Past Events

  • 21/02/2017
The IEA is delighted to invite you to the UK launch of Heritage’s “Index of Economic Freedom 2017.” There will be a discussion of the Index and the new rankings followed by a broader discussion on the topic “How can Brexit Britain and Trump’s America move up the Index of Economic Freedom?” Speakers will include: ... Continue reading
  • 20/02/2017
The IEA is delighted to invite you to the grand final of the 2017 Economics Debate. The event is currently fully booked. Email [email protected] to be added to the waiting list. The teams will be debating the following motions: This house believes that the economic benefits of BREXIT will be greater than the costs - ... Continue reading
  • 06/02/2017
The IEA is delighted to invite you to the semifinal of the 2017 Economics Debate. The teams will be debating the following motions: This House Believes that high levels of pay in the UK are not economically justified and represent a market failure. This House Believes that central banks should be looking to move to ... Continue reading
  • 02/02/2017
The IEA is delighted to invite you to the launch event for James Tooley's new book "Imprisoned in India: Corruption and Extortion in the World’s Largest Democracy." About the book James Tooley has been described as a 21st-century Indiana Jones, travelling to remote parts of the developing world to track something that many regarded as ... Continue reading
  • 25/01/2017
The IEA is delighted to invite you to our own Question Time panel. The format will be broadly similar to the BBC show of the same name but will take a broader look at free-market economics, public policy and political economy as well as the normal take on current affairs and recent events. Panelists will ... Continue reading
  • 01/12/2016
The IEA is delighted to co-sponsor this conference with The Acton Institute and the Benedict XVI Centre for Religion and Society at St Mary's University, Twickenham. For full information visit the Acton Institute website here. To register to attend, click here. Registering is essential. Speakers will include Professor Rémi Brague, Sir Roger Scruton, and the ... Continue reading

A 2016 Beesley Lecture on telecommunication regulation

  • 24/11/2016
The telecoms market is in a period of transition both in the UK and across Europe, with the Ofcom Strategic Review and wider concerns around consolidation and convergence prompting a change in policy towards the industry. With the growing importance of digital in the modern world this is a critical issue for continued success in ... Continue reading

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