The country deregulated markets in the 1990s, privatized state-owned companies, cut spending and reduced taxes.
The European Union enjoyed its pinnacle of influence after the Soviet Union collapsed.
Hong Kong is now thoroughly under the thumb of the freedom-hating Chinese Communist Party.
Markets are merely patterns of transactions.
Bombardier has seemingly given millions of taxpayer dollars to executives—while his company struggles to remain profitable.
If we really want to know how much students value their schools, a market would be a good way to find out.
Markets respond to consumer needs in intricate, effective and sometimes mysterious ways.
Le Pen and the far-left in France share similar economic policies.
Why is economic freedom important? Is it intrinsically valuable or is it valuable because of the outcomes it produces?