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The IEA's latest publication is essential reading for anybody interested in the so-called 'new economy'.
John Corkindale argues for the privatisation of the land use planning system
Professor Otmar Issing, a member of the Executive Board of the European Central Bank, assesses the first five years of the euro's life.
A robust examination and critique of statist solutions to energy and environmental problems.
A lucid investigation of the economic, environmental, practical and congestion effects of the adoption of road pricing
In the 18th IEA Current Controversies paper, David Franklin offers a fresh analysis of the waste of taxpayers' money by government
David Henderson examines the role and conduct of business today, against the background of changes over the last sixty years
Professor Pedro Schwartz argues that the political implications of the UK joining the euro are more important than the economic implications
Professor D R Myddelton argues that over-regulation of accounting is likely to lead to more bad practice and accounting scandals
A survey of government performance across a range of indicators
Richard A. Epstein explains how getting the 'easy questions' right may be more important than solving the 'hard questions'
8th IEA Discussion Paper
Dr Elaine Sternberg lucidly defines the purposes of corporate governance and analyses different models of corporate regulation.
A new research paper estimates that critics reviews benefited West End theatre by £19m in 2003 but that the impact of The Evening Standard was negative by nearly £2m.
17th in the series of IEA Current Controversies Paper