October 11, 2023

A Regulatory Budget Could Grow the Danish GDP by 13,8%

International literature consistently reveals that excessive regulation hampers economic growth. This CEPOS briefing conducted a thorough analysis of 68 studies investigating the link between regulation and growth, with most indicating a negative correlation, signifying that increased regulation impedes economic progress.
February 23, 2022

Oxfam’s Bad Ideas Entrench Poverty, Disease and Destitution

Oxfam is back to their old tricks, making pseudoscientific claims about inequality. It is once again hating on the rich while backing policies that will do nothing to alleviate the suffering of the world’s poor.
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.
September 17, 2021

Diaspora Mainstreaming in EU Development Cooperation With Africa

Diaspora communities hold incalculable potential to support their home countries and have long been acknowledged as actors for development thanks to their unique transnational understanding, mobility, and connection with their country of heritage.