Free Market Road Show in Budapest
Videos of the Free Market Road Show conference in Budapest, on 10 March 2016.
On March 10th the Danube Institute co-hosted the Free Market Road Show, a remarkable intellectual caravan presently winding its way through 45 capitals in Europe and the Caucasus – from Scandinavia to Turkey, from Spain to Ukraine.
It was the second occasion on which the Road Show has visited Budapest.
Started in 2008 by Barbara Kolm, the director of the Austrian Economics Center, the Free Market Road Show brings together economists, opinion formers and politicians as well as prominent business leaders every year to discuss current economic problems and possible solutions at a variety of European venues. The main subjects of the Budapest event were wealth and jobs creation in Europe, the EU crisis, and tax harmonisation.
Free Market Road Show: The World after Brexit and Trump
Date: 27/04/2017 3:00 p.m.
Location: Fővám tér 8, Budapest, 1093
We now live in an era where the unthinkable happens, repeatedly. A conference on our times and the future of free market.
The Middle East, America and Europe in the Trump Era
Date: 13/04/2017 5:00 p.m.
Location: Danube Institute, Eötvös u. 24, Budapest, 1067
On April 13, 2017, the Danube Institute will present Tom Gross, noted Middle East commentator.
Europe vs ElectionsPast Events
Will the Dutch, French and German Elections Change Europe’s Future?
What is democracy?Past Events
A Danube Institute conference with international speakers debating on democracy.
Political speeches: democracy in the era of fake newsFuture events
Former British Ambassador Charles Crawford, CMG on the challenge of political speeches in a new era.
From the democracy's demon to Putin's Russia: a book signing event
Date: 23/02/2017 5:18 p.m.
Location: Bestsellers, Oktober 6. utca 11, 1051 Budapest
The Demon in Democracy (by Professor Ryszard Legutko) and The Less You Know, the Better You Sleep (by David Satter). Book signing event on February 23.
Communism’s Poisoned LegacyPast Events
A conference on the impact of communism on culture, law, and society.
MAPH-1067 Budapest, Eötvös u. 24.
Phone: +36 1 269 1041
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