An ADEMU summer school hosted by the Toulouse School of Economics on 19 and 20 June will bring together PhD and post-doctoral researchers with ADEMU’s leading academics and co-ordinators to discuss new research into the long-term sustainability of the EMU.
ADEMU is a Horizon 2020 project which analyses the overall monetary and fiscal structure of the EU and the euro area. In particular, the project focuses on the mechanisms that can ensure the long-term sustainability of the EMU and appropriate risk-sharing, the strategies to build resilience to economic shocks, (for example, coordination of fiscal policies and fiscal multipliers), and the most efficient approaches to manage the interdependence in the euro area (such as fiscal and financial imbalances and spillovers and new forms of banking regulations).
PhD and post-doctoral researchers investigating these areas are invited to submit both theoretical and empirical papers to present at the summer school. The programme committee will select papers for full presentation, while authors of non-selected works will have the opportunity to briefly describe their area of research.
Two key-note speeches will be presented during the summer school:
- “Macroprudential Regulation in Economic and Monetary Unions”, by Jean Tirole (Toulouse School of Economics)
- “Sovereign Debt Crisis”, by Tim Kehoe (University of Minnesota)
Papers or extended abstracts should be submitted in PDF format to Franck Portier (Franck.Portier@TSE-fr.eu) by 30 April 2017.
Download the call for papers here.