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Eurozone futures and democratic reform: Steps towards a more functional EMU and greater accountability in the EU

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    28 October 2014
Eurozone futures and democratic reform: Steps towards a more functional EMU and greater accountability in the EU

Policy Network will host a seminar on EU economic governance on 28 October.

This half day event will focus on the future of economic governance: which reforms are desirable and feasible? How to improve the EU’s legitimacy? How does the Banking Union and Eurozone integration impact on the wider EU?

The event will form part of the WWWforEurope project (http://www.policy-network.net/news/3962/A-four-year-research-initiative-led-by-the-Austrian-Institute-of-Economic-Research-WIFO)
 
Confirmed Speakers Include:

Richard Corbett, S&D member of the European Parliament
Agata Gostynska, research fellow, Centre for European Reform
Roger Liddle, chair, Policy Network
Harold James, professor of History and International Affairs, Princeton University
Kalypso Nicolaidis, professor of international relations, director of the Centre for Internal Studies at Oxford University
André Sapir, senior fellow, Bruegel (Brussels) and WWWforEurope Scientific Board member
Renaud Thillaye, deputy director, Policy Network
Albert Weale, professor of political theory and public policy, University College London

Listen to the event podcast here.


The WWWforEurope project receives funds from the European Union's Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no. 290647


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