Dear ADEMU researchers and friends,
With the New Year, we will enter the last five months of the ADEMU Project. Since we started the project in June 2015, ‘reassessing the fiscal and monetary framework of the EMU’ has become a hunting exercise of shooting a moving target, making our project even more challenging and timely. Continue reading
In 2018, we enter the final stage of our three-year research project to reassess the overall fiscal and monetary framework of the EU and, in particular, the euro area.
With the end of 2017 comes the 80th working paper to be uploaded to our repository. This is the result of an incredible amount of hard work and dedication from not only our ADEMU co-ordinators and researchers, but also the academics, professionals and post-graduate researchers who give their time and experience to attend conferences and seminars around the world. It’s thanks to them that our research is scrutinised, analysed and worthy of the audience we aim to reach. Continue reading
In May 2017, the European Commission published a reflection paper on Deepening of the Economic and Monetary Union and other key policy proposals. On 11 and 12 December, the European University Institute hosted a workshop to take stock of how economic and monetary union has evolved since the crisis and to assess the legal issues arising out of policy proposals that arise from the reflection paper. Continue reading
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.
The European University Institute hosted a workshop on winners, losers and policy reforms after the euro crisis in November. Continue reading
On 11-12 December, the European University Institute will host a workshop on the future of the Economic and Monetary Union, mostly focusing on law and policy issues of EMU reform.
ADEMU’s workshop on rethinking fiscal policy, hosted by the Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics, attracted speakers from institutions including the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, Banco de España, the University of Pennsylvania and the University of Minnesota.
Even 10 years after the start of the global financial crisis, and seven years after the beginning of the European sovereign debt crisis, large stocks of government debt remain a significant concern in advanced as well as developing countries. A major objective of the ADEMU project is to contribute to the scientific discussion on the future design of European institutions to deal with financial stability and debt sustainability. Continue reading
On the 17 November 2017, ADEMU will hold a workshop at the Euorpean University Institute, along with the Department of Economics and the Pierre Werner Chair Programme on the winners, losers and policy reforms after the euro crisis. Register here. Continue reading