CONTRIBUYENTES POR RESPETO

CONTRIBUYENTES POR RESPETO

Lima, Peru

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ABOUT

The mission of Contribuyentes por Respeto is to promote public policies based on responsible liberty, open markets, and a subsidiary role of the state based in the public services, consumption, and education sectors, through relationships with media and policymakers. This organization aims to analyze, measure, and communicate the impact of state intervention in markets in order to promote public policies based upon the principles of freedom to choose, personal responsibility, competitive markets, limited and effective government, and the rule of law.

Major programs for this organization include: Infrastructure for All; Taxation Observatory; Informed-Consumption Observatory

IN THE NEWS

THE PERUVIAN TAXPAYER’S HERO

Contribuyentes por Respeto (CpR) is the taxpayer’s hero in Peru. Peruvian citizens are not receiving the benefits they expect, given how much they pay in taxes, so CpR is on a mission to defend the taxpayers in their side of the social bargain. For this mission, CpR leads four programs: Voices for Health, Infrastructure for All...

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TEACHING IDEAS OF LIBERTY IN PERU WITH MODERN POLITICAL SATIRE

Taxpayers hope to receive quality public services in return for the wealth that the state expropriates from them, but the public policies through which government distributes these services often restrains growth and diminishes economic opportunity. Peruvian Atlas Network partner Contribuyentes por Respeto aims to promote public...

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ATLAS NETWORK PARTNERS SELECTED FOR LEVERAGING INDICES GRANT

To achieve tangible, real-world impact in the think tank world, measuring the outcomes and results of our work is a key ingredient of the equation. In order advance this goal, Atlas Network has proposed using reputable international rankings or indices and then objectively assessing the results of think tanks’ work as they try t...

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PERU CELEBRATES ITS 193RD INDEPENDENCE DAY

One-hundred and ninety-three years ago today in the city of Huacho, Peru declared its independence from the Spanish Empire with José de San Martín’s declaration: “let us be free, the rest matters not.” Today, that dream lives on as Peru continues to be a model market in Latin America, achieving monumental growth and prosperity.

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