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Think Tank School for Scandinavia will take place on November 23-24, 2012 in Tallinn, Estonia

24-10-2012 Economic policy

We invite members of new think tanks (up to 5 years in operation), new employees of developed think tanks, individuals who are active, motivated and dedicated to the ideas of liberty. If you fit this description and wish to participate in this seminar, please send us the application form (see attached) by November 1, 2012 to academy@freema.org.
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The new nuclear power plant: some questions still remain

17-07-2012 Energy

When discussing the new nuclear power plant, it is not enough just to forecast the cost of energy produced at the power plant itself. The latter is a difficult task, though. Actually, what we have is an equation with two unknowns: the price of energy produced by the power plant and the market price of energy. Even though the current circumstances might look favourable for the operation of the new power plant, it does not imply that the situation will stay the same in 10 or 20 years. Those who blindly trust forecasts should have a look at what the projected petroleum prices were 20 years ago.
 
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Think Tank School for Scandinavia will take place on November 23-24, 2012 in Tallinn, Estonia

24-10-2012 Economic policy

We invite members of new think tanks (up to 5 years in operation), new employees of developed think tanks, individuals who are active, motivated and dedicated to the ideas of liberty. If you fit this description and wish to participate in this seminar, please send us the application form (see attached) by November 1, 2012 to academy@freema.org.
 »»

The new nuclear power plant: some questions still remain

17-07-2012 Energy

When discussing the new nuclear power plant, it is not enough just to forecast the cost of energy produced at the power plant itself. The latter is a difficult task, though. Actually, what we have is an equation with two unknowns: the price of energy produced by the power plant and the market price of energy. Even though the current circumstances might look favourable for the operation of the new power plant, it does not imply that the situation will stay the same in 10 or 20 years. Those who blindly trust forecasts should have a look at what the projected petroleum prices were 20 years ago.
 
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