quinta-feira, julho 22, 2004
Hernando de Soto
O Institut Hayek publica uma entrevista com o economista peruano Hernando de Soto.
The history of many countries shows that very poor people have built today?s wealth. The poor today form a large entrepreneurial force, but it is a force that cannot leverage its assets. And that is the situation in all of the developing countries and in the former communist nations we have been in. There is no lack of entrepreneurship. There is no lack of a will to build assets. There just isn?t the legal system to allow these assets to be leveraged the way you can do so in the West. International financial institutions have traditionally not counted these assets. Poor people have always been seen as recipients of benefits. We are changing this around by saying that whatever you are giving to them is peanuts compared to what they themselves can do. So, the direction should be to enable them, to empower the poor.
posted by Miguel Noronha 4:32 da tarde
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