Europe’s Crisis: Economic and Political Perspectives with Martin Wolf


Date: Oct 16, 2014

Europe successfully escaped a debt crisis in 2012, but still faces myriad challenges. Youth unemployment is at an all-time high, growth is stagnating and we are facing the prospect of a lost decade (or more). Political challenges are also mounting – calling into question the viability of the union. This panel discussion will consider both the economic and political challenges facing Europe today and the prospects for Europe going forward. A public reception will follow the event.

Speaker:
Martin Wolf, Chief Economics Commentator at the Financial Times

Discussants:
Victoria de Grazia, Moore Collegiate Professor of History & Director, Blinken European Institute
Jan Svejnar, James T. Shotwell Professor of Global Political Economy & Director, Center on Global Economic Governance

Moderator: Merit Janow, Dean, Columbia SIPA

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Date: Oct 16, 2014

Europe successfully escaped a debt crisis in 2012, but still faces myriad challenges. Youth unemployment is at an all-time high, growth is stagnating and we are facing the prospect of a lost decade (or more). Political challenges are also mounting – calling into question the viability of the union. This panel discussion will consider both the economic and political challenges facing Europe today and the prospects for Europe going forward. A public reception will follow the event.

Speaker:
Martin Wolf, Chief Economics Commentator at the Financial Times

Discussants:
Victoria de Grazia, Moore Collegiate Professor of History & Director, Blinken European Institute
Jan Svejnar, James T. Shotwell Professor of Global Political Economy & Director, Center on Global Economic Governance

Moderator: Merit Janow, Dean, Columbia SIPA

Click here to view the video. Click here to view photos.

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