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IEA presents four possible paths for Britain outside the EU
The euro zone as we know it must end or be radically reformed
European Commission spending millions on pro-EU lobby groups
A groundbreaking analysis of EU centralisation
Liberalisation and political reform are needed in the poorest parts of the EU
This IEA classic concisely lays out the economic issues that would be raised if Britain were to leave the EU.
The EU has failed to uphold property rights in Slovenia
Professor Patrick Messerlin plots an economic future for the EU.
A guide to what the adoption of the proposed European Constitution will really entail
A review of the economic aspects of the UK’s relationship with the EU
Professor Pedro Schwartz argues that the political implications of the UK joining the euro are more important than the economic implications
Main articles on The Governance of the European Union, guest edited by Professor Norman Barry
8th IEA Discussion Paper