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THEORETICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EMPIRICAL MEASURES OF FREEDOM: A RESEARCH CHALLENGE TO LIBERAL ECONOMISTS

Sebastiano Bavetta and Pietro Navarra ()

Economic Affairs, 2004, vol. 24, issue 2, 43-46

Abstract: In this essay we ground the theoretical foundations of an empirical measure of the degree of freedom perceived by individuals on the Millian view of affirmation and development of individuality. We then discuss the implications of such a measure for policy and institutional design.

Date: 2004
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