IEA Health and Welfare Unit

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The IEA Health and Welfare Unit was a spin off think tank from the Institute of Economic Affairs, which eventually changed its name to Civitas.

Publications

This list is compiled from a variety of sources.[1]

1989

  • Elie Kedourie Perestroika in the universities London : IEA Health and Welfare Unit, 1989. ISBN: 0255362579

1990

  • Murray, Charles (1990) ‘‘The Emerging British Underclass’’, London: IEA Health and Welfare Unit.
  • M. L. Burstall ‘1992 and the pharmaceutical industry’ London : IEA Health and Welfare Unit, 1990. ISBN: 0255362595
  • Richard North, Teresa Gorman MP, ‘Chickengate: an independent analysis of the salmonella in eggs scare’ London : IEA Health and Welfare Unit, 1990. ISBN: 0255362609
  • Raymond Plant, Norman Barry ‘‘Citizenship and rights in Thatcher’s Britain: two views’’ London : IEA Health and Welfare Unit, 1990. ISBN: 0255362617
  • David G. Green ‘‘Equalizing people: why social justice threatens liberty’’ London : IEA Health and Welfare Unit, 1990. ISBN: 0255362625
  • Brendan Devlin... [et al.] ‘‘Medical care: is it a consumer good?’’ London : IEA Health and Welfare Unit, 1990. ISBN: 0255362587
  • Michael Novak ‘‘Morality, capitalism and democracy’’ London : IEA Health and Welfare Unit, 1990. ISBN: 0255362668 Edition: (pbk.)

1991

  • William Laing ‘‘Empowering the elderly: direct consumer funding of care services’’ London : IEA Health and Welfare Unit, 1991. ISBN: 0255362684
  • Peter J. F. Baskett, Miles Irving, Brian McKibbin ‘‘Saving lives: the NHS accident and emergency service and how to improve it’’ London : IEA Health and Welfare Unit, 1991. ISBN: 0255362692
  • David G. Green (editor); Antony Flew... [et al.] ‘‘Empowering the parents: how to break the schools monopoly’’ London : IEA Health and Welfare Unit, 1991. ISBN: 0255362706
  • Is British Food Bad for You? by Vincent Marks, Institute of Economic Affairs (Great Britain), Health and Welfare Unit Staff ISBN 0255362676 / 9780255362672 / 0-255-36267-6

1992

  • Dennis, Norman and Erdos, George (1992) ‘‘Families Without Fatherhood’’, London: IEA Health and Welfare Unit.
  • Quest, Caroline (ed.) (1992) Equal Opportunities: A Feminist Fallacy, London: IEA Health and Welfare Unit.’’
  • Michael Levin....[et al.] ‘‘Equal opportunities: a feminist fallacy’’ London : IEA Health and Welfare Unit, 1992. ISBN: 0255362722
  • John Gray; commentaries by Chandran Kukathas, Patrick Minford, Raymond Plant ‘‘The moral foundations of market institutions’’ London : IEA Health and Welfare Unit, 1992. ISBN: 0255362714

1993

  • Norman Dennis and George Erdos ‘‘Families without fatherhood’’ IEA Health and Welfare Unit, 1993. ISBN: 0255363516
  • Jon Davies (editor), Brigitte Berger, Allan Carlson ‘The Family: is it just another lifestyle choice?’ London: IEA Health and Welfare Unit, 1993. ISBN: 0255362765
  • Jon Davies (editor); Michael Novak... [et al.] ‘‘God and the marketplace: essays on the morality of wealth creation’’ London : IEA Health and Welfare Unit, 1993. ISBN: 0255362757
  • David G. Green and David A. Lucas ‘‘Medicard: a better way to pay for medicines?’’ London : IEA Health and Welfare Unit, 1993. ISBN: 0255362781
  • David G. Green ‘‘Reinventing civil society: the rediscovery of welfare without politics’’ London: IEA Health and Welfare Unit, 1993. ISBN: 025536279X

1994

  • Michael Novak and Ronald Preston ‘Christian capitalism or Christian socialism?’ London : IEA Health and Welfare Unit, 1994. ISBN: 0255363524
  • Norman Barry... [et al.] ‘‘Liberating women... from modern feminism’’ IEA Health and Welfare Unit, 1994. ISBN: 0255363532
  • Revd Robert A. Sirico; with commentaries by Rt Hon The Lord Lawson of Blaby, William Oddie, ‘‘A moral basis for liberty’’ London : IEA Health and Welfare Unit, 1994. ISBN: 0255363540
  • Michael Adie...[et al] Teaching right and wrong: have the churches failed? London : IEA Health and Welfare Unit, 1994. ISBN: 0255363575

1995

  • Michael Novak ‘Awakening from nihilism: why truth matters’ London : IEA Health and Welfare Unit, 1995. ISBN: 0255363583
  • Gertrude Himmelfarb ‘‘The de-moralization of society: from Victorian virtues to modern values’’ London : IEA Health and Welfare Unit, 1995. ISBN: 0255363591
  • Patricia Morgan ‘‘Farewell to the family?: public policy and family breakdown in Britain and the USA’’ London : IEA Health and Welfare Unit, 1995. ISBN: 0255363567
  • Sir Reginald Murley (editor) ‘‘Patients or customers: are the NHS reforms working?’’ London : IEA Health and Welfare Unit, 1995. ISBN: 0255363605

