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Bridging the gap between young start-ups and investors.
In order to give young entrepreneurs the opportunity to start their own business, the LVMI Europe wants to collect the necessary money to make it
On October 10, we will commemorate the passing of one of the most influential economists of the twentieth century: Ludwig von Mises. Associated with the Austrian School of economy, Mises has had a lasting impact on critical thinking and classical liberalism, but today,
A conference will be held on: “For a risk-ready Europe: Bridging the gap between start ups and investors” organized by LVMI Europe and the BVMW
Speakers will be among others:
Opening words: Mario Ohoven;
Speakers: Stefano Ermacora, Dr. Bernard Meyer;
Moderation: Steven Beekman.
Perhaps the first great lesson of economics, as emphasized by Henry Hazlitt, is that there is no free lunch. The second, courtesy of Frederic Bastiat, is that if it sometimes appears that there is one, it means that
In this article the history of the idea of having a private-property anarchist society and the theory of how it might work will been analyzed. In such a society, the security system would be wholly provided by the free market, thus making all the
Die Schweizerische Vereinigung für Zukunftsforschung, hat in November 2014 zum sechsten Mal seit 2009 eine breite Internetumfrage zu Zukunftshoffnungen durchgeführt. Dabei zeigte sich, dass die Hoffnung auf Harmonie im eigenen Privatleben zulegte und mittlerweile nach der Hoffnung
by Thibault Schrepel, LL.M.
In the late 16th century, Queen Elizabeth I of England commissioned Francis Drake to sail for America. The Queen asked him to plunder Spanish vessels on its way there. Francis Drake became a pirate commissioned by the crown. This type
The Ludwig von Miss Institute – Europe is pleased to be welcoming you to our upcoming Mises Circle with Robert Cutler, Senior Research Fellow, Institute of European, Russian & Eurasian Studies, Carleton University, Canada on the topic of energy security in Central-Asia and Caucasus.
At first sight the women quotas do not look like a complicated problem. Should women have a quota or not? But in fact it is a more complicated problem. A first reaction can be: a person, who is adding value does not need that kind of