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11 Sep 2014
Matt Ridley, author of The Rational Optimist and member of the House of Lords, was awarded the IEA Free Enterprise Award in August 2014. After the ceremony, ieaTV caught up with Matt to discuss the award, free enterprise, and his thoughts on the...
13 Aug 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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5 Mar 2014
After delivering a speech on the BRIC economies during the iea’s State of the Economy conference, HSBC’s Stephen caught up with ieaTV to explain why he was confident that incentives were aligning for trade barriers between emerging...
4 Mar 2014
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25 Feb 2014
With the poor moving away from subsistence farming and the world population predicted to increase from 7 billion to 9.3 billion by 2050, investment in commercial agriculture has never been more vital.   In this panel discussion, Keith...
25 Feb 2014
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10 Jan 2014
The late Professor Ronald Coase made huge contributions to the development of economics over 75 years. From his paper on the theory of the firm, which was published in 1937 (and cited when he won the Nobel Prize), to his IEA book How China Became...
28 Nov 2013
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10 Jan 2014
The late Professor Ronald Coase made huge contributions to the development of economics over 75 years. From his paper on the theory of the firm, which was published in 1937 (and cited when he won the Nobel Prize), to his IEA book How China Became...
28 Nov 2013
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10 Jan 2014
The late Professor Ronald Coase made huge contributions to the development of economics over 75 years. From his paper on the theory of the firm, which was published in 1937 (and cited when he won the Nobel Prize), to his IEA book How China Became...
28 Nov 2013
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11 Dec 2013
Americans went to the polls on 6 November to choose not only a President, but also to determine control of the Senate and House of Representatives. Their choices will have a major impact on global economic performance. Will the United States...
16 Nov 2012
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11 Dec 2013
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
26 Apr 2012
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11 Dec 2013
The 2012 Hayek Lecture, delivered by Professor Elinor Ostrom on 'The Future of the Commons'
29 Mar 2012
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11 Dec 2013
An evening panel discussion on football and business, and how the self-regulating nature of the football market can be seen as the embodiment of the Big Society. Speakers: Prof Chris Brady, Dean, BPP Business School Dr Stephen Davies, Education...
17 Mar 2011
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11 Dec 2013
In recent years, debates on international trade policy have focused on the role of the World Trade Organization and the two big political and economic powers – the USA and the EU. This interview profiles a book arguing that this focus must...
24 Apr 2008
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11 Dec 2013
Sub-Saharan Africa has received tens of billions of dollars in foreign aid over the last fifty years yet economic development has remained elusive. In many countries absolute poverty has increased and life expectancy has declined. In this short...
18 Dec 2007
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11 Dec 2013
A recent IEA student/teachers' workshop featured sessions led by Dr Mark Pennington on “Environmentalists: Nice but Wrong?”; Dr Stephen Davies on “Trade, Trade Connections and History”; Dr John Meadowcroft on “...
28 Nov 2007
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11 Dec 2013
A recent IEA student/teachers' workshop featured sessions led by Dr Mark Pennington on “Environmentalists: Nice but Wrong?”; Dr Stephen Davies on “Trade, Trade Connections and History”; Dr John Meadowcroft on “...
28 Nov 2007
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11 Dec 2013
How is it that so many major, government-sponsored projects can lose so much money? As this short interview makes clear, the answer to this question does not lie with malign intentions on behalf of their promoters in government. In a highly readable...
11 Sep 2007
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11 Dec 2013
IEA and Free Enterprise Group - Conservative Party Conference event - Tuesday 9 October 2012 Emerging economies are now rising up as giants, while the shadow of economic crisis is still hovering over the UK. This session will set out 15 policy...
9 Oct 2012
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11 Dec 2013
From the Mercatus Center: Matt Mitchell, a senior fellow at the Mercatus Center, dives into the root causes of world income ineqaulity as described in Branko Milanovic's book, 'The Haves and the Have Nots.'
13 Sep 2013
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11 Dec 2013
From the Institute of Humane Studes: The Fair Trade movement includes sound ideas for improving the state of the coffee industry and well-meaning; however, the Fair Trade fight ignores the realities of supply and demand and actually hurts the...
12 Jul 2013
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9 Dec 2013
Medard Mulangala, parliamentary opposition leader in the Democratic Repulic of Congo, Secretary of the Economics and Finance Committee of the National Assembly, and former Ministry for Mining and Energy, delivers a lecture at the IEA outlining the...
10 May 2011

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