Tööandjate Keskliit


Who has the courage to reform Estonia?

Swisshotel – 17 February 2015


Morning coffee


Welcoming words
Jüri Käo
chairman of the council of the Estonian Employers’ Confederation,


Toomas Tamsar, manager of the Estonian Employers’ Confederation


Ten Commandments for ten years of state reform
Jüri Raidla,  senior partner at law firm Raidla Lejins & Norcous


The end of pedantism?


Alar Karis, Auditor General


Coffee break


The pieces of the puzzle called state reform


Annika Uudelepp, head of the board at Praxis Center for Policy Studies Estonia


Laws – to whom and for what?


Ülle Madise, Professor of Constitutional Law at University of Tartu


Applying Behavioural Insights to Public Policy
Tiina Likki
, The Behavioural Insights Team advisor




What keeps an organisation in the public sector from functioning more effectively?


Marek Helm, director of the Estonian Tax and Customs Board,


Aivo Adamson, director of the Estonian Road Administration,


Maris Jesse, director of the National Institute for Health Development,


Annika Uudelepp, head of the board at Praxis Center for Policy Studies Estonia.


A view from the field


Olari Taal,  entrepreneur


The state and business – do we keep on going or make revisions?

Sven Pertens, head of Lemminkäinen Estonia AS


Coffee break


A discussion with the 2015 candidates for Prime Minister


Taavi Rõivas, Reform Party,


Juhan Parts, Pro Patria and Res Publica Union,


Sven Mikser, Social Democratic Party,

moderated by Toomas Tamsar.


The conference concludes