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03 Jan, 2010
Is Healthcare A "Human Right?"

January 02, 2010

Turning healthcare into an individual enforceable human right creates all kinds of legal complexities, undermines the rule of law and stifles political pluralism. Neither is there any evidence that “the right to health” has actually improved healthcare anywhere in the world – in some cases it has undermined it. 


21 Oct, 2009
FTAs - Do They Really Free The Trade?

Ausgust 25, 2009

In recent years free trade agreements have become fashionable. Thus, when two or more countries reach an agreement to allow free trade (because it is they which in the first instance imposed restrictions on free trade), it is publicized as a Free Trade Agreement. It is misleading and ridiculous! It’s not allowing free trade between the contracting countries, since there are more ‘strings’ here than the natural freedom allows!


22 May, 2009
Ideas for a Free and Responsible Society

Ideas for a Free and Responsible Society "Ideas for a Free and Responsible Society" is a collection of writings published on a CD. The CD contains a selection of contributions by some of the most important scholars and thinkers, both historical and contemporary, which explain the general intellectual concepts, some of the challenges, and some applications to public policy issues.


04 Mar, 2009
Civil Society Coalition on Climate Change to Challenge IPCC Report

In advance of the release of the latest alarmist report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), a group of 26 civil society organizations has formed a new global coalition. Alternate Solutions Institute is part of this coalition which seeks to offer more rational approach to the issue based on independent evaluations of the evidence and assessments of the policy options.


04 Mar, 2009
Civil Society Report on Climate Change

Governments should reject calls for a post-Kyoto treaty “Kyoto 2”

Civil Society Report says climate policy should focus on removing barriers to adaptation


04 Mar, 2009
Tax-evasion and Money-laundering in Pakistan: An Overview

"There is no business in Pakistan today which can be run without paying bribes to the ministers and secretaries." Yusuf Haroon, a businessman [Quoted in Shahid-ur-Rehman] The economy of Pakistan is heavily regulated and controlled by the government. The ever-increasing burden of taxes and regulations has given rise to a parallel economy (usually termed as black economy) of which tax-evasion and money-laundering are two significant phenomena.


04 Mar, 2009
Economic Freedom Report 2007: Pakistan Climbs the Ladder of Economic Freedom

Pakistan climbs the ladder of Economic Freedom scoring 6 points ranking 101 out of 141 countries; leaps big in Legal Structure and Security of Property Rights area by improving from 2.5 to 4.4; loses big in Access in Sound Money by sliding down from 6.4 to 6.0.


04 Mar, 2009
Economic Freedom of the World 2005 Annual Report: Special Pakistan Edition

Economic Freedom of the World is the most comprehensive index of economic freedom in the world and the only that uses reproducible measures for peer-reviewed research. The 2005 Annual Report explores the evolution of economic freedom over the last quarter century and the impact of economic freedom on people's lives.


04 Mar, 2009
Economic Freedom of the World 2004 Annual Report: Special Pakistan Edition

Economic Freedom of the World is the most comprehensive index of economic freedom in the world and the only that uses reproducible measures for peer-reviewed research. The 2004 Annual Report explores the evolution of economic freedom over the last quarter century and the impact of economic freedom on people's lives.


04 Mar, 2009
Research: Let the Poor Have Water, not Ideology

This year's World Water Week will see activists gather in Stockholm to discuss ways of getting clean water to the 1 billion people around the world who are currently without it. The new research by Alex Nash argues that if water activists remain blinkered by ideology and continue to oppose private water provision, this goal will not be met.


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