PANEL DISCUSSIONS

Cournot Centre

16 December 2015 - 6pm

Would France Be Better Off with Two Germanys?

ESCP EUROPE - PARIS 11

Speakers: Robert Boyer (Institute of the Americas), Ekkehard Ernst (International Labour Organization), Baptiste Françon (University of Lorraine), Bernard Gazier (Université Paris I ; Cournot Centre), Xavier Ragot (OFCE)

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Robert Boyer (Institut des amériques)

Ekkehard Ernst (Organisation internationale du travail)

Baptiste Françon (Université de Lorraine)

Bernard Gazier (Université Paris I ; Centre Cournot)

Xavier Ragot (OFCE)

ESCP Europe
79, Avenue de la République - 75011 Paris
Salle 5119, Bâtiment 3, 1e étage


Métro : RUE DE SAINT-MAUR (LIGNE 3)
http://www.escpeurope.eu

16 December 2014 – 4:30 pm

Does Social Democracy Have Economic Foundations?

79, avenue de la République, Paris

Speakers: Jean-Louis Beffa (Cournot Foundation, Lazard), Olivier Boylaud (Spezadenn), Bernard Gazier (Cournot Centre, University of Paris I), Xavier Ragot (OFCE), Udo Rehfeldt (IRES), Jean-Marc Vittori (Les Echos)

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Presentation Gazier/Boylaud (1.3 MiB)

5 pm – The Microeconomic Foundations of Social Democracy

Jean-Louis Beffa (Cournot Foundation, Lazard), Bernard Gazier (Cournot Centre, University of Paris I), Udo Rehfeldt (IRES – Institut de recherches économiques et sociales)







6:30 pm – The Political and Macroeconomic Trajectories of Social Democracy

Xavier Ragot (OFCE), Jean-Marc Vittori (Les Echos)

8 June 2012 – 2.30 pm

Redefining Potential Growth

Centre Cournot - Paris

Round table with Olivier Boylaud (Spezadenn), Ekkehard Ernst (BIT) et Xavier Timbeau (OFCE).

Presentation Ekkehard Ernst (570.9 KiB)

7 December 2011

Europe’s Economic Crisis - Transatlantic Perspectives
Panel Discussions and Book Launch

Washington, D.C.

Chaired by Robert Solow (M.I.T.)
Organized with the Center for Transatlantic Relations, Johns Hopkins University-SAIS, EU Center of Excellence, Washington, DC

Nobel Laureate Robert M. Solow and other distinguished experts discuss Europe’s economic challenges. Will Europe’s economic crisis be remembered as the moment when the EU finally cracked? Or as the spur to a more integrated and competitive Union? What does it mean for the United States? View the new release of the French translation: La crise économique européenne : Perspectives Transatlantiques, edited by Robert M. Solow and Daniel S. Hamilton

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Welcome and Introduction of New Book

Daniel Hamilton, Director, Center for Transatlantic Relations



Robert Solow, President, Cournot Centre



Morning Session I

Europe’s Economic Crisis: Transatlantic Perspectives
Martin Baily, Brookings Institution



Hans-Helmut Kotz, Harvard University



Benjamin Friedman, Harvard University



Question and Answer Session



Morning Session II

Europe’s Economic Crisis: Implications for Europe’s Future
• David Calleo, Johns Hopkins University SAIS



John Gabriel Goddard, World Bank



Daniel Hamilton, Johns Hopkins University SAIS



Question and Answer Session

19 October 2010

The Feasibility of European Monetary and Fiscal Policies

Johns Hopkins University, Kenney Auditorium, 1740 Massachusetts Ave., NW, Washington, D.C.

Organized with Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies

Intervenants: Martin Baily (Brookings Institution), David Calleo (Johns Hopkins), John Gabriel Goddard (World Bank), Dan Hamilton (Johns Hopkins), Jacob Kirkegaard (Peterson Institute), Hans-Helmut Kotz (Harvard University), Xavier Ragot (CNRS), Jérôme Vandenbussche (FMI)

This conference will explore macroeconomic policy coordination in Europe. How well have EU member states responded to the economic crises? How well can they work together to advance structural reforms that can provide the basis for future European growth?

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Welcome and Introduction to the Conference

Robert Solow, Président, Cournot Centre for Economic Studies
Daniel Hamilton, Directeur, Center for Transatlantic Relations, Johns Hopkins University – SAIS



European Monetary and Fiscal Policy: Transatlantic Perspectives

• Martin Baily, Brookings Institution

Presentation Martin Baily (249.4 KiB)



Jacob Kirkegaard, Peterson Institute for International Economics

Presentation Jacob Kirkegaard (424.4 KiB)



Hans-Helmut Kotz, Harvard University



Xavier Ragot, CNRS – French National Center for Scientific Research

Presentation Xavier Ragot (19.5 KiB)



The Feasibility of European Economic Policies

David Calleo, Johns Hopkins University – SAIS


John Gabriel Goddard, The World Bank

Presentation John-Gabriel Goddard (463.3 KiB)



Daniel Hamilton, Center for Transatlantic Relations, Johns Hopkins University-SAIS



Jérôme Vandenbussche, Fond Monétaire International

Presentation Jérôme Vandenbussche (43.7 KiB)



Questions and Answers



9 February 2009

Appeal: Towards a Common Fiscal Policy: Relaunching the Euro-zone Economies

Berlin

Jean-Louis Beffa (Saint-Gobain), Gerhard Illing (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, Munich), Inge Kaul (Hertie School of Governance), Günther Schmid (W.Z.B.), Robert Solow (M.I.T.)

Towards a Common Fiscal Policy: Relaunching the Eurozone Economies (57.8 KiB)

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27 February 2008

A Call for a European Macroeconomic Policy

Munich

Jean-Louis Beffa (Saint-Gobain), Robert Boyer (E.H.E.S.S.), Bernard Gazier (University of Paris I), Gerhard Illing (Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich), Robert Solow (M.I.T.)

5 December 2007

The Search for a Macroeconomic Policy for Europe

Munich

Jean-Louis Beffa (Saint-Gobain), Robert Boyer (E.H.E.S.S.), Edouard Challe (C.N.R.S.), Gerhard Illing (Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich), Xavier Ragot (C.N.R.S.), Robert Solow (M.I.T.), Eloïse Stéclebout (European Central Bank)

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