Lecture series on: “Issues and challenges of European economic integration: a view from Economics and the Law”

Organized by FundaciĂłn RamĂłn Areces, IE Business School and IE Center of Excellence for European Studies.

PROGRAM:

February, 12: The Challenges of Growth and Employment in Advanced Economies

Dennis P. Lockhart

President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta.

March 4: Constitutional limits of European economic and monetary Integration

Constitutional limits of European economic and monetary Integration. A view from Germany

Frank Mayer. Professor of Public Law. Bielefeld University.

Constitutional limits of European economic and monetary Integration. A view from the European Union’s Institutions.

Alberto de Gregorio

Legal Service. European Council

Chair:

Daniel Sarmiento

Référendaire at the European Court of Justice

Professor of EU and Administrative Law (UCM)

March 19: The United Kingdom and a two-speeds European Union. A challenging relationship viewed from law

Paul Craig

Professor, Oxford University

Chair:

Daniel Sarmiento

Référendaire at the European Court of Justice

Professor of EU and Administrative Law (UCM)

April 8: The crisis as an incentive for change

José Borrell

Former President of European Parliament.

April 22: The European and constitutional dimensions of fiscal austerity policies

Violeta Ruiz Almendral

Référendaire Spanish Constitutional Court

Professor of Tax Law (UCM)

Chair: Alain Cuenca, Director of Public Economy at FUNCAS. Professor of Applied Economy. University of Zaragoza

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