The European Banking Union is agonizing. None of its two stated objectives - breaking the diabolic loop between banks and sovereigns, and securing a single market for banks - has been achieved. In fact, the banking market is more fragmented today than it was during the financial and sovereign debt crisis. During the lecture, Member of the European Parliament and former LSE Professor Luis Garicano will discuss the reasons for the lack of progress in the last five years and the risks posed by the current impasse, as well as delineate possible paths forward.
Luis Garicano (@lugaricano) is a Member of the European Parliament, leader of Ciudadanos in Europe, and Vice President for Economic Affairs of Renew Europe. He is also a Professor of Strategy at IE Business School (currently on leave). Before entering elective politics, he was a Professor of Strategy and Economics at the London School of Economics and Political Science, and previously a Professor of Economics at the University of Chicago, focusing on the relationship between technology, inequality, the organisation of work, and economic growth.
Andrés Velasco (@AndresVelasco) is Dean of the School of Public Policy, LSE.
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