Past Event

Italy’s challenges in the midst of the euro-crisis

Bruegel organised a workshop in Rome that discussed Italy’s challenges in the midst of the euro-crisis. The event was divided into three sessions dealing with short/midterm issues, long-run issues and finally the European Banking Union initiative in relation to Italy. Event materials Agenda here Zsolt Darvas, Bruegel – "Balancing fiscal adjustment and internal devaluation in […]

Date: May 8 - Topic: European Macroeconomics & Governance

Bruegel organised a workshop in Rome that discussed Italy’s challenges in the midst of the euro-crisis.

The event was divided into three sessions dealing with short/midterm issues, long-run issues and finally the European Banking Union initiative in relation to Italy.

Event materials

  • Agenda here
  • Zsolt Darvas, Bruegel – "Balancing fiscal adjustment and internal devaluation in Italy" here
  • Francesco Daveri, Università di Parma – "Italy’s decline and the most urgent reforms to fight it", presentation here
  • Paolo Manasse, University of Bologna – "Fiscal Adjustment and Internal Devaluation", presentation here
  • Marcello Messori, LUISS – "European banking union and Italy: Design issues, financial fragmentation, impact on the Italian banking sector", presentation here
  • Fabiano Schivardi, LUISS & EIEF – "The role of equity finance for firms’ growth", presentation here
  • Guntram Wolff, Bruegel – "Next steps on the road to a European Banking Union", presentation here

This event was co-organised with the Italian Treasury

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