(…) there is an interaction between the labour market institutions, there is a need to introduce wide-ranging reforms whose effects will be sustainable and visible for a long period of time.
There is a strong correlation between the level of spatial development regulation and the real estate price.
INESS – the Institute of Economic and Social Studies has processed the available data about investment subsidies and published a policy paper Investment subsidies – creation of new wealth or just redistribution of the existing?
On Wednesday, 9th January 2013, the media informed about the issue affecting not only fans of the science called economics – a great thinker, James M. Buchanan, has died at the age of 93.
Truly, the European Three Kings, or rather presidents, already took over our Nobel Peace Prize. While it does not look very peaceful in the Spanish and Greek squares, peace prevails at least at some of the union political fronts.
On October 9, 2012 INESS with support of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom and the National Union of Employers organized international conference under the title Cutting Deficits, which was a continuation of INESS’ annual traditional conference devoted to public finances. Two panels with seven speakers from four European countries took place in a Park Inn Danube hotel in Bratislava. The speakers answered in various ways the main question of the conference – Is it possible…