Foundation for Economic Freedom, Inc.
The Foundation for Economic Freedom (FEF) is the first and only libertarian public advocacy and economic development organization in the Philippines. Since the 1990s, FEF has been aggressive in advancing the cause of economic and political liberty, good governance, secure and well defined property rights and market-oriented reforms. More than a think-tank, FEF also implements programs that contribute to the country’s economic reform initiatives.
Foundation for Economic Freedom
FEF is a non-stock, non-profit & non-partisan institution advocating market-oriented policy reforms in the Philippines. Fellows of FEF, Inc. include economists, political scientists, business practitioners and media personalities.
DEMAND AND SUPPLY By Boo Chanco (The Philippine Star) September 17, 2014 Pride, walang iwanan, Liberal Party politics should not stop PNoy from making a decision to call in Ping Lacson to clean up the PNP. It is now very obvious that the PNP needs serious and credible leadership, and neither Mar Roxas as DILG [Read More]
Posted: September 17, 2014, 1:52 am
Crossroads (Toward Philippine Economic and Social Progress) by Gerardo P. Sicat (The Philippine Star) September 17, 2014 (Toward Philippine Economic and Social Progress) Global developments affect national economic and social progress. Turmoil in the Middle East – conflict among its nations, internal power struggles, and day-to-day violence – are not as distant to us [Read More]
Posted: September 17, 2014, 1:51 am
DEMAND AND SUPPLY By Boo Chanco (The Philippine Star) September 15, 2014 Lynda Jumilla had almost an hour of questions on why the agriculture department has failed in so many vital mandates. Then it was time for Lynda to ask the question uppermost in the minds of the viewers of her ANC program, Beyond [Read More]
Posted: September 15, 2014, 6:43 am
By Rene Santiago (The Philippine Daily Inquirer) September 14, 2014 Can Metro Manila’s traffic woes ever disappear?” The National Academy of Science and Technology asked me that question at its 36th Annual Scientific Meeting on July 9. For harassed Metro Manila commuters, it is a question begging for an answer—yesterday. Our traffic congestion has [Read More]
Posted: September 15, 2014, 6:40 am
Social Climate By Mahar Mangahas (The Philippine Daily Inquirer) September 13, 2014 From 2005 to 2010, the Philippines went from fifth-poorest to third-poorest country in Southeast Asia, as estimated by the Asian Development Bank (ADB) with a new “Asian regional poverty line” of $1.51/person/day (ppp, 2005 prices), as published in its August 2014 special [Read More]
Posted: September 15, 2014, 6:35 am
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