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Michael 't Sas-Rolfes
1 Apr 1995

In this paper Michael 't Sas-Rolfes carefully examines the benefits and costs of reopening the trade in rhino products. He suggests a strategy for managing the opening of this trade to increase the probability that rhinos as a wild species will survive.

Ike C. Sugg and Urs P. Kreuter
1 Nov 1994
Sir Alan Walters
1 Sep 1994
Roger Bate and Julian Morris
1 Aug 1994
Richard Stevenson
1 Mar 1994

An IEA classic setting out the case for the legalisation of recreational drugs

John Hibbs
15 Apr 1993

Depoliticising the transport sector

Terence C. Mills
1 Oct 1992
Forrest Capie and Michael Collins
1 Jul 1992
John T Addison and W. Stanley Siebert
15 Feb 1991
Wilfred Beckerman
15 Jan 1990

Market pricing, government regulation, environmental policy

Kevin Dowd
10 Nov 1988

Groundbreaking analysis of the benefits of free banking

Alan Evans
15 Jul 1988

The devastating economic impact of planning controls

Brian Griffiths and Hugh Murray
15 Jun 1985

Reform plan would have several beneficial results

John Burton
15 Oct 1983

Classic critique of selective government interventions