This paper provides an explanation of the New Economic Model and a critical assessment of the politics around it.
The Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Liberty (FNF) is pleased to release the latest edition of the Freedom Barometer Asia. This index is the attempt to develop a comprehensive tool to measure and compare levels of freedom in different countries. Rather than reinventing the wheal, FNF draws its information and data from reliable sources and compiles it in a way that reflects our liberal approach to measuring freedom.
This Summer’s election victory of Benigno Simeon ‘Noynoy’ Aquino III as 15th President of the Republic of the Philippines has been compared to the success of President Barack Obama when he won in 2008.
These local elections were seen as an important indicator for the Presidential elections of 2012.
Occasional Papers Occasional Paper 48 Freedom Properly Understood Tom G. Palmer, 2008 Freedom is rightly considered to be the highest end of mankind. While many people agree on this, many people do not agree what freedom actually is. Quite often it is confused with the material goods that flow from it, such as wealth. health [...]
Occasional Papers2 Occasional Paper 38 The Impact of Tax and Benefits on Family Structure Patricia Morgan, 2008 Are we a social species? Not if UK household trends are anything to go by – these just suggest increasing fragmentation or atomisation. As strongly deterrent tax and benefit structure and messy marital laws mean that less and [...]
Occasional Papers3Occasional Paper 27 Freedom and Competion: The Future of Europe Sascha Tamm, 2006 The European integration has brought prosperity and lots of liberties to their citizens. But there are also undesirable developements as bureaucracy and centralisation. This paper contains a liberal concept for the future of Europe. PDF-file Occasional Paper 25 The Politics of EU [...]
Occasional Papers4Occasional Paper 16 Europe and Education Ulrich van Lith, 2006 Competing educational and training systems strengthen Europe and her member states. A European capital market for investment in human capital has to increase the competitiveness and integration of Europe. PDF-File Occasional Paper 15 An Overview of Parental Choice Education in the United States Jennifer Marshall, [...]