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11 Dec 2013
Richard D. North sets out the benefits of mass affluence and explains why 'rich is beautiful'.
28 Nov 2007
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11 Dec 2013
Despite his fame, there is still widespread ignorance about the breadth of Adam Smith’s contributions to economics, politics and philosophy. In this short video Eamonn Butler introduces the life and work of this ‘founder of economics...
26 Jul 2007
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11 Dec 2013
In this short interview John Blundell talks about his paper Waging the War of Ideas, examining how wars of ideas can be waged, using his extensive experience of classical liberal think tanks. John Blundell begins his stimulating collection of...
7 Mar 2007
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11 Dec 2013
From Reason TV: Reason's Nick Gillespie moderates a fast-paced discussion between libertarians and conservatives as they discuss the definition of 'libertarian populism.'
9 Aug 2013
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11 Dec 2013
From the Atlas Foundation: Tom Palmer discuses his new book of essays, 'Why Liberty.'
20 Sep 2013
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11 Dec 2013
Friedrich Hayek was one of the most influential economic and political theorists of the 20th century. In economics two of his most important contributions were to explain how the market price system addresses the problem of economic coordination...
11 Nov 2013
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11 Dec 2013
Adam Smith is a name that will be familiar to most people. The ‘father of Economics’ is a famous historical figure with statues in his honour and his likeness on the £20 note. But most people have little idea why he is famous or...
11 Nov 2013
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11 Dec 2013
Professor Patrick Minford from the Cardiff Business School on the importance of Milton Friedman in modern free market economic theory. A concise guide to the ideas and influence of the free-market economist is available from the iea: http://www....
11 Nov 2013
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27 Nov 2013
In this short interview John Blundell talks about his paper Waging the War of Ideas, examining how wars of ideas can be waged, using his extensive experience of classical liberal think tanks. John Blundell begins his stimulating collection of...
7 Mar 2007
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27 Nov 2013
Despite his fame, there is still widespread ignorance about the breadth of Adam Smith’s contributions to economics, politics and philosophy. In this short video Eamonn Butler introduces the life and work of this ‘founder of economics...
26 Jul 2007
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27 Nov 2013
Helen Johns explains the key arguments her and Paul Ormerod make in their book Happiness, Economics and Public Policy. The publication analyses the economic research that underlies politicians’ growing preoccupation with measures of ‘...
1 Aug 2007
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27 Nov 2013
Richard D. North sets out the benefits of mass affluence and explains why 'rich is beautiful'.
28 Nov 2007
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27 Nov 2013
In the last fifty years, many aspects of socialism have been rolled back around the world. Indeed, in the 1990s, following the collapse of communism in Central and Eastern Europe, it seemed as if classical liberal ideas had triumphed. But this did...
10 Jul 2008
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27 Nov 2013
In this video Tim Congdon discusses Central Banking in a Free Society, looking at the role of the Bank of England. He covers the Northern Rock affair and the subsequent instability in the UK financial system in the context of the history and...
26 Mar 2009
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27 Nov 2013
Mark Littlewood, IEA Director General, conducts a one-on-one interview with UKIP leader Nigel Farage, examining whether UKIP is a free-market party.
23 Dec 2010
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27 Nov 2013
Dr Steven Kates delivers an occasional lecture at the IEA
18 Jan 2011
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27 Nov 2013
Dr Mark Pennington provides an introduction to his latest book, Robust Political Economy
20 Jan 2011
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27 Nov 2013
IEA Education Director, Dr Steve Davies, picks his Top 5 libertarian books for the Institute for Humane Studies
17 Nov 2011
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27 Nov 2013
Dr Steve Davies, Education Director at the IEA, exposes three persistent myths about the Great Depression, in a video made for the Institute for Humane Studies
25 Oct 2011
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26 Nov 2013
An evening panel discussion on how the supply side of the British economy can be liberated, allowing growth to return. Speakers: Rt Hon John Redwood, Conservative MP for Wokingham and Chairman of the Economic Affairs Committee for the Conservative...
9 Feb 2011

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