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Liberal reforms created Chinese economic miracle

China’s rapid, stable, and continuing economic growth since the late 1970s or much of what is called modern Chinese ‘economic

Conference – From Third World To First Through Economic Freedom

Come with your ideas and thoughts on the topic from From Third World to First Through Economic Freedom, and share

Learning Innovation for Digital Generation

By Lulu Fakhriyah This article was originally published on CIPS. When we talk about the evolution of information technology, humans

Government intervention causing Malaysia to lose competitive edge as average income of Malaysians drops by 15% according ​​ to latest EPU Figures

This statement was first published on IDEAS. According to the latest figures by the Economic Planning Unit (EPU) the average

Report: International Conference on Competition 2017, Berlin

by Pornchai Wisuttisak   The international conference on competition provides great opportunities for knowledge sharing and networking on anticompetitive issues,

Poverty in Indonesia

by Rainer Heufers This article was originally published on CIPS. Consider Indonesia another Southeast Asian success story. About 20 years

Integration all the world over

by Tricia Yeoh This article was originally published on IDEAS. In August 2015, I visited France at a time when

Policy Paper – Upgrading Democracy: ‘Soft Laws’ and The Ombudsman

by Roy Lee This article was originally published on www.ideas.org.my Democracy is being tested and assaulted on all fronts today.

The public sector is the private sector of those in public offices

by Bienvenido S. Oplas This article was originally published on Business World Online. That remark seems to apply in many countries

Asians’ march to liberty and progress

by Bienvenido S. Oplas This article was originally published on Business World Online. Many Asian societies have experienced economic and