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Hong Kong – Has Asia’s boomtown reached a crossroads?

Interview with Andrew Work, Editor-in-chief, Harbour Times Towering skyscrapers, glittering facades, rapid economic growth, wealth: In many a mind Hong

Economic freedom and poverty: Reframing the debate

Sethaput Suthiwart-Narueput, Thailand Future Foundation[1] In the 352 pages and over 250,000 words in its flagship 2001 World Development Report

Dr. Mahar Mahangas on Gross National Happiness in Bhutan

Gross National Happiness (GNH) is the brand name of the Kingdom of Bhutan for its official national objective. The term

“Economic Freedom as a Way to Happiness” – A conference in Bhutan that promises inspirational ideas

“Money alone doesn’t produce happiness” says an old German proverb. Some people will respond with the quip “Yes, but it

EFN Asia 2015 Conference

The philosophy of Gross National Happiness (GNH) involves making a pivotal choice to focus on the goal of happiness over

EFN Asia 2013 Conference

ASIA, THE MIDDLE INCOME TRAP AND ECONOMIC FREEDOM The EFN Asia 2013 Conference looked at the term “middle income trap”

EFN Asia 2012 Conference

HOW WELFARE POPULISM DESTROYS PROSPERITY: THE POPULIST CHALLENGE TO ECONOMIC FREEDOM The EFN Asia 2012 Conference addressed the risks that

EFN Asia 2011 Conference

COMPETITION: ENGINE FOR PROSPERITY The EFN Asia 2011 Conference discussed the role of governmental competition policy and competition in public

EFN Asia 2010 Conference Resolution

MIGRATION AND THE WEALTH OF NATIONS The EFN Asia 2010 Conference looked at how migration has transformed countries and the