• Headlines
    • Second day of elections abroad: Voter turnout stands at 15.80% (ISIE)
    • The first day of presidential elections abroad: Voter Turnout stands at 6.7%
    • Teboulba Bus-Train Crash: 6 killed, 32 injured
    • Electoral Silence Day Starts
    • Unemployment Edges Down to 15.2% (TAP)
    • Ras Jedir and Dehiba border crossings to be closed from Thursday to Wednesday (TAP)
    • Tunisians Overseas Start Voting
    • Tunisia deploys 36,000 troops for presidential runoff election (Anadolu Agency)
    • Tunisian unemployment down to 15.2% (TAP)

    Economist Hernando de Soto Speaks About Tunisia’s Informal Economy

    By Op-ed Contributor | Dec 17 2012 Share on Linkedin Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google Share on pinterest Print

    Tags: hernando de soto ,informal economy ,main-featured ,third-economy-featured

    World-renowned economist Hernando de Soto is speaking today about his theory on the informal economy along with an expert panel of bloggers, former policy makers, and economists. De Soto’s theory that land titling and introducing businesses into the formal economy will lead to greater economic development is a timely one for Tunisia as its government seeks to revitalize its economy two years after the revolution.

    Share on Linkedin Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google Share on pinterest

    Topics

    People

    Organization

    Place

    Party

    Documents

    Events

    Related

    Comments

      Tweets


      Videos

      Silent March In Memory of Aya

      ...

    1. Play Video

      Tunisia's Launch of Truth and Dignity Commission

    2. Play Video

      Tunisialive Living Tunisia

    3. Play Video

      #FreeAzyz campaigners protest gets violent