Fraser Forum

Economic Freedom

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Alberta's provincial government has dramatically increased personal and corporate income taxes.

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The EU has seen growth of bureaucratic and administrative apparatus and a regulatory environment not always economic-growth enhancing.

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The founders were familiar with the works of American founding fathers such as Jefferson and European political philosophers such as Edmund Burke.

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Book addresses rhetoric used during the socialist revolution.

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Studies have shown that economic freedom boosts tolerance, a necessary condition for successful democracies.

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The Alberta government recently implemented a series of policy changes that will leave Albertans materially less free. Given the clear link between economic freedom and prosperity, expect these changes to have negative long-term effects on living standards and economic opportunities across the province.

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Award-winning book examines role entrepreneurs play in growing an economy, how high levels of economic freedom increase the quantity and quality of entrepreneurship, and the decline of economic freedom in the U.S.

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Today, democracies share hardly any values with a revanchist Russia and the emergent hegemon in China, and no values with radical Islamists.

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The level of economic freedom in any given country is the product of fights between two types of politicians.

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