ELF Papers provide timely, evidence-based, and policy-relevant research outputs that enrich our understanding of the social and economic conditions in Europe and contribute to the development of comprehensive liberal solutions to real-life problems.
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In Ukraine, Adrift
Year: 2021 Editors: Paul Frigyes In Ukraine, Adrift: Oligarchs, Activists and a Dropped Dog-End by Paul Frigyes was originally published in 2020 in Stockholm. The English translation is meant to make this book accessible to the broader readership. While the author delves into the depth and paradoxes of Ukraine’s history and society, the relevance of this reading goes beyond discovering […]
Member: Swedish International Liberal Centre (SILC),
Global warming. Climate change. Air, water, and soil pollution. Deforestation. Collective health. Animal and wildlife endangerment. And the list could go on. We refer to all those problems generally associated to the perceived global threats associated with the environment, and the need that the governments and the policy makers throughout the world adopt environmentally-friendly policies. Within the EU framework, the […]
Year: 2021 Editors: Gian Marco Bovenzi, Fondazione Luigi Einaudi ISBN: 978-2-39067-016-2 This book aims to contribute to the theoretical and empirical contributions about the role of decentralisation under uncommon uncertainty developing, exploring and suggesting new arguments in the classical liberal perspective and comparing experiences of different models of government in Europe (e.g., Austria, France, Italy, Poland). From the reading of […]
Year: 2021 Editors: Federico Sampalmieri and Gian Marco Bovenzi, Fondazione Luigi Einaudi ISBN: 978-2-39067-017-9 “Money, it’s a crime. Share it fairly but don’t take a slice of my pie”, wrote Pink Floyd in their masterpiece The Dark Side of the Moon’s song Money.Syllogistically speaking, money does not always represent corruption and, likewise, corruption is not necessarily practised through the (mis)use […]