Transcript
  • 00:01    |    
    Initial credits
  • 00:18    |    
    Introduction by Carlisle Johnson
  • 01:21    |    
    What are you working on currently?
  • 02:25    |    
    Economic freedom indexes
  • 03:16    |    
    Third-party data
  • 07:55    |    
    Country audit process
  • 08:43    |    
    Economic freedom index of the Arab world
  • 11:46    |    
    Investigation methodology of international organizations
  • 13:56    |    
    Approaches to freedom measurement
  • 14:57    |    
    Performance measurement
  • 16:55    |    
    What do these freedom indexes represent overall?
    • Example of India
    • Example of China
  • 22:23    |    
    What do Guatemalan authorities need to ensure economic freedom?
    • Continuity of security
    • Freedom in China
  • 29:35    |    
    Results of a bad economic environment
  • 31:24    |    
    Link between personal and economic freedom
  • Real cost reduction
  • 36:38    |    
    Effect of Milton Friedman on Chile
  • Chilean economic vision
  • 41:55    |    
    What readings do you recommend about these topics?
  • 43:48    |    
    Final words
  • 44:49    |    
    Final credits


Economic Freedom

New Media  | 06 de noviembre de 2010  | Vistas: 7

Freedom, as the most important element in a society, should be kept intact at all times. In this video Carlisle Johnson interviews Michael A. Walker on the importance of economic freedom. He begins by explaining what motivated him to investigate how freedom ranked in the world and explains the methodology used to measure freedom in its different components. By pointing out examples such as China, India, and Chile he demonstrates the results of these projects, highlighting the positive outcomes. He mentions the Guatemalan case and explains the main pillars governments should guard in order for the country to prosper in every sense.




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Michael A. Walker es senior fellow en The Fraser Institute y…

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