Who is to Blame? Reflections on Eurozone Decision-Making Processes and Governance During the Economic Crisis


Thursday, April 28, 2016, 4:15pm to 6:00pm


Minda de Gunzburg Center for European Studies, Hoffmann Room, Busch Hall

RCC is pleased to announce this event at the Center for European Studies at Harvard, featuring Joaquín AlmuniaFormer Vice President and Commissioner for Competition, European Commission, 2010-2014.

Mr. Almunia will analyze the role that the European Central Bank, the European Council, the European Commission, the International Monetary Fund and other national monetary authorities have played during the economic crisis. He will also examine some of the key challenges confronting the European Monetary Union governance and the perceived lack of efficiency in the orthodox austerity measures that represent some of the deepest public sector cuts.

Chaired byPol Antras Robert G. Ory Professor of Economics, Harvard University

Sponsors:  EU Law and Government Study GroupJean Monnet ad personam Chair in European Union Law and Government

Contact:  Kim Conant