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The Free Market Roadshow 2019 - Budapest Edition
21/03/2019
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Reinventing Freedom: Europe at a Crossroads 30 Years After the Wall Local panel: Autonomous Automobiles-Good or Bad?

Danube Institute will once again host the Free Market Road Show , in cooperation with The Austrian Economics Center (AEC), and over 100 leading think-tanks and universities across Europe and the Caucasus. International partners such as the Global Philanthropic Trust, Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom, Americans for Tax Reform, Competitive Enterprise Institute, World Taxpayers Associations, European Students for Liberty, and the F.A. v. Hayek Institut, are proud to present the 11th Annual Free Market Road Show, which tours 30 capitals during March, April and May in Europe and the Caucasus – from Scandinavia to the Balkans, from the Atlantic Ocean to the Black Sea.

Speakers include: 

Terry Anker - Chairman, The Anker Consulting Group
John Fund - Nat’l Affairs Columnist/on air analyst with Fox News Channel
Barbara Kolm - President of the Friedrich A. v. Hayek Institute in Vienna, Austria and Director of the Austrian Economics Center
Dan Mitchell - public policy economist in Washington, DC.
Richard Teather - leading British academic specialising in offshore tax jurisdictions.
 
Local Panel: 
 
Autonomous Automobiles-Good or Bad?
 
Introductory speech by 
 
Dr Róbert Pintér, Head of Consumer Research at eNET Internet Research & Consulting Ltd. and assistant professor Corvinus University of Budapest.
 
Followed by a debate featuring students by IBS University. Judges:
Eszter Petronella Soós,  senior lecturer at Milton Friedman University and
Dr. Judit Mihalik, communication expert and Ambassador of TEDx Conversations.  
 
 
TIME: April 12, 2019 10:00-12:30 (Registration starts at 9:30)
VENUE: Danube Institute, 1067 Budapest, Eötvös utca 24.

 

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The Free Market Roadshow 2019 Part2: Autonomous Automobiles-Good or Bad? VIDEO

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Dr Róbert Pintér's Introduction followed by a student debate. Judges: Eszter Petronella Soós and Dr. Judit Mihalik April 12, 2019

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The Free Market Roadshow 2019 - Budapest Edition April 12, 2019

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