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28 Mar 2014
ieaTV recently interviewed Margaret Thatcher’s authorised biographer Charles Moore to discuss the former Prime Minister’s legacy. In the video above, Moore provides great insights as to how Margaret Thatcher’s stance on the market...
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20 Mar 2014
On the day after Budget 2014, the IEA and the Taxpayers’ Alliance co-hosted a post budget briefing with politicians and experts from across the political spectrum: Douglas Carswell MP (Conservative), Jeremy Browne MP (Lib Dem), Lord McFall (...
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20 Mar 2014
On the day after Budget 2014, the IEA and the Taxpayers’ Alliance co-hosted a post budget briefing with politicians and experts from across the political spectrum: Douglas Carswell MP (Conservative), Jeremy Browne MP (Lib Dem), Lord McFall (...
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20 Mar 2014
On the day after Budget 2014, the IEA and the Taxpayers’ Alliance co-hosted a post budget briefing with politicians and experts from across the political spectrum: Douglas Carswell MP (Conservative), Jeremy Browne MP (Lib Dem), Lord McFall (...
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20 Mar 2014
On the day after Budget 2014, the IEA and the Taxpayers’ Alliance co-hosted a post budget briefing with politicians and experts from across the political spectrum: Douglas Carswell MP (Conservative), Jeremy Browne MP (Lib Dem), Lord McFall (...
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18 Mar 2014
At the IEA’s annual State of the Economy Conference, former Monetary Policy Committee member Andrew Sentance delivered a speech entitled: ‘The era of cheap money – how cheap and for how long?’ Sentance used his speech to...
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18 Mar 2014
ieaTV recently caught up with science journalist Matt Ridley to discuss the potential benefits of shale gas exploration in the UK. In the interview above, Ridley explains that shale gas is readily available in the UK and can be extracted relatively...
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14 Mar 2014
Following the re-publication of James Bartholomew’s book ‘The Welfare State We’re In’, and the recent political rows over the future of the benefits system, ieaTV caught up with former secretary of state Peter Lilley MP to...
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13 Mar 2014
The IEA recently hosted the re-launch of James Bartholomew’s book ‘The Welfare State We’re In’. In the video above, ieaTV interview Bartholomew himself, alongside TV and film producer Martin Durkin, on the origins and...
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5 Mar 2014
The former governor of the central bank of Poland Professor Leszek Balcerowicz has been critical of those who blame the euro itself for all of the problems currently faced by Eurozone economies. ieaTV caught up with him at our annual State of the...
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4 Mar 2014
Former MPC member Andrew Sentance has been a strong critic of the Bank of England’s monetary policy over the past couple of years. ieaTV caught up with him at our State of the Economy conference to ask what advice he’d give the MPC for...
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4 Mar 2014
ieaTV caught up with the Institute for Fiscal Studies’ Paul Johnson to discuss the government’s deficit reduction plan and the longer-term outlook for the UK’s public finances. In the interview above, Johnson explains that the...
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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....