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11 Jun 2015
Peter Ainsworth, author of IEA paper Universities Challenged, speaks to the Oxford Hayek Society about his ideas to fund higher education through a 'free market graduate tax' - one that would have institutions and students agreeing a...
11 Jun 2015
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4 Jun 2015
Dr Kristian Niemietz, Senior Research Fellow at the IEA, speaks at the Oxford Economics Society debate on 'This House Would Abolish the NHS'. He argues that, unlike what many believe, there are many other much more successful methods of...
4 Jun 2015
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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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11 Dec 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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11 Dec 2013
Prof. James Tooley of Newcastle University delivers the E.G. West Memorial Lecture. Including a Q&A session chaired by Mark Littlewood, Director General of the Institute of Economic Affairs.
19 Oct 2011
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11 Dec 2013
In the UK, further education is a bastion of Soviet central planning that has wholly avoided the market-based reforms that have been adopted in other parts of the state sector. In terms of total spending, further education is important, but hitherto...
3 Nov 2009
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11 Dec 2013
An introduction to our work in schools, colleges and universities - from IEA Education Director Dr. Steve Davies and External Relations Manager Christiana Hambro.
11 Nov 2013
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11 Dec 2013
Christopher Snowdon, Director of IEA Lifestyle Economics, on the threats to consumer choice in our society – and why free market mechanisms produce better outcomes than heavy-handed state regulation.
11 Nov 2013
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27 Nov 2013
In the UK, further education is a bastion of Soviet central planning that has wholly avoided the market-based reforms that have been adopted in other parts of the state sector. In terms of total spending, further education is important, but...
3 Nov 2009
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21 Nov 2013
Prof James Tooley of Newcastle University delivers the E.G. West Memorial Lecture. Including a Q&A session chaired by Mark Littlewood, Director General of the Institute of Economic Affairs.
19 Oct 2011
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21 Nov 2013
The second panel discussion at the IEA/FEG Growth Forum on job creation and education. Speakers include: Len Shackleton Elizabeth Truss MP Priti Patel MP David Rutley MP
27 Feb 2012
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28 Oct 2011
Prof James Tooley of Newcastle University delivers the E.G. West Memorial Lecture on the subject of 'The profit motive in education'.
19 Oct 2011
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6 Dec 2010
In the UK, further education is a bastion of Soviet central planning that has wholly avoided the market-based reforms that have been adopted in other parts of the state sector. In terms of total spending, further education is important, but...
3 Nov 2009

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