Author Archives: ADEMU

ADEMU Perspectives #9: On the sovereign debt crisis in Europe, by Pedro Teles


November 30, 2017

Was the sovereign debt crisis in Europe due to weak fundamentals or to coordinated expectations? Professor Pedro Teles, full professor at Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics, senior economist to the Banco de Portugal, research fellow at the Centre for Economic Policy Research and member of the ADEMU steering committee, examines the evidence. Continue reading

Call for papers: Risk sharing, macroeconomic inter-dependencies and imbalances | CERGE-EI, Prague | 23-24 March 2018 *Deadline 31 January*


Organised by Marek Kapicka (CERGE-EI) and Ctirad Slavik (CERGE-EI), this macro workshop will bring together the best existing and ongoing research on risk sharing, macroeconomic inter-dependencies and imbalances, especially in a monetary and fiscal union.

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Winners, Losers and Policy Reforms after the Euro crisis: papers, slides and photos


The European University Institute hosted a workshop on winners, losers and policy reforms after the euro crisis in November. Continue reading