The CEPS Summer School 2017 on Economic and Financial Governance of the EMU is a week-long training programme that aims to sharpen participants’ understanding of the main challenges facing the EU today. It will look at how decisions are taken at the EU level and consider the practical implications of these challenges for the economy and the financial system, and will cover:
- Banking Union
- Macroeconomic governance architecture
- The consequences of Brexit (for financial services, trade, internal market, EU budget)
- Capital Markets Union and FinTech
- EU budget and EFSI
- EU governance of migration
The programme will analyse each of these areas from a policy perspective. Lectures and workshops led by Daniel Gros, Cinzia Alcidi, Paul De Grauwe and other CEPS researchers will be complemented by lectures and discussions with EU officials and policymakers from the ECB, European Commission, EU Council and European Parliament. Visits to the EU institutions, interactive sessions and games will make the week interesting and fun.
Each day will offer 4 hours of case studies, discussion groups, lectures and an interactive session or technical seminar – a total of 30 hours of lectures, plus the closing lecture and certificate awards.
Dr Cinzia Alcidi
The ideal candidates for the Summer School are academics, civil servants from EU institutions, national ministries, local or regional government agencies, central banks and professionals from the private sector who are interested in learning about real-life economic and financial policy issues within the EMU.
Completion of a Master degree in economics, finance, law or political science.
To register, please fill in the online application form (places are limited).
Applications are due by July 3rd. Admission decisions will be announced in early July, at which time all applicants will be informed by e-mail whether their application has been accepted.