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4 Mar 2014
After delivering a speech on the BRIC economies during the iea’s State of the Economy conference, HSBC’s Stephen caught up with ieaTV to explain why he was confident that incentives were aligning for trade barriers between emerging...
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27 Feb 2014
Economist Roger Bootle discusses the feasibility of Britain’s proposed EU renegotiation. Questions: 1)      What should Britain try to achieve in an EU renegotiation? 2)      Should economic...
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25 Feb 2014
With the poor moving away from subsistence farming and the world population predicted to increase from 7 billion to 9.3 billion by 2050, investment in commercial agriculture has never been more vital.   In this panel discussion, Keith...
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11 Feb 2014
Dan Hannan, Eurosceptic MEP, came to IEA to speak about his new book ‘How we invented Freedom’, and ieaTV was on hand to get his insightful views on issues surrounding the economic benefits of Britain leaving the EU, and the potential...
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11 Feb 2014
Dan Hannan, Eurosceptic MEP, came to IEA to speak about his new book ‘How we invented Freedom’, and ieaTV was on hand to get his insightful views on issues surrounding the economic benefits of Britain leaving the EU, and the potential...
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11 Feb 2014
Dan Hannan, Eurosceptic MEP, came to IEA to speak about his new book ‘How we invented Freedom’, and ieaTV was on hand to get his insightful views on issues surrounding the economic benefits of Britain leaving the EU, and the potential...
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11 Feb 2014
Daniel Hannan, author, journalist and famously Eurosceptic MEP, came to the IEA to speak about his new book How We Invented Freedom. 

ieaTV was on hand to get his insightful views on issues surrounding the economic implications...
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11 Feb 2014
Dr. Scott Sumner, Bentley University, explains what Nominal GDP Targeting entails, and suggests that inflation targets do not prevent booms and busts in the credit markets. The Money Illusion, Scott Sumner's blog, can be found at www....
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6 Feb 2014
Dan Hannan, Eurosceptic MEP, came to IEA to speak about his new book ‘How we invented Freedom’, and ieaTV was on hand to get his insightful views on issues surrounding the economic benefits of Britain leaving the EU, and the potential...
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6 Feb 2014
Dan Hannan, Eurosceptic MEP, came to IEA to speak about his new book ‘How we invented Freedom’, and ieaTV was on hand to get his insightful views on issues surrounding the economic benefits of Britain leaving the EU, and the potential...
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3 Feb 2014
Jamie Dannhauser, Senior Economist at Lombard Street Research, discusses the options available to Eurozone members
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3 Feb 2014
Professor Forrest Capie, Professor Emeritus of Economic History at The Cass Business School, City University, London, compares America's 1930s depression to the UK's recent recession and considers what lessons can be applied to Britain'...
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3 Feb 2014
Professor Tim Congdon CBE Founder of International Monetary Research Limited, reviews the boom - to - bust warning signs he spotted in late 2005
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3 Feb 2014
Professor David Laidler explains how macroeconomic policies can go wrong  
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3 Feb 2014
Patrick Minford CBE, Cardiff Business School, considers the costs of UK’s EU membership.
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11 Dec 2013
IEA TV is a brand new service bringing free-market thinking to the small screen. Providing 8 channels of interviews, opinions, free-market perspectives and more.  
10 Dec 2013
Steve Davies appeared on BBC Radio Gloucestershire to discuss the state of the economy and why the government should be concerned about signs of a housing bubble. Steve criticised the planning system, arguing that it imposed inordinate costs...
2 Dec 2013
Dr. Richard Wellings, Head of IEA Transport, discussed a ComRes poll that asked the public questions on HS2, airport expansion and the high cost of transport. You can listen to the full programme here. The segment begins at 00:19:26. 
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28 Nov 2013
The late Professor Ronald Coase made huge contributions to the development of economics over 75 years. From his paper on the theory of the firm, which was published in 1937 (and cited when he won the Nobel Prize), to his IEA book How China Became...
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28 Nov 2013
The late Professor Ronald Coase made huge contributions to the development of economics over 75 years. From his paper on the theory of the firm, which was published in 1937 (and cited when he won the Nobel Prize), to his IEA book How China Became...