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How Juan Perón’s Left Populism Destroyed Argentina’s Economy

How Juan Perón’s Left Populism Destroyed Argentina’s Economy

Since I called Trump a big-government Republican during the 2016 campaign and just condemned his capitulation to a spendaholic budget deal, it goes without saying that I’m not a huge fan of the Presid ...

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The communist magic

The communist magic

LA RAZÓN SPAIN - One of the most remarkable efforts of prestidigitation in the world of ideas has been and continues being the communist propaganda. The first thing the communists did was to insist th ...

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Inflation targeting: the chronicle of a death foretold

Inflation targeting: the chronicle of a death foretold

  AMBITO FINANCIERO - After the "recalibration" of the inflation goals, going from a ceiling of 12% for 2018 to a target of 15% that approached the consensus projected by the analysts, they automatica ...

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Economic freedom is, by definition, expansive of creativity and human entrepreneurship.

Economic freedom is, by definition, expansive of creativity and human entrepreneurship.

Often, in debates about economics and politics, liberals are accused of wanting to "adjust people." We have to recognize it. Maybe we have some responsibility because if we are analyzing public accoun ...

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Reflections after the papal visit to Chile and Peru

Reflections after the papal visit to Chile and Peru

Given, that knowledge has the characteristic of provisionality subject to refutations in an evolutionary context, debate, criticism and self - criticism are essential for progress. This article is not ...

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Ricardo López Murphy: “Gradualism is much more expensive than an initial correction”

Ricardo López Murphy: “Gradualism is much more expensive than an initial correction”

INFOBAE - The former Minister of Economy for the Alliance, Ricardo Lopez Murphy, analyzed the sharp drop in share prices in Argentina and the world in recent weeks, along with a pronounced devaluation ...

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Argentina’s gamble on economic gradualism is working, so far

Argentina’s gamble on economic gradualism is working, so far

AT THE height of summer, workers bundled up in blue snowsuits are hauling boxes of ice lollies in and out of freezers at a small factory near Buenos Aires, Argentina’s capital. The lolly-maker, Guapal ...

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What balance will we make in 2019 of the Macri administration?

What balance will we make in 2019 of the Macri administration?

Doing futurology and projecting the economy of these two years 2018-2019, we ask ourselves -in balance mode- how it would end Mauricio Macri his first government in the National Executive and how much ...

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Argentina is improving its ranking in the Human Freedom Index

Argentina is improving its ranking in the Human Freedom Index

According to the Human Freedom Index report, co-published by the Cato Institute, the Fraser Institute, and the Liberales Institut at the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom. Argentina has improve ...

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The failure of public education in Argentina: no responsibility, no quality

The failure of public education in Argentina: no responsibility, no quality

PANAMPOST - I start this column with a very unfriendly phrase or, as they say now, politically incorrect: "Tell me how many public schools a country has and I will tell you how much it has failed and ...

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