The IEA has an extensive publication programme ranging from academic peer-reviewed monographs to shorter policy papers.
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
A robust critique of the so-called 'economics of happiness'
An authoritative, but concise introduction to the life and work of Adam Smith which covers both the Wealth of Nations and his other great works
Prosperity should be companies' main objective
Professor Hugh High examines the evidence for the effectiveness of advertising bans in reducing consumption.
A major study of the economic impact of the growth in UK government expenditure.
Peter King proposes radical reform of the system of support for housing costs and the abolition of social housing.
The EU has failed to uphold property rights in Slovenia
A new perspective on how Christians should approach issues of public policy
A lavish hardback edition of this new IEA book which provides new perspectives on how christians should approach issues of public policy
Published by the IEA in association with Edward Elgar
Analyses the causes of corruption and offers some solutions.
A critical examination of the fair trade movement
An accessible overview of the economic approach to law, introducing cost-benefit analysis, public choice theory and property rights perspectives.
Professor Berkeley Hill of Imperial College London et al analyse the appropriate roles of the public and private sectors in the developing rural economy.
A masterly exposition of the benefits of the market system and the deficiencies of the welfare state
Government policy has encouraged the breakdown of families with devastating social and economic consequences