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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...
11 Sep 2014
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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...
11 Sep 2014
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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...
11 Sep 2014
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8 Aug 2014
In this video the IEA’s Senior Research Fellow Kristian Niemietz outlines a free market approach to the cost of living squeeze. Building on his research in ‘Redefining the Poverty Debate’, he argues that the costs of many essential...
22 May 2014
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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...
24 Jul 2014
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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...
27 Jun 2014
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17 Jun 2014
Some public health campaigners consider good health to be irreconcilable with free market capitalism. They regard the pursuit of profit as a major cause of unhealthy consumption and view certain industries as ‘disease vectors’....
1 Aug 2013
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17 Jun 2014
Speakers:   Neil Goulden, Chairman, Association of British Bookmakers Anthony Jennens, Chairman, Gamcare Christopher Snowdon, Head of the IEA Lifestyle Economics Tom Greatrex MP Eugene Farrar While many businesses continue to struggle,...
4 Apr 2013
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17 Jun 2014
Throughout history, but particularly in the last century or so, the Catholic Church has developed a formal body of teaching on economics and political matters. Other Christian faiths have absorbed much of that work, as have non-Christians, and thus...
23 May 2007
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10 Jun 2014
Throughout history, but particularly in the last century or so, the Catholic Church has developed a formal body of teaching on economics and political matters. Other Christian faiths have absorbed much of that work, as have non-Christians, and thus...
23 May 2007
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6 Jun 2014
IEA: The State of the Economy - Session 1 The Institute of Economic Affairs' 28th Conference: Britain in the global economy: where are we now and what does the future hold?
17 Feb 2011
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6 Jun 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...
11 Feb 2014
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24 May 2014
In this video the IEA’s Director of Lifestyle Economics Chris Snowdon examines the extent of the burden of indirect taxes and government sin taxes on the poorest groups in society and how these have changed over time. This film is an excerpt...
22 May 2014
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22 May 2014
On 5th March 2014, Professor Mark Pennington from King's College London gave a talk at the Oxford Hayek Society on 'Elinor Ostrom and the Libertarian Tradition'. For more detailed account of the arguments, you can access the journal...
22 May 2014
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13 May 2014
Prof Leszek Balcerowicz, both the former chairman of the National Bank of Poland and Deputy Prime Minister of Poland, is widely credited for his role in providing Poland with economically liberal ‘shock therapy’ in the wake of the...
13 May 2013
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9 May 2014
In 2012 Grover Norquist delivered the IEA’s annual Hayek lecture, entitled ‘U-Turn On The Road to Serfdom’. This was released in May 2014 as an IEA monograph.  In the lecture, Norquist addressed how those in favour of limited...
8 May 2014
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6 May 2014
Prof. Gary Becker delivered the 19th Annual Hayek Memorial Lecture - "The Challenge of Immigration: A Radical Solution".
17 Jun 2010
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30 Apr 2014
Prof Philip Booth discusses austerity in the Eurozone and historical precedents for cutting government spending and avoiding tax increases.
25 May 2012
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24 Apr 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...
27 Feb 2014