Promise and Peril: Private Education in India
Jan 10,2018

Promise and Peril: Private Education in India

Categories: Education

The debate over the role and efficacy of the state in the Indian educational sector ...

What is the best way for the NFL to bring in revenue: International Series, a permanent team, or discontinue International play?
Dec 18,2017

What is the best way for the NFL to bring in revenue: International Series, a permanent team, or discontinue International play?

Categories: Uncategorized

The National Football League (NFL) International series began in London during the 2007 season.  In ...

Andhra Pradesh Microfinance crisis: what went wrong
Nov 15,2017

Andhra Pradesh Microfinance crisis: what went wrong

Microfinance has been one of the most successful tools to spread financial inclusion among the ...

The Campaign to Abolish Safe Space at KCLSU
Nov 02,2017

The Campaign to Abolish Safe Space at KCLSU

Categories: Education

For at least two years, King's College London Student Union (KCLSU) has been employing Safe ...

Mobile Money and Financial Freedom in Africa
Oct 24,2017

Mobile Money and Financial Freedom in Africa

Two billion people worldwide still lack access to formal financial services, and banking in Sub-Saharan ...

The Value of Education Spending
Oct 13,2017

The Value of Education Spending

Categories: Education

It is an undeniable truth that education has a huge effect on one’s life. The ...

How to Fix Britain’s Broken Housing Market (Part 2)
Sep 25,2017

How to Fix Britain’s Broken Housing Market (Part 2)

Whilst our ridiculous planning system has caused this crisis, the rapid rise in stamp duty ...

Fair trade experimentalism: the potential of Sainsbury’s new pilot scheme
Sep 20,2017

Fair trade experimentalism: the potential of Sainsbury’s new pilot scheme

Categories: Uncategorized

A recent decision by Sainsbury’s to switch some of their Fairtrade certified teas to their ...

How to Fix Britain’s Broken Housing Market (Part 1)
Sep 19,2017

How to Fix Britain’s Broken Housing Market (Part 1)

The UK’s housing market is arguably the biggest government failure in our entire economy. We ...

The gender wage gap of our generation
Jun 07,2017

The gender wage gap of our generation

Categories: Economics

It's a shocking fact that women will earn less than men during their lifetimes. The ...

The method behind Trump’s madness
May 29,2017

The method behind Trump’s madness

Categories: Economics

The foundation of a democratic government is that it respects the will of the people ...

The uncomfortable economics of the ivory trade
May 22,2017

The uncomfortable economics of the ivory trade

Categories: Economics

In the past week, the decision by the Conservatives to remove a ban on ivory ...

What the evidence says about the economic impact of immigration
May 02,2017

What the evidence says about the economic impact of immigration

Categories: Economics

As waves xenophobia sweep across the developed world, a similarly alarming claim has gained steam. ...

Whatever way you look at it, globalisation has been a net positive
Apr 13,2017

Whatever way you look at it, globalisation has been a net positive

Categories: Economics

At the IEA’s sixth form economics conferences the IEA research team explores globalisation, its history and ...

Richard Koch Student Essay Prize Winner Ryan Khurana: Towards Freer Housing
Apr 12,2017

Richard Koch Student Essay Prize Winner Ryan Khurana: Towards Freer Housing

Categories: Economics

The UK is in the midst of a housing crisis that has decimated the incomes ...