The Center for Economics and Politics (CEP) is a pro-market think tank based in Prague, Czech Republic. CEP was founded in 1998 by Václav Klaus, father of Czech economic transformation from a communist society into a democracy based on free enterprise. Since 2003 Václav Klaus is President of the Czech Republic and still serves as the chairman of CEP's board of directors.
CEP's mission is to formulate and promote public policies based on the principles of free enterprise, limited government, individual freedom and Trans-Atlantic relationship.
CEP pursues this mission by performing research on key policy issues and marketing these findings to its primary audiences: policymakers, news media, and academic and policy communities. CEPs products include publications, articles, and conferences. The Center for Economics and Politics is a nonpartisan, non-profit organization, it relies on the private financial support from individuals, foundations, and corporations and accepts no government funds.
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Centrum pro ekonomiku a politiku
160 00 Praha 6
Phone & Fax. No.: +420 283 290 009