The Third ADEMU Workshop at CERGE-EI Coming Soon

20 March, 2018

CERGE-EI cordially invites you to an upcoming workshop entitled “Risk Sharing and Macroeconomic Interdependencies”, which will take place on 23 - 24 March, 2018 a part of a project called A Dynamic Economic and Monetary Union - ADEMU. The workshop will bring together the best existing and ongoing research on risk sharing, macroeconomic inter-dependencies and imbalances, especially in a monetary and fiscal union.

 “This is a unique chance, for the third year in a row, to bring leading international experts to Prague. Local experts and students interested in the topic are warmly welcome to join us,“ said Marek Kapička, Associate Professor at CERGE-EI, who is coordinating the workshop. "Some of the top experts are Hal Cole from the University of Pennsylvania, Nicola Pavoni from Bocconi University and Athanasios Orphanides from MIT, who is a former governor of the Central Bank of Cyprus. We thus have both academics and people with policymaking experience.”

There are 8 partner institutions who joined the ADEMU project (Barcelona Graduate School of EconomicsCatholic University of Portugal, European University InstituteToulouse School of EconomicsUniversity College LondonUniversity of BonnUniversity of Cambridge, and CERGE-EI). The main objective is to conduct a rigorous investigation of risks to the long-run sustainability of EMU, and to develop detailed institutional proposals aimed at mitigating these risks. 

For more information, please see the detailed program. The number of seats is limited. To register, please fill in a short form.