Hard lessons from Venezuela: How an erosion of property rights accelerated the rot

Caracas-based Professor Sary Levy-Carciente, in this interview, explains the day-to-day struggles of life in Venezuela. She also explains how populism, centralism, patronage and diminishing property rights have led her country down a destructive path.

Caracas-based Professor Sary Levy-Carciente, in this interview, explains the day-to-day struggles of life in Venezuela. She also explains how populism, centralism, patronage and diminishing property rights have led her country down a destructive path.

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