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
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.
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 May 7).
Both the financial and the euro crises, and their subsequent recessions, have raised many questions as to how fiscal policy should be conducted in times of crisis: in particular, when public and/or private over-borrowing call for restraint. Continue reading
An ADEMU workshop at the Barcelona GSE Summer Forum 2017
Workshop: 8-9 June
Deadline for submissions: 28 February
How do fiscal and financial shocks propagate from one country to another? What are the implications of this for the conduct of fiscal policy in EU countries? Continue reading
On 12 December 2016, the European University Institute (EUI) in Florence hosted an ADEMU mini-conference on the topic of Fiscal Federalism for the EMU.` Continue reading
On the 2nd and 3rd September 2016, the ADEMU Project held a conference jointly with The Cambridge-INET Institute and the European Stability Mechanism (ESM) at the University of Cambridge. The conference titled “Debt Sustainability and Lending Institutions” brought together leading scholars to discuss theoretical and empirical issues in sovereign debt sustainability.
The conference consisted of six sessions and one panel, during which the issues related to sovereign debt sustainability were discussed from different perspectives by leading scholars, with the aim of identifying priorities for both future research and policy-making in this field.
SESSION 1 – OFFICIAL LENDING
- Debt Sustainability and the Terms of Official Support”, by Giancarlo Corsetti, Aitor Erce and Timothy Uy
Below are some photos that were taken as part of the Debt Sustainability and Lending Institutions that was held at the University of Cambridge on the 2nd and 3rd of September 2016: