Svoboda jednotlivce, volný trh, malý stát a mír
Liberální institut

Je nám potěšením pozvat Vás na panelovou debatu o roli státních podniků v ekonomice. Akce probíhá v angličtině.


Dear Sir or Madam,

on behalf of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation I would like to kindly invite you to apply for participation at introduction of our newest publication on state owned enterpriseseSOS SOEs! connected to public debate:

Role of state owned enterprises in central European Markets

In a perfect world, the state would not find it necessary to interfere in market activities nor have a mandate to do so. However, since we are far from an ideal situation, we must make do with what we have. And what we still have in Eastern Europe are state-own enterprises. The aim of this debate is to give an overview of the existing practices employed by governments in SOEs and find possible solutions to make their operation less inconvenient for businesses.

Public debate will take place on 29th November from 17:30 to 19:00 in the Eurostars Thalia Hotel (Národní 13, Prague 1).

Key note speaker: Barbora MICKOVA, LEO Express (CZ)  on how a private company can penetrate state controlled market


Eszter NOVA, journalist (HU) on how to use SOE to increase your political power

Steffen HENTRICH, senior analyst in Liberal Institute (DE) on German energetic transition to green energy

Aleksander LASZEK, chief economist in FOR (PL) on the end of privatization under ultra-conservative government

Kryštof KRULIŠ, founder of Consumer Forum (CZ) on liberalization of Czech railway market

Debate will be moderated by Jan Klesla, political commentator from Lidové Noviny.

Working language of the debate is English, interpretation is not provided. Please let us know of your interest by responding to this email. We are looking forward to hearing from you.

Best regards,

Detmar Doering


O Autorovi


Liberální institut je nejstarší český liberální think-tank. Naším cílem je propagace myšlenek svobody jednotlivce, volného trhu, minimální vlády a míru.

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