Institute for Free Enterprise
|Institute for Free Enterprise|
|founded in the year||1998|
|address||Stubenrauchstr. 10, D-12161 Berlin|
|number of employees||13|
|Networks||New Direction Foundation|
|Presence of Think Tank affiliates in the various fieldsWe try to capture where people affiliated with a Think Tank - affiliates are employees, members of the advisory and supervisory board etc. - are present: if they write in the media, teach in universities or work for another Think Tank. The chart down below shows in which fields the affiliates are present. Every presence is counted once.|
|People n = 27|
|Presences n = 198|
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|Kind of activities of Think Tank affiliatesWe try to capture where people affiliated with a Think Tank - affiliates are employees, members of the advisory and supervisory board etc. - are present: if they write in the media, teach in universities or work for another Think Tank. The chart down below shows which kind of activities the affiliates conduct. Every presence is counted once.|
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Author,47 Leader (CEO etc.),26 Consultant,11 Editor,11 Interviewee,18 Member,39 Participant,7 Lecturer,17 Employee,22 </pPie>
The following coordinate was not recognized: 52.42732;13.48913.The following coordinate was not recognized: 52.42732;13.48913. The Institute for Free Enterprise(IUF) is a radical market oriented and libertarian Think Tank founded by Oliver Knipping in 1998. From 2010 until 2012 it existed under the name Berlin Manhattan Institute but renamed itself into Institute for Free Enterprise again in the end of 2012. As the Berlin Manhattan Institute the institute started to cooperate with the New Direction - The Foundation for European Reform.
Organizational Structure and Funding
The institute is only financed by private donations.
Stubenrauchstr. 10, D-12161 Berlin
People leading the Think Tank in the day to day business (CEOs, directorates etc.).
- Sascha Tamm, Board Member
- Wolfgang Müller, Executive Director and Board Member
- Charles B. Blankart, Board Member
- Helmut Abrell, Board member
- Oliver Knipping, Founder and Board Member
- Peter Jungen, Board member
People working for the Think Tank (Fellows etc.). This includes also part-time employees.
- Steffen Hentrich, Environment Fellow
- Jonathan Hessling, Berlin Fellow
- Oliver Marc Hartwich, former UK representative
- Dagmar Schulze Heuling, Research Fellow Economics and Education
- Kristian Niemietz, Economics & Finance Fellow
- Frederik Röder, Health & Welfare Fellow
- Matthias Bosbach, Berlin Fellow
- Michael von Prollius, Political Economy Fellow
People advising the Think Tank (mainly in scientific questions)
Working mode, goals
The Think Tank's goals are
- to strengthen private property
- a weaker public sector
- propagating climate change scepticism
The Institute publishes opinions and statements on internet blogs and organizes public events and conferences. It spreads its opinion via internet blogs as well as public events and conferences.
Cooperations with Think Tanks
Think Tanks that claim to cooperate with the Institute for Free Enterprise
While the section above shows Think Tanks the Institute for Free Enterprise claims to cooperate with, the list below shows Think Tanks that claim to cooperate with the Institute for Free Enterprise.
We used the DGs of the EU to generate a basic list of topics. This list is going to be steadily extended. However we try to preserve a persistent list of topics.
- Environment/Climate Action
- European Integration
- Financial Programming and the Budget
- Energy Policy
- Institutional Reform/Public Services
- Economy and Monetary Affairs
What we call here a semantic field is the idea to categorize think tanks in a two level system. The first levels are so called 'Virtual Networks' and the second are the semantic fields. Accordingly every semantic field entered here has to be attached to a virtual network. If you would like to follow a special phenomenon among think tanks please contact us and we are going to add a new virtual network. Semantic fields are topics that promote a virtual network. Lets take climate change as an example: 'climate change skeptics' is the virtual network and 'adaption instead of mitigation' would be one possible semantic field.
- Limit regulation (Austerity Politics): Concepts such as the ESM or Eurobonds don't address the actual problem, individual states being irresponsible
- Partner of the New Direction Foundation:
- dismissal of anthropogenic climate change (Climate Change Skeptics): Jointly with EIKE the IFE (as Berlin Manhattan Institute) organized the climate-sceptical 4th International Climate and Energy Conference in Munich in 2011 and co-hosted the climate conference - update on climate research in Copenhagen 2001.