Ideas for a Free Society in Chinese, 2012

Ideas for a Free Society in Chinese, 2012

The Cathay Institute for Public Affairs produced the CD in Chinese in March 2012 and immediately there was interest in it from other parts of China and other parts of the world.  There are no copyright restrictions on the use of these texts on the CD or web sites so long as they are correctly attributed.

Cathay Institute for Public Affairs (CIPA) is an independent, nonprofit and non-governmental research and educational institution aiming to protect the freedom of the individuals in China, to promote Chinas democratic transition, and to help establish constitutional democracy in China.

Professor Xingyuan Feng and his team oversaw the translation of some new texts into Chinese for inclusion on the CD and also the identifying of others that were already translated.

http://www.cipacn.org/

 

List of Articles on the CD

Both in Chinese and English

No.

Title

1

What is Capitalism? By Ayn Rand

2

Economic Freedom and Development  by Wolgang Kasper

3

Common Sense Economics: What Everyone Should Know about Wealth and Prosperity by James D. Gwartney, Richard L. Stroup and Dwight R. Lee

4

Free Your Mind: A Beginner’s Guide to Political Economy by Sauvik Chakraverti

5

How Markets Work by Israel M. Kirzner

6

Economic Policy – Thoughts for Today and Tomorrow by Ludwig von Mises

7

More People, Greater Wealth, More Resources,Healthier Environment by Julian Simon

8

Economics:What Everyone Should Know about Economics and Environemnt by Richard L Stroup

9

The Role of Property Rights as an Institution by Karol Boudreaux

10

Paths to Property-Approaches to Institutional Changes in International Development by Karol Boudreaux & Paul Dragos Aligica

11

Make Poverty History: Tackle Corruption  by Wolfgang Kasper

12

The Nature and Role of Entrepreneurship in Markets by Israel M. Kirzner and Frederic Sautet

13

The Role of Institutions in Entrepreneurship by  Frederic Sautet

14

How Best to Cope with Climate Change? By Wolfgang Kasper

15

What is the Rule of Law? By  Leon Louw
Only Chinese

1

In Praise of Non-Centralism

2

The Social Dimension of Liberal Policy

3

Feed the world by Douglas Southgate & William McGuire)

4

More Choice Better Health: Free to Choose Experimental Drugs By Bartley·J·Madden

5

The Impact of Decentralized Knowledge on Education by Peter A. Henning

6

Education without the State by James Bartholomew

7

Could the Globalisation of Education Benefit the Poor?  by James Tooley

8

 Education and the Free Society by Kenneth Minogue

9

An Overview of Parental Choice in Education in the United States by Jennifer Marshal

10

Independent Schooling in South Africa by Jean. Redpath

11

The state versus the poor- –Inequality in Education and its Reduction by David C. Berliner

12

The Use of International Comparative Assessment Studies by Jaap Scheerens
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1

The Ultimate Resource by Julian Simon. Not included for copyright reasons.

2

Population Explosion-Disaster or Blessing? Peter Bauer.  Not included for copyright reasons.
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