Wednesday , 22 November 2017

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  • The Challenge of Development

    The Challenge of Development

    Our Executive Director Aldo Abram writes about the necessary reforms for Portfolio Personal.    It is paramount for this government to understand that Argentina's main problem is e ...

  • Our New Video is Here

    Our New Video is Here

    See our new video on tax policy and the reduction of public spending here! ...

  • “It Promotes a Financial Bicycle”

    “It Promotes a Financial Bicycle”

    Our director Aldo Abram talks financial policy in Página 12. The Central Bank continues to face criticism from different sectors because of the rise in the interest rate. Economist ...

  • Bitcoin: A Boom in  Danger of Collapsing

    Bitcoin: A Boom in Danger of Collapsing

    Agustín Etchebarne, our general director, explains the Bitcoin phenomenom     Bitcoin is undoubtedly a disruptive technology, the great idea of ​​creating a virtual fiduciary ...

López Murphy: “Countries That Respect Property Rights Grow the Most and This is Not by Chance”.

López Murphy: “Countries That Respect Property Rights Grow the Most and This is Not by Chance”.

  During a seminar about Property Rights, Innovation, and Investment carried out by Libertad y Progreso and the Property Rights Alliance at the University of CEMA, former Economic ...

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The International Property Rights Index for 2017 is Here!

The International Property Rights Index for 2017 is Here!

    Every year the Property Right Alliance elaborates an index that evaluates the state of property rights thoughout the world. This year we were grateful to receive Lorenzo ...

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Start Argentina’s Engine

Start Argentina’s Engine

English subtitles for our video are now available! ...

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Costs and Paperwork: Or Why Jeans are More Expensive in Argentina than in New York.

Costs and Paperwork: Or Why Jeans are More Expensive in Argentina than in New York.

A new car, a liter of gasoline, sneakers, a dress, or a simple burger have one thing in common: they are more expensive in Argentina than in New York, Chile or Lima.  According to ...

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Why is Economic Recovery Slow To Arrive?

Why is Economic Recovery Slow To Arrive?

Our Executive Director, economist  Aldo Abram, explains why Argentina should respect its institutions if it wants to attract investments and grow. It shouldn’t be surprising that ...

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Reconstructing Institutional Quality or How To Ensure Investments

Reconstructing Institutional Quality or How To Ensure Investments

Aldo Abram, economist and executive director of  Fundación Libertad y Progreso explains why stability and respect for the rule of law are important for an economy to grow.    Arge ...

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Is the Economic Leadership Too Dispersed? Will We See Changes? Interview With Economist Aldo Abram

Is the Economic Leadership Too Dispersed? Will We See Changes? Interview With Economist Aldo Abram

Our very own Aldo Abram spoke to "Enfoques Positivos" about employment, public debt, investment, the exchange rate, taxes and public spending.   Aldo Abram's willingness to answer ...

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According to Fred McMahon “Argentines Suffered Crony Capitalism and Believe That’s a Market Economy”

According to Fred McMahon “Argentines Suffered Crony Capitalism and Believe That’s a Market Economy”

  Fred McMahon, Senior Investigator at Canada’s Fraser Institute, was invited to Argentina by foundations Libertad y Progreso, Naumann, and Atlas. During his conferences, he said ...

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Fred Mc Mahon and Martín Krause: The Size of the State and Public Spending are the Mother of All Battles for Argentina

Fred Mc Mahon and Martín Krause: The Size of the State and Public Spending are the Mother of All Battles for Argentina

 At a conference organized at CEMA by Libertad y Progreso, the Naumann Foundation and Atlas Network economists Fred McMahon (Fraser Institute) and Martín Krause (UBA) noted that t ...

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Any of These 3 Bubbles Could Be about to Burst

Any of These 3 Bubbles Could Be about to Burst

Moral hazard, easy money, and cheap credit have never produced good results. History is littered with examples of financial disaster brought about by monetary manipulation origina ...

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