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The Awesome IEA Podcast, brought to you by the Illinois Education Association. The podcast for curious well-informed association members. The goal of this podcast is to educate our members about important new educational policy initiatives in a brief and hopefully entertaining format. Join Kelsey Harms and Diana Zaleski as we explore a different topic each episode!
 
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Data is now the driving force of the world’s modern economies. It fuels innovation in businesses large and small and has been a lifeline during the global coronavirus pandemic. Sharing information quickly, efficiently, and ethically has allowed institutions, firms, and governments to coordinate the pandemic response, and has changed the way we view…
 
The Best Gluten-Free Vegan Carrot Cake Preheat oven to 350* 3 cups gluten-free Flour 1 cup ground oat flour 1 cup ground coconut 4 tsp cinnamon 1 Tbs baking soda 1 Tbs baking powder 1 ½ t. salt 1 cup raisins 2 cups walnuts ½ cup potato starch ½ t. nutmeg 1 cup puffed millet or rice 4 cups shredded carrots 2 cups apple sauce 1 ½ cup maple syrup or A…
 
This is a recording of a speech given by Aurelien Portuese at a joint Institute of Economic Affairs and Information Technology and Innovation Foundation conference called 'The Meaning of Competition: Assertive Antitrust Enforcement and The Digital Economy' on Thursday 4th November 2021. In May 1946, Hayek delivered the seminal Stafford Little Lectu…
 
In this episode of The Swift Half, Chris sits down with Tom Harwood (Political Correspondent for GB News), to discuss Boris Johnson's future survivability. Support the IEA on Patreon, where we give you the opportunity to directly help us continue producing stimulating and educational online content, whilst subscribing to exclusive IEA perks, benefi…
 
Culture Secretary Nadine Dorries signalled the end of the BBC licence fee this week, indicating that a new funding model will be found by 2027, when the Royal Charter is up for renewal. The national mood towards the BBC has soured. According to the latest YouGov polling, the majority of people think the licence fee is unfair, does not offer value f…
 
Bio: Randi Shubin Dresner has been with Island Harvest Food Bank since 2001, serving as President and Chief Executive Officer for most of her tenure. Under her direction, Island Harvest has increased its income by more than 463 % and its distribution of meals helping people in need has increased by more than 196 % in the past thirteen years alone. …
 
Markets and Morality is back with host, Director of EPICENTER Adam Bartha. Adam is joined by the IEA's Head of Lifestyle Economics, Christopher Snowdon and Director of the Initiative for African Trade and Prosperity, Alexander C.R Hammond. In this episode, they discuss whether classical liberalism will dominate the next decade. Markets and Morality…
 
In this episode, IEA Head of Media, Emily Carver, sits down with Christopher Snowdon, IEA Head of Lifestyle Economics and Julian Jessop, IEA Economics Fellow, to discuss their political and economic predictions for the year ahead. Support the IEA on Patreon, where we give you the opportunity to directly help us continue producing stimulating and ed…
 
In this episode, IEA Communications and Public Affairs Officer Kieran Neild-Ali was joined by Dr Edwin Van De Haar to discuss liberal IR theory, how it relates to classical liberalism and which IR theory best explains and offers a solution to the Russia-Ukraine crisis. Dr. Edwin Van De Haar recently wrote for the IEA blog on this issue. Edwin is an…
 
Bio: Patricia (Patti) Wood is founder and executive director of Grassroots Environmental Education, an award-winning not-for-profit organization dedicated to educating the public about the relationship between environmental exposures and human health risks using science-driven arguments for clean air, clean water and a safe food supply, and for str…
 
Emily Carver, IEA Head of Media, sits down with Victoria Hewson, IEA Head of Regulatory Affairs, to discuss Brexit and how the UK is faring now we have left the European Union. Support the IEA on Patreon, where we give you the opportunity to directly help us continue producing stimulating and educational online content, whilst subscribing to exclus…
 
In this video, IEA Senior Advisor to the Director General, Sam Collins, and IEA Head of Political Economy, Kristian Niemietz, discuss the NHS and why it continues to fail us while remaining impervious to debate. Support the IEA on Patreon, where we give you the opportunity to directly help us continue producing stimulating and educational online co…
 
