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 […]
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.
After the financial crisis and the ensuing sovereign debt crisis, the economic recovery in the euro area is underway. Still, policymakers face substantial fiscal challenges, with elevated debt levels in some countries and the fundamental question of how (or even if) a currency union can function well without fiscal centralization or fiscal risk sharing.
On 19-20 September, a workshop was held at the European University Institute in Florence on the New ECB in Comparative Perspective, organised by Giorgio Monti (European University Institute) and Thomas Beukers (European University Institute and Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs).
The Ademu workshop on Policies for Economic Stability: Lessons and the Way Forward took place in Galatina, Italy in August, jointly organised with representatives the European Central Bank and Banque de France and sponsored by the City of Galatina.