LFMI was established to promote the ideas of individual freedom and responsibility, free market, and limited government. LFMI pursues its mission by exploring key issues of economic policy, developing conceptual reform packages, drafting and evaluating legislation, submitting policy recommendations at the legislative and executive levels, and launching educational campaigns. LFMI has also played a key role in helping to craft and refine legislative proposals, and it works closely with the business community, international financial institutions, opinion leaders, and journalists. To gain passage for policy proposals, LFMI's policy analysts participate in nongovernmental forums, TV debates, ministerial task forces, and parliamentary committee sittings. LFMI activities also include sociological surveys, publications, conferences, workshops, lectures, and briefings. LFMI is active in a variety of public policy issues, including privatization, business deregulation, monetary systems, capital markets, tax and budget policy, social security privatization, international trade, and EU integration.
Areas of focus
Founder gender: Both male and female founders
Leader gender: Female Leader(s) (2019): Edita Maslauskaitė
Leader gender: Female Leader(s) (2018): Žilvinas Šilėnas
Leader gender: Male