Institute for Liberty and Democracy ILD

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ILD states: Four billion people in developing and post-Soviet nations —two thirds of the world’s population— have been locked out of the global economy: forced to operate outside the rule of law, they have no legal identity, no credit, no capital, and thus no way to prosper. The Institute for Liberty and Democracy (ILD), based in Lima, Peru, has created a key that can open the system to everyone — a time-tested strategy for legal reform that offers the majority of the world’s people a stake in the market economy.

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About: The Institute for Liberty and Democracy (ILD) was created in Peru by Hernando de Soto and his associates to facilitate the transition of developing and former Soviet nations to an inclusive market economy and the rule of law.

Four billion people in developing and post-Soviet nations —two thirds of the world’s population— do not have the legal tools to operate in an expanded market economy. Forced to operate outside the rule of law, they have no legal identity, no fungible property, no structured legal organizations, no credit, no capital, and thus no way to prosper. The Institute for Liberty and Democracy (ILD), based in Lima, Peru, has created a key that can open the system to everyone — a time-tested strategy for legal reform that offers the majority of the world’s people a stake in the market economy.

The ILD does not only design strategies and projects. It implements them: over the past 18 years, we have created and managed legal property systems that have moved hundreds of thousands of businesses and real estate holdings from the underground economy into the economic mainstream. (See Achievements.)

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