ADEMU-PWC Workshop on Fiscal Federalism within the EMU
ADEMU Workshop on Fiscal Federalism within the EMU
In the aftermath of the euro crisis, the as yet unsolved migration crisis, the Paris and Brussels terrorist attacks and the UK Brexit referendum, the institutional framework of the European Union – and, in particular, the Euro Area –is, once more, open to discussion. Issues such as European security and defence, the need to strengthen the fiscal dimension of the EMU and enhance its external political capacity, can be seen as a push forwards to greater integration, while the same Brexit experience and the strength of some populist and nationalist movements within the EU can be seen as a call for caution. The ADEMU project is reassessing the fiscal and monetary framework of the EU – in particular, the Euro Area – and, therefore, welcomes input from political scientists and legal scholars looking at this framework from the perspective of Fiscal Federalism.
Date: 12 December 2016
Location: Conference Room, Villa La Fonte
Via delle Fontanelle 18 - San Domenico di Fiesole (Florence)
Ramon Marimon | European University Institute and UPF-Barcelona GSE
Tomasz Wozniakowski | European University Institute and LMU Munich
Sarah St John
This project is funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Program under grant agreement N° 649396 (ADEMU).
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