"The IEA continues to show the vitality and relevance of free market economics." – David Willetts MP
Professor Hugh High examines the evidence for the effectiveness of advertising bans in reducing consumption.
The latest title in the popular annual series which surveys issues in the field of utility regulation and competition policy
Analyses the causes of corruption and offers some solutions.
An accessible overview of the economic approach to law, introducing cost-benefit analysis, public choice theory and property rights perspectives.
This radical book suggests that the BBC licence fee is inequitable and should be abolished
Main articles on pharamaceutcal and healthcare policy and consumer choice
Main articles on Better Regulation Without the State, guest edited by Keith Boyfield. The sample article is on the unintended consequences of the Pensions Act 2004
The 2006 title in the IEA's annual series looking at the state of utility regulation and competition policy
A unique title that applies the latest economic thinking to the problem of crime
The latest edition of the IEA's annual review of regulation of competition policy
Essential reading for all those interested in quality broadcasting in a competitive market environment
The IEA's latest publication is essential reading for anybody interested in the so-called 'new economy'.
Main articles provide prospective on the UK's experience of privatisation
The 2004 edition of the IEA's annual survey of the state of utility regulation and deregulation
Professor D R Myddelton argues that over-regulation of accounting is likely to lead to more bad practice and accounting scandals
A collection of fine essays in recognition of Colin Robinson
Main articles on Financial Services Regulation, guest edited by Paul Klumpes. The sample article is on UK pensions regulation.
With commentaries by Elaine Sternberg and Terry Arthur