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11 Sep 2014
Since his election, Pope Francis has made a number of controversial statements about market economies, globalisation and inequality which have an important influence on political and economic debate. This panel discussion draws together a number of...
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11 Sep 2014
Since his election, Pope Francis has made a number of controversial statements about market economies, globalisation and inequality which have an important influence on political and economic debate. This panel discussion draws together a number of...
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11 Sep 2014
Since his election, Pope Francis has made a number of controversial statements about market economies, globalisation and inequality which have an important influence on political and economic debate. This panel discussion draws together a number of...
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11 Sep 2014
Since the recession officially ended in the UK in 2009, the cost of living has become a major political issue. Wage freezes and price inflation have resulted in living standards declining for millions of Britons. In real terms, salaries remain at...
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11 Sep 2014
Since the recession officially ended in the UK in 2009, the cost of living has become a major political issue. Wage freezes and price inflation have resulted in living standards declining for millions of Britons. In real terms, salaries remain at...
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5 Sep 2014
 2020 Vision: Focusing on the key economic issues confronting the next UK government. For more on the IEA's 2020 Vision intiative, read here.
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13 Aug 2014
Matt Ridley, author of The Rational Optimist and member of the House of Lords, was awarded the IEA Free Enterprise Award in August 2014. After the ceremony, ieaTV caught up with Matt to discuss the award, free enterprise, and his thoughts on the...
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24 Jul 2014
Deirdre McCloskey, Author of The Bourgeois Era series, speaks to ieaTV about inequality, the amazing growth in the wealth of the working class over the past three hundred years and how wealth and commerce has been viewed over the centuries. Deirdre...
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20 Jul 2014
Art Laffer sits down with Ryan Bourne, IEA Head of Public Policy, to discuss tax rates, their effect on growth, and a better taxation system. The IEA were honoured to host Art Laffer, author of the Laffer Curve, for a lunchtime discussion of taxes...
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18 Jul 2014
The IEA were honoured to host Art Laffer, author of the Laffer Curve, for a lunchtime discussion of taxes in Britain and the United States. In a wide-ranging discussion, Dr Laffer discussed the deficit, revenue maximisation and his thoughts on the...
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10 Jul 2014
Just recently, California recognised Bitcoin and other digital currencies as valid forms of payment, and Bitcoin prices surged on this news.  But will digital monies make the breakthrough into the mainstream?  KEVIN DOWD is the author...
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27 Jun 2014
An interview with Professor John B Taylor, Mary and Robert Raymond Professor of Economics at Stanford University and the George P. Shultz Senior Fellow in Economics at Stanford University's Hoover Institution and presenter of this year'...
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27 Jun 2014
Professor John B. Taylor, Mary and Robert Raymond Professor of Economics at Stanford University and the George P. Shultz Senior Fellow in Economics at Stanford University's Hoover Institution, gives the 2014 IEA Hayek Memorial Lecture on...
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20 Jun 2014
In this interview, Professor Richard Epstein assesses the impact of Thomas Piketty’s recent bestseller, Capitalism in the Twenty-First Century, on the US debate on inequality. Epstein highlights how he thinks in the long-term it will not prove...
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20 Jun 2014
In this lecture, Professor Richard Epstein - Professor Emeritus of Law and Senior Lecturer at the University of Chicago Law School – critiques the thesis and policy recommendations of French economist Thomas Piketty. Piketty’s recent...
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24 May 2014
Since the recession officially ended in the UK in 2009, the cost of living has become a major political issue. Wage freezes and price inflation have resulted in living standards declining for millions of Britons. In real terms, salaries remain at...