6 March – The State of the European Economy: the 2012 EEAG Report
Note! New venue
The European sovereign debt crisis has put the euro area in turmoil and has resulted in an acceleration of the European integration process. On March 6, a group of prominent economists will present their annual report, The European Economic Advisory Group (EEAG) Report on the European Economy 2012. The report will also deal with the regulation of the financial markets, energy and climate affairs, as well as discuss why the Swedish economy, despite the crisis, hitherto has performed comparatively well.
Lars Calmfors, Professor of International Economics, Institute for International Economics (IIES), Stockholm University, and member of the EEAG group.
John Hassler, Professor of Economics, Institute for International Economics (IIES), Stockholm University, and member of the EEAG group.
Annika Winsth, Chief Economist, Nordea
Erik Åsbrink, former Minister for Finance (The Social Democratic Party)
Anna Stellinger, Head of Agency, Sieps
Time: Tuesday March 6, 2012, 09.00-11.00. Registration/coffee from 08.40
Venue: World Trade Center, (conference room New York), Klarabergsviadukten 70 / Kungsbron 1, Stockholm
The number of participants allowed is limited, but booked seat can be signed away. Please report change of name.
The seminar is arranged in collaboration with the Centre for Business and Policy Studies, SNS. The seminar is free of charge and all participants receive a copy of the report.
The seminar is full and sign-up is closed.
Signups closed for this Seminarium
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