Cento is founder and Managing Partner of Case Associates, IEA Law & Economics Fellow and Visiting Lecturer at the University of Buckingham. Since 2006 the Global Competition Review survey has voted Cento one of the most ‘highly regarded’ competition economists. He has over 40 years’ experience assisting lawyers and companies in responding to invest…
 
Bio: Ed Maltby is a producer with over 45 years experience managing conventional and organic dairy, beef, sheep and vegetable enterprises on a variety of farms in Europe and the United States. An important focus of his work has been assisting regional farms to cooperatively market their products into mainstream markets, ranging from direct marketin…
 
On this special edition of Live with Littlewood, Mark is joined by 23 amazing guests as they take a look back at the year which was 2021. This episode was originally featured as a video on the IEA's YouTube Channel iealondon. //GUESTS// Morgan Schondelmeier - Head of Operations, Adam Smith Institute (@Adam Smith ) John Ashmore - Editor, CapX Christ…
 
This is a recording of a speech given by Benedict Evans at a joint Institute of Economic Affairs and Information Technology and Innovation Foundation conference called 'The Meaning of Competition: Assertive Antitrust Enforcement and The Digital Economy' on Thursday 4th November 2021. Benedict Evans has spent 20 years analysing mobile, media and tec…
 
Markets and Morality is back with a new host, Director of EPICENTER Adam Bartha. Adam is joined by Media Campaign Manager for the Taxpayer's Alliance, Danielle Boxall and Research Director for the Entrepreneurs Network, Sam Dumitriu. In this episode, they discuss their least favourite UK taxes. Support the IEA on Patreon, where we give you the oppo…
 
Bio: Eva Greenthal is a Senior Science Policy Associate whose work at CSPI focuses on food labeling, scientific integrity, biotechnology, and more. Prior to joining CSPI, Eva led a pilot evaluation of the nation’s first hospital-based food pantry and worked on research initiatives related to alcohol literacy and healthy habits for young children. B…
 
In this episode of The Swift Half, Chris sits down with Andrew Lilico (Executive Director and Principal of Europe Economics), to discuss the threat posed by the Omicron variant. Support the IEA on Patreon, where we give you the opportunity to directly help us continue producing stimulating and educational online content, whilst subscribing to exclu…
 
In the latest IEA Podcast, IEA Communications & Public Affairs Officer, Kieran Neild Ali, sat down with Professor Paul Ormerod to discuss how economics could have improved Covid public policy. The two looked at how economic incentives and behavioural preferences could have helped formulate more effective Covid policy. Professor Paul Ormerod is a me…
 
Bio: Katy Franklin serves as Operations Director at ReFED, a national nonprofit working to end food loss and waste by advancing data-driven solutions to help businesses, funders, innovators, policymakers, and more address the problem. She supports ReFED's organizational development and strategy and designs systems for effective program implementati…
 
The Institute of Economic Affairs is delighted to host John Penrose MP for the latest in our In Conversation series with senior figures in public life. This meeting was chaired by IEA Director General, Mark Littlewood, and took place on December 1st 2021. John Penrose is the Conservative MP for Weston-Super-Mare and has represented the constituency…
 
ON THE PANEL... Greg Smith, Member of Parliament for the Buckingham Sascha O'Sullivan, Comment and Features Editor, City AM Silkie Carlo, Director, Big Brother Watch Victoria Hewson, Head of Regulatory Affairs, IEA WE'LL BE DISCUSSING... Nightmare before Christmas: Are tighter restrictions “proportionate and responsible”? Doctors’ fury: How should …
 
Anyone taking economics at A-level or University will be familiar with the concept of public goods. They are goods that are both non-excludable and non-rivalrous. This means that there is no way to bar users from accessing these goods even if they have failed to pay for them. This has led to a consensus in economics that to avoid free rider problem…
 
Samantha Levy is American Farmland Trust’s Climate Policy Manager, coordinating the organizations’ Federal and State policy agenda and strategy to help farmers reduce GHG emissions, sequester more carbon in soils, host well-sited renewable energy facilities, and permanently protect more farmland. Prior to this role, Samantha coordinated AFT’s publi…
 
