I'm not an economist, so I don't pretend to know the ins and outs, but these fundamentals sound reasonable.
1)The market economy is the most efficient of all economic systems
2) Free trade helps economic development.
3) Good institutions help development.
4) The best measure of a good economy is its growth.
5) Creative destruction is the engine of economic growth.
6) Monetary stability, too, is necessary for growth; inflation is always harmful.
7)Unemployment among unskilled workers is largely determined by how much labor costs.
8) While the welfare state is necessary in some form, it isn’t always effective
9) The creation of complex financial markets has brought about economic progress
10) Competition is usually desirable