Sunday , 17 December 2017

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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Will This Election Mark the End of Peronism?

Will This Election Mark the End of Peronism?

In its 72 years of history this movement has been declared dead several times. Will it survive the latest one? What transformation will we see?   The Peronism Movement has su ...

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From Polarization to Persecution: Lessons from Argentina’s Media War

From Polarization to Persecution: Lessons from Argentina’s Media War

President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner delivers a speech at Buenos Aires’ Plaza de Mayo, April 2008.   On July 2nd, Donald Trump tweeted an edited video of himself beating ...

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Tariff on Laptops, Tablets in Argentina Repealed

Tariff on Laptops, Tablets in Argentina Repealed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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Electoral Dance

Electoral Dance

On Sunday Argentina went through primaries for October’s midterm elections, and the big news was the continuous success of the Cambiemos alliance. Cambiemos performed much better ...

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Productivity Commissions: The New Public Policy Tool of Global Competitiveness?

Productivity Commissions: The New Public Policy Tool of Global Competitiveness?

   The comparative analysis of long-term development in Argentina and Australia is a historic issue repeatedly addressed in academia. This focused attention could exist because bo ...

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Start Argentina’s Engine

Start Argentina’s Engine

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

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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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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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