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Index of Economic Freedom

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The Index of Economic Freedom has been published every year for the past 12 years. It assesses each country’s economic freedom by evaluating a country’s performance on a number of factors, including trade policy, fiscal burden, government intervention, monetary policy and property rights, among others. Using the latest results (available in Excel format), the index creators have also put together a map of the world (also in pdf format) that provides a quick overview of economic freedom throughout the world. Also interesting to view is a chart showing the correlation of per capita income and economic freedom. Individual country reports / analysis are also available.

The complete report, along with the methodology and process used, is available for download.

By way of La Cartoteca.

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