On 8 March, Professor Enrique G Mendoza, Presidential Professor of Economics at the University of Pennsylvania, will deliver his lecture ‘The Public Debt Crisis of the United States’ at the European University Institute (EUI). 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
In November 2016, economic historian Professor Harold James visited the European University Institute to deliver a lecture on the topic of his latest book, The Euro and the Battle of Ideas. Continue reading
On Monday 13 February, Samuel Bentolila (CEMFI) will hold an ADEMU seminar entitled: When Credit Dries Up: Job Losses in the Great Recession.
The University of Cambridge has released a series of eight videos featuring ADEMU lectures delivered at the university in spring 2016. Continue reading
Brexit, banking and the euro: how will the events of 2016 affect the EU? ADEMU’s scientific coordinator Ramon Mariman looks back at a turbulent year and examines the effect the year’s events will have on the European monetary framework.
2016, coming to an end, has certainly gained its place in the history books, with their love of critical, unforeseen events. In such years, plans made just a year ago may need to be revised.
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
Leading global economists gathered at the European University Institute in Florence on the 18 and 19 November to discuss the challenges of economic policy. Continue reading
Including a lecture from Jonathan Rodden of Stanford University |Representation and Redistribution in Federations: Lessons for the European Union
In the aftermath of the Euro crisis, the as-yet unsolved migration crisis, the Paris and Brussels terrorist attacks and the UK Brexit referendum, the institutional framework of the European Union – and, in particular, the Euro area – is once again open to discussion. Continue reading