Saturday , 22 September 2018

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The advantages of a competitive education system

The advantages of a competitive education system

PANAM POST - There is no discussion that educational excellence is sought. It does not matter what current or thought a person comes, everyone wants the best education for their c ...

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The reduction of ministries must be accompanied by other measures, with cushioning effects of social impact

The reduction of ministries must be accompanied by other measures, with cushioning effects of social impact

From Libertad y Progreso, we consider positive the announcement of the reduction of ministries made by the Government, but we believe that if it is not reinforced by the reduction ...

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The Long-Run Effects of Teacher Strikes: Evidence from Argentina

The Long-Run Effects of Teacher Strikes: Evidence from Argentina

eacher industrial action is a prevalent feature of public education systems across the globe. During the past few years teacher strikes have been observed in Argentina, Canada, Ch ...

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Power controls and limits is key to clarify cases of corruption in our countries

Power controls and limits is key to clarify cases of corruption in our countries

EL LIBERO - The academic highlights the performance of justice in Brazil and the Argentine press in the Lava Jato processes and the "notebooks of corruption". Invited to Chile by ...

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Strong improvement of the country in a ranking of property rights: rose 18 places

Strong improvement of the country in a ranking of property rights: rose 18 places

In line with the improvements in other international measures, such as the Indexes of Economic Freedom or Institutional Quality, Argentina climbed 18 positions in a year (reaching ...

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“I’m not a Marxist but…” and the LGBT lobby passes us over

“I’m not a Marxist but…” and the LGBT lobby passes us over

As we have affirmed many times, in the radical feminist movements, in the LGTB, in the Indian movement, there is no defense of rights that in classical liberalism they already hav ...

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Argentina’s Economic Recovery: 8 Answers to Explain the Plan

Argentina’s Economic Recovery: 8 Answers to Explain the Plan

IMF - Argentina has put in place a new economic plan that is designed to put the country’s debt on a firm downward path, reduce inflation, and reinforce the independence of the ce ...

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From a space station in Argentina, China expands its reach in Latin America

From a space station in Argentina, China expands its reach in Latin America

The Economic Times - The giant antenna rises from the desert floor like an apparition, a gleaming metal tower jutting 16 stories above an endless wind-whipped stretch of Patagonia ...

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Poorism: the exaltation of poverty

Poorism: the exaltation of poverty

The poorism could be defined as the exaltation of the poor, putting the emphasis on their defense against the rest of society. It is a class approach, although different from that ...

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Lower House Unanimously Passes Bill to Urbanize More than 4,000 Shanty Towns

Lower House Unanimously Passes Bill to Urbanize More than 4,000 Shanty Towns

The Bubble - The Lower House unanimously passed a bill aimed at urbanizing 4,228 shanty towns (villas) throughout the country. The initiative was put forward by the government and ...

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