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Alan D Morrison and William J Wilhelm Jr
19 Mar 2008

A fascinating look at the history and development of the investment banking industry

Philip Booth
19 Mar 2008

Main articles on demography and pensions

Eamonn Butler
10 Mar 2008

Easy to read and accessible, this new book from Eamonn Butler explains how the free market works in the 'real world'

Edited by Colin Robinson
9 Mar 2008

A new series bringing together all of Arthur Seldon's writing. Books available individually or as a set

David Starkie
8 Mar 2008

A collection of articles which explore competition and regulatory issues in the aviation industry. Special Offer £15.00 (Normal Price £25.00)

Douglas A Irwin
7 Mar 2008

A recent classic which defends free trade and systematically refutes the most common criticisms and misconceptions

Fred Harrison
5 Mar 2008

The second edition of Fred Harrison's prescient book about a looming property crash

Cento Veljanovski
4 Mar 2008

A non-technical introduction to the economics of law

John Meadowcroft et al.
4 Mar 2008

Why outlawing particular goods and services is bad public policy

Neil Record
30 Jan 2008

Author estimates government liabilities at £1,071 billion

Kim R Holmes, Edwin J Feulner and Mary Anastasia O'Grady
17 Jan 2008

The 2008 edition of this popular title.

Jesus Huerta de Soto
1 Jan 2008

One of the best single-volume introductions to the Austrian School of economics available

Ludwig von Mises
31 Dec 2007

Republishing of one of von Mises's seminal works

John Blundell
19 Dec 2007

The latest issue of Economic Affairs looks at a number of issues in contemporary policing policy

Karol Boudreaux and Paul Dragos Aligica
18 Dec 2007

Secure private property rights are essential for economic growth in Africa

Alex Bowerman
16 Dec 2007

A comparison of nationwide charging and project-based schemes

Richard D North
1 Dec 2007

A very personal defence of mass affluence

John Meadowcroft and Mark Pennington
20 Nov 2007

The argument that governments must intervene to create social capital is comprehensively refuted

Thomas Sowell
1 Nov 2007

In this all-time classic, Thomas Sowell, explores how the opinions of the liberal elite have informed social policy over the last thirty years with disastrous consequences

Brian Hindley and Martin Howe. Foreword by Rodney Leach
1 Oct 2007

This IEA classic concisely lays out the economic issues that would be raised if Britain were to leave the EU.