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19 Nov 2015
Dr Kristian Niemietz, Head of Health and Welfare at the IEA and author of A Patient Approach and What are we afraid of?, speaks to ieaTV about the National Health Service and his upcoming Paragon Initiative paper Diagnosis...
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11 Nov 2015
Rt Hon Dr Liam Fox MP, former Secretary of State for Defence, spoke to ieaTV in the aftermath of his speech on The Road to Honest Money. In this interview, IEA Director General Mark Littlewood tries to tease out some of the theme of his...
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30 Oct 2015
John McTernan, former advisor to Tony Blair and to the 2007 election-winning Australian Labor Party, speaks at the launch of The Paragon Initiative. He stresses the need to keep fighting for free markets, and to never assume the battle has been won...
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30 Oct 2015
Martin Durkin, television and film producer and creator of Britain's Trillion Pound Horror Story, and Margaret: Death of a Revolutionary spoke at the launch of the IEA's new Paragon Initiative. He discussed what the IEA had done for his...
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30 Oct 2015
The Rt Hon Dr Liam Fox MP, former Secretary of State for Defence and well-known free marketeer, spoke at the launch of the IEA's new Paragon Initiative. He discussed the importance of ideas and the difficulty of changing them in government.
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30 Oct 2015
The IEA launched our new Paragon Initiative at an event in Central London in Octboer 2015. Speakers at the event included: Martin Durkin: Founder of WagTV, TV producer and winner of the IEA's Free Enterprise Award John McTernan: Former advisor...
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22 Oct 2015
Charles Murray, author, libertarian and political scientist, sat down with IEA Head of Public Policy Ryan Bourne on ieaTV to discuss his newest book By The People: Rebuilding Liberty Without Permission and how to defeat the growing regulatory...
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22 Oct 2015
Charles Murray joins IEA Director General Mark Littlewood for an 'In Conversation With...' event. Charles and Mark discuss the effects of welfare on society, how classical liberals can win the arguments against big government, and how to...
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22 Oct 2015
Tom Palmer, Executive Vice President for International Outreach at Atlas Network and author, speaks to ieaTV on regulation in the United States and Britain, as well as his new book State Control or Self Control. He also discusses how free...
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20 Oct 2015
The Rt Hon Dr Liam Fox MP, former Secretary of State for Defence, spoke at the IEA on The Road to Honest Money. He argues that monetary policies introduced in the aftermath of the Financial Crisis and still in use are associated with some...
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16 Oct 2015
Deirdre McCloskey, Distinguished Professor of Economics, English, History and Communication at the University of Illinois and author of The Bourgeois Era trilogy, discusses how important innovation is for a free economy.
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1 Oct 2015
Professor Philip Booth speaks in Bratislava on the demographic time bomb across Europe, and some policy solutions.
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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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10 Aug 2015
Following her address to the 2015 State of the Economy Conference Stephanie Flanders, Managing Director and Chief Market Strategist at JP Morgan Asset Management and former BBC Economics Editor, speaks to ieaTV about the eurozone, the European...
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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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