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SummaryGlobal economic freedom has declined over the past year. The tension between government control and the free market has heightened around the world, particularly in developed countries. Eroding hardearned gains in economic freedom in years past, the mounting burden of reckless government spending in many cases has overwhelmed gains in economic freedom achieved in other policy areas.
Table of Contents
Foreword Preface Acknowledgments Executive Highlights Chapter 1: Defining Economic Freedom Chapter 2: Economic Freedom: Global and Regional Patterns Chapter 3: Public Debt, Economic Freedom, and Growth Chapter 4: Corruption and Terrorism: Will They Undermine the Arab Spring? Chapter 5: Fighting Poverty Through Economic Freedom Chapter 6: The Countries