The IEA, the LSE & the Influence of Ideas

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Volume 7 of "The Collected Works of Arthur Seldon" includes six works that discuss the role of the Institute of Economic Affairs, where Seldon spent most of his working life. Friedrich Hayek regarded himself as partly responsible for the creation of the IEA. The Institute, founded by Sir Antony Fisher, was influential not only in the United Kingdom--where it had a major impact on the policies of the Thatcher governments of the 1980s--but all around the world. Many of the classical liberal and free market think tanks in ...

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