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Edited by Philip Booth
12 Apr 2013

The euro zone as we know it must end or be radically reformed

Gabriel H. Sahlgren
10 Apr 2013

Education reforms must go further

Forrest Capie and Geoffrey Wood
27 Mar 2013

Swathes of complex capital regulation have made banking riskier

Christopher Snowdon
6 Mar 2013

European Commission spending millions on pro-EU lobby groups

Kristian Niemietz
22 Dec 2012

New IEA research finds a market-oriented anti-poverty policy could lead to families being £750 a month better off

Richard Wellings
16 Nov 2012

Not only is fuel duty unfair on motorists, it also puts British companies at a competitive disadvantage

Sushil Mohan, Sangeeta Khorana and Homagni Choudhury
13 Nov 2012

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.

6 Nov 2012

Former Senior Reagan economist warns against US stimulus spending

5 Nov 2012

We need an entirely new approach to regulation across the financial sector which is based on transparency, market discipline and simple and stable legal frameworks

Oliver Knipping and Richard Wellings
28 Oct 2012

Privatising Britain’s road network would raise more than £150bn

Christopher Snowdon
22 Oct 2012

IEA discussion paper shows the Treasury is losing as much as £1.2 billion every year to the illegal alcohol industry.

James Gwartney, Robert Lawson & Joshua Hall
19 Sep 2012

The latest edition of this annual report, published in association with the Institute of Economic Affairs

Eamonn Butler
11 Sep 2012

A concise guide to the ideas and influence of the libertarian economist

Christopher Snowdon
11 Sep 2012

A new IEA publication explores the case for deregulating the gambling market

Nima Sanandaji
27 Aug 2012

New IEA paper demonstrates that Swedish success is a result of the free market and not the welfare state

Sir Ian Byatt
6 Aug 2012

New IEA paper argued that reforms are needed to encourage more choice and more trading in Britain’s water market.

Philip Booth and Michael Jeffers
30 Jul 2012

Short articles on the LIBOR scandal looking for a deeper understanding of the crisis

Steven Horwitz
25 Jul 2012

The causes of the Great Recession lie in misguided government policy, not in the underlying workings of the market.