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If you’re looking for someone to speak at your university or society, or you’d like books and magazines to give away at Fresher’s Fair, we can help.
We regularly send our staff and research fellows to speak at universities, as well as providing you with IEA books and our Economic Affairs Journal.
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If you need help paying for your internship at the IEA, please click here for more information about our Student Opportunity Fund.
Our Student Opportunity Fund is intended solely for those facing genuine economic hardship. To be eligible for a bursary you or a parent/guardian must meet one of the criteria and provide one piece of evidence to support your application.
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Win £1,000 for you and your school!
Your chance to enter a team for a national competition that will help them to learn more about economics, develop their writing, research, and analytical skills, and give them a better understanding of the policy issues and challenges facing national decision makers.Find out more
We are delighted to announce this year’s competition for A- Level and IB students, with a 1st prize of £500 and £250 each for three runners up. There is also a prize of £500 for the school with the highest number of entrants.Find out more
By the Institute of Economic Affairs, the Institute of International Monetary Research, and the Vinson CentreFind out more
Economics 101 has landed! The first in a two-part series, providing 33 films in total, will cover everything from basic economic theory to important historical case studies; guaranteeing viewers will receive a comprehensive understanding of the fundamentals of economics.