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.
Canada dropped to 14th in the new Economic Freedom of the World report, down slightly from 13th the previous year.
The Determinants of Subnational Economic Freedom: An Analysis of Data for Seven Countries with Implications for Optimal Jurisdiction Size
The Heritage Foundation has dropped Hong Kong from its 2021 Index of Economic Freedom.
Sweden compensates for its big government with an open free-market economy and business-friendly laws.
In 2019, government spending equaled a remarkable 55 per cent of Atlantic Canada's economy.