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Martin Cassini and Richard Wellings
25 Jan 2016

Rip out 80% of traffic lights to boost economy and road safety

Diego Zuluaga
20 Jan 2016

New IEA briefing explains why proposed hire regulation would harm competition

13 Jan 2016

New IEA briefing explains why a sugar tax would be regressive & wrong

Carlo Stagnaro
24 Dec 2015

Don't let the lights go out at Christmas - EU policies hampering UK electricity market

Christopher Snowdon
17 Dec 2015

How healthy living is costing us more in the long term

Dr Kristian Niemietz
4 Dec 2015

Political short-termism trumping best practice in the NHS

Philip Booth and Ryan Bourne
23 Nov 2015

All government spending should come under the microscope

Cento Veljanovksi (Editor)
14 Nov 2015

An introduction to the ideas of Ronald Coase

Philip Booth
4 Nov 2015

“English votes for English laws” no solution to problems caused by devolution

Ryan Bourne
28 Oct 2015

The IEA launches a major new five-year project

Christopher Snowdon
10 Oct 2015

New IEA briefing explains why the Prime Minister is wrong on social mobility

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

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

1 Oct 2015

Autumn 2015 Issue of EA, the IEA's Student Magazine

Christopher Snowdon
3 Sep 2015

Drinkers subsidise non-drinkers by £6.5bn each year

Kristian Niemietz
13 Aug 2015

Going ‘the whole hog’ in healthcare reform would not require a revolution

Dr Catherine Hakim
6 Aug 2015

Decriminalising Britain’s £4bn sex industry would increase protection of women

Professor J. R. Shackleton and Professor Philip Booth
23 Jul 2015

New research from the IEA outlines the serious shortfalls of the REF scheme as a way to fund higher education.

Eamonn Butler. Foreword by Stephen Davies
16 Jul 2015

New IEA publication looks at the history and ideas behind classical liberalism

Rob Lyons and Christopher Snowdon
15 Jul 2015

A government clamp-down on sugar would be damaging and unnecessary

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

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