• The IEA US Presidential Debate
    06/09/2016
    18:30 - 20:30

Event Phone: 02077998900

The IEA is delighted to invite you to its first US Presidential Debate.







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How is Blockchain technology liberating individuals and communities across the developing world?

  • September Future Freedom
    13/09/2016
    18:30 - 20:30
How is Blockchain technology liberating individuals and communities across the developing world? What are the new trends, products, ideas in the sharing economies realm, Decentralized Autonomous Organizations (DAO’s), other online and intentionated communities? Learn from the founders and directors, two truly global eminences, of some of the world’s largest political, non-governmental organizations that provide services (more…)

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Professor Philip Booth's Inaugural lecture - Booking Essential

  • 27/09/2016
    18:30 - 20:30
Regulating Markets in an Economy without Angels – Professor Philip Booth’s Inaugural lecture at St. Mary’s University The IEA is delighted to share the details of our Academic and Research Director Professor Philip Booth’s inaugural lecture at St Mary’s University. Professor Booth is stepping down after 14 years at the IEA to become Director of (more…)

Are you applying to Oxbridge?

  • 28/09/2016
    10:00 - 17:30
The IEA is hosting a free all day seminar for Oxbridge applicants on Wednesday 28th September at our offices in Westminster. This is open to all sixth form students who are applying to study Economics or related degrees at Oxford or Cambridge. There will be talks on applying to Oxbridge, analysing the world economy, and (more…)

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A 2016 Beesley Lecture on competition policy

  • 06/10/2016
    18:30 - 20:30
The dramatic reduction in the cost of computation and communication has disrupted many traditional industries. Naturally, this has led to calls for new policies and new regulations to manage this disruption. This lecture will examine some of the challenges facing regulators along with some suggestions about how they can be addressed. Speaker: Professor Hal Varian, Chief (more…)

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Institute of Director, Pall Mall, London


  • The Intellectual Battle for Latin America
    13/10/2016
    18:30 - 20:30

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The IEA is delighted to invite you to a talk and Q&A with Eduardo Marty, the Founder and President of Fundacion para Responsabilidad Intelectual (FRI), a free-market think tank based in Argentina.







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A 2016 Beesley Lecture on climate change

  • 13/10/2016
    18:30 - 20:30
Following the recent Paris Climate Change conference there is once again an increased focus on carbon reduction. A global carbon market remains the only potential solution to the global climate policy problem that will drive down decarbonisation in the timeframe suggested by climate science. In this lecture we will explore what is meant by a (more…)

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Institute of Director, Pall Mall, London


A 2016 Beesley Lecture on banking regulation

  • 20/10/2016
    18:30 - 20:30
With the Competition and Market Authority’s Retail Banking Market Investigation due to conclude by August 2016, this is an ideal opportunity to assess the potential impact of the report. This lecture will outline the findings of the investigation, the intended effect of the remedies, and take a wider look at the future for the retail (more…)

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Institute of Director, Pall Mall, London


A 2016 Beesley Lecture on behavioural economics

  • 27/10/2016
    18:30 - 20:30
Behavioural economics has become a key part of policy-making in recent years, and a number of UK regulators have drawn on its insights in their regulatory decisions. There has particularly been a focus on customer signalling and the guidance of customer behaviour, especially in light of both the retail banking and energy market CMA investigations. (more…)

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A 2016 Beesley Lecture on energy regulation

  • 03/11/2016
    18:30 - 20:30
The CMA’s final report in June represented a significant moment of change for how the energy market works, with a series of remedies to increase competition and customer engagement across the industry. This lecture will outline what the impact of the CMA’s remedies will be, and how the future regulatory landscape will look. Speaker: Dermot (more…)

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Institute of Director, Pall Mall, London