Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom and Liberální institut cordially invite you to the presentation of the new issue of 4Liberty.eu Review and the public discussion:
(Not So) Smart Regulation
Date & Time : 13 May 2019, 17:00-19:00
Venue: CEVRO Institute, Jungmannova 28/17, 110 000 Nové Město, Prague
Nobody seriously doubts that rules are necessary in order to make human relations peaceful and effective. They also can make spontaneous and free economic processes more friction-free and reduce transaction costs. But rules have to serve the people, not the regulators. How much must be regulated and how? Regulations may limit freedom unnecessarily. Regulations may thwart creativity and productivity. Has the knowledge about the qualitative, freedom-enabling dimension of regulation been lost in recent years? Have we become over-regulated and badly regulated?
In our panel discussion we will look at the ways how all levels of government – from local to EU – can minimise the burden of regulation and how to find a way to smarter and efficiency-enhancing rules.
17:25 Welcoming remarks by Dr. Detmar Doering, Head of Project Central Europe and the Baltic States at the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom
17:30 – 19:00 Public discussion (followed by Q&A)
- Radovan Ďurana, Co-Founder and Analyst at INESS (Slovakia)
- Aneta Vainė, Vice President of the Lithuanian Free Market Institute (Lithuania)
- Martin Pánek, Director of the Liberální institut (Czech Republic)
- Marcin Zieliński, Economist at the Civil Development Forum (Poland)
- Petr Kleisner, Department of Business Environment and Entrepreneurship, Ministry of Industry and Trade (Czech Republic)
Moderator: Dominik Stroukal
Join us for a glass of wine after the event and get a free copy of the 4Liberty.eu Review!
Kindly register at firstname.lastname@example.org by May 10, 2019
This event will be held in English without the provision of interpreting services.