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Unirule founder ranks 4th most influential thinker worldwide PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 02 May 2014 13:37

Mao Yushi(茅于轼) was ranked 4th of World Thinkers 2014 in a survey conducted by the prospect Magazine.

Mao is one of the most popular economists in China and an outspoken advocate of Chinese policy reform. His scientific achievements and contributions to liberal thought from a Chinese perspective have gained him the title “national treasure” by his fans. Born 1992 in Nanjing, Mao became famous during the early years of reform, applying mathematical principles on economics. His first book was published in 1985 with the title “Mathematical Foundations of Economics: The Prinicipal of Optimal Allocation”. In 1993 he and fellow economists like Sheng Hong盛洪 founded the Unirule Institute of Economics, in which he still holds the position as honorary chairman.

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EBI newsletter PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 22 August 2011 13:50


Also inculdes the articles in English in the last two pages.

 
Fraser Forum - July/August 2011: Government participation in housing finance PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 16 August 2011 16:04

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Date Published: July 6, 2011
Authors: Gordon Atherley
Thompson Ayodele
Bacchus Barua
Nadeem Esmail
Mark Milke
Neil Mohindra
Milagros Palacios
Mark Rovere
Niels Veldhuis
Research Topics: Government Spending

Fraser Forum is a monthly review of public policy in Canada, with articles covering taxation, education, health care policy, and a wide range of other topics. Forum writers are economists, Institute research analysts, and selected authors, including those from other public policy think tanks.

 

 
Shanghai Austrian Economics Summit 2014 PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 23 April 2014 17:10

Although we may be connected to each other on the internet already, going offline can give us so much more! Just as it was two years ago, we have economists and followers of Austrian Economics all over the world coming together at this summit. Here you can make new friends and share your ideas, not to mention the great food and environment.

You won’t want to miss out on this absolutely life-changing event.

18-20 July 2014 at DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Huaqiao – Kunshan

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Diminishing electoral dividend for the political dynasties PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 11 April 2014 16:41

Do political dynasties really matter in India's electoral lanscape? Dynasties may exist in politics, but democracy has the power to equalise the dynasts. The diminishing power of the political families in India bear testimony to the deep roots democracy has struck in the country, writes Barun Mitra.

Any discussion on dynastic politics in drawing rooms or in the media, usually degenerates in to a slanging match. One side tries to wrap itself in a democratic halo, and who see political dynasties as anathema in democratic polity. The other side aggressively argues that after all the dynasts do have to get democratically elected too and therefore legitimate.

Hardly any political party is immune from their own dynasties, small or big. The list of candidates related to political families in the 2014 election is a long one indeed.

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