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Economic Liberalization in Lebanon: Simulating the Impact of Government Reforms

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Lebanese Economic Association (LEA) Profile

The Lebanese Economic Association (LEA) is a non-profit, non-partisan professional association that aims to spread and enhance the economics culture and methodology in Lebanon, with a view to adding value to the public policy debate.

LEA’s Objectives are to:
• Facilitate and promote the exchange of economics research on Lebanon among professional economists, and with the broader public (students, NGOs, Government institutions);
• Foster closer links among academic and non-academic institutions and professionals that are concerned with economic policy issues in Lebanon;
• Cooperate with international economist associations.

The Lebanese Economic Association is a registered Lebanese NGO at the Ministry of Interior and Municipalities under number 13815 (11 June 2007).
For more information, please visit http://www.leb-econ.org.


Friedrich Naumann Foundation (FNF) Profile

FNF is an independent, non-profit, non-governmental organization that is committed to promoting liberal policy and politics. Founded in Germany in 1958, the Foundation has won a reputation for promoting freedom worldwide.

To create an open society, FNF is guided by the principles of liberalism and its message of mutual tolerance and acceptance of diversity. Its core concepts, such as the protection of human rights, the application of the rule of law, liberal democracy and a free market economy, have proven throughout the centuries that liberalism offers appropriate solutions for the present and the future in public and personal life.

Our intensive work in political education, political consultancy, training and dialogue is carried out in Germany and our offices in over 50 countries worldwide.
For more information, please visit http://www.fnst-freiheit.org.

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