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Neoliberalism, first illuminated by French economist Charles Gide, is a theory of political and economic practice that best advances human development through the emancipation of individual entrepreneurial freedoms and skills within an institutional framework characterised by strong private property rights, free markets, and trade.


Does it make sense?

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Much of it makes sense. A couple of comments:

The word "best" feels unexpected to me.

"emancipation of ... freedoms and skills" isn't right. In the phrase "emancipation of X", we expect X to be the person/people who are made free, not the freedom itself.

(Cross-posted.)

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Neoliberalism, first illuminated by French economist Charles Gide, is a theory of political and economic practice that best advances human development through the emancipation of individual entrepreneurial freedoms and skills within an institutional framework characterised by strong private property rights, free markets, and trade.


Does it make sense?

Yes.

CJ