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We would like to take this opportunity to welcome you to the homepage of the Berlin Manhattan Institute.  For those of you who have been loyal supporters of The Institute for Free Enterprise, we hope you will continue to support us as we make this transition.  You can find information about the new institute in the about section, and hope you will sign up to our newsletter if you haven't already.........

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4th International Conference on Climate and Energy, Munich November 25-26

Environment

While the UN is getting ready for the next climate meeting in Durban, we invite to our 4th International Conference on Climate and...

3rd International Climate Conference - Online registration available

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For the upcoming 3rd International Conference on Climate and Energy in Berlin, 3-4 December 2010, online registration is available....

3rd Bonn Climate Talks - in Search for Kyoto II

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  Since the unsuccessful UN Climate summit in Copenhagen, the German government scheduled three UN „climate talks...

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Sunday 27th February 2011 von Karthik Reddy

Global Issues

Is Postponing Fiscal Austerity an Option?

The recent financial crisis has brought upon a variety of policy responses from governments, many of which, like the United States and...

Sunday 30th January 2011 von Karthik Reddy

Global Issues

American Felon Underscores Need for Education Reform

Kelley Williams-Bolar, an American mother of two from Akron, Ohio, now enjoys the distinction of having a felony conviction for want...

Thursday 6th January 2011 von Karthik Reddy

European Union Policy

2011 Regulation to Bring More Risk, Financial Emigration

The fireworks that welcomed 2011 unfortunately heralded the birth of a year that is to be marked by the implementation of more...

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A De-Escalation of Folly

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Paul Collier is a respected economist, Professor at the University of Oxford, and former director of the Development Research Group...