Institute for a Free Society
Dalibor Rohac obtained his BSc in Economics in 2005 at the Charles University in Prague. He is currently studying towards an MSc in Economics and a PhD in Philosophy of Economics. He worked between 2000 and 2002 as a Project Coordinator at the Institute for Economic and Social Reforms, in Bratislava, and launched and managed a project which evaluated the economic and social measures undertaken by the Slovak government and legislative body. The project has attracted international attention and has been running successfully ever since its launch. He coordinated the 2001 Regional Meeting of the Mont Pèlerin Society in the framework of the Hayek Foundation. Rohac has authored several short publications and policy papers and is currently a columnist at the Centre for New Europe.
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