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CME: A Proposal to Preserve both Democracy and Political Stability

CME: A Proposal to Preserve both Democracy and Political Stability SUNDAY, 21 January 2024: The recent debate around the proposed Fixed-term Parliament Act (FTPA) revolves around the following reasoning: the democratic system requires the introduction of a certain degree of restrictions in order to promote political stability and – with it – enhance economic growth. …

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PADU: The Myth of Data-Driven Policy Decisions

PADU: The Myth of Data-Driven Policy Decisions MONAY, 15 January 2024: The Malaysian Government recently launched the Central Database Hub (PADU), an effort led by the Economics Ministry to bring together information held by various ministries and government agencies into one, allowing the government a clearer picture of its 33.5 million population. Launched with great …

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CME New EduPaper: Competition, Innovation and Concentration

CME New EduPaper: Competition, Innovation and Concentration TUESDAY, 9 January 2024: The Center for Market Education is excited to announce the publication of “Competition, Innovation, and Concentration: A Nietzschean Essay in Honour of Paolo Sylos Labini” (https://marketedu.me/wp-content/uploads/2024/01/202401-EduPaper-9-Competition-Innovation-And-Concentration.pdf), written by CME CEO Dr. Carmelo Ferlito. This timely paper seeks to critique and dismantle the idea of …

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CME Special Issue: A Future World Monetary Order

CME Special Issue: A Future World Monetary Order MONDAY, 27 November 2023: The Center for Market Education (CME) is excited to announce the publication of the first EduPaper Special Issue entitled “A Future World Monetary Order: A Debate on Lawrence H. White’s ‘Better Money: Gold, Fiat, or Bitcoin?’”, edited by CME Associate, Emile Phaneuf III. …

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CME: For strengthening the ringgit, speed up on the Madani framework and move beyond China

CME: For strengthening the ringgit, speed up on the Madani framework and move beyond China WEDNESDAY, 25 October 2023: Last week, the Malaysian ringgit fell to its lowest level since the Asian Financial Crisis as the currency was weighed down by the nation’s widening rate differential with the US. The currency dropped as much as …

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