IEA Past Events

  • Jul
  • 7

Globalisation Fractures: How Major Nations' Interests are now in Conflict

  • 07/07/2010
    17:30
In this tour de force, the internationally renowned economist, Charles Dumas, outlines the thirty year path that has led this era of globalisation to crisis point, while also identifying the factors now undermining recovery from the Great Recession. Politicians, central bankers and regulators are at present too focussed on deciding who to blame, and thus (more…)

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2 Lord North Street, Westminster, SW1



  • Jun
  • 30

Alchemists of Loss: How Modern Finance and Government Intervention Crashed the Financial System

  • 30/06/2010
    17:30
Over the last thirty years, capital markets have been restructured through the tenets of modern finance. This has been enormously profitable for the financial services sector. However, these innovations, coupled with unsound risk and regulatory practices have proved disastrous for the global economy. In a clear and accessible style, Kevin Dowd and Martin Hutchinson show (more…)

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2 Lord North Street, Westminster, London, SW1P 3LB, United Kingdom

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(Entrance on Great Peter Street)



  • Jun
  • 29

Libertarians, Lib Dems or the 'liberal elite'?

  • 29/06/2010
    17:00
The Free Society and Liberal Vision present: The battle against Big Government – join the debate! The emergence of a Conservative-Liberal coalition government might now provide the opportunity for a politics based around individual freedom and responsibility, rather than government diktat. The new Prime Minister and Deputy Prime Minister use the language of liberty, but (more…)

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2 Lord North Street, Westminster, SW1 (entrance on Great Peter Street)



  • Jun
  • 24

Bad laws that threaten individual liberty

  • 24/06/2010
    17:00
The Free Society and the Manifesto Club present: The battle against Big Government – join the debate! The emergence of a Conservative-Liberal coalition government might now provide the opportunity for a politics based around individual freedom and responsibility, rather than government diktat. The new Prime Minister and Deputy Prime Minister use the language of liberty, (more…)

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2 Lord North Street, Westminster, SW1 (entrance on Great Peter Street)



  • Jun
  • 23

The TPA and IEA will be bringing together key economic experts for a briefing on their findings in the Emergency Budget at 9.45am for 10.00am on the 23rd of June.

  • 23/06/2010
    08:45
The TPA and IEA will be bringing together key economic experts for a briefing on their findings in the Emergency Budget at 9.45am for 10.00am on the 23rd of June. Speakers will discuss the likely consequences of the actions taken and not taken at the crucial Emergency Budget. The TPA and IEA will present early (more…)

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Harvey Godwin Suite, Church House Conference Centre, Dean s Yard, Westminster, SW1P 3NZ



  • Jun
  • 17

Gary Becker (Nobel Laureate) on The Challenge of Immigration

  • 17/06/2010
    17:30
Annual Hayek Memorial Lecture The Challenge of Immigration: A Radical Solution The IEA and CQS are delighted to invite you to attend the 19th Annual Hayek Memorial Lecture, to be held on the evening of Thursday 17th June (Lecture and Q&A 6:30pm for 6:45pm – 8:15pm, reception 8:15pm – 9:00pm), at Church House Conference Centre, (more…)

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Church House Conference Centre, Westminster, London SW1P 3NZ



  • Jun
  • 15

Power or persuasion: what's the big idea

  • 15/06/2010
    17:00
The Free Society and the ASI present: The battle against Big Government – join the debate! The emergence of a Conservative-Liberal coalition government might now provide the opportunity for a politics based around individual freedom and responsibility, rather than government diktat. The new Prime Minister and Deputy Prime Minister use the language of liberty, but (more…)

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2 Lord North Street, Westminster, SW1 (entrance on Great Peter Street)



  • Jun
  • 10

The surveillance society and individual freedom

  • 10/06/2010
    17:00
The Free Society and Big Brother Watch present: The battle against Big Government – join the debate! The emergence of a Conservative-Liberal coalition government might now provide the opportunity for a politics based around individual freedom and responsibility, rather than government diktat. The new Prime Minister and Deputy Prime Minister use the language of liberty, (more…)

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2 Lord North Street, Westminster, SW1 (entrance on Great Peter Street)



  • Jun
  • 8

Superconnect: The Power of Networks and the Strength of Weak Links

  • 08/06/2010
    17:30
The Institute of Economic Affairs invites you to attend: An IEA Book Launch Superconnect: The Power of Networks and the Strength of Weak Links by Richard Koch and Greg Lockwood (published by Little, Brown Book Group) The event will run from 6.30pm until 8.00pm, with brief remarks by Authors at 7.00pm What's so special about (more…)

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2 Lord North Street, Westminster, SW1 (entrance on Great Peter Street)



  • Jun
  • 7

Prof Lawrence M Mead will examine the success of new US work programs and their potential for turning around the male work problem

  • 07/06/2010
    17:30
In Britain and the United States, low-skilled men are dropping out of work, causing harm to families and society. In the US, a movement has arisen to establish a work test for men. States are implementing work programs aimed at men who owe child support, or who are on parole from prison. These men must (more…)

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2 Lord North Street, Westminster, SW1 (door on Great Peter Street)



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