The IEA is delighted to invite you to attend a ‘Future Freedom Film Screening’, for under 30s. The film will be: Cartel Land. About the film This documentary offers an up-close look at two vigilante groups that have formed in Mexico in response to the increasing dominance of drug cartels. Kathryn Bigelow, director of “Zero ... Continue reading
The IEA is hosting a Teacher Seminar on the topic: “Current Policies and Issues in a Global World”. The event will begin at 9:45am. There will be three discussions in total and the event will end at 2.30pm. Lunch will be provided. Schedule: 9:45 – 10:00 Welcome Reception: Tea and Coffee 10:00 – 11:00 Dr ... Continue reading
IEA Econ Nights are relaxed and informal discussions on current topics in economics and how they affect the next generation. Leading the discussion this time will be Diego Zuluaga, Head of Financial Services and Tech Policy at the IEA, on the future of the sharing economy and TfL’s controversial Uber ruling. Please note that refreshments ... Continue reading
The Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA) and Institute of International Monetary Research (IIMR) is holding its annual monetary conference, organised by Professor Tim Congdon and Dr Juan Castaneda, IIMR. We already have a number of confirmed participants: Geoffrey Wood, Philip Booth, Michael Krimminger, Maria Nieto, Forrest Capie, James Ferguson, Charles Goodhart, Brandon Davies, Thomas Huertas, ... Continue reading
This year, Steven Landsburg, Professor of Economics at the University of Rochester, will deliver our annual Hayek Lecture, on the topic "Is the World Over or Underpopulated, and How Would We Know?" The lecture will take place on 23 November, between 6.30pm (for a 6.45 start) and 8.15pm, at Church House, Great Smith Street in Westminster. ... Continue reading