A Roundtable on the French and German Economists’ Proposal for the EMU
The aim of the roundtable was to discuss the proposal for euro-area reform authored by 14 authoritative French and German economists, recently published as a CEPR Policy Insight paper.
The authors propose six reforms in which they argue that, if delivered as a package, could improve the euro area’s financial stability, political cohesion and potential for delivering prosperity to its citizens, while also addressing the priorities and concerns of participating countries.
Jean Pisani-Ferry | Tommaso Padoa-Schioppa Chair, EUI and Professor of Economics at Sciences Po and Hertie School of Government
Henrik Enderlein | Hertie School of Government, Jacques Delors Institute Berlin and Visiting Fellow RSCAS, EUI
Ramon Marimon | Pierre Werner Chair and Professor of Economics EUI and Scientific Coordinator of ADEMU
Stefano Micossi | Director General of Assonime and Professor at College of Europe and LUISS School of Government
Henrike Leonie Groeger | Phd Researcher, EUI – ADEMU