LFMI Holds a Colloquium on Cultural and Moral Consequences of Government Regulation In Germany

On 29th April LFMI hosted the colloquium on cultural and moral consequences of covernment regulation in Postdam, Germany. It consisted of four topic-specific sessions, on monetary policy, entitlement policy, labour market policy, and the nanny state.

Together with the discussion leaders, including dr. Stephen Davies of the Institute of Eocnomic Affairs, dr. Philipp Bagus of the Rey Juan Carlos University and dr. Detmar Doering of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation, European think tank leaders and analysts discussed the assumptions behind government policies about particular concerns and tensions that are designed to address and explore their cultural, moral and behavioral implications for man and society.