Centar za javne politike i ekonomske analize u medijima

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Javna poduzeća su ukruhnička omča gospodarstvu

Naplata potraživanja predstavlja velik pothvat za poduzeća

Ukinimo pristojbe biljege izložimo u filatelističke muzeje 

Knjiga “Moralnost kapitalizma”

Od totalitarnog nasljeđa u Hrvatskoj je stvoren ortački sustav

 

Poduzetnička inicijativa i ekonomske slobode

Reforma javne uprave – 1. dio, 2. dio, 3. dio

Birokracija guši ekonomiju

Poduzetnički apsurdistan

Stop teroru birokracije

Ukinite predujam poreza na dobit, zašto bi poduzetnici beskamatno kreditirali državu?

Ukinite predujam poreza na dobit, šteti poduzetnicima

Flat tax reforms in Estonia and Slovakia as perspectives for Croatian tax reform

Država vojsku može outsourcati, obvezni vojni rok nema smisla

Croatia Could Take Outsourcing Lessons for America and Britain

Hrvatska treba kurikularnu reformu ali i slobodu izbora obrazovnih usluga

Financiranje školovanja vaučerima

Hrvatska 81. po ekonomskoj slobodi

Hrvatskoj trebaju liberalne reforme: Regulacije najviše sprječavaju konkurentnost

Hrvatska se nalazi na 70. mjestu u svijetu glede ekonomske slobode

Koliko imamo neoliberalnog kapitalizma: Hrvatska se nalazi na 70. mjestu u svijetu po ekonomskoj slobodi

Neoliberalne reforme i razlozi švedskog prosperiteta

The 3-60 Rule is Not Enough to Restore EU Fiscal Stability

Analiza: Evo što stranke nude za rasterećenje gospodarstva

Flat Tax Reforms in Estonia and Slovakia as Perspective for Croatian Tax Reform

Zašto Njemačka i Austrija imaju nisku nezaposlenost mladih?

Zašto Britanija može spasiti i reformirati EU?

Nasljeđe osobne slobode, odgovornosti i radne etike

I za ovo je kriv neoliberalizam

Događanja

Free Market Road Show u 2015 Zagrebu

Debata: Uloga države u gospodarstvu

Centar za javne politike i ekonomske analize

Daniel Hinšt

Daniel Hinšt

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Daniel Hinšt is the president of Centre for Public Policy and Economic Analysis (CEA) since 2010, responsible for comparative public policy analysis, digital marketing and international relations. Daniel is regularly writing policy articles for Ekonomski Lab, while previously was writing for business portal Banka.hr.

Daniel Hinšt is working on services market liberalisation and regulatory reform as a Head of Croatian EU Internal Market Centre within the Ministry of Economy, Entrepreneurship and Crafts. Key objective is to provide easier and cheaper services market access by initiating red tape cuts by at least 30% by end 2018. Daniel Hinšt finished Advanced Master of European Studies with master thesis focus on Danish Flexicurity Model. Daniel Hinšt graduated Political Science, with the focus in New public management, economic policy analysis, statistics, international relations and geopolitics, national security and intelligence services, European economic integration, Protestantism and capitalism. Daniel Hinšt is also certified digital marketing specialist.

Petar Vušković

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Petar Vušković works as quality manager on implementation and internal audits of ISO standards. Petar Vušković has also experience in information security management, project management, process improvement and business analysis. Petar Vušković organizes training for internal quality auditors. Petar Vušković is financial economist with master in quality management and PhD soon. Peter’s research topics are quality standards in public management and macroeconomic analysis. Petar was one of participants of CEA’s Texas adventure.

 Filip Galić

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Filip Galić is a lawyer and is currently an attorney-at-law in a law firm. Filip Galić is the editor and translator, along with Daniel Hinšt, of Croatian version of Atlas books “After the Welfare State“ and “Morality of Capitalism”. Filip is a project leader of “Entrepreneurial Initiative“. Filip Galić analyses legal perspectives of free market and the compliance of judicial system with the rule of law and free market principles. Filip Galić worked on “Political Compass” project and has analysed political programmes of major political options for 2016 elections.

