At the beginning of his speech, CEPOS President attacked the popular myth of Denmark being rich thanks to the welfare state. As he demonstrated on number of charts, Denmark was first rich, and only then could afford the welfare state.
My, 14 signatárskych think tankov a organizácií zo 8 členských krajín EÚ združených v sieti 4liberty.eu, apelujeme na Európsku komisiu, Európsky parlament a národné parlamenty, aby sa rozhodovali na základe záverov poctivého ekonomického výskumu a aby prijali TTIP a jej súčasti, vrátane ISDS.
On March 5-8, 2015, university students from Slovakia and the Czech Republic gathered for the sixth annual Seminar on Austrian Economics organized by INESS, where they had an opportunity to attend quality lectures delivered by foreign and Slovak lecturers.
Competitiveness of Europe is lagging, pension systems keep ignoring the demographic trend, relative price of energy for industrial consumers is growing, there are popular jokes about labor markets in France or Italy, starting a business and tax compliance is still extremely demanding tasks in many of the member countries.
I want much more freedom for my country than is allowed by continued British membership of the European Union. For that reason, if I were to come to power tomorrow in London, one of my first acts would be to repeal the European Communities Act 1972, and all subsequent amendments.
INESS, Students for Liberty CZ and The Language of Liberty Institute have an honour to invite you to The 2014 Liberty Camp. The purpose of the project is to explore liberty from various perspectives – economics, philosophy, history and law – while practicing English.
Roma people are often referred to as the abusers of social system who create a significant burden on public finance. As a consequence, limiting social benefits to Roma is often proposed by many as a solution for public deficits.
September 19th – 22nd was a time when a group of 25 students eager to broaden their knowledge of Austrian Economics met at Chateau Mojmírovce.
Economic think tank INESS – Institute of Economic and Social Studies – based in Bratislava, Slovakia, has started accepting donations also in digital currency, Bitcoin, as one of the first European think tanks.
The conclusion is that if we stopped providing the benefits for the richer part of the society and only the poorer families were entitled to them, public expenditures could decrease by EUR 270 million a year.