LSE European Institute Towards a Genuine Economic and Monetary Union panel discussion
Date: Wednesday 20 November 2013
Venue: Wolfson Theatre, New Academic Building
Speakers: Lucrezia Reichlin, Martin Weale
Chair: Professor Paul de Grauwe
This panel will address the recent debate about austerity, and asks how a downward spiral and long run stagnation of economies can be prevented.
Paul de Grauwe is the head of the European Institute at LSE. Lucrezia Reichlin is from the London Business School. Martin Weale is on the Monetary Policy Committee at the Bank of England.
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