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The IEA has an extensive publication programme ranging from academic peer-reviewed monographs to shorter policy papers.
Harm reduction is a better strategy than prohibition
Tax havens are essential to maintain a healthy economy
Government urged to introduce voluntary pay-as-you-go system for drivers
High tax rates have led to shadow economy worth over £150 billion in UK
New IEA research finds fat taxes would hit the poorest the hardest
New research finds retirement has a detrimental impact on both mental and physical health over time
Evidence shows moral panic at gaming machines ill-founded
The euro zone as we know it must end or be radically reformed
Swathes of complex capital regulation have made banking riskier
European Commission spending millions on pro-EU lobby groups
New IEA research finds a market-oriented anti-poverty policy could lead to families being £750 a month better off
Not only is fuel duty unfair on motorists, it also puts British companies at a competitive disadvantage
Trade expert Sushil Mohan, in a paper published by the IEA, argues that non-tariff barriers are an important impediment to trade for less developed countries and need to be brought to the forefront of the trade debate.
Former Senior Reagan economist warns against US stimulus spending
Privatising Britain’s road network would raise more than £150bn
IEA discussion paper shows the Treasury is losing as much as £1.2 billion every year to the illegal alcohol industry.
A new IEA publication explores the case for deregulating the gambling market
New IEA paper demonstrates that Swedish success is a result of the free market and not the welfare state