PAVEL: moj referenčni okvir, moje refleksije, moje življenje

Omizja in predavanja o Free Market Slovenia 2014

Objavil pavel, dne 14.04.2014


2014 – april -22. v organizaciji SVETILNIKA


14:00-14:15 WELCOME

Mag. Tanja Štumberger Porčnik, President, Svetilnik, Slovenia
H. E. Dr. Clemens Koja, Ambassador of the Republic of Austria to Slovenia

14:15-15:30 PANEL 1: Centralization vs. Deregulation: Is more or less Brussels the key to prosperity?

Should the EU central institutions be granted further regulatory authority ostensibly to expand and flatten regulation? Many argue that greater political integration – including a single EU authority in Brussels – is a step forward for the EU. Others argue for the principle of subsidiarity, ensuring that decisions are taken as closely as possible to the citizen affected by the regulation.
Chair:       , Adjunct Fellow, Svetilnik, Slovenia
Key note: , Former Minister of Finance, Slovenia
Podium:   , Professor, University Paul Cezanne Aix-Marseille, France
, Fellow, Institute of Chartered Accountants, England
, Consultant, Cobden Partners, UK

16:00-17:15 PANEL 2: Exodus vs. Incentives: How can the EU keep the most talented and enterprising?

Europe is witnessing an exodus of its brightest and most gifted. Is brain drain a consequence of an interconnected world or has Europe failed to create an environment attractive to the best among us? Can education in entrepreneurship reverse the trend? Would enhanced protection of property rights reinforce innovation and the creation of new enterprises? Could enhancing a business-friendly environment lead to greater opportunity, especially among the youth?
Chair:        Karl-Peter Schwarz, Journalist, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Germany
Key note: HSH Prince Michael of Liechtenstein, Founder, Geopolitical Information Service AG
Podium: Dr. Žiga Turk, Former Minister of Education, Science, Culture and Sport, Slovenia
Mag. Tanja Štumberger Porčnik, President, Svetilnik, Slovenia

17:45-19:00 PANEL 3: Extremism vs. Rationality: What direction will the EU take?

With political extremism on the rise all over Europe, are demagogues and agitators going to be the big winners in the upcoming EU elections? Has multiculturalism failed? How can the EU return to its roots of a single market without appealing to xenophobia? What kind of immigration policy should the EU strive for?
Chair:        Jure Tepina, Journalist, Kanal A, Slovenia
Key note:  Dr. Erich Weede, Professor, University of Bonn, Germany
Podium:    Dr. Damir Črnčec, Professor, Graduate School of Government and European Studies, Slovenia
Mag. Anže Logar, Ljubljana City Councillor, Slovenia

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