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Are there the first signs of banks‘ restructuring? Will Netherlands lose its AAA rating? Spain won a battle, but the war is not over yet. Sarko once again wants to reach for the treasure buried in ECB, Argentina is nationalizing, Italians are burning paintings, and ECB officials are afraid of inflation. Following Germany, also Ireland will determine the constitutionality of the „fiscal pact“ and the new European Stabilization Mechanism. They were challenged by the Irish MP…

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Liberalni Institute invites all interested to read Institute’s publications: Name of the book (Czech) Name of the book (English) Author(s)  Link Bohatství národů The Wealth of Nations Adam Smith Byrokracie Bureaucracy Ludwig von Mises link Cena státu Price of the State Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs, Czech Republic Co je a co není vidět That Which is Seen, and That Which is Not Seen Frederic Bastiat link Demokracie, anarchie a omyly ekonomie Democracy, anarchy…

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In March the Lithuanian Parliament started debating amendments to the Law on Science and Studies, drafted in response to the Constitutional Court’s ruling, which stated that student’s studies in private higher education establishments can be funded (via the voucher system) only when state higher schools are unable to prepare the required specialists for objective reasons. The enactment of such amendments would restrict the graduates’ right to choose the desired university and education in Lithuania. On…

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The Institute for Market Economics (IME) presented its view on the performance of the economy, putting the focus on the labor market and the job creation in a time of crisis. The latest data from Eurostat shows that more and more European countries are again in a recession and that Bulgarian growth is weakening in the end of 2011. It seems that Bulgaria is also heading towards a recession in 2012. The labor market is…

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INESS (Institute of Economic and Social Studies) invites all interested to read Intitute”s publications:   INESS, Analysis of the Social System in Slovakia, 2006 http://www.iness.sk/stranka/329 INESS, Proposals for Solving the Major Drawbacks of the Slovak Social System, 2007 http://www.iness.sk/stranka/330 INESS, Healthy Profit, 2007 (Book) http://www.iness.sk/stranka/1256-Healthy-Profit.html Juraj Karpiš, Slovak Health Care Reform – Is the Dream Over?, 2007 http://www.iness.sk/stranka/332-Slovak-Health-Care-Reform–Is-the-Dream-Over.html Radovan Ďurana, Tax System Slovakia, 2008 p. 120 http://www.irefeurope.org/en/content/yearbook-taxation-2009   http://www.iness.sk/stranka/2831-Tax-System-Slovakia-2008.html Radovan Ďurana, Can Slovakia affort an increase…

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Republikon Institute invites all interested to read Institute”s publications available in English: “From Two Thirds to Four Fifths: Increasing Fidesz-dominance in Hungarian Public Television” available here: http://www.republikon.hu/upload/4000183/Ri_azeste_english.pdf “ROYAL TELEVISION? Government dominance and the disappearance of opposition views in the Hungarian Public Television (MTV)” available here: http://www.republikon.hu/upload/4000183/media_hungary_0910.pdf

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INESS together with Conservative Institute of M.R. Stefanik, European Coalition for Economic Growth Austrian Economics Center, Friedrich August von Hayek Institut in cooperation with Entrepreneurs association of Slovakia, TRIM BROKER, Food Chamber of Slovakia, SPIN Foundation, CEBSI, F. A. Hayek Foundation invite to a conference Free Market Road Show- Europe on the way to slavery?   WHEN: April 27, from 8 a.m. to 2.30 p.m   WHERE: in hotel Crowne Plaza (sála LONDON) Hodžovo nám….

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Institute for Market Economics Cordially invites you to a press conference Jobs During Crisis: A Flexible Approach To Labor Market Regulations     The Institute for Market Economics (IME) will present its view on the performance of the economy, putting the focus on the labor market and the job creation in a time of crisis. The following questions will be discussed: Are Bulgaria and the EU facing a new recession? How is employment developing in…

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Will a knight from the executive board of ECB buy problematic bonds for his private portfolio as well? Are the „fiscal pact“ and ESM unconstitutional? Do you know that through the European funds you are also contributing for the early retirement of the boss of the company which was bought by Facebook for a billion dollars. It seems that the period of peace brought about by the massive intervention of ECB is coming to an end. The…

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On March 2, EU-25 leaders signed the Treaty on Stability, Coordination and Governance in the Economic and Monetary Union, commonly called the Fiscal Compact. The Treaty was not signed by the Czech Republic and Great Britain. Lithuania joined the treaty, but it still needs to be ratified by the Lithuanian Parliament (Seimas). Not being a member of the eurozone, Lithuania would be able to choose, which particular provisions of the treaty to commit to. However,…