EA Magazine

Our new magazine, EA – which we distribute to schools and universities throughout the UK – is now available for free download.

The second and latest edition tackles the issues of foreign aid, Scottish currency, the shadow economy amongst many other topical issues.

 

For Issue 1 (Summer 2013) click here.

For Issue 2 (Autumn 2013) click here.

For Issue 3 (Spring 2014), click here.

To download the latest magazine (Autumn 2014), click here. 

 

Articles:

Welcome to the autumn edition - Prof. Philip Booth. Read the article here. 

In the dock: market failure - Prof. Philip Booth. Read the article here.

Deconstructing the argument - Kristian Niemietz. Read the article here. 

Bitcoin: the flipside of money - Kevin Dowd. Read the article here. 

Why they don't tell you 23 things about capitalism - Mark Pennington. Read the article here. 

The rational optimist - Matt Ridley. Read the article here. 

Student loan: the worst of all worlds - Neil Record. Read the article here. 

The politics of greed - Christopher J. Coyne and Rachel L. Coyne. Read the article here. 

Chalking up success - Marian L. Tupy and Dalibor Rohac. Read the article here.

The great recession and beyond - Prof. John B. Taylor and Prof. Philip Booth. Read the article here. 

The oddfellas - Stephen Davies. Read the article here. 

Shadow boxing - Tim Cogdon. Read the article here. 

Tributes to a trailblazer - Daniel Finkelstein. Read the article here. 

Under the microscope: Mrs Thatcher's industrial legacy - Anna Valero. Read the article here.

Reviewed - Nina Munk and Peter Bauer. Read the article here.

Campus - Read the article here. 

Briefing - Andy McKay, Jeremy Greenwood, Nezih Guner, Georgi Kockarkov and Cezar Santos. Read the article here.

Idealog: the best of the IEA blog. Read the articles here. 

Soundbites - Sugata Mitra, Razeen Sally, Roger Bate and Christopher Snowdon. Read articles here. 

 

 

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