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26 Aug 2015
Dr Christian Stadler, Professor of Strategic Management at the University of Warwick, spoke at the IEA's THINK Conference, held at the Royal Geographical Society. In this film he speaks about free markets and poverty.
6 Aug 2015
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9 Aug 2015
Dr Lynne Kiesling, Associate Professor in Economics at Northwestern University, speaks at the IEA's 2015 THINK Conference. She discusses the role of energy resources in alleviating poverty.
7 Aug 2015
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9 Aug 2015
Professor Philip Booth, Editorial and Programme Director at the IEA discusses what keeps people poor in poor countries - bureaucracy, regulation, and the weakness of institutions and private property rights.
7 Aug 2015
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5 Aug 2015
Do free markets help or oppress the poor? In this panel discussion at the IEA's THINK Conference Associate Professor at Warwick University Dr Christian Stadler, and Northwestern University Associate Professor Dr Lynne Kiesling discuss what free...
1 Aug 2015
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29 Apr 2015
James Bartholomew, following up to his bold critique of the welare state in The Welfare State We're In, launched his newest book The Welfare of Nations as an event at the IEA. Joined by Welfare Minister Lord Freud and Spectator Editor...
29 Apr 2015
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28 Oct 2014
Kristian Niemietz chairs a discussion by James Bartholomew, Dr Harry Binswanger and Prof Philippe Van Parijs about whether a libertarian can support a welfare state.
27 Oct 2014
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17 Mar 2014
The IEA recently hosted the re-launch of James Bartholomew’s book ‘The Welfare State We’re In’. In the video above, ieaTV interview Bartholomew himself, alongside TV and film producer Martin Durkin, on the origins and...
13 Mar 2014
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17 Mar 2014
Following the re-publication of James Bartholomew’s book ‘The Welfare State We’re In’, and the recent political rows over the future of the benefits system, ieaTV caught up with former secretary of state Peter Lilley MP to...
14 Mar 2014
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11 Dec 2013
  Speakers: Prof Philip Booth, Editorial Director, IEA; Janet Daley, Columnist, Sunday Telegraph; Baron Glasman of Stoke Newington and of Stamford Hill, Senior Lecturer in Political Theory, London Guildhall University; Chris Goulden,...
28 Feb 2013
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11 Dec 2013
An evening panel discussion tackling the question of whether there should be a specific government department covering the areas of media, culture and sport.
8 Feb 2012
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11 Dec 2013
An evening panel discussion at the IEA, featuring: Prof Philip Booth, Editorial Director, IEA (chair); Jesse Norman, Conservative MP for Hereford and South Herefordshire; Prof J R Shackleton, Professor of Economics, University of Buckingham;...
25 Jan 2012
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11 Dec 2013
An evening panel discussion with Kristian Niemietz, Poverty Fellow, IEA; Chris Snowdon, Author & Columnist; Will Straw, Head of Strategic Development, IPPR and Founder of Left Foot Forward and Kitty Ussher, Director of Demos
19 Jan 2011
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11 Dec 2013
Philip Booth explains the key arguments from his book on pensions, Pension Provision: Government Failure Around the World which surveys the results of government intervention in the market for retirement income provision throughout the world. He...
5 Dec 2008
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11 Dec 2013
In this video Peter King outlines the main arguments he makes in his book, Choice and the End of Social Housing. He suggests that the provision of housing for the less well off has been dominated by the state for over sixty years. Despite some moves...
12 Jul 2007
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11 Dec 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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10 Dec 2013
AUDIO ONLY- Philip Booth discusses the role of the IEA, and the effect of the welfare state on poverty in the UK.   
9 Apr 2013
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27 Nov 2013
In this video Peter King outlines the main arguments he makes in his book, Choice and the End of Social Housing. He suggests that the provision of housing for the less well off has been dominated by the state for over sixty years. Despite some...
12 Jul 2007
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27 Nov 2013
In this interview Mark Pennington critiques the belief held by many social democrats that the failure of past government interventions in social and economic life can be explained by the absence of social capital, and that government must intervene...
20 Nov 2007
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27 Nov 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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27 Nov 2013
Philip Booth explains the key arguments from his book on pensions, Pension Provision: Government Failure Around the World which surveys the results of government intervention in the market for retirement income provision throughout the world. He...
5 Dec 2008

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