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How much of a fiscal union for the EMU? An ADEMU conference with Bank of Spain, ESM and IMF | 18-19 May, Madrid


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On 18th and 19th May, ADEMU and the Bank of Spain, in conjunction with the European Stability Mechanism and the International Monetary Fund, is hosting a conference to examine the role of a fiscal union in the European Monetary Union (EMU). Continue reading

ADEMU conference – “How Much of a Fiscal Union for the EMU?”


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Thank you for your interest in the upcoming ADEMU conference, which will take place in Madrid, at the headquarters of the Bank of Spain, in Calle de Alcalà 48.

If you wish to attend, please fill in the form below to register (due to limited seating, no registrations will be accepted after April 30).

The new macroeconomics of aggregate fluctuations and stabilisation policy: an ADEMU conference at UCL | 19-20 May, London


April 10, 2017

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An ADEMU conference will be held in London on 19-20 May, to discuss novel approaches in the macroeconomic analysis of stabilisation policy. Hosted by University College London, the conference is organized in collaboration with the Centre for Macroeconomics, the European Research Council, and the Centre for Economic Policy Research.

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Asymmetric trade liberalizations and current account dynamics: an ADEMU seminar with Alessandro Barattieri | EUI, Florence, 20 April 2017


April 7, 2017

On Thursday 20 April, the European University Institute will host the ADEMU seminar Asymmetric Trade Liberalizations and Current Account Dynamics, with Alessandro Barattieri (Collegio Carlo Alberto-ESG UQAM).  Continue reading

Call for papers – Policies for Economic Stability: Lessons and the Way Forward | Galatina (Lecce, Italy) | 28-29 August 2017


An ADEMU workshop aimed at presenting and discussing the ongoing research on stabilization policies in the aftermath of the financial crisis will be held in Galatina next 28-29 August. Papers and extended abstract should be submitted by 30 April 2017.

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