I’m a voracious consumer of publications that rankeconomic liberty and national competitiveness. Simply stated, these apples-to-apples rankings tell us which countries have policies that are friendly to growth (and thus the places that will enjoy rising living standards).
I’m also very interested in “societal capital,” which is the degree to which the people of a nation believe in values such as self reliance, work, individual initiative, and personal responsibility.
That’s because it’s probably just a matter of time before a country with low levels of societal capital winds up adopting bad policy.
But that’s now changed, thanks to…
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