Conference “Spotlighting the Shadow Economy: Reasons, Solutions and Results in Lithuania and Neighboring Countries” on 3 September 2019, Vilnius
The report Reducing Shadow Economies: From Drivers To Policies was presented at a policy conference “Spotlighting the Shadow Economy: Reasons, Solutions and Results in Lithuania and Neighboring Countries” which the Lithuanian Free Market Institute held in Vilnius on September 3rd. The conference featured Lithuanian Minister of Finance Vilius Šapoka, Dr. Friedrich Schneider of Johannes Kepler University, Vice President of LFMI Vytautas Žukauskas and representatives of the Swedish TIMBRO, the Polish Civil Development Forum, the State Tax Inspectorate, the Small and Medium Business Council, the Bank of Lithuania, and the Investors’ Forum.
Panel discussion “Shadow Economy: Are the Stop Signs In Place?” on 10 September 2019, Brussels
The report was also presented during two launch events in Brussels. On September 10th, the Lithuanian Free Market Institute in cooperation with the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom hosted a panel discussion “Shadow Economy: Are the Stop Signs In Place?”.
Panel discussion “Overregulation and the Shadow Economy” on 11 September 2019, Brussels
Another panel discussion “Overregulation and the Shadow Economy” hosted by the Lithuanian Free Market Institute took place during the Epicenter Network‘s Nanny State Index Conference 2019 on September 11th.
The research “Reducing Shadow Economies From Drivers To Policies” can be found here.