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Kevin Dowd
17 Jun 2014

A book about Bitcoin and other electronic currencies

John C. Duffy and Christopher Snowdon
15 Jun 2014

The problems with alcohol policy in the UK

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

Dr Richard Wellings
28 Apr 2014

New research casts serious doubt on claims HS2 will regenerate the North

Christopher Snowdon
21 Apr 2014

Research into the overall impact of plain packaging

Iain Mansfield
9 Apr 2014

The winner of the IEA Brexit Prize

Rory Broomfield and Iain Murray, Tim Hewish, Ben Clement, Prof Stephen Bush and Daniel Pycock
8 Apr 2014

The final six shortlisted entries for the IEA Brexit Prize

Ryan Bourne and J. R. Shackleton
2 Apr 2014

The minimum wage has failed to target poverty and youth employment

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
5 Feb 2014

New IEA research calls on government to do more to end state-funded political activism

Gabriel H. Sahlgren
8 Jan 2014

Government reforms to state pension age must go further and faster

Kristian Niemietz
16 Dec 2013

Airport expansion must be wrestled from government’s hands, argues new report

Colin Robinson
11 Dec 2013

Government must step back from energy markets to lower prices

David Starkie
25 Nov 2013

New report argues that ‘economy class’ carriages would cost around 20% less than the standard class fare

Eamonn Butler
14 Nov 2013

An introduction to the core principles that define a free society

Christopher Snowdon
14 Oct 2013

Poorest hit hardest by consumption taxes, new research shows

Keith Boyfield
10 Oct 2013

Palm oil production could be key in solving rising food costs

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

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