A World Bank report shows how Chile
If the "neoliberal" experiment in Chile has
Chile, which now is ranked very high
Venezuela is falling apart. Decades of bad
Reforms in the 1980s and 1990s liberalized
Daniel J. Mitchell, columnist and economic scholar at the CATO Institute, was in Vienna for the annual European Resource Bank meeting. During a speech about the economic reform in Chile, specifically the system of personal retirement accounts, Mr. Pinera shared a chart that “conclusively shows why good economic policy makes a difference,” as Mitchell put it.