Sam Bowman outlines nine policies to make people richer and freer (and hopefully happier).
Technological advances are solving the problems that many assume we need regulation to address, says Charlotte Bowyer.
How school vouchers can harness choice and competition to bring greater quality and equality in education, by James Croft, Anton Howes and Gabriel Sahlgren.
Tom Papworth reports on the zombie firms plaguing Britain's economy, and what to do about them.
The Universal Credit can still work, says Daniel Pryor. If short-term problems are overcome it could be a simpler welfare system that does not pervert the incentives of the poor.
The Adam Smith Institute is the UK’s leading libertarian think tank...
Adam Smith (1723-1790) was a Scottish philosopher and economist who is best known... Read on
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