Agenda

Academic conference on 30 years Maastricht Treaty: the past, present, and future of European integration

28 september - 29

Keynote lecture by Thomas Piketty: Rising inequality and the democratisation of Europe

28 september

Keynote lecture by Paul de Grauwe: 'The fragility of the eurozone: endemic or temporary?'

29 september

Mestreech ’92: de lokale herinneringen aan het Verdrag van Maastricht als cultureel erfgoed

5 oktober

Lancering Oral History Project

7 december
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Keynote lecture by Paul de Grauwe: ‘The fragility of the eurozone: endemic or temporary?’

29 september @ 12:0013:00

On 29 September, Professor Paul de Grauwe will deliver the keynote lecture The fragility of the eurozone: endemic or temporary? in Maastricht. 

De Grauwe is John Paulson Chair in European Political Economy and Head of the European Institute at the LSE. He is a world-leading expert on EU and US economic systems, focusing on monetary integration, monetary policy, foreign exchange-markets, and open-economy macroeconomics. In addition to his academic career, he sat in the Belgian parliament from 1991 to 2003 as a member for the Flemish Liberals and Democrats, and has further experience of developing monetary policy having been a member of the Group of Economic Policy Analysis advising the European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso.

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If you are interested in attending the full academic conference on 30 years Maastricht Treaty: The past, present and future of European integration on 28 and 29 September in Maastricht; please register via this link.

Gegevens

Datum:
29 september
Tijd:
12:00–13:00

Organisator

Studio Europa Maastricht

Locatie

European Institute of Public Administration
Onze Lieve Vrouweplein 22
Maastricht, Limburg 6211 HE Netherlands
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