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) March 4, 2015 The claim is being made that it is wrong to call for P-Noy’s resignation and destabilize the country specially now that the economy is doing great. Is this correct? Yes, the economy is doing great. A Bloomberg survey of economists shows they think the Philippines [Read More]
Posted: March 4, 2015, 9:25 am
Crossroads (Toward Philippine Economic and Social Progress) by Gerardo P. Sicat (The Philippine Star) March 4, 2015 When it comes to economic performance, the Benigno Aquino III administration can claim to some element of swagger and boast. Overshadowing poor past performance. In the eyes of national economy watchers, the growth rate has risen above [Read More]
Posted: March 4, 2015, 9:17 am
The Joint Foreign Chambers (JFC), the country’s largest coalition of foreign investors, acknowledged a significant improvement in the country’s competitiveness over the last four years, but stressed the need for further reform that could ensure inclusive growth. At the fourth edition of the “Arangkada Assessment Forum” at the Shangri-La Hotel Makati on Tuesday, the foreign [Read More]
Posted: March 4, 2015, 9:14 am
MANILA – The business community today has called on the Aquino administration to secure its economic gains by spending its remaining less than two years in office to put in place pending reforms. Close to three-fourths, or 331 out of the 462 recommendations put forward by the Joint Foreign Chambers in 2010 have met with [Read More]
Posted: March 4, 2015, 9:09 am
DEMAND AND SUPPLY By Boo Chanco (The Philippine Star) March 2, 2015 The air traffic congestion at NAIA produces the same, if not greater, negative impact on economic growth as the more visible Manila port congestion. A good international airport as the country’s gateway is essential to economic growth. NAIA’s congestion, like the Manila [Read More]
Posted: March 2, 2015, 4:56 am
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