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CPPR-ACE Winter School on Public Policy Research Methods
Friday, 05 October 2012 20:58

CPPR13 January - 01 February 2013, Cochin, Kerala, IndiaACE

Centre for Public Policy Research (CPPR) and Asia Centre for Enterprise (ACE) are proud to launch the CPPR-ACE Winter School 2013. The first program of this series, Summer School 2012 was a huge success with participants from Europe, Central and South Asia. The Winter School will offer a three-week immersion in public policy research methods.

The objective of the program is to equip researchers with the tools and techniques necessary to produce outstanding research on important problems of public policy, with the goal of improving governance and the freedom and prosperity of citizens.

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15 years of Centre for Civil Society
Monday, 01 October 2012 17:38

Message from Centre for Civil Society:

Dear Friends,

2012 marks 15 years of Centre for Civil Society. We have had an incredible journey with many lessons learned along the way. We have not only grown in impact across the country and gained recognition by our peers internationally, we have grown our family as we continue, with more passion and conviction than ever, to right-size India's political economy to bring opportunity for growth to all Indians.

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Commentary: A New Birth of Economic Freedom for Asia
Friday, 28 September 2012 18:55

Original version is published on The Wall Street Journal, http://online.wsj.com by Razeen Sally

Razeen Sally is right in saying that the constraints on growth stem from too much intervention in the market, not too little regulation. Freedom and prosperity have bloomed on Asian soil because government interventions have been curtailed and markets unleashed. The Asian miracle is not the product of superior technocratic minds who concocted industrial policies to promote targeted sectors. Indeed, there is scant evidence that such social engineering worked. Limited government—a strong but small state that performs its core functions well—and free markets at home and free trade abroad: These are the ingredients for a new Asian century.

Economic Freedom Network agrees with his vision and that is why the 2012 EFN Asia conference intends to discuss the phenomenon of populism and to jointly search for ways how free market economists can tackle the negative influence of populist policies and how populists politicians can be drawn into more substantive debates which assess the outcomes of the proposed public policy measures.

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Economic Freedom Network Asia conference 2012

"How Welfare Populism Destroys Prosperity: the Populist Challenge to Economic Freedom"

Statement on Liberal Views on Populism


Freedom Barometer Asia 2012


The Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom (FNF) is pleased to release the latest edition of the Freedom Barometer Asia.

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Summary and review of EFN members and partners articles, commentaries and books

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