"...the IEA is the home of good economic analysis applied to public policy." – Allister Heath, The Telegraph
How the 'grassroots' movement has got it totally wrong
How our current system of high and complicated taxes are damaging economic growth
A look at how cutting non-means-tested benefits and reforming state pensions could save £16bn a year
Mark Littlewood on the implications of Britain's record budget deficit
An estimate of the public spending cuts required to tackle the UK's budget deficit
Small firms suffer far more than large firms
Obama is repeating the mistakes of the Great Depression
A Historic Perspective on the 2009 Budget forecasts
A timely new book exploring the consequences of the financial crash
Author calculates government debt at 276% of GDP
The second edition of Fred Harrison's prescient book about a looming property crash
A major study of the economic impact of the growth in UK government expenditure.
A member of the Scottish Parliament offers a means to improve devolution which would reduce taxes and increase accountability
A discussion of the impact and legacy of the seminal 1981 Budget.
Richard Teather sets out the enormous benefits that flow from tax competition.
In the 18th IEA Current Controversies paper, David Franklin offers a fresh analysis of the waste of taxpayers' money by government
A survey of government performance across a range of indicators