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Easy to read and accessible, this new book from Eamonn Butler explains how the free market works in the 'real world'
The argument that governments must intervene to create social capital is comprehensively refuted
A robust critique of the so-called 'economics of happiness'
An authoritative, but concise introduction to the life and work of Adam Smith which covers both the Wealth of Nations and his other great works
A beautifully produced DVD which explores the life and work of F A Hayek
Milton Friedman in conversation with Gary Becker in this excellent DVD
A masterly exposition of the benefits of the market system and the deficiencies of the welfare state
The Reader's Digest condensed version of 'The Road to Serfdom'. Now includes 'The Intellectuals and Socialism'
In the 9th IEA Discussion Paper, Jennifer Anne Carlson analyses the myths and realities of private fire protection
Richard A. Epstein explains how getting the 'easy questions' right may be more important than solving the 'hard questions'
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7th in the series of IEA Discussion Papers
A collection of short journal columns which refute some common economic fallacies.
Short introduction to the New Institutional Economics by Nobel laureate Douglass C North.
The best selling IEA title of the 1990s, it applies chaos theory to the social sciences