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James Gwartney, Robert Lawson, and Joshua Hall
20 Sep 2011

The latest edition of this annual report, published in association with the Institute of Economic Affairs

Eamonn Butler
12 May 2011

A concise guide to the ideas and influence of the free-market economist

Gary S. Becker
13 Apr 2011

How the market could solve this most controversial of issues

Mark Pennington
24 Jan 2011

Classical Liberalism and the Future of Public Policy

Terry Miller and Kim R Holmes
12 Jan 2011

The seventeenth edition of the Heritage Foundation's popular survey of economic liberty

W. H. Hutt
21 Oct 2010

An Essay on the Supposed Electoral Obstacles Impeding the Translation of Economic Analysis into Policy

Eugene F. Miller
16 Sep 2010

A superb analysis of this masterpiece of political economy

John Meadowcroft and Gerard Casey
11 Mar 2010

Free markets both alleviate poverty and empower the poor

Philip Booth and Richard Wellings
15 Dec 2009

An incredible collection which for the first time brings together the IEA's work on globalization and free trade

Robert Rosenbleeth
22 Apr 2009

Free-market blog and think-tank responses to the crash of 2008

Philip Booth and John Meadowcroft
18 Mar 2009

A major new collection of classic IEA papers written by Nobel Laureates

Martin Ricketts
1 Oct 2008

Leading authorities, including Oliver E. Williamson, discuss the New Institutional Economics

Edited by Stephen F. Copp
26 Aug 2008

In this major collection, leading experts discuss the role of law in market economies

Philip Booth
12 Jun 2008

A short critique of the concept of 'market failure'

Barry Bracewell-Milnes
12 Jun 2008

A rich and original new book which explores the nature and creation of wealth in modern economies

Eamonn Butler
10 Mar 2008

Easy to read and accessible, this new book from Eamonn Butler explains how the free market works in the 'real world'

John Meadowcroft et al.
4 Mar 2008

Why outlawing particular goods and services is bad public policy

John Meadowcroft and Mark Pennington
20 Nov 2007

The argument that governments must intervene to create social capital is comprehensively refuted

Helen Johns and Paul Ormerod
1 Aug 2007

A robust critique of the so-called 'economics of happiness'