Due to the Covid-19 crisis the 7th Bundesbank-IAW Lecture on European Economic Integration unfortunately cannot take place in 2020.
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.
The Bundesbank-IAW Lecture on European Economic Integration is organised in cooperation with the Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences of the University of Tübingen, and sponsored by the Deutsche Bundesbank's Regional Office in Baden-Württemberg.
The previous lectures:
2014: Paul de Grauwe (LSE), “The Future of the Eurozone“
2015: Harold James (Princeton University), “What Monetary Union Means for Europe”
2016: Francesco Giavazzi (Bocconi University), “The Macroeconomic Effects of Fiscal Adjustment Plans: Disaggregating Taxes and Spending“
2017: Markus Brunnermeier (Princeton University), “The Euro and the Battle of Ideas”
2018: Peter Neary (University of Oxford), “Brexit and the Future of the European Project”
2019: Karolina Ekholm (Stockholm University), “The Euro crisis: Why did it happen and can it happen again?”