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Seminar insights

Here you can access the take-aways of the seminars already held for the project, written by professors George Papaconstantinou and Jean Pisani-Ferry in cooperation with the organising partners:

Competition policy on a
global scale

Partner: Bruegel


Capital markets and the global financial safety nets

April 2019
Partner: London School of Economics


The regulation of global banking

September 2018
Partners: Bocconi University and the Florence School of Banking and Finance


Tax competition and tax

February 2019
Partner: Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)



May 2019
Partner: Migration Policy Centre, Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies (EUI)


Historical perspectives

November 2019
Partner: European University Institute (EUI)



May 2019
Partner: European Climate Foundation



Latest publication

A Big Leap Forward: Institutions and Policies for a Viable Euro Area

EMU reform is crucial for a viable Euro area, but is taking place against a backdrop of political constraints. What are the critical reforms and institutional issues still in place?

George Papaconstantinou and Jean Pisani-Ferry
March 2019

Latest event

Financial globalisation has increased states’ need for a safety net to prevent financial crises from spinning out of control. Since the crisis, the system of safety nets has been reformed, but also made more fragmented. The last seminar, jointly organised with HM Treasury and the London School of Economics, examined its components, coherence, and its potential resilience.
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