The Fraser Institute’s Economic Freedom of North America (EFNA) report is getting lots of press and lots of traction with policymakers—all thanks to our growing EFNA Network, which now enfolds 58 members in 47 states/territories, Canada and Mexico.
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According to forecasts, the province's net financial debt will eclipse $69 billion this fiscal year.
Dozens of members and partners of the EFNA Network representing 24 organizations, 17 states and territories, and three countries participated in the Institute’s annual EFNA Network Conference in Dallas. It was the first in-person gathering of the Network since 2019, and attendees were treated to a program loaded with ideas and best practices for disseminating EFNA, new research findings, and insights on the state of economic freedom globally, nationally and locally.
The Determinants of Subnational Economic Freedom: An Analysis of Data for Seven Countries with Implications for Optimal Jurisdiction Size
Dozens of members and partners of the EFNA Network turned their annual gathering into a Zoom conference call. The out-of-the-ordinary mode of connecting didn’t prevent them from exchanging innovative ideas, helpful best practices and a sneak peek of EFNA 2020, which was recently released worldwide.
This fiscal year, Alberta projects a historic budget deficit of $24.2 billion.
The Fraser Institute has released its annual study on economic freedom in North America. There’s good news for Indiana, but there’s also work to do.
Before we dig into the good news and the to-do list, it may be helpful to discuss what exactly we mean by “economic freedom.”