The IEA has an extensive publication programme ranging from academic peer-reviewed monographs to shorter policy papers.
Condensed version of the biography of the IEA's founder
A new book which suggests that discrimination is not causing the gender pay gap
The dangers of too much government power
A new book which argues that market-based adaptation should be favoured when contemplating the challenges of climate change
In this major collection, leading experts discuss the role of law in market economies
Why Christians should think twice before putting fair trade on a pedestal
Thirteen authors examine how think tanks can influence public policy
Health experts have lost confidence in a centrally planned health service
A short critique of the concept of 'market failure'
Unilateral liberalisation, not trade negotations, is the key to free trade
Reforms are needed to tackle the causes of inactivity
F. A. Hayek's masterpiece on economic crises, free banking and inflation has been reissued
Author estimates government liabilities at £1,071 billion
Secure private property rights are essential for economic growth in Africa
A comparison of nationwide charging and project-based schemes
The argument that governments must intervene to create social capital is comprehensively refuted
This IEA classic concisely lays out the economic issues that would be raised if Britain were to leave the EU.
An analysis of six major schemes, including Concorde and the Millennium Dome