Category Archives: Lectures

Sustainable Economic and Monetary Union in Europe in turbulent times

On Monday 10th October 2016, the ADEMU Project held a lecture on “Sustainable Economic and Monetary Union in Europe in turbulent times”, given by Prof. René Smits from the University of Amsterdam.

Starting from a legal-institutional perspective, the lecture sketched out the major challenges for researchers and policymakers alike. It also looked at the areas of economic governance, monetary union and banking union with a view to the sustainability of Europe’s Economic and Monetary Union.

Below is the full presentation from the event and the speakers notes can be viewed here:

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Competitive Effects of Trade: Theory and Measurement Lecture

Below is the presentation from the ADEMU Lecture “Competitive Effects of Trade: Theory and Measurement” by  Marc Melitz (Harvard University) which was held at EUI on September 20th 2016. Continue reading

Nobel Laureate Robert Lucas Holds ADEMU Lecture

Nobel laureate in Economics, Robert E. Lucas Jr, delivered a lecture for ADEMU on March 21, 2016 at the European University Institute in Florence, Italy. Continue reading