Past Events

  • 11/04/2017
    18:30 - 20:30
The IEA is delighted to invite you to attend an in-conversation event with Britain’s most outspoken and independently minded MP, Douglas Carswell  - further evidenced by Douglas's recent announcement to quit UKIP and become an independent MP for Clacton. Mark Littlewood, Director General, will be asking him about: Whether the political establishment really is collapsing Whether the ... Continue reading
Government and Institutions
  • 23/03/2017
    18:30 - 20:30
The IEA is delighted to invite you to attend an in-conversation event with Dr. Theodore Roosevelt Malloch. Ted is a Professor at Henley Business School, an Author, Consultant and Former Diplomat. He is the author of “Hired: An Insider's Look at the Trump Victory.” Ted is also heavily tipped for a senior role in Donald ... Continue reading
  • 08/03/2017
    18:30 - 20:30
The IEA is delighted to invite you to a panel discussion on the topic "Should we worry about executive pay?" Speakers will include: Alex Edmans, Professor of Finance, London Business School Len Shackleton, Editorial and Research Fellow, IEA; Professor of Economics, University of Buckingham Stefan Stern, Director, High Pay Centre Simon Walker, Director General, Institute ... Continue reading
  • 21/02/2017
    18:30 - 20:30
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
    18:30 - 20:30
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
    18:30 - 20:30
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

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