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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.

Edited by James B. Stanfield
19 Jul 2012

Education reforms at risk unless government allows for-profit free schools

25 Jun 2012

Have the Liberal Democrats 'reclaimed liberalism'?

Christopher Snowdon
11 Jun 2012

It's time for a radical overhaul of state-funded charities

Jonathan Dupont and Kwasi Kwarteng
31 May 2012

New fiscal rules needed to control government spending

Kristian Niemietz
10 Apr 2012

Government’s timid reform will not solve chronic housing affordability problems

Prof. Ronald Coase and Ning Wang
1 Apr 2012

Nobel Laureate Ronald Coase and Professor Ning Wang examine the extraordinary events that led to China's transformation, from a closed agrarian economy to an invincible manufacturing powerhouse of the global economy.

Deepak Lal
27 Mar 2012

Deepak Lal tackles the hidden roots of our problems in his new IEA co-published book

Dr Eamonn Butler
25 Mar 2012

A primer on Public Choice Theory

Philip Booth and Ray Chidell
16 Mar 2012

A prelude to radical reform

Sean Rickard
28 Feb 2012

Reforming the controversial policy

Edited by Philip Booth
16 Jan 2012

Wellbeing and the Role of Government

Terry Miller, Kim R. Holmes & Edwin J. Feulner
12 Jan 2012

The eighteenth edition of the Heritage Foundation's popular survey of economic liberty

Robert Barro
12 Dec 2011

The Ongoing Global Financial Crisis and Recession

Kent Matthews
5 Dec 2011

How Keynesian policies would not have worked then, and why they will not work now