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23/09/2008 1:46:31 pm
Press Release: Towards a New Level

European Enterprise Institute appoints Johnny Munkhammar

The European Enterprise Institute (EEI) is currently launching an expansion of its activities to promote free enterprise and free competition. A new publications series will be the intellectual core of far-reaching opinion-making efforts. In this context the EEI appoints Johnny Munkhammar as its Research Director to structure and execute the new activities.

The new publications series will focus on promoting the idea of free competition throughout European societies. Europe is in a great need of increased economic freedom in many areas, and the first publications will focus on health care, financial markets, trade, services, innovation and enlargement. They will be academically well-founded yet accessible.

- We are very pleased to expand the activities of the institute and happy that Mr Munkhammar has accepted to be responsible for this task, comments Peter Jungen, Chairman of the Board of the EEI. Europe has to become more entrepreneurial if it wants to be successful in the best interest of its citizens.

Johnny Munkhammar is the Managing Director of Munkhammar Advisory, affiliated with think-tanks like Timbro in Sweden and the author of several books, notably European Dawn and The Guide to Reform. He has previously served as Senior Fellow at the EEI, editorial writer, economic analyst for Swedish business and public affairs advisor and will devote a substantial part of his time to the EEI.

- With the new activities lead by Mr Munkhammar, the EEI can assume a leading role in inspiring policymakers in Brussels and in the European debate to launch more free-market reforms, comments Gunnar Hökmark, Vice Chairman of the Board of the EEI.

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