Political Economy of Eurozone Crisis
22 - 23 November 2012, Zemedelska 1, 615 00, Brno, Czech Republic
These issues will be addressed:
1) History: Maastricht Treaty and Beyond: Broadening and Deepening
2) Trip down memory lane: Eurozone 1999 -- 2009
3) Does OCA necessitate a fiscal union? Has the OCA-endogeneity hypothesis to be reconsidered?
4) After 2009: Economic theory encounters political and social realities
5) Challenges and Strategic Choices Facing the EU: Is The Fiscal Union Feasible?
6) "Fiscal Union": Concepts and the future
7) Savings and Current accounts
8) Eurozone's Demographics and Fiscal Stance: Implications the Future?
- Petr Rozmahel, Ph.D.
- Zemedelska 1, 615 00, Brno, Czech Republic
- Open attendance
- Mendel University in Brno
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