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7. - 16. September 2010

Free Market Road Show

Values worth fighting for

"Values worth fighting for" is this year's motto and will discuss the base morals and principles of state spending. What to expect from government and how to hold them accountable will be discussed, along with possible state bankruptcies. "How does the state finance its debt?" will delve into how the government is generating all of the money they are spending. Current issues surrounding public debt will be discussed along with possible areas of reform. "Solutions to the need of financing public tasks" will cover the more basic reasons for government spending and debt financing. The panel will search for the underlying issues as well as ways to solve them.



Zu den Referenten gehören unter anderen:  


- Prof. Deirdre McCloskey, University of Illinois/Chicago  

- Prof. Dr. Victoria Curzon-Price, University of Geneva  

- Prof. Dr. Erich Weede, Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn  

- Dipl.-Kfm. Michael Jäger, Taxpayers Association of Europe  

- Dr. Dan Mitchell, CATO Institute  

- Dr. Philipp Batthyány, Universität Berlin  

- Dr. Florian Stapf, Standard and Poor's  

- Prof. Dr. Bernhard Felderer, IHS  

- Mag. Manfred Kastner, C.A.T.Oil AG  


Further informationen at www.freemarket-rs.com  


Yes, I want current messages of the Institute for Free Enterprise:


Thomas Jefferson (1743-1826)

"No man has a natural right to commit aggression on the equal rights of another, and this is all from which the laws ought to restrain him."

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