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Sofia Fernandes

Sofia Fernandes

Senior Research Fellow. Economic and social affairs
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Eulalia Rubio

Senior Research Fellow. Economic and social affairs, european budget.
The Jacques Delors Institute’s work on the euro is inspired by the thinking of Jacques Delors and Tommaso Padoa-Schioppa, two of the single currency’s founding fathers. In a context of crisis in the euro zone, Notre Europe-Jacques Delors ...
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Solidarity within the Eurozone: how much, what for, for how long?
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Euro and Economic Governance

Looking for the silver bullet – A guide to the ESM debate

The reform of the ESM has become a focal point of the debate on the future of economic and monetary union. Under the label of this reform, a wide variety of proposals is discussed: debt restructuring; a possible backstop for banking union; the future ...

05/12/2017 Policy paper - Lucas Guttenberg

The relaunch of Europe - Enrico Letta in Challenges

"Les conseils d'Arnaud Montebourg pour relancer l'Europe". The French newspaper Challenges quotes Enrico Letta, president of the Jacques Delors Institute.

04/12/2017 Interview - Enrico Letta

Convergence: Are the Eurozone Countries Too Different?

The crisis has made some of long existing economic differences between Eurozone members more acute. An important question is how to relaunch convergence in the Eurozone. In what areas should the member states converge? What differences could or ...

22/11/2017 - Anna auf dem Brinke

Low Interest Rates: Is the ECB’s Policy Correct?

Over the past year, the European Central Bank has implemented a low interest rate policy in order to revive the economy and stabilise inflation in the euro area. However, these measures do not come without risk: Critics fear the formation of ...

22/11/2017 - Philipp Ständer

Banking Union: How Stable Are Europe’s Banks?

The euro crisis was a full-blown banking crisis. The Banking Union was thus created precisely to break the vicious circle of ailing banks and weak government finances in the Eurozone.How stable are Europe’s banks almost eight years after the start ...

22/11/2017 - Philipp Ständer

Leaving the Euro: An Emergency Exit for the Currency Union?

The euro does not provide its members with any option to leave. Why was the euro designed as a oneway street? What would be the consequences of an exit option? And what alternatives are there to an exit?

22/11/2017 - Jörg Haas
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