Friday , 15 December 2017

Category: Essential Principles

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Our New Video is Here

Our New Video is Here

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

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In Education, Quality and Inclusion Are Not Enough

In Education, Quality and Inclusion Are Not Enough

Edgardo Zablotsky, member of the National Academy of Education and Vice-Chancellor of the University of CEMA explains education reform in Argentina.   It has been several day ...

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The Infernal Business of Social Programs

The Infernal Business of Social Programs

Roberto Cachanosky explains why ending poverty poverty and social plans would be the worst possible business for politicians.   Social plans became a big business for Kirchner's g ...

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Our New Video is Here!

Our New Video is Here!

Available with subtitles in English. ...

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Tariff on Laptops, Tablets in Argentina Repealed

Tariff on Laptops, Tablets in Argentina Repealed

  Argentina has many institutional roadblocks to its economic prosperity, but there are some encouraging signs that signal a changing climate of opinion. Its government recen ...

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On Capitalists and Cronies

On Capitalists and Cronies

Gloria Alvares explains how capitalism works and how it differs from the crony capitalism many consider a market economy. Subtitles in English! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2UN ...

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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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Social Programs: How to Turn them Into Genuine Jobs

Social Programs: How to Turn them Into Genuine Jobs

    At a conference in the University of CEMA, Libertad y Progreso's representative Marcos Hilding Ohlsson participated in a debate alongside Instituto Amagi's economist Robe ...

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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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