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4 Apr 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...
28 Mar 2014
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1 Apr 2014
ieaTV caught up with Margaret Thatcher’s authorised biographer Charles Moore to discuss the legacy of Thatcherism. In this video, Moore explains how her key legacy from a policy perspective was the export of privatisations around the world....
28 Mar 2014
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1 Apr 2014
ieaTV caught up with Margaret Thatcher’s authorised biographer Charles Moore to discuss the former Prime Minister’s relationship with US President Ronald Reagan. In this video, Moore describes when the pair first met, and how their...
28 Mar 2014
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1 Apr 2014
ieaTV caught up with Margaret Thatcher’s authorised biographer Charles Moore to discuss the former Prime Minister’s approach to the Cold War. In this video, Moore describes how Margaret Thatcher provided a fresh approach to the conflict...
28 Mar 2014
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1 Apr 2014
ieaTV caught up with Margaret Thatcher’s authorised biographer Charles Moore to discuss the former Prime Minister’s changing attitude towards the European Union. In this video, Moore describes how Margaret Thatcher was initially in...
28 Mar 2014
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30 Mar 2014
ieaTV caught up with Margaret Thatcher’s authorised biographer Charles Moore to discuss the former Prime Minister’s beliefs in free market economics. Moore explained that Thatcher instinctively believed in market economics, but it was...
28 Mar 2014
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25 Feb 2014
Professor Forrest Capie, Professor Emeritus of Economic History at The Cass Business School, City University, London, compares America's 1930s depression to the UK's recent recession and considers what lessons can be applied to Britain'...
3 Feb 2014
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25 Feb 2014
Professor David Laidler explains how macroeconomic policies can go wrong  
3 Feb 2014
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25 Feb 2014
Professor Tim Congdon CBE Founder of International Monetary Research Limited, reviews the boom - to - bust warning signs he spotted in late 2005
3 Feb 2014
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11 Dec 2013
From the Institute of Humane Studies: "While capitalism and imperialism have been closely linked in the minds of many, the truth is that the two systems are at odds with one another. Where one system flourishes, the other cannot."
3 Jun 2013
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11 Dec 2013
Martin Durkin has produced, directed and executive-produced a wide variety of programmes covering the arts, science, history, entertainment, features and social documentaries. His latest documentary Margaret – Death of a Revolutionary was...
5 Jun 2013
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11 Dec 2013
Institute of Economic Affairs fringe event at Liberal Democrat Conference. Speakers: Mark Littlewood (Chair), Jeremy Browne MP, Evan Harris, Paul Marshall, Nick Watt
23 Sep 2012
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11 Dec 2013
Institute of Economic Affairs fringe event at Liberal Democrat Conference.
23 Sep 2012
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11 Dec 2013
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).
21 Sep 2012
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11 Dec 2013
Dr. Steve Davies asks whether UK debt is too high, and what the government can do about the deficit.
5 Jul 2012
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11 Dec 2013
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...
27 Jun 2012
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11 Dec 2013
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...
27 Jun 2012
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11 Dec 2013
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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11 Dec 2013
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...
19 Apr 2012
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11 Dec 2013
Jacob T. Levy, Tomlinson Professor of Political Theory at McGill University, delivers a talk on liberal theory and the history of liberal thought.
24 Jan 2012

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