Reforming Global Economic Governance - An Unsettled Order

The architecture of global economic and financial governance is undergoing a deep and pervasive transformation with the emerging economies on their way to becoming far more important and influential in both the International Financial Institutions and the more informal groups. So far, all of this happening without an active contribution by Europe but this book contends that Europe should marshal a stronger international position, starting with a more effective representation in International Financial Institutions, which would be beneficial to both Europe and the effectiveness of global governance.

25
March 2019
Monday
13:15-14:30

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Speakers

Carlo Monticelli
Council of Europe Development Bank

Discussants

Daniel Gros
Director, CEPS
Lucio Vinhas de Souza
Head of Economics Team, European Political Strategy Centre (EPSC)

 

Chair

Cinzia Alcidi
Senior Fellow & Head of Economic Policy Unit, CEPS

Reforming Global Economic Governance - An Unsettled Order

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25
March 2019
Monday
13:15-14:30
Free participation in our meetings is a benefit of CEPS membership. Non-members may be admitted for Euro 50, paid in cash at registration. Representatives from the European institutions (Commission – Parliament – Council – EEAS – Committee of the Regions - CESE) & members of the press benefit from free entrance, too. A sandwich lunch will be served from 12.30 onwards.

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CEPS Conference room

Place du Congrès 1 - 1000 Brussels