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big government

Big Public Spending
means poor Growth.

Slow growth
results in poverty.

These are the key findings from our own research
which confirms the results of earlier academic studies
and of this analysis which compared the growth differentials
of 30 OECD countries over 45 years 

( no less than 1000 data-pairs !!! )

NEW ! ! !
The Path To Sustainable Growth
Lessons From 20 Years Growth Differentials In Europe
Martin De Vlieghere and Paul Vreymans

Abstract:    While the rest of the world is booming, Europe lags behind. Europe's performance is weak in spite of high productivity and knowledge, high level of development and good labour ethics. Growth is also remarkably dissimular among regions. France, Germany and Italy are stagnating, and so do Denmark, Sweden and Finland. All gained less than 44% prosperity over the last 20 years. The Irish economy grew 4 times faster, gaining 169% wealth over the same period. In half a generation Ireland so metamorphosed into Europe's second richest country creating jobs for all.
" Big government " is the main cause of Europe's weak performance. The oversized Public Sector lacks productivity and is undoing the entire productivity gains of the Private Sector, eradicating all of its outstanding performance and productiveness. Europe could improve its overall performance by copying the Irish success formulas: Scaling down Public Spending, downsizing bureaucracy, and shifting the tax burden from income on consumption. This book demonstrates why the Lisbon Agenda and decades of Keynesian inflationist demand stimulation have failed. It devellops an alternative and workable supply-side strategy as well as effective cures for a humane and financially sustainable development.
This book reads as a   step-by-step manual for economic recovery.   It is a data-reference for students and politicians interested in growth, wellfare and in social modelling.   It is a  classic  for  economists concerned about Big Government,  poor public sector productivity  and for parents worrying about  their declining standard of living and their children's future.


Dr. Martin De Vlieghere is economist and doctor of philosophy since 1993.  His PhD was written on the conditions of modernity in the works of Habermas and Hayek. He has been assistant professor at the Department of Philosophy of the University of Ghent. He is president of the "Free Association for Civilization Studies" and member of the board of directors of Nova Civitas. 
Paul Vreymans
is econometrist and advisor at the Free Institute for Economic Research. As an international businessman he is a close witness of Europe's industrial collapse and the rise of the parasitical bureaucratic complex. He is a founding member of the Brussels' think tank WorkForAll.

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