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) November 24, 2014 Now that the Senate is deliberating on the budget for next year, an appropriate question to line departments is simply this: what happened to last year’s budget? Were the projects for which money was allocated accomplished? It would be interesting to see [Read More]
Posted: November 24, 2014, 2:54 am
Introspective by Calixto V. Chikiamco (Business World) November 23, 2014 HOW TO give the economy a big boost? There are three ways (well, actually, four, by adopting a competitive exchange rate, but I won’t dwell on that for now). First is to free the Constitution from all the restrictions on foreign ownership. The most [Read More]
Posted: November 24, 2014, 2:48 am
Social Climate By Mahar Mangahas (The Philippine Daily Inquirer) November 22, 2014 Within Southeast Asia, the Philippines is not the country most susceptible to violent conflict—that distinction belongs to Myanmar (Burma)—but is the one where the danger of conflict has grown the most in the last year, and also grown the most in the [Read More]
Posted: November 24, 2014, 2:44 am
DEMAND AND SUPPLY By Boo Chanco (The Philippine Star) November 21, 2014 I am starting to get the feeling that poor Dr. Enrique Ona is getting a raw deal. What is happening to him now is proof that no good intention of serving the country is left unpunished with serious reputation risk. I know [Read More]
Posted: November 21, 2014, 5:10 am
Tourism Secretary Mon Jimenez has a very intriguing and eminently doable idea: Make Changi Airport in Singapore a gateway to the Philippines. It’s a fascinating concept of two governments working together for the benefit of both. Singapore is one of the two major hubs in Southeast Asia (Hong Kong is the other), receiving 900-1,000 flights [Read More]
Posted: November 20, 2014, 5:43 am
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