The Lisbon agenda was reborn in 2005 with its economic goals prioritised and a new system of governance. But "naming and shaming" of underperforming countries…
Coordinator: Zsolt Darvas
Contributors: Zsolt Darvas, Benedicta Marzinotto, Jean Pisani-Ferry, André Sapir, Nicolas Véron, Reinhilde Veugelers, Guntram Wolff, Jacques Delpla, Shahin Vallée, Jakob von Weizsäcker
External contributors: Dag Detter, Mark Hallerberg (Hertie School Berlin)
The European crisis remains on top of the research agenda at Bruegel. The central priorities concern the best way to address remaining market tensions, the broader macroeconomic policy response in the EU, central banking, policies to foster macroeconomic adjustment, and the question of how to reform European governance to ensure effectiveness and legitimacy.
28th February 2006
20th February 2006Jean Pisani-Ferry's note was prepared for the European Parliament-National Parliaments Debate on "How to Raise Growth in the Euro Area?" in Brussels.
31st January 2006
Alan Ahearne and Jean Pisani-Ferry explore the implications of economic divergence in the euro area for policy makers, as well as the discipline required to…
30th November 2005The goal of this working paper is to take stock of the discussions on the fiscal institutions of EMU, to confront the framework in place to what is known of the desirable properties of fiscal policy in a monetary union, and to discuss possible improvements.
2nd June 2005Paper by Jean Pisani-Ferry for the Munich Economic Summit in June 2005.