Was sind „bubbles“ oder „Spekulative Blasen“?

Bubbles

1:  beliebtes, der EU Norm 2007/08 entsprechendes Spielzeug für Kinder ab 4 Jahren

2:  ökonomische Theorie mit der die Internalisierung externer Umweltprobleme erklärt wird

3:  Kursentwicklungen von Vermögenswerten, die ein vernünftiges Niveau überschreiten

4:  anregender medizinischer Zusatz für Schaumbäder

Was ist ein Schuldenschnitt?

Schuldenschnitt

1:  Bezeichnung für die Insolvenz eines demokratischen Staates innerhalb der EU

2:  Der Durchschnitt aller Schulden eines in finanziellen Schwierigkeiten befindlichen Staates

3:  Finanztechnischer Fachausdruck für eine sogenannte “weiche” Umschuldung

4:  Teilweiser aber dauerhafter Erlass von Schulden eines in finanziellen Schwierigkeiten befindlichen Staates

Vernon Smith Prize 2017 – Final Call for Papers

Vernon Smith Prize 2016 Call for Papers
Does Tolerance become a crime when applied to evil? Vernon Smith Prize 2017.

Final Call for Papers!

The 10th International Vernon Smith Prize for the Advancement of Austrian Economics is an essay competition sponsored and organized by ECAEF European Center of Austrian Economics Foundation, Vaduz (Principality of Liechtenstein). This years‘ topic:


Does Tolerance become a Crime when applied to Evil?


|- First Prize EUR 4,000 -|

|- Second Prize EUR 3,000 -|

|- Third Prize EUR 2,000 -|

Advanced by the ‘ends-independent’ market process, free pluralistic societies developed without a shared hierarchy of particular ends. Once we agree on the rules, we need not agree on the goals as markets enable us to disagree peacefully while we pursue our own way. However, to sustain this kind of ’means- but not ‘ends-connected’ society, we must be willing to tolerate differences with others and we have to recognize that our freedom to achieve our ends comes at the cost of allowing others the same, even if we find those ends distasteful.


Does Tolerance become a Crime when applied to Evil?


ECAEF invites papers on this topic which meet the following requirements:

1: Entries may be submitted by individuals of up to 30 years (in 2017).

2: Entries may not exceed 12 pages; 1.5 spacing; left/right margins no less then 1 inch; full bibliography and a 1/2 page summary (abstract) must be included.

3: Entries must be submitted in English in electronic form (PDF) to krl@ecaef.li and must include an abbreviated CV, featuring DoB, education, and current position.

4: Entries must be received on or before November 11, 2017.

5. It is mandatory that all prize winners participate in the award ceremony in Vaduz Prizes are not transferable and will be awarded on the basis of originality, grasp of subject, and the logical consistence of the argument.

Essays will be judged by an international jury and the winners will be invited to present their papers at a special event in Vaduz, Principality of Liechtenstein, in February, 2018. First Prize €4,000 – Second Prize €3,000 – Third Prize €2,000.

Welcher Mr. Smith ist der Austrian School of Economics zuzurechnen?

Vernon L. Smith Prize

1:  Will Smith

2:  Vernon L. Smith

3:  Thomas Smith

4:  Adam Smith

Vernon Smith Prize 2017 – Call for Papers

Vernon Smith Prize 2016 Call for Papers
Does Tolerance become a crime when applied to evil? Vernon Smith Prize 2017.

Call for Papers!

The 10th International Vernon Smith Prize for the Advancement of Austrian Economics is an essay competition sponsored and organized by ECAEF European Center of Austrian Economics Foundation, Vaduz (Principality of Liechtenstein). This years‘ topic:


Does Tolerance become a Crime when applied to Evil?


|- First Prize EUR 4,000 -|

|- Second Prize EUR 3,000 -|

|- Third Prize EUR 2,000 -|

Advanced by the ‘ends-independent’ market process, free pluralistic societies developed without a shared hierarchy of particular ends. Once we agree on the rules, we need not agree on the goals as markets enable us to disagree peacefully while we pursue our own way. However, to sustain this kind of ’means- but not ‘ends-connected’ society, we must be willing to tolerate differences with others and we have to recognize that our freedom to achieve our ends comes at the cost of allowing others the same, even if we find those ends distasteful.


Does Tolerance become a Crime when applied to Evil?


ECAEF invites papers on this topic which meet the following requirements:

1: Entries may be submitted by individuals of up to 30 years (in 2017).

2: Entries may not exceed 12 pages; 1.5 spacing; left/right margins no less then 1 inch; full bibliography and a 1/2 page summary (abstract) must be included.

3: Entries must be submitted in English in electronic form (PDF) to krl@ecaef.li and must include an abbreviated CV, featuring DoB, education, and current position.

4: Entries must be received on or before November 11, 2017.

5. It is mandatory that all prize winners participate in the award ceremony in Vaduz Prizes are not transferable and will be awarded on the basis of originality, grasp of subject, and the logical consistence of the argument.

Essays will be judged by an international jury and the winners will be invited to present their papers at a special event in Vaduz, Principality of Liechtenstein, in February, 2018. First Prize €4,000 – Second Prize €3,000 – Third Prize €2,000.

Was bedeutet eigentlich „OMT“?

OMT

1:  Open Market Tarif

2:  Oberstes Militärtribunal

3:  Offshore Money Transfer

4:  Outright Monetary Transaction

Was ist eigentlich eine „Flat Tax“?

Flat Tax

1:  Die Androhung konfiskatorischer Steuern auf hohe Einkommen und Vermögen

2:  Die von Ex-Präsident Obama im Jahr 2014 angekündigte Revision der sogenannten „ObamaCare“.

3:  Einfache, proportionale und in 42 Ländern erfolgreich verwirklichte radikale Steuerreform.

4:  Synomym für die „Energiewende“ durch den Einsatz erneuerbarer Energieträger

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