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) April 21, 2014 P-Noy apologized last week for the air conditioning breakdown at NAIA 1. He suggested the blame should be laid on government procurement procedures. They ordered necessary parts November last year but will only arrive this August. Said P-Noy: “Humihingi tayo ng paumanhin [Read More]
Posted: April 21, 2014, 7:18 am
Introspective by Calixto V. Chikiamco (Business World) April 20, 2014 WHEN my friend, Dr. Victor Limlingan (former Asian Institute of Management Professor, PhD in Business from Harvard, and Chairman of Regina Capital) asked me to give a talk on politics and the stock market, I was initially hesitant. Although I ran a brokerage company [Read More]
Posted: April 21, 2014, 7:13 am
DEMAND AND SUPPLY By Boo Chanco (The Philippine Star) April 16, 2014 Sometime in October last year, I joined a pilgrimage that traced the steps of St Paul when he preached the Gospel among the Gentiles in key ancient Mediterranean cities. It was a follow up to a pilgrimage I took the year before [Read More]
Posted: April 21, 2014, 7:02 am
Crossroads (Toward Philippine Economic and Social Progress) by Gerardo P. Sicat (The Philippine Star) April 16, 2014 A careful reading of the statistical picture of income inequality among countries leads to the conclusion that income inequality is partly, but strongly a consequence of growth and development. (See last week’s column.) As an economy increases [Read More]
Posted: April 21, 2014, 7:00 am
MANILA, Philippines – Citizen-led actions could complement the anti-corruption work of governments and the private sector while increasing the chances of successful development projects to reduce poverty, experts at the World Bank spring meetings said. World Bank president Jim Yong Kim pushed to strengthen the efforts of the development institution in its quest to end [Read More]
Posted: April 14, 2014, 1:57 am
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