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21 Sep 2012
The Institute of Economic Affairs fringe event at UKIP Conference. Speakers: Mark Littlewood (IEA), Patrick O'Flynn (Daily Express), Steven Woolfe (UKIP Financial Services spokesperson). Chair: Stephanie LIs (IEA).
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21 Sep 2012
The Institute of Economic Affairs fringe event at UKIP Conference. Speakers: Mark Littlewood (IEA), Patrick O'Flynn (Daily Express), Steven Woolfe (UKIP Financial Services spokesperson). Chair: Stephanie LIs (IEA).
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13 Jul 2012
In this episode of 'Cass Talks', Prof. Philip Booth explains how LIBOR rates have been manipulated by Barclays. He goes on to explain how the government may look to prevent this happening again (through greater regulation), and how this...
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5 Jul 2012
  Dr Steve Davies asks whether UK debt is too high, and what the government can do about the deficit.
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5 Jul 2012
Dr. Steve Davies asks whether UK debt is too high, and what the government can do about the deficit.
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27 Jun 2012
  The IEA was delighted to host renowned economist Dr Arthur Laffer on 27th June. He was in the UK advocating lower and flatter taxes as the key to economic growth. He suggests high tax rates alter people's behaviour and act as a...
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27 Jun 2012
The IEA was delighted to host renowned economist Dr Arthur Laffer on 27th June. He was in the UK advocating lower and flatter taxes as the key to economic growth. He suggests high tax rates alter people's behaviour and act as a disincentive...
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28 May 2012
The Institute of Economic Affairs held an exclusive head-to-head debate on Drugs: The War We Never Fought between Peter Hitchens and Chris Snowdon.  Journalist, broadcaster and author Peter Hitchens (whose new book provides the title for this...
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25 May 2012
Prof Philip Booth discusses austerity in the Eurozone and historical precedents for cutting government spending and avoiding tax increases.
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25 May 2012
Prof Philip Booth discusses austerity in the Eurozone and historical precedents for cutting government spending and avoiding tax increases.
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23 May 2012
Philip Booth debates Richard Murphy and Mike Lewis on the morality of tax at the RSA.
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18 May 2012
  Speakers Welcome - Constantin Cotzias - Director, Bloomberg Europe. Head of Government and Regulatory Affairs. Mark Littlewood, Director General, Institute of Economic Affairs (Chair) Roger Bootle, Managing Director, Capital Economics John...
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18 May 2012
Panel discussion to ask whether the Eurozone crisis can be resolved and if so how.
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16 May 2012
The Institute of Economic Affairs held an exclusive head-to-head debate on Drugs: The War We Never Fought between Peter Hitchens and Chris Snowdon. Journalist, broadcaster and author Peter Hitchens (whose new book provides the title for this session...
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26 Apr 2012
Video of Prof. Ronald Coase and Ning Wang, authors of How China Became Capitalist, which opened the IEA Book Launch
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26 Apr 2012
  The book launch for the new IEA co-published book by Nobel Laureate Prof Ronald Coase and Ning Wang. Speakers include: Dr Kerry Brown - Head of Asia Programme, Chatham House Charles Dumas - Chairman, Lombard Street Research
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26 Apr 2012
The book launch for the new IEA co-published book by Nobel Laureate Prof Ronald Coase and Ning Wang.   Speakers include: Dr Kerry Brown - Head of Asia Programme, Chatham House Charles Dumas - Chairman, Lombard Street Research
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19 Apr 2012
In this episode of 'Cass Talks', Prof. Philip Booth discusses the financial risks within the British and European Economy.  He explains the effect quantitative easing has had in the UK and some of the ways the current European debt...
19 Apr 2012
In this episode of 'Cass Talks', Prof. Philip Booth discusses the financial risks within the British and European Economy.  He explains the effect quantitative easing has had in the UK and some of the ways the current European...
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29 Mar 2012
The 2012 Hayek Lecture, delivered by Professor Elinor Ostrom on 'The Future of the Com