"...the IEA is the home of good economic analysis applied to public policy." – Allister Heath, The Telegraph
Our new magazine, EA – which we distribute to schools and universities throughout the UK – is now available for free download.
The seventh and latest edition tackles the issues of Europe, immigration, the BBC and the sharing 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.
For Issue 4 (Autumn 2014), click here.
For Issue 5 (Spring 2015), click here.
For Issue 6 (Autumn 2015), click here.
To download the latest magazine (Spring 2016), click here.
Articles from our most recent EA:
From the Editor - Philip Booth - Read here
Interview: Unequal but Prosperous - Deidre McCloskey - Read here
Rebuttal: Is the NHS Underfunded? - Kristian Niemietz - Read here
Fads & Fallacies: Regulation and the public interest - Christopher J. Coyne and Rachel L. Coyne - Read here
Cover Story: Tomorrow 3.0 - Michael Munger - Read here
Viewpoint: The Economic Case for Migration - Jonathan Portes - Read here
Insights: Economics and Prisons - Vicky Pryce and David Skarbeck - Read here
Precis: Breaking up is Hard to Do - Len Shackleton- Read here
Perspective: Fast Food... Slow Results - Daniel Aaronson, Eric French and Isaac Sorkin - Read here
Foundations: A Better Picture - Steve Davies - Read here
Briefing - Read here
City View: Money Matters - Tim Congdon - Read here
Idealog: Best of the IEA Blog - Philip Booth, Kristian Niemietz and Len Shackleton - Read here
Reviewed and Revisited: In Defence of Deflation (Philipp Bagus) and A Monetary History of the United States 1867-1960 (Milton Friedman and Anna Jacobson Schwartz - Read here
Soundbites: Profit Schools, A Social Market Economy, Local Currencies - Gabriel Heller Sahlgren, Razeem Sally, Christopher Snowdon - Read here
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