Western democracies have been affected differently by the global financial crisis. Political and institutional responses have also varied greatly, including those of central banks whose policies have been more or less aggressive and proactive. Continue reading
Novel approaches in the macroeconomic analysis of stabilisation policy will be discussed at an ADEMU conference in London on 19-20 May. 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.
On Friday 28 April, the European University Institute will host the ADEMU seminar Macroeconomic stabilization, monetary-fiscal interactions, and Europe’s monetary union, with William B.Peterman (Federal Reserve Board of Governors). Continue reading
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
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.
An ADEMU summer school hosted by the Toulouse School of Economics on 19 and 20 June will bring together PhD and post-doctoral researchers with ADEMU’s leading academics and co-ordinators to discuss new research into the long-term sustainability of the EMU. Continue reading
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
What would be the effect of imposing a 100 percent reserve requirement to depository institutions? Hugo Rodríguez Mendizábal (Instituto de Análisis Económico CSIC, MOVE, Barcelona GSE) will discuss this question in this seminar at the EUI, Florence, on 17 March. Continue reading