Parallax Views is a new series of YouTube conversations between Marc Glendening (Head of Cultural Affairs, IEA) and individuals involved with and interested in the various Culture War issues now taking centre stage in British politics. These talks cover issues relating to free speech, ‘hate crime’, political re-alignment, the ideologies driving can…
 
The so called ‘Chinese economic miracle’ has been analysed by economists for decades. How was China, with 88 percent of it's population living in extreme poverty as recently as 1981, able to reduce this rate to less than one percent? Never in the history of the world have so many hundreds of millions of people risen from abject poverty to the middl…
 
The IEA Book Club welcomed Dr George Maher to discuss his latest book “Pugnare – Economic Success and Failure”. This event took place on Monday 29th November at the IEA. Donald Trump and Commodus? Emperor Tiberius and the 2008 financial crisis? Two worlds, 2000 years apart that are not as different as you think. In his book, George shines a light o…
 
On this USA SPECIAL episode of Live with Littlewood, IEA Director General Mark Littlewood was joined by: Jon Caldara - President, Independence Institute (@IITV ) Antonella Marty - Associate Director PR & Influencer Relations, Atlas Network (@Atlas Network @Antonella Marty Oficial ) Michael Carnuccio - Founder & CEO, JTK Group Patrick Basham - Found…
 
In this episode, the IEA's Emily Carver, Kristian Niemietz and Marc Glendening sit down to discuss the threats posed to free speech by the encroachment of cultural leftism in our institutions. Emily Carver is the Institute of Economic Affairs’ Head of Media, responsible for managing and growing the IEA’s media output. Prior to joining the IEA in Oc…
 
Michael Grenfell is the Executive Director, Enforcement, at the Competition and Markets Authority where he is responsible for leading the CMA’s enforcement work on Competition Act cases, criminal cartels and consumer enforcement, to provide value to markets and consumers providing strong, visible and dynamic leadership of the CMA’s enforcement work…
 
In this episode of The Swift Half, Chris sits down with Henry Dimbleby (Co-founder of the Leon restaurant chain and Director of the Sustainable Restaurant Association). Support the IEA on Patreon, where we give you the opportunity to directly help us continue producing stimulating and educational online content, whilst subscribing to exclusive IEA …
 
The Department for International Trade has launched the UK’s first International Trade Week, as it bids to get more British firms exporting to reach a £1 trillion a year export target by 2030. Secretary of State for International Trade Anne-Marie Trevelyan kick started the inaugural International Trade Week on Monday, urging UK businesses to sell t…
 
Our guest today is Beth Hoffman, author of Bet the Farm. Vegan Stuffing with Mushrooms, Apples and Pecans 1 package Vegan Arrowhead Mills Stuffing Mix (or other) 1 ½ cup vegetable broth 1/3 cup olive oil or coconut oil, plus 2 Tbs 1 onion, chopped 2 stalks celery, chopped 8 oz baby bella mushrooms, chopped 2 Gala apples (or Granny Smith), cored and…
 
On this episode, Mark Littlewood, IEA Director General, was joined by: Patrick Christys - GB News Presenter Emily Carver - Head of Media, IEA Danielle Boxall - Media Campaign Manager, TaxPayers' Alliance Andrew Lilico - Economist John Macdonald - Director of Strategy, Adam Smith Institute They talking about: 1. MP Sleaze Scandal 2. COVID-19 and Dod…
 
Michael Moss is the author of “Salt Sugar Fat: How the Food Giants Hooked Us,” an expose of the processed food industry and a #1 New York Times Bestseller published in 2013 by Random House, and “Hooked: Food, Free Will and How the Food Giants Exploit Our Addictions,” a New York Times Bestseller published in 2021. He is a former investigative report…
 
To get the full round-up and analysis of COP26, IEA Communications & Public Affairs Officer Kieran Neild-Ali was joined by Matthew Lesh, Head of Research at the Adam Smith Institute, and Andy Mayer, Chief Operating Officer at the Institute of Economic Affairs. Support the IEA on Patreon, where we give you the opportunity to directly help us continu…
 
