"...the IEA is the home of good economic analysis applied to public policy." – Allister Heath, The Telegraph
The IEA has an extensive research programme producing work in a wide variety of formats, from policy papers to peer-reviewed monographs. A number of our publications are of particular interest to students and teachers.
David Henderson examines the role and conduct of business today, against the background of changes over the last sixty years
A collection of short journal columns which refute some common economic fallacies.
In this challenging paper Dr Dick Atkinson asks why local education authorities are needed. Finding reasons lacking, he puts forward a proposal for all schools to be self-governing and thereby removed from the debilitating effects of politicised education.