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EFN Asia in Jeju Forum 2015
Thursday, 14 May 2015 16:09

Thanks to Nonoy Oplas, President, Minimal Government Thinkers, Inc, from the Philippines, for the contribution. For original information and more information from previous Jeju Forum from Nonoy Oplas, please visit http://funwithgovernment.blogspot.com/2015/05/efn-asia-47-participation-in-jeju-forum.html

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The Economic Freedom Network (EFN) Asia and the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom (FNF) will participate once again in the big annual international conference in Korea, the (10th) Jeju Forum for Peace and Prosperity, May 20-22, 2015.


Although Jeju Forum was first organized in 2001, EFN Asia participated for the first time only in 2013 by having its own panel discussion, "Dealing with Economic Nationalism". I was part of the contingent, as Panel Rapporteur. Then EFN participated again last year, its panel discussion was about "Globalization and Inequality".

This year, the overall conference theme will be "Towards a New Asia of Trust and Harmony" and EFN's panel discussion will be on "Free Market and Environmentalism: Why They Should Love Each Other".

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ASEAN Liberalization and the Poor
Friday, 24 April 2015 18:46

Will greater economic liberalisation actually help the poor in ASEAN? Nonoy Oplas, SEANET Fellow and President, Minimal Government Thinkers, Inc, presented during a session of the ASEAN People's Forum 2015 in Malaysia.

The session is organized by:
Southeast Asia Network for Development (SEANET)
Institute for Democracy and Economic Affairs (IDEAS)

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The 300 baht minimum wage What has happened, what needs to happen
Friday, 13 March 2015 16:14

The past ten years have not been a stellar time for economic policy making in Thailand. The country has seen 6 different governments over the past 10 years. But regardless of who was in power, the overwhelming majority of the policies enacted have been essentially populist in nature. Thailand Future Foundation, leading by Dr Sethaput Suthiwart-Narueput, revealed what has happened after two years of the use of the 300 baht minimum wage policy. The paper is also giving light of what needs to happen for Thailand to move forward.

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Economic Freedom Network Asia conference 2012

"How Welfare Populism Destroys Prosperity: the Populist Challenge to Economic Freedom"

Statement on Liberal Views on Populism


Freedom Barometer Asia 2012


The Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom (FNF) is pleased to release the latest edition of the Freedom Barometer Asia.

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Issue No.5

Summary and review of EFN members and partners articles, commentaries and books

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