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31 Jul 2015
Dr Aris Trantidis, Visiting Lecturer at King’s College London and author of a forthcoming book on clientelism and the nature of Greek politics speaks at the IEA's panel discussion on the future of Greece.
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31 Jul 2015
Dr Holger Schmieding, Chief Economist at Berenberg Bank and former Senior Economic Advisor to the International Monetary Fund, speaks at IEA panel discussion on Greek crisis
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31 Jul 2015
Professor Philip Booth, Editorial and Programme Director at the IEA, discusses the current Greek situation at an IEA panel discussion.
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25 Jul 2015
THINK, the IEA's student conference, brought together students from across the UK, EU and world to discuss the biggest issues of the day and hear from eminent speaker. During the post-event drinks, ieaTV spoke to a few of the students to gauge...
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25 Jul 2015
Is capitalism a force for good in the world? Johan Norberg and Henrik Jonsson discuss what capitalism has done for the human condition, and compare the outcomes in their home country, Sweden, during periods of socialism and free markets.
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25 Jul 2015
Dr Matthew McCaffrey, Lecurer in Enterprise at the University of Manchester, discusses the economy of Game of Thrones, and what political economy tells us about the society. In Game of Thrones, you win or you die. Dr McCaffrey argues the rational...
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25 Jul 2015
Professor Mike Munger, Professor of Political Science at Duke University in North Carolina, discusses the future of the economy, and what effect the sharing economy will have on it. He argues that the sharing economy could revolutionise how we...
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30 Jun 2015
In this film, shown at the IEA's 60th Anniversary Gala, we celebrate those who have been part of the IEA's story and struggle to date, including those sadly no longer with us.
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24 Jun 2015
Linda Whetstone, Chairman of Network for a Free Society and IEA Board Member, spoke at the IEA 60th Anniversary Gala. The daughter of Sir Anthony Fisher talked about her father, the founding of the IEA and the work there is still to do to advance...
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24 Jun 2015
Allister Heath, Deputy Editor of The Daily Telegraph, former Editor of CityAm and previous winner of the IEA's Free Enterprise Award, spoke at the IEA's 60th Anniversary Gala. He spoke about his own experiences, after growing up in France,...
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23 Jun 2015
Professor Mark Pennington, Professor of Political Economy at King's College and IEA Trustee, speaks about the support the IEA offered him and other students who supported the free market. He discusses how the IEA's editorial and outreach...
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23 Jun 2015
Neil Record, Chairman of the Institute of Economic Affairs Board of Trustees, spoke at the IEA's 60th Anniversary gala.
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22 Jun 2015
Dominic Raab MP, Parliamentary Undersecretary of State for Justice, speaks at the IEA's 60th Anniversary celebrations.
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22 Jun 2015
Mark Littlewood, Director General of the IEA, speaks at the 60th Anniversary Gala. Quoting Bertrand Russell, he calls on free marketeers and friends of the IEA to keep thinking and working, as that is how you can change the world.
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20 Jun 2015
Martin Durkin, founder of Wag TV, producer of Margaret Thatcher: Death of a Revolutionary and former winner of the IEA"s Free Enterprise Award, was one of the speakers at the IEA 60th Anniversary celebrations. He spoke about what the...
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19 Jun 2015
The IEA, on our 60th Anniversary, look back at the last 60 years - how the IEA came about, what our founders were seeking to do, and how well we have lived up to their ideas of what the IEA could do.
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19 Jun 2015
An introduction to the work of the Institute of Economic Affairs, 60 years after our launch.
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19 Jun 2015
The IEA is proud to announce our newest project - The Paragon Initiative. Over the next five years the IEA will put every area of government activity under the microscope, identify what government should, and should not, be doing and identify best...
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19 Jun 2015
The Rt Hon Sajid Javid MP was the keynote speaker at the IEA's 60th Anniversary celebrations. He spoke about what the IEA means to him, and how free markets and sound economics can help everyone in society - especially the poorest - get ahead.
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11 Jun 2015
Peter Ainsworth, author of IEA paper Universities Challenged, speaks to the Oxford Hayek Society about his ideas to fund higher education through a 'free market graduate tax' - one that would have institutions and students agreeing a...

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