Milan Deskar Škrbić

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Milan Deskar-Škrbić finished master’s degree in 2012 at the Faculty of Economics and Business Zagreb where he also enrolled a PhD program in Economics in 2014. Milan Deskar-Škrbić started his career as an analytical and research assistant in Arhivanalitika Business Advisory Ltd where he participated on various projects for Croatian Banking Association and Croatian Employers Association. In 2013 Milan started working as a macroeconomic and fixed income analyst for SEE countries in Erste&Steiermarkische Bank Croatia. In the meanwhile he also worked as a lecturer at Faculty of Economics and Business Zagreb at the Department of finance and Department of Macroeconomics and Economic Development. Milan Deskar-Škrbić is an author of dozen of scientific and professional papers in macroeconomics, economic policy and public finance (available at Google Scholar) and he has a ex-blog Homo Economicus on the ex-financial portal banka.hr. Milan is an editor of CEA’s new book on free market reforms (currently in design).

Domagoj Belak

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Domagoj Belak is European Students for Liberty local coordinator. Domagoj Belak is also a project leader of “Liberty Publishing” working as translator of Atlas books “After the Welfare State“ and “Morality of Capitalism”.

Marijana Babić

Marijana Babić

Marijana Babić is an owner of a boutique Law firm in Zagreb. She has been working for one of the leading Law firms for more then six years in Zagreb before founding her own Law firm. As an Attorney-atLaw in a Law Firm, she has participated in or was a team leader of many projects the Firm was working on. She is fluent in English, German and has good understanding of Italian and Spanish. She has graduated from the Law School in Zagreb in 2006 as Master of Law (joint LL.B./LL.M. Program) and has later also finished Masters in Hamburg and Vallendar at the respectful German Universities (in September 2013) where she graduated as Master of Law and Business. She has also gained valuable legal experience while working in an international Law firm in Hamburg. Her firm is oriented on providing legal advising in the area of, but not limited to Corporate Law, Finance Law and Tax Law.

Ivor Altaras Penda

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Education: PhD Sociology and Philosophy, EMBA, Political Science, Diplomacy, Financial Analysis

Branimir Barišić

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Branimir Barišić graduated on the Faculty of Political Science in Zagreb in 2010. As a student Branimir implemented educational and activist projects in areas of special care from the government. Branimir Barišić has 6 years of experience in public relations and project management, working both in corporate sector and as a consultant. Currently Branimir Barišić is enrolled in a specialized master programme in public relations at the Faculty of Political Science in Zagreb. Branimir’s areas of interest are sustainability and communication.

Matija Magerl

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Matija Magerl is responsible for liberty education and library. Matija’s key research areas include constitutionalism, rule of law and Protestant Christian libertarianism.

Krunoslav Šarić

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Krunoslav Šarić is one of the founders and President of LIPA – Croatian taxpayers Association. Krunoslav is also the author of economics blog “Monopolizam” and guest columnist in several major Croatian newspapers, Econ and political weekly news magazines. Krunoslav is promoting the idea of economic freedom and entrepreneurship, changing the current perception of the necessity of massive state apparatus and explaining the usefulness and benefits of low tax economy. Krunoslav’s research interests include the negative effects of public policies, especially on taxpayers. Krunoslav is economist with extensive experience in credit risk management and prevention of fraud in the telco market.

Ante Majić

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Ante Majić graduated at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture in Split, in the field of electrical engineering. Ante finished master’s degree in 2012 at the Faculty of Economics in Split where he was awarded as faculty’s best student. Ante’s specialty is finance. Ante started his career in company Ericsson, where he spent 10 years in Commercial Management department. Currently, he works for Croatian Telekom as Senior Corporate Account Manager. Ante is engaged as bankruptcy manager, in several bankruptcy procedures. In 2010, Ante completed „Public Leadership and Management“ course at the Bulgarian School of Politics (part of New Bulgarian University) and he successfully completed Account Manager education at the business school Filaks in Zagreb. During 2011-2015, he was member of the supervisory board of the most popular Croatian football club – Hajduk Split. Ante was the author and editor of a popular blog “Politiconomics”, published by Večernji list“ daily newspaper.

Ivan Bertović

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Ivan Bertović is a Law student, entrepreneur and regional coordinator of European Students For Liberty.