Can people predict the future? According to Superforecaster, Jonathon Kitson, some can get pretty close! In this episode of the Swift Half with Snowdon, Christopher Snowdon, IEA Head of Lifestyle Economics sits down with Jonathon Kitson, Superforecaster and Fellow at the Adam Smith Institute, to discuss military spending, his experience of clinical vulnerability during the ... Continue reading
The IEA is delighted to host an upcoming Panel Discussion on the topic on “UK Global Champions – A Global Britain approach to Trade and Foreign Policy”, which will be taking place on Monday 9th May from 18:00-19:00 BST at the IEA Westminster office. Britain’s exit from the European Union provides a unique opportunity to ... Continue reading
Since the Russian aggression towards Ukraine, Western countries have imposed a wide range of economic sanctions on the regime and on individuals linked to them. How effective are these sanctions and who are they meant to target? Adam Bartha welcomed Jessica Miller, the Founder of Strela Advisory and Fred Roeder, the Founder of Consumer Choice ... Continue reading
In this episode of The Double Take, Emily speaks to Andrew Lilico about the Bank of England's approach to inflation and to Mo Lovatt about the Roe v Wade debate in the USA. Andrew is Executive Director of Europe Economics and Chairman of the IEA's Shadow Monetary Policy Committee and Mo is national coordinator of ... Continue reading
The post-war consensus. This is something that many of us take for granted as first, having existed and secondly, what drove the statism of pre-Thatcherite governments. However, Dr Steve Davies, IEA Head of Education, thinks otherwise. In this fascinating lecture, Steve describes the history of free market conservatism before Thatcher. Dr Steve Davies is the ... Continue reading
In this episode of The Swift Half with Snowdon, Christopher Snowdon, IEA Head of Lifestyle Economics, sits down with director and producer, Martin Durkin. They discuss a multitude of topics, ranging from the growth of statism, the state of the Conservative party to the privatisation of Channel 4.... Continue reading