The Euro-Crisis: Any way out? (Seamus O’Cleireacain)


Date: Oct 25, 2011

Part of the Euro-Crisis Brown Bag Series
A talk by SIPA Professor Seamus O’ Cleireacain

Please join the European Student Association (ESA) and the Blinken European Institute in the third event of a series regarding the crisis in the Eurozone.

Seamus O’Cleireacain is professor of economics at Purchase College. He holds a position as adjunct professor of economics and adjunct professor of international and public affairs at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs. He has served as consultant and advisor to the United Nations, the State Department, the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, the U.K. Department of Trade and Industry, and the Japanese Foreign Ministry’s Japan Foundation Center for Global Partnership. A specialist on international economic policy, European economic integration, including European Monetary Union, US-EU relations, and trade policy, he is the author of numerous publications. He was the director of the US-EC Seminars held by the Institute for the Study of Europe, Columbia University and he has been in charge of the Ford Foundation’s Program in International Economics and Development.

As part of the student program offerings, the European Students Association at SIPA, is hosting a series of small talks focused on the financial crisis in the Eurozone countries and its various political, economic, social and culture implications in Europe and on a larger, global framework. The events intend to offer the variety of perspectives through discussions – with prestigious leaders and policy makers that represent different actors across borders – that will involve the student body and other members of the academic community and will draw conclusions that will help us understand the crisis at different levels, as this continues unfolding.

Date: Oct 25, 2011

Part of the Euro-Crisis Brown Bag Series
A talk by SIPA Professor Seamus O’ Cleireacain

Please join the European Student Association (ESA) and the Blinken European Institute in the third event of a series regarding the crisis in the Eurozone.

Seamus O’Cleireacain is professor of economics at Purchase College. He holds a position as adjunct professor of economics and adjunct professor of international and public affairs at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs. He has served as consultant and advisor to the United Nations, the State Department, the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, the U.K. Department of Trade and Industry, and the Japanese Foreign Ministry’s Japan Foundation Center for Global Partnership. A specialist on international economic policy, European economic integration, including European Monetary Union, US-EU relations, and trade policy, he is the author of numerous publications. He was the director of the US-EC Seminars held by the Institute for the Study of Europe, Columbia University and he has been in charge of the Ford Foundation’s Program in International Economics and Development.

As part of the student program offerings, the European Students Association at SIPA, is hosting a series of small talks focused on the financial crisis in the Eurozone countries and its various political, economic, social and culture implications in Europe and on a larger, global framework. The events intend to offer the variety of perspectives through discussions – with prestigious leaders and policy makers that represent different actors across borders – that will involve the student body and other members of the academic community and will draw conclusions that will help us understand the crisis at different levels, as this continues unfolding.

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