Start om: 19:30 uur
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Europe -and the world- is fighting the consequences of an invisible to the naked eye enemy. For the first time since the establishment of the Schengen area, countries had closed their borders again and started to take national measures, which are comparable but somehow differ per state. This coronavirus brings with a lot of insecurity, however we do know that the world economy is suffering from this and that the EU -the Eurozone countries in specific- has not yet found consensus on how to solve the financial consequences of the corona measures and prevent or reduce the chances of an economic crisis.
On the 30th of June, dr. Greg Fuller will enlighten us on the current discussion on debt and economic recovery, more specifically whether or not to take on debt in the form of Eurobonds. He will additionally shed light on what in his opinion would be the preferable outcome of this discussion followed by a Q&A session in which he will try to answer our burning questions.
Dr. Greg Fuller is a professor at the University of Groningen in the field of International Relations. With an expertise in – among others – International Economics, International Political Economy and European Political Economy, his current main research focus is the response of the EU to the (economic) consequences of the Coronavirus.
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