Choice and the End of Social Housing. He suggests that the provision of housing for the less well off has been dominated by the state for over sixty years. Despite some...
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12 Jul 2007
In this video Peter King outlines the main arguments he makes in his book, Choice and the End of Social Housing. He suggests that the provision of housing for the less well off has been dominated by the state for over sixty years. Despite some moves...
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23 May 2007
Throughout history, but particularly in the last century or so, the Catholic Church has developed a formal body of teaching on economics and political matters. Other Christian faiths have absorbed much of that work, as have non-Christians, and thus...
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23 May 2007
Throughout history, but particularly in the last century or so, the Catholic Church has developed a formal body of teaching on economics and political matters. Other Christian faiths have absorbed much of that work, as have non-Christians, and thus...
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7 Mar 2007
In this short interview John Blundell talks about his paper Waging the War of Ideas, examining how wars of ideas can be waged, using his extensive experience of classical liberal think tanks. John Blundell begins his stimulating collection of...
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7 Mar 2007
In this short interview John Blundell talks about his paper Waging the War of Ideas, examining how wars of ideas can be waged, using his extensive experience of classical liberal think tanks. John Blundell begins his stimulating collection of...
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26 Aug 2006
In this video Stephen Copp discusses his recent book The Legal Foundations of Free Markets. In it he brings together some of the world’s leading figures in the field of law and economics to discuss questions that are central to our...
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26 Aug 2006
In this video Stephen Copp discusses his recent book The Legal Foundations of Free Markets. In it he brings together some of the world’s leading figures in the field of law and economics to discuss questions that are central to our...
6 Jul 2004
AUDIO ONLY- In Unshackling Accountants, Professor D. R. Myddleton of Cranfield School of Management looks at the history of and arguments for and against detailed accounting standards. Myddleton concludes that, while there may be a case for the...