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II. Jacques Rueff Conference

2nd Jacques Rueff Conference, Monaco
Jacques Rueff (1896-1973) 7th Minister of State of Monaco

“We shall all be the gainers if we can create a world fit for small states to live in.” Friedrich A. von Hayek


November 23, 2017

Topic:

A Case for Europe’s Small States
in the III. Millennium


The II. International Jacques Rueff Conference is an academic one-day co-operation of CEPROM (Center of Economic Research for Monaco, MC) and ECAEF (European Center of Austrian Economics Foundation, FL).

Academic Director:  Kurt R. Leube, ECAEF
Administrative Director:  Emanuel Falco, CEPROM
Media Contacts: Nicolas Saussier, CEPROM
Conference Date: November 23, 2017
Participation: by invitation only
Location: Musee Oceanographique de Monaco, Principality of Monaco
Conference Languages: English and French; simultaneous translation

Conference Venue:
Opening Dinner at the Hotel Hermitage in the presence of H.S.H. Prince Albert II. for invited guests and speakers only, Nov. 22, 2017. Dinner speaker: Detmar Doering (D)

Conference Program:
09:00-9:30  Registration
09:30-9:45  Welcome by H.S.H. Prince Albert II and H.S.H. Prince Michael of Liechtenstein

Session I:
Historical Reflections and Current Challenges (9:45-12:15)
09:45-10:00  Chair: Detmar Doering (D)

10:00-10:30  ‘Small, Sovereign and Resilient: Lessons from the not-so wild Wild West’ – Terry L. Anderson (USA)
10:30-10:45  Discussion
10:45-11:15  Coffee break
11:15-11:45  ‘Decentralization, Subsidiarity, Secession: States in Knowledge-Based Societies ‘ – Karl Peter Schwarz (A)
11:45-12:00  Discussion

12:00-14:00  Luncheon for speakers and invited guests

Session II:
On the Benefits and Drawbacks for Small States (14:00-15:45)
14:00-14:15  Chair: Peter Fischer (CH)
14:15-14:45  ‘Is Small Still Beautiful? A Swiss Perspective’ – Henrique Schneider (CH)
14:45-15:00  Discussion
15:00-15:30  ‘Limited Places offer Unlimited Thoughts’ – Carlos Gebauer (D)
15:30-15:45  Discussion
15:45-16:15  Coffee break

Session III:
A Case for Small States in the III. Millennium (16:15-18:20)
16:15-16:30  Chair: H.S.H. Prince Michael of Liechtenstein (LI)
16:30-17:00  ‘Reflections on Smallness’ – Antonio Martino (I)
17:00-18:15  Panel discussion: Anderson, Gebauer, Schneider, Schwarz, Martino
18:15-18:20  Farewell Remarks: Kurt R. Leube (A/USA)

18:30-19:30  Farewell Reception at the Palace for speakers and invited guests, hosted by H.S.H. Prince Albert II.

Rueff Conference Monaco

Réunion de haut niveau des membres du CEPROM | Le Centre d’Études prospectives pour Monaco (CEPROM) a organisé au Musée océanographique une conférence consacrée à la banqueroute de l’État providence à travers le monde. L’événement a été ouvert par S.A.S le Prince Albert II, créateur du CEPROM, et S.A.S. le Prince Michael de Liechtenstein, Président du Centre européen de la Fondation de l’économie autrichienne.

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Jacques Rueff Conference in Monaco

Jacques Rueff Conference in Monaco

“No religion spread as fast as the belief in full employment, and in this roundabout way, allowed governments that had exhausted their tax and borrowing resources to resort to the phony delights of monetary inflation.” Jacques Rueff (1896-1973), 7th Minister of State of Monaco

Irresponsible socio-economic and fiscal policy measures with alarming demographic problems and depleted state coffers have brought most of the European Welfare State to the brink of collapse. The explosive immigration issues lures masses of disenchanted citizens increasingly to populist rhetoric and confiscatory government actions that challenge the very foundations of a civil society, democratic principles, and the rule of law.

The I. International
Jacques Rueff Conference

Principality of Monaco, November 8, 2016

Topic:
On the Worldwide Collapse of the Welfare State.
Will the End of a Daydream Turn into a Nightmare?

The I. International Jacques Rueff Conference is an academic one-day academic co-operation of CEPROM (Center of Economic Research for Monaco, MC) and ECAEF (European Center of Austrian Economics Foundation, FL).

Academic Director:  Kurt R. Leube, ECAEF (krleube@stanford.edu)
Administrative Director:  Emanuel Falco, CEPROM (cecile@mlp.mc)
Media Contacts: Nicolas Saussier, CEPROM (nsaussier@palais.mc)
Conference Date: November 8, 2016
Participation: by invitation only
Location: Musee Oceanographique de Monaco, Principality of Monaco
Conference Languages: English and French; simultaneous translation

Conference Venue:
09:00-9:30 Registration
09:30-9:45 Welcome: H.S.H. Prince Albert II. and H.S.H. Prince Michael of Liechtenstein

Session I: The End of a Daydream (9:45-12:15)
09:45-10:00 Chair: Pedro Schwartz (ES)
10:00-10:30 10:00-10:30 Unlike Socialism, the Welfare State cannot be Defined: Antonio Martino (I)
10:30-10:45 Discussion
10:45-11:15 Coffee break
11:15-11:45 The Fatal Illusion of ‘Social Justice’: Hardy Bouillon (D)
11:45-12:15 Discussion

12:15-14:15 Luncheon for speakers and invited guests

Session II: The Beginning of a Nightmare (14:15-16:30)
14:15-14:30 Chair: H.S.H. Prince Michael of Liechtenstein (LI)
14:30-15:00 Unintended Consequences of the Welfare State: Victoria Curzon-Price (CH)
15:00-15:15 Discussion
15:15-15:45 On the Looming Financial Fiasco: Pascal Salin (F)
15:45-16:00 Discussion
16:00-16:30 Coffee break

Session III: There is a Way Out! (16:30-18:40)
16:30-16:45 Chair: Pedro Schwartz (ES)
16:45-17:15 An Inspiring Revolution: Pension Savings in Personal Accounts: Carlos Gomez (Chile)
17:15-18:15 Panel discussion with Bouillon, Curzon-Price, Gomez, Klaus, Salin)
18:15-18:30 Discussion general
18:30-18:40 Farewell Remarks: Emmanuel Falco, CEPROM (MC)

18:50-19:50 Farwell Reception at the Palace for invited guest and speakers, hosted by H.S.H. Prince Albert II.