Sunday , 22 July 2018

Macri ordered an adjustment to the Ministers and forces about 40 relatives to resign their positions

Macri ordered an adjustment to the Ministers and forces about 40 relatives to resign their positions

Photograph courtesy of Presidency La Nación.- The president Mauricio Macri announced yesterday that it will cut 25 percent of political positions, freeze the salaries of the hiera ...

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Currently in Argentina, there are no inflation goals

Currently in Argentina, there are no inflation goals

La Nación - The ideal system for a country, that lived for a long time with strong price rises and doesn’t have a reliable indicator of its variation, is that of inflation goals s ...

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Argentina’s Outlook for 2018

Argentina’s Outlook for 2018

Argentina is entering president Macri’s third year in office: it appears it will be in tune with the end of the previous year, with the economy growing at a rate of 3%, with somew ...

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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 ...

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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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Deep State

Deep State

  LyP's economist Iván Carrino analysis how interests created around public spending can drive an expansion of the State and can affect a country's government.   Who rea ...

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You Can´t Tame the Deficit with Laws that Freeze Public Spending or Try to Ensure  Fiscal Responsibility

You Can´t Tame the Deficit with Laws that Freeze Public Spending or Try to Ensure Fiscal Responsibility

Increasing tax pressure, taking on debt and issuing money are the three ways, all of them destructive, to continue holding the current level of public spending. The extraordinary ...

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