In this month's issue: Ramon Marimon looks back at 2016; Jonathan Eaton discusses the evolution of the Eurozone; calls for papers for conferences in Madrid and Bonn; 50 working papers in the repository; events, and more
Brexit, banking and the euro: how will the events of 2016 affect the EU?
ADEMU’s scientific coordinator Ramon Mariman looks back at a turbulent year for the EU and examines the effect the year’s events will have on the European monetary framework. Read more
Video: How will the debt crisis impact the evolution of the Eurozone?
Jonathan Eaton, distinguished professor of economics at the Pennsylvania State University, has been an expert in sovereign debt since the 1970s. In this ADEMU video, he gives his perspective on its impact on the Eurozone. Watch the video.
Call for papers: how much of a fiscal union for the EMU?
Madrid, 18 & 19 May.A central question in the development of Europe is how much of a fiscal union is needed in order to have a stable and resilient euro area and European Union? Read more
Call for papers: Fiscal Risk and Public Sector Balance Sheets
University of Bonn, 6 & 7 July. The European fiscal crisis has spurred new research into the measurement and modelling of fiscal risk. This conference brings together theoretical and empirical research and analyses public sector balance sheets. Read more
Working paper series: 50 papers now in the repository
The ADEMU project organises a series of events for researchers, academics, policy makers and economists. You can see a full list of all upcoming conferences, workshops and lectures on our website.
Summaries of past proceedings
We've gathered together the summaries of the proceedings of three of the major events we held in our first year. They're now avavilable in one single PDF for download or print, including information from the kick-off conference at the University of Cambridge, the Macroeconomic and Financial Imbalances and Spillovers workshop at CERGE-EI and the Risk-Sharing Mechanisms for the European Union workshop at the European University Institute in June 2016.
New next month: ADEMU Perspectives
The ADEMU Project gathers together some of the world's leading researchers and experts in economics and finance. From January, our senior team will be providing expert insight into circumstances and events which have an effect on the EU monetary framework. First up will be Hugo Rodríguez, one of ADEMU's lead coordinators and director of the Barcelona GSE Master Program in Macroeconomic Policy and Financial Markets. See Hugo's biography.