Free markets both alleviate poverty and empower the poor
A critique of the New Economic Foundation's 21 hours report
Small firms suffer far more than large firms
The latest edition of the popular title from the Heritage Foundation and the Wall Street Journal which explores the link between economic freedom and prosperity
An exploration of the 'Right to Buy' policy.
An incredible collection which for the first time brings together the IEA's work on globalization and free trade
CSR is conceptually incoherent, practically unworkable and wholly unjustified
A new book which explores how the current system of secondary education is not fit for purpose
The international bestseller which suggests that global warming is a natural, cyclical phenomenon that has not been caused by human activities
The latest edition of Nigel Lawson's controversial bestseller which provides a trenchant critique of climate change policy
How can future economic crises be avoided?
A new edition of this popular title, which is already a modern classic
Obama is repeating the mistakes of the Great Depression
An expert analysis of higher education policy
The importance of liberty, contracts and private property
A major new biography of one of the founders of the IEA
A Historic Perspective on the 2009 Budget forecasts
This new book makes the case that applying freedom in all its dimensions to international development is the only way to make real headway in alleviating poverty.