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Philip Booth on parallel currencies in the Eurozone

Via the IEA blog, an interesting possible solution to the Eurozone’s woes by Editorial and Programme Director Philip Booth, obviously inspired by Hayek’s Denationalisation of Money (which I really must get round to reading). Money quote (no pun intended!): We should have a simple constitutional change to remove the clause in the EU constitution that requires the…

Upcoming Event: The Profit Motive in Education

The Institute of Economic Affairs invites you to the inaugural E.G. West Memorial Lecture: The Profit Motive in Education Date: 19 October 2011, 6.15pm-7:45pm Location: Church House Conference Centre, Westminster, London SW1P 3NZ 

 Leading education expert Professor James Tooley, of Newcastle University, will deliver the E.G. West Memorial Lecture. In his address, Professor Tooley…

Sharper Axes, Lower Taxes

On 13 July 2011 the IEA is holding a panel discussion to launch it’s plan for comprehensive spending and tax reform – Sharper Axes, Lower Taxes: Big Steps to a Smaller State.