A Time for Change in Europe.
March 11

A Time for Change in Europe.



The Free Market Road Show is a series of conferences and panel discussions that tours all over Europe. More than 400 experts participate, presenting aspects of key economic questions in 45 cities (2016), involving the audience into a vital discussion of economic and public policy questions. This year's topics include EU Tax Harmonization, Tax Havens, or sharing economy.More about 2016 Tour

Speakers

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Dan Mitchell

Cato Institute

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James Sproule

Institute of Directors

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Robert Murphy

Texas Tech University

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Juraj Karpiš

INESS

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Pieter Cleppe

Open Europe, Brussels

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Vladimír Bilčík

SFPA

Richard Zundritsch
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Richard Zundritsch

Austrian Economics Center

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Róbert Chovanculiak

INESS, EF UMB

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Miroslav Kiraľvarga

National Employers' Union

Join the discussion

The 2016 Free Market Road Show will present two main panels focusing on:

1. Death and Taxes

EU Tax Harmonization, Base Erosion and Profit Shifting, and Tax Havens under Siege (chair: Lukáš Krivošík, .týždeň weekly).


2. Europe in Times of Change

Jobs, entrepreneurship, sharing economy, and the European Demos (chair: Ján Záborský, TREND weekly).

The conference working languages are Slovak and English, simultaneous interpreting will be available the whole time.

Free entry.

Organized by

Institute of Economic and Social Studies is a non-governmental and apolitical independent think tank in Bratislava, Slovakia. INESS monitors the functioning and financing of the public sector, evaluates the effects of legislative changes on the economy and society, conducts in-depth analyses and drafts reform proposals, and comments on current economic and social issues. It is the most frequently quoted Slovak economic think tank in broadcast and print media.

The Austrian Economics Center (AEC) is a politically independent research institute committed to disseminating the ideas of the Austrian School of Economics. The AEC considers public policies, identifies economic alternatives, and attempts to realize them based on rigorous analysis and academic research. The AEC’s basic goal is the promotion of a free, responsible and prosperous society. To achieve this goal, it considers economic and socio-political questions, prepares studies, and recommends solutions.

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