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Rethinking the European Monetary Union architecture fifty years later

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  • Wed 07 Oct 2020 14.15 - 18.45
  Add to Calendar 2020-10-07 14:15 2020-10-07 18:45 Europe/Paris Rethinking the European Monetary Union architecture fifty years later

The 50th anniversary of the Werner Report, after 20 years of monetary union – with the eurodebt and the COVID-19 crises – it is a good moment to reassess the EMU fiscal and monetary framework. The COVID-19 crisis has shown the value of having an active and experienced European Central Bank to confront it, as well as the need to structure an efficient EU fiscal response to recover from the crisis and achieve resilience. In sum, the need to strengthen, as well as to develop, the current framework. Two back-to-back panels will discuss these two aspects.

Online participation available. 

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The 50th anniversary of the Werner Report, after 20 years of monetary union – with the eurodebt and the COVID-19 crises – it is a good moment to reassess the EMU fiscal and monetary framework. The COVID-19 crisis has shown the value of having an active and experienced European Central Bank to confront it, as well as the need to structure an efficient EU fiscal response to recover from the crisis and achieve resilience. In sum, the need to strengthen, as well as to develop, the current framework. Two back-to-back panels will discuss these two aspects.

Online participation available. 


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Outside EUI premises -

Affiliation:
Department of Economics
Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies

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Conference

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