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“Values, what values?” @ UDG, Podgorica

<p>On May 7, 2018, the Free Market Road Show was be held at the University of Donja Gorica in Podgorica.</p> <p>Topic of this year&rsquo;s FMRS is &ldquo;Values, what values?&rdquo;.</p> <p>This year, the conference in Podgorica gathered around 350 participants, among which many young people and students who have shown interest to hear free market thinkers, experts, scientists on liberal economic thought and local hot topics covered within two panels.</p>
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Center for Entrepreneurship and Economic Development

http://visit-ceed.org.me/

The Centre for Entrepreneurship and Economic Development (CEED), is the first economic think-tank established in Montenegro to support entrepreneurship and economic development. The mission of the CEED is—through its programs, projects, and advocacy activities - to promote and practically implement in Montenegro the ideas of a free market, entrepreneurship, and private ownership in an open, socially responsible and democratic society with the rule of law. Since its establishment more then 15 years ago, CEED participated in implementation of important programs and projects which resulted in improvement of business environment in Montenegro and policy development based on objective and reliable analyses.

 

Institute for Strategic Studies and Prognosis

http://issp.me/

The Institute for Strategic Studies and Prognosis (ISSP) is the leading independent economic think tank in Montenegro, serving as:

 ·     An institution to set the agenda for advocating reform;

·      A vehicle to communicate economic change through data, analysis and publications; and

·      A training ground for a cadre of young economists, analysts, lawyers and other experts to

understand the elements and analytical requirements for economic transformation.

 The Institute focuses on key policy issues including currency, banking, fiscal, social, capital market and pension reform. ISSP’s research, policy papers and other analytical information provide a forum for debate and allow the business community and the government to make projections based on unbiased, well-researched data. ISSP surveys and national and regional seminars have spurred decision makers to address and define priorities. The organization is recognized as a valuable contributor to economic policy reform activities, both as a source of information and analysis and as a catalyst for advocacy. ISSP strategic vision of Montenegro is based on economic freedom, private property, openness of economy, institutions of market economy, DM and EURO as only legal tender, as well as development of Montenegro as micro state.