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F A Hayek
19 Jul 2005

The Reader's Digest condensed version of 'The Road to Serfdom'. Now includes 'The Intellectuals and Socialism'

Anne Carlson
15 Apr 2005

In the 9th IEA Discussion Paper, Jennifer Anne Carlson analyses the myths and realities of private fire protection

Richard A. Epstein
1 Mar 2004

Richard A. Epstein explains how getting the 'easy questions' right may be more important than solving the 'hard questions'

David Franklin
8 May 2003

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Anthony De Jasay
8 Apr 2003

7th in the series of IEA Discussion Papers

Geoffrey E Wood
1 Aug 2002

A collection of short journal columns which refute some common economic fallacies.

F A Hayek with Edwin J. Feulner. Introduction by John Blundell
1 Nov 2001

The Reader's Digest Condensed Version

Gordon Tullock, Arthur Seldon and Gordon L. Brady
1 Sep 2000
Douglass C North
1 Mar 1999

Short introduction to the New Institutional Economics by Nobel laureate Douglass C North.

David Parker and Ralph Stacey
1 Jan 1998

The best selling IEA title of the 1990s, it applies chaos theory to the social sciences

James Gwartney and Robert Lawson
1 Jan 1998
Terence C. Mills
1 Oct 1992
John Burton
15 Oct 1983

Classic critique of selective government interventions

Steven N. S. Cheung
1 Dec 1978

With a Prologue by Charles K. Rowley and an Epilogue by John Burton

James M. Buchanan, John Burton and Richard E. Wagner
20 Apr 1978

An analysis of the misuse of economic theory for political profiteering

T. W. Hutchison
12 Jul 1977

Keynes's name and repute have been used to support policies not justified by his writings

F. A. Hayek
31 Oct 1973

F. A. Hayek's groundbreaking analysis of how to preserve economic freedom in a democracy

Axel Leijonhufvud
10 Jul 1969

Two lectures on Keynes's contribution to economic theory

A major new book suggests that the success western capitalism is due in part to the strength of its institutions

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Andrew Gamble et al

A minor classic from the late 1980s, this favourite from the IEA’s back catalogue offers timeless insight.

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