"...the IEA is the home of good economic analysis applied to public policy." – Allister Heath, City AM
The IEA has an extensive publication programme ranging from academic peer-reviewed monographs to shorter policy papers.
New IEA paper demonstrates that Swedish success is a result of the free market and not the welfare state
New IEA paper argued that reforms are needed to encourage more choice and more trading in Britain’s water market.
Short articles on the LIBOR scandal looking for a deeper understanding of the crisis
The causes of the Great Recession lie in misguided government policy, not in the underlying workings of the market.
Education reforms at risk unless government allows for-profit free schools
It's time for a radical overhaul of state-funded charities
New fiscal rules needed to control government spending
Government’s timid reform will not solve chronic housing affordability problems
How Keynesian policies would not have worked then, and why they will not work now
Why it won't work and will damage the economy
How entrepreneurship will drive economic growth
Challenging the economic case for this white elephant
How the market could solve this most controversial of issues