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Mises Institute Estonia (in Estonian: Misese Instituut) was created in June 2012. The founders were 10 members of Mises Circle Tallinn which was created in 2009. Mises Institute Estonia is politically independent and funded only by private donations.

The purpose of the Institute is to promote and advance in Estonia the theories of Austrian School of Economics and classical liberal and libertarian political theories. To achieve these goals, the Institute will regularly publish articles on its website, it will also hold conferences, educational courses and lectures. The Institute publishes books in Estonian popularizing economic science and libertarian political theory.

The Institue is headed by Robert Müürsepp. The members of supervisory board are Risto Sverdlik, Urmas Järve and Paul Keres.

Mises Institute Estonia is named after Ludwig von Mises, a renowned Austrian economist whose biggest contribution was to explain the cause of economic crises and why state’s economic intervention is doomed to failure. First Mises Institute was founded in 1982 in USA. Thanks to their great success many other Mises Institutes have been founded in recent years in other countries such as Poland, Brazil, Sweden and Canada.

Mises Institute Estonia is funded by private donations. Your financial support will help to provide education in economics and liberty in Estonia. Below are instructions for bank transfers (both domestic and international). You are welcome to contact us anytime or visit our offices.

Domestic payment instructions
Beneficiary’s name: Sihtasutus Misese Instituut
Beneficiary’s Account: 771000897416 (LHV Pank)

International (European) payment instructions
Beneficiary’s name: Sihtasutus Misese Instituut
Beneficiary’s Address: Pikk 7, Tallinn 10123, Estonia
Beneficiary’s IBAN: EE437700771000897416
Beneficiary’s BIC: LHVBEE22
Beneficiary’s bank name: AS LHV Pank
Beneficiary’s bank address: Tartu mnt 2, 10145 Tallinn, Estonia

Contact information
Address: Pikk 7, Tallinn 10123, Estonia