1996

  • Samuel Smiles; with a foreword by Lord Harris of High Cross ‘‘Self-help: with illustrations of conduct and perseverance’’ unabridged London: IEA Health and Welfare Unit, 1996. ISBN: 0255363656
  • Peter Saunders ‘‘Unequal but fair?: a study of class barriers in Britain’’ London : IEA Health and Welfare Unit, 1996. ISBN: 0255363664
  • Patricia Morgan ‘‘Who needs parents?: the effects of childcare and early education on children in Britain and the USA’’ London : IEA Health and Welfare Unit, 1996. ISBN: 0255363680
  • Robert Whelan ‘‘The corrosion of charity: from moral renewal to contract culture’’ London : IEA Health and Welfare Unit, 1996. ISBN: 0255363672
  • W. Duncan Reekie ‘‘Medicine prices and innovations: an international survey’’ London : IEA Health and Welfare Unit, 1996. ISBN: 0255363699

1997

  • Philip Brown... [et al.]; David G. Green ‘‘Should pharmaceutical prices be regulated: the strengths and weaknesses of the British Pharmaceutical Price Regulation Scheme’’ London : IEA Health and Welfare Unit, 1997. ISBN: 025536430X
  • Will Hutton; commentaries: Tim Congdon... [et al.] ‘‘Stakeholding and its critics’’ London : IEA Health and Welfare Unit, 1997. ISBN: 0255363966
  • ’’Alexis de Tocqueville’s Memoir on pauperism’’ translated by Seymour Drescher; with an introduction by Gertrude Himmelfarb London : IEA Health and Welfare Unit, 1997. ISBN: 025536394X
  • Lawrence M. Mead; commentaries by Dee Cook... [et al.]; edited by Alan Deacon ‘‘From welfare to work: lessons from America’’ London : IEA Health and Welfare Unit, 1997. ISBN: 0255363990
  • David Gladstone (editor); Judith Allsop... [et al.] ‘‘How to pay for health care: public and private alternatives’’ London : IEA Health and Welfare Unit, 1997. ISBN: 0255363974
  • Norman Dennis ‘‘The invention of permanent poverty’’ London : IEA Health and Welfare Unit, 1997. ISBN: 0255363923

1998

  • William J. Bratton... [et al.]; Norman Dennis (editor) ‘‘Zero tolerance: policing a free society’’ London : IEA Health and Welfare Unit, 1998. ISBN: 0255364326*
  • David G. Green ‘Benefit dependency: how welfare undermines independence’ London : IEA Health and Welfare Unit, 1998. ISBN: 0255364334
  • Patricia Morgan ‘Adoption and the care of children: the British and American experience’ London : IEA Health and Welfare Unit, c1998. ISBN: 0255364342
  • John Haskey, Kathleen Kiernan, Patricia Morgan; Miriam E. David (editor) ‘‘The fragmenting family: does it matter?’’ London : IEA Health and Welfare Unit, 1998. ISBN: 0255364369
  • David Conway; commentaries by Brenda Almond... [et al.] ‘‘Free-market feminism’’ London : IEA Health and Welfare Unit, 1998. ISBN: 0255364350
  • Michael Littlewood ‘‘How to create a competitive market in pensions: the international lessons’’ London : IEA Health and Welfare Unit, 1998. ISBN: 0255364377
  • Friedrich A. Hayek, Edwin J. Feulner (Foreword), John Blundell (Introduction) ‘‘The intellectuals and socialism’’ London : IEA Health and Welfare Unit, 1998. ISBN: 0255364504
  • Michael Novak; commentaries [by] Anthony Giddens, John Lloyd, Paul Ormerod ‘‘Is there a third way?: essays on the changing direction of socialist thought’’ London : IEA Health and Welfare Unit, 1998. ISBN: 0255364385
  • Robert Whelan (Ed) ‘‘Octavia Hill and the social housing debate: essays and letters by Octavia Hill’’ London : IEA Health and Welfare Unit, 1998. ISBN: 0255364318

1999

  • Jim Thornton ‘‘Should health screening be private?’’ London : IEA Health and Welfare Unit, 1999. ISBN: 0255364512
  • David Gladstone (editor) ‘Before Beveridge: welfare before the welfare state’ London : IEA Health and Welfare Unit, 1999. ISBN: 0255364393
  • David G. Green ‘An end to welfare rights: the rediscovery of independence’ London : IEA Health and Welfare Unit, 1999. ISBN: 0255364520
  • Robert Whelan; commentaries, Dick Atkinson... [et al.] ‘‘Involuntary action: how voluntary is the ‘voluntary’ sector?’’ London : IEA Health and Welfare Unit, 1999. ISBN: 0255364555
  • Peter Cardy... [et al.] ‘‘Keeping patients in the dark: should prescription medicines be advertised direct to consumers?’’ London : IEA Health and Welfare Unit, c1999. ISBN: 0255364547
  • John Spiers; ‘‘The realities of rationing: ‘priority setting’ in the NHS’’ with practitioners’ experiences of rationing’’, Harry Burns, Bob Gilbertson, Karol Sikora London : IEA Health and Welfare Unit, 1999. ISBN: 0255364539

Related resources

  • Durham, Martin (1985) ‘Family, Morality and the New Right’, Parliamentary Affairs 38(2).
  • Durham, Martin (1989) ‘The Thatcher Government and "the Moral Right" ‘, Parliamentary Affairs 42(1).
  • Durham, Martin (1991) Sex and Politics. The Family and Morality in the Thatcher Years, Houndmills: Macmillan.
  • Joseph, Lord (1990) Rewards of Parenthood?, London: Centre for Policy Studies.
  • Somerville, Jennifer (1992) ‘The New Right and family politics’, Economy and Society 2 l(2).

Notes

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