LSESU German Society, in association with European Institute – APCO Worldwide Perspectives on Europe series
Date: Tuesday 30 October 2012
Venue: Old Theatre, Old Building
Speaker: Dr Philipp Rösler
Chair: Professor Craig Calhoun
The aftermath of the financial crisis has challenged Europe. Dr Rösler will discuss the reasons as well as new strategies to regather competitiveness and growth. He will also point out how the European monetary union can develop further into a union of stability and what the role of member states in this process should be.
Philipp Rösler is the vice chancellor and federal minister of economics and technology of Germany. Dr Rösler also serves as chairman of the Free Democratic Party.
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A copy of Dr Philipp Rösler's lecture is available to download:
Strengthening Competitiveness and Growth in Europe (pdf)
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