Wednesday , 24 May 2017

New Zealand, Switzerland, Denmark and Finland are Still the World Champions in Institutional Quality; Chile is Still Ahead in Latin America

New Zealand, Switzerland, Denmark and Finland are Still the World Champions in Institutional Quality; Chile is Still Ahead in Latin America

 The results of the 2017’s Index of Institutional Quality, carried out by Martín Krause, confirm once again that the world champions for institutional quality are still the same: ...

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Without Fiscal Adjustments, We Will Suffer Inflation and Stagnation

Without Fiscal Adjustments, We Will Suffer Inflation and Stagnation

The writer, Emilio Ocampo is economist who holds an MBA from the University of Chicago and taught emerging markets economy at NYU Stern. He is also the writer of several books on ...

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Argentina Kicks Off Plan To Turn Welfare Into Employment

Argentina Kicks Off Plan To Turn Welfare Into Employment

  Companies that hire welfare recipients will receive a subsidy from the State for up to 24 months.  The government kicked off a program that hopes to encourage businesses to empl ...

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The “Ravioli Factory” to be Fully Operational Within the Executive Branch

The “Ravioli Factory” to be Fully Operational Within the Executive Branch

Mariano Obarrio gives a detailed description of the growth of the Argentine State according to the number of dependencies within each ministry. The increase in the number of minis ...

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Why Argentina Must Learn the Virtues of Economic Orthodoxy

Why Argentina Must Learn the Virtues of Economic Orthodoxy

  Orthodoxy is, according to the first definition of the Royal Spanish Academy, “conformity with generally accepted doctrines or practices.” Those in the economics profession and ...

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“The Economic Situation Will Improve”

“The Economic Situation Will Improve”

  Economist Agustín Etchebarne was interviewed by Mauro Viale at A24, where he declared that “the current economic situation will improve slightly throughout the year, not as much ...

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