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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

Tim Worstall
20 Nov 2011

Why it won't work and will damage the economy

18 Oct 2011

Why neo-mercantilism is on the rise and why the principles of free trade must be defended

Peter Urwin
13 Oct 2011

How entrepreneurship will drive economic growth

James Gwartney, Robert Lawson, and Joshua Hall
20 Sep 2011

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

Kyn Aizlewood and Richard Wellings
19 Jul 2011

Challenging the economic case for this white elephant

Edited by Philip Booth
13 Jul 2011

Big steps to a smaller state

15 Jun 2011

How government failure is producing often counter-productive policy

Eamonn Butler
12 May 2011

A concise guide to the ideas and influence of the free-market economist

Gary S. Becker
13 Apr 2011

How the market could solve this most controversial of issues