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Peter Clarke and Robert C. B. Miller
4 Oct 2015

An outline of Britain’s 13 biggest economic policy mistakes of the last century

Nima Sanandaji. Foreword by Tom G. Palmer
23 Jun 2015

New research debunks the myth that high taxes and a large welfare state are responsible for the success of the Nordic region

Tom Packer and Matthew Sinclair
26 Mar 2015

Large economic gains are to be had from greater devolution

Professor Philip Booth and Ryan Bourne
16 Mar 2015

Abolish the budget in its current form

Ryan Bourne
1 Dec 2014

Policymakers have continued to sidestep the fact that we have been let down by a chaotic and inefficient tax system

Philip Booth and Ryan Bourne
29 Oct 2014

Spending restraint, pro-growth reforms and fundamental changes to pensions and healthcare provision are urgently needed

Grover Norquist. With contributions by Nima Sanandaji, Matthew Sinclair and David B. Smith
10 May 2014

A book about the prospects for reducing the size of the state

Christopher Snowdon
21 Apr 2014

Research into the overall impact of plain packaging

Jagadeesh Gokhale
13 Mar 2014

UK faces crippling tax rises to pay for ageing population

Philip Booth, Ryan Bourne, Mark Littlewood
11 Mar 2014

2014 Budget should be the last in its current format

Christopher Snowdon
14 Oct 2013

Poorest hit hardest by consumption taxes, new research shows

Tim Congdon CBE, Joanna Davies, Haroon Fatih, Dr Andrew Lilico, Robert Sierra, Peter Warburton and Trevor Williams
10 Sep 2013

Leading economists warn 1% growth could become the UK’s new norm

Jamie Collier
19 Jun 2013

Tax havens are essential to maintain a healthy economy

Friedrich Schneider and Colin Williams
4 Jun 2013

High tax rates have led to shadow economy worth over £150 billion in UK

Christopher Snowdon
25 May 2013

New IEA research finds fat taxes would hit the poorest the hardest

Christopher Snowdon
22 Oct 2012

IEA discussion paper shows the Treasury is losing as much as £1.2 billion every year to the illegal alcohol industry.

Jonathan Dupont and Kwasi Kwarteng
31 May 2012

New fiscal rules needed to control government spending

Philip Booth and Ray Chidell
16 Mar 2012

A prelude to radical reform

Kent Matthews
5 Dec 2011

How Keynesian policies would not have worked then, and why they will not work now

Tim Worstall
20 Nov 2011

Why it won't work and will damage the economy

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