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February 28, 2022

The Battle for Free Societies

Many classical liberals dedicate their professional lives to making their societies freer, fairer, and more prosperous. We are battling bad ideas that would impoverish our neighbours, we are combatting populists who would dismantle our liberal-democratic institutions, and we are outlining ideas for a world where merit and morals based on the ideas of freedom contribute to a better life for all.
January 27, 2022

Will the 2020s Be a Good Decade for Classical Liberals?

It is unlikely that most people will be rampant classical liberals by 2030. Still, for the remainder of the decade, the forces that classical liberals believe in, namely, the ability of markets to innovate, provide wealth, and improve living standards, will continue at a staggering pace.
December 16, 2021

The Cracks in China’s Economy

The Chinese real estate giant Evergrande has been a popular topic of conversation in recent weeks. It is not only the company’s liabilities of more than 300 billion dollars that make this case relevant, but also its weight in the Chinese real estate sector, which already accounts for 30% of China’s GDP.
December 7, 2021

The Decline in Poverty and the Increase in the Number of Billionaires Go Hand in Hand

The Index of Economic Freedom, which is compiled every year by the Heritage Foundation, shows that the most capitalist countries have an average per capita GDP of $71,576. That compares with $47,706 for the world’s “predominantly free” countries.