IEA launches new European policy initiative
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The IEA mark the launch of EPICENTER with a two day conference in Brussels
A free and competitive Europe is crucial for the region and all those interlinked with it to prosper. The Institute of Economic Affairs has partnered up with five of Europe’s leading free-market think tanks to form the European Policy Information Center (EPICENTER). The project aims to provide decision-makers with research and insight on a number of key economic issues.
Drawing expertise from across Europe, EPICENTER seeks to develop free-market solutions to some of the most pressing challenges faced by the EU. Think tanks also involved include, Istitut Economique Molinari (France), Instituto Bruno Leoni (Italy), the Lithuanian Free Market Institute, Civismo (Spain) and Timbro (Sweden).
Over the course of the next two days, various influential speakers will join EPICENTER to host a number of discussions, from fostering a digital sector in the EU, to promoting global trade.
If you are interested in attending the Gala Dinner, please contact [email protected] for more information. The dinner will provide a unique opportunity to discuss Europe’s future and the challenges it faces.
Notes to editors:
EPICENTER, the European Policy Information Center, is an independent network of six of the most prominent free-market think tanks in Europe. With members from France, Italy, Lithuania, Spain, Sweden and the UK, EPICENTER brings together high-quality research on a wide variety of topics in economic policy. From November 2014 we will be producing regular briefings on pressing issues in the European debate. For more information, please e-mail [email protected]
For more information on EPICENTER and its members, you can visit its website here.
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