Afghanistan Economic & Legal Studies Organization
The Afghanistan Economic and Legal Studies Organization (AELSO) is an independent think-tank based in Afghanistan and registered as a non-profit and non-political non-governmental organization with the Ministry of Economy of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan on December 10, 2009 (Registration Number 1532).
The mission of AELSO is to promote the values of individual freedom and of the responsibility of civil society for the creation and sustenance of the institutions of limited government, the rule of law, and the other institutional foundations of a free society. That includes strengthening the institutions of the free-market economy, such as clear definition of, and respect, for property, and promotion of freedom of expression, toleration, human rights, and civil peace.
The Afghanistan Economic & Legal Studies Organization (AELSO) is proud to organize a major conference (Herat Youth Conference) on Human Rights, Democracy, Freedom and Prosperity, in cooperation with the White Social Organization (The White Assembly) – Balkh and other prominent national and international organizations in Balkh province. In this one day conference, youths and students28/01/2021
Afghanistan Economic and Legal Studies Organization (AELSO) is proud to present a series of discussions on the topics of democracy, peace and tolerance under the title of “Youth Symposium for Peace & Tolerance” in partnership with number of prestigious national and international organizations as well as Think Tanks in multiple cities of Afghanistan. In the19/01/2021
Afghanistan became a member of the World Trade Organization on July 29, 2016, with the aim of boosting trade and resolving trade disputes with neighboring countries, but after more than four years, it has not yet been able to solve trade disputes with neighboring countries. In order to have a better understanding of the topic11/01/2021
The Afghanistan Economic and Legal Studies Organization (AELSO) is excited to announce that new leadership team of the organization has started their works officially. We warmly welcome our new board of director members; Prof. Ken Schoolland, Prof. Sayed Mustafa Saiedy, Mrs. Baishali Bomjan, Mr. Dr. Amit Chandra, Prof. Khalilurahman Sarwary and Mohammad Khalid Ramizy as20/04/2021
Position Title: Research Associate Date Posted: April 15, 2021 Closing Date: April 25, 2021 Organization: Afghanistan Economic and Legal Studies Organization (AELSO) Number of Vacancies: 1 Job Location: Kabul Salary Range: As per organization’s salary scale Contract Duration: 1 Year (with Possibility of Extension) Required Languages: Pashto, Dari & English Education: Bachelor of Law15/04/2021
Vacancy Title: Project Coordinator Reference Number: PC/AELSO_21 Duration: 12 months (with the possibility of extension) Expires on: April 31, 2021 Salary: As per organization’s salary Gender: Male/Female Organization: AELSO Location: Kabul, Afghanistan Organization Background: The Afghanistan Economic and Legal Studies Organization (AELSO) is an independent think-tank based in Afghanistan and registered as a non-profit and14/04/2021
Wage and Price Controls in the Ancient World From the earliest times, from the very inception of organized government, rulers and their officials have attempted, with varying degrees of success, to “control” their economies. The notion that there is a “just” or “fair” price for a certain commodity, a price which can and ought to23/09/2020
Price Fixing in Ancient Rome As might be expected, the Roman Republic was not to be spared a good many ventures into control of the economy by the government. One of the most famous of the Republican statutes was the Law of the Twelve Tables (449 B.C.) which, among other things, fixed the maximum rate23/09/2020
Postwar Rent Controls The rent that a landlord charges for his accommodation is merely an instance of a price for a commodity, like all other prices for all other commodities. And like all other prices and all other commodities, rents have been a prime target for government restrictions. The postwar experience with rent control has23/09/2020