Professor Harold James [Princeton University]: What Monetary Union Means for Europe
Harold James is Professor of History and International Affairs, Department of History, and Director of the Program in Contemporary European Politics and Society at the Woodrow Wilson School at Princeton University. He has written extensively on the European and German economic history. Among his acclaimed recent books are “The Creation and Destruction of Value” (Harvard University Press, 2009), an authoritative comparative account of the Great Depression 1930s and the Great Recession, “Krupp: A History of the Legendary German Firm” (Princeton University Press, 2012) as well as “Making the European Monetary Union” (Harvard University Press, 2012). In 2004 he was awarded the first Helmut Schmidt Prize for Transatlantic Economic History, and in 2005 he won the Ludwig Erhard Prize for Writing on Economics.
The Bundesbank-IAW Lecture on European Economic Integration invites leading experts in economics to present their research results on the future direction of the European economy.
Venue: Alte Aula der Universität Tübingen, Münzgasse 22-30.