In this episode of The Swift Half, Chris sits down with Madeline Grant (Telegraph columnist and Parliamentary sketchwriter). They talk all things from COP26 to journalism (and even a bit of 007!). Support the IEA on Patreon, where we give you the opportunity to directly help us continue producing stimulating and educational online content, whilst s…
 
This week the Bank of England Monetary Policy Committee decided not to raise interest rates, voting seven to two to hold its benchmark rate at 0.1 per cent. This is despite the Bank lifting its forecast for inflation in its latest report. What does rising inflation mean for households across the UK? What does the banks decision on rates mean for th…
 
Dr. Sally Edwards is a Senior Research Associate at the Lowell Center for Sustainable Production at the University of Massachusetts Lowell. She has many years of experience in engaging a wide range of stakeholders to promote the environmental health of communities and develop safer and greener products. She conducts research to identify environment…
 
Neil Record, Chairman of the IEA, has published a report on the cost of public sector pensions, entitled the ‘Great British Rake-Off’. In his research, Neil argues that the public has been misled over the true cost of public sector pensions. This, Neil claims, is predominantly due to the government operating two different interest rates to calculat…
 
On this episode of Live with Littlewood, IEA Director General Mark Littlewood was joined by: Mike Graham - Presenter, TalkRadio Dehenna Davison - Member of Parliament, Bishop Auckland Kristian Niemietz - Head of Political Economy, IEA Eamonn Ives - Head of Energy and Environment, Centre for Policy Studies They discussed: 1.Budget 2021: Is this gove…
 
IEA's Kieran Neild-Ali sat down with Darwin Friend, Policy Analyst at the TaxPayers' Alliance, and Senior Advisor to the Director General of the Institute of Economic Affairs, Sam Collins to discuss the Autumn Budget 2021. They analysed key announcements made at the despatch box, covering everything from business rates, alcohol duty and the nationa…
 
Erica Goodman is the New York Regional Director at American Farmland Trust, where she oversees the organization’s work in New York and neighboring New Jersey. A native New Yorker, she grew up as part of a multi-generational dairy farm family in Washington County. Erica has previously held roles on AFT’s national communications team, served as Assoc…
 
In this episode of The Swift Half, Christopher Snowdon, IEA Head of Lifestyle Economics, sits down with Matthew Lesh (Head of Research, Adam Smith Institute) and talks all things COVID-19 booster jabs to online anonymity and how the NHS compares to other countries healthcare systems. Support the IEA on Patreon, where we give you the opportunity to …
 
Last week, the IEA released a new book authored by Dr Jamie Whyte, former Research Director at the Institute of Economic Affairs. In his book, Why Free Speech Matters, Jamie issued a rally cry, saying that those who prize free speech must once again defend it. In this week's podcast, IEA Communications & Marketing Assistant Kieran Neild-Ali was joi…
 
Shanna Farrell is an interviewer at UC Berkeley's Oral History Center, where she works on a wide variety of projects and specializes in drink cultural and environmental history. She is the author of Bay Area Cocktails. Her writing has appeared in Imbibe magazine, Life & Thyme, PUNCH, and The San Francisco Chronicle. She holds Master’s Degrees from …
 
Joining Mark on this episode of #LiveWithLittlewood : Arlene Foster, Former First Minister of Northern Ireland Victoria Hewson, Head of Regulatory Affairs, IEA Henry Hill, News Editor, Conservative Home Dr Jamie Whyte, Author They'll be discussing... Frosty relations: What next for the Northern Ireland Protocol? Supply chain schadenfreude: Will our…
 
In this episode of The Swift Half, Chris chats with historian, and columnist and leader writer for The Telegraph - Tim Stanley. They discuss Tim's upcoming book 'Whatever Happened to Tradition? History, Belonging and the Future of the West' 'The West feels lost. Brexit, Trump, the coronavirus: we hurtle from one crisis to another, lacking definitio…
 
The European Union has set out its proposals to change the Northern Ireland Protocol after the Brexit Minister, Lord Frost, announced in Lisbon earlier this week that the UK will trigger Article 16 if changes to the agreement are not made. The protocol was designed to prevent checks along the border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Irel…
 
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