Economic freedom of the world 2006 annual report published on september 7 2006 the index published in economic freedom of the world measures the degree to which the policies and institutions of countries are supportive of economic freedom. The most comprehensive index of economic freedom in the world and the only one that uses reproducible measures appropriate for peer reviewed research this annual report ranks 123 countries according to the degree of personal choice voluntary exchange freedom to compete and protection of person and property enjoyed by their citizens. Economic freedom of the world 2005 annual report by james gwartney and robert a lawson with erik gartzke economic freedom is almost 50 times more effective than democracy in restraining nations . Economic freedom of the world is an annual survey published by the libertarian canadian think tank fraser institute the survey attempts to measure the degree of economic freedom in the worlds nations it has been used in peer reviewed studies some of which have found a range of beneficial effects of more economic freedom. The first economic freedom of the world report published in 1996 was the result of a decade of research by a team which included several nobel laureates and over 60 other leading scholars in a broad range of fields from economics to political science and from law to philosophy this is the 10th edition of economic freedom of the world
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