Mart Laar

Mart Laar is the former prime minister of Estonia where he instituted the flat rate personal income tax reforms that elevated that country’s economy to impressive levels. Laar studied history at Tartu University before going on to earn a master’s in philosophy and a doctorate degree. He has received several recognitions, including the European Bull 2000, the Adam Smith Award 2002, the Polar Award 2003, and the Cato Institute’s 2006 Milton Friedman Prize for Advancing Liberty.

Last update: 05/11/2007

Más vídeos de Mart Laar

Entrevista a Mart Laar, ex Primer Ministro de Estonia en Libre Encuentro
Mart Laar, Dionisio Gutiérrez

17 de septiembre de 2006

The Baltic Tiger: How Estonia Did It
Mart Laar

14 de septiembre de 2006