|Statement||[edited by] Marc A. Miles, Edwin J. Feulner, Mary Anastasia O"Grady ; with Ana Isabel Eiras and Aaron Schavey.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 414 p. :|
|Number of Pages||414|
The annual Economic Freedom of the World is an indicator of economic freedom produced by James Gwartney and Robert Lawson, and is published by the Canadian Fraser Institute. This index uses a definition of economic freedom similar to laissez-faire capitalism and it has been more widely used than any measure of economic freedom. The Index of Economic Freedom measures countries against a list of 50 independent variables divided into 10 broad factors of economic freedom. Low scores are more desirable. The higher the score on a factor, the greater the level of government interference in the economy and the less economic freedom a country enjoys. Get this from a library! Economic freedom of the Arab World: (report & index - ). [Salem Ben Nasser Al Ismaily; Amela Karabegović; Fred McMahon; Fraser Institute (Vancouver, B.C.); International Research Foundation for Development.]. Download the Index of Economic Freedom. Yes, I would like to receive updates from the Heritage Foundation about the Index of Economic Freedom and other policy issues.
Let's now analyze the recently released "Index of Economic Freedom " from The Heritage Foundation. It may seem presumptuous of me to criticize the index without having made an alternative index myself, but this is merely meant to indicate how the index should be improved to better reflect the actual level of economic freedom. rows The Index of Economic Freedom is an annual index and ranking created in by The . Index of Economic Freedom [Gerald O'Driscoll] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. 11 rows Index of Economic Freedom measures economic freedom of countries based on .
This is the bedrock conclusion of the Index of Economic Freedom, published annually by The Heritage Foundation, Washington's preeminent think tank, and The Wall Street Journal, the world's leading international business daily. This 10th anniversary edition of the Index is a practical reference guide to the world's economies. It includes country-by-country analyses and the most up-to-date. The Index of Economic Freedom focuses on four key aspects of the economic environment over which governments typically exercise policy control: Rule of law, Government size, Regulatory efficiency, and Market openness. In assessing conditions in these four categories, the Index measures 10 specific components of economic freedom, each of which is graded on a scale from 0 to Scores on . • Greater economic freedom also correlates with more effective democratic governance and stronger rule of law. The global average economic freedom score is , the highest ever. The Index, released today, ranks Hong Kong once again as the world's freest economy, followed by Singapore and Luxembourg. But it is Estonia at No. 4 that makes the point. This former Soviet satellite is a model reformer, setting the standard for how fast countries can move ahead in the realm of economic liberalization. .