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29 Apr 2015
James Bartholomew, following up to his bold critique of the welare state in The Welfare State We're In, launched his newest book The Welfare of Nations as an event at the IEA. Joined by Welfare Minister Lord Freud and Spectator Editor...
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23 Apr 2015
Tim Montgomerie, founder of the Good Right, a Senior Fellow at the Legatum Institute, the creator of the ConservativeHome website, a co-founder of the Centre for Social Justice, joined Mark Littlewood for a wide ranging discussion at this IEA...
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10 Apr 2015
This video explain the six crucial economic issues that the government, however it is made up, will have to face after May 7th. As part of the IEA's 2020 Vision, we looked at: Defusing the Debt Time Bomb Wrestling the Regulators...
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10 Apr 2015
The IEA hosted an event to discuss what Britain should do in the event of the UK voting to leave the European Union. If Britain does chose to leave the EU there are some important questions that must be answered: How should we go about the...
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25 Mar 2015
The TaxPayers' Alliance hosted the 2015 IEA/TPA Budget Briefing, with IEA Director General Mark Littlewood and TPA Chief Executive Jonathan Isaby being joined by James Bloodworth (Editor, Left Foot Forward), Rt Hon Dr Liam Fox MP (Conservative)...
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19 Mar 2015
What will the BBC look like in the future? And how will the broadcaster fare if the licence fee is scrapped? The IEA brought together Janet Daley (Daily Telegraph), Patrick McIntosh (Voice of Viewer and Listener), Simon Jenkins (Guardian), Tim...
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12 Mar 2015
Dr Thomas Mayer, Founder of the Flossbach von Storch Research Institute in Germany and ex-Chief Economist at Deutsche Bank, spoke to ieaTV following his speech at the IEA State of the Economy Conference. He discussed the view of the Eurozone in...
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5 Mar 2015
The IEA was honoured to welcome Cato Institute Senior Fellow and well-known American libertarian scholar Dan Mitchell to London to speak at our State of the Economy Conference. Dan is best known as a proponent of the flat tax, and is a regularly...
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19 Feb 2015
If Britain chose to leave the EU, how would the 'divorce' be handled?  Here, leading figures - including IEA Brexit prizewinner Iain Mansfield - outline some of the economic options that could be taken in pursuit of a free and...
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8 Jan 2015
Professor Philip Booth, Editorial and Programme Director at the Institute of Economic Affairs, spoke at a conference in Austria looking at how we move 'Towards a Free and Vitruous Society'.  Philip's lecture was on the financial...
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8 Jan 2015
Dr Stephen Davies gives a history of what private and charitable welfare looked like prior to the introduction of the welfare states.
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8 Jan 2015
Professor Booth, Editorial and Programme Director at the IEA, discusses how Catholic social teaching applies to the welfare state, as well and non-state and charitable approaches to welfare at the Austrian conference 'Towards a Free and Virtuous...
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9 Dec 2014
Britain's transport system seems to be grinding to a halt.   Yet Britain could soon be on the move again - if politicians took a back seat and allowed private enterprise to develop our roads, railways and airports. For more on IEA's...
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21 Nov 2014
Alvin Rabushka, one of the leading global proponents of the flat tax and co-author of the Hall–Rabushka flat tax plan, gave a packed audience at the IEA an insight into how his pioneering work has been adopted in many countries - and how it...
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20 Nov 2014
Alvin Rabushka, co-author of the Hall-Rabushka Flat Tax proposal, speaks to ieaTV to explain his proposals for a flat tax. He describes this system as a fair, equal method of taxation, which can radically improve economic growth. He also describes...
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27 Oct 2014
At Freedom Forum this year, IEA Educational Director Dr Stephen Davies engages with the biggest challenge that is often raised against free market economics - that there are certain goods that only the state can provide.
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27 Oct 2014
Kristian Niemietz chairs a discussion by James Bartholomew, Dr Harry Binswanger and Prof Philippe Van Parijs about whether a libertarian can support a welfare state.
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24 Oct 2014
An introduction to the debt mountain facing young people today. Unfortunately, the real debt is no fairy tale, and there is no certainty of a happy ending...
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19 Oct 2014
The Honourable Joe Hockey, Treasurer of the Commonwealth of Australia, sat down with ieaTV to discuss how Australia has managed to reduce government expenditure and structurally reform their economy under the Abbott Government.
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19 Oct 2014
The Honourable Joe Hockey, Treasurer of the Commonwealth of Australia, spoke at an IEA event on Global Economic Development and Policy Challenges. He discussed the economic situation in Europe and Asia, and how Australia was able to engage in major...

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