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Prof. Dr. Harald Sander

Prof. Dr. Harald Sander

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Europe at the Crossroads: The Future of the Euro Area and Europe

PODIUMSDISKUSSION / PANEL DISCUSSION, 15. Januar 2016

Blick auf den Kölner Dom mit Europaflagge (Bild: Stadt Köln)

The Jean Monnet Chair “Europe in the Global Economy”, the Faculty of Business, Economics and Law and the International Office of TH Köln invite all faculty and students to the Jean Monnet Chair special public panel discussion “Europe at the Crossroads: The Future of the Euro Area and Europe”.

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Europe at the Crossroads:
The Future of the Euro Area and Europe

PODIUMSDISKUSSION / PANEL DISCUSSION

Wann?

  • 15. Januar 2016
  • 15.00 Uhr bis 17.00 Uhr

Wo?

Südstadt Campus
Claudiusstraße 1
Mevissensaal

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Panel Discussion's Guests:
• Prof. Dr. András Inotai, former President of the Institute for World Economy, Budapest
• Prof. Hans-Helmut Kotz, Center for European Studies, Harvard and SAFE Policy Center, Goethe U, former Board Member Bundesbank, in charge of Financial Stability and Markets
• Prof. Dr. Alojzy Nowak, Pro-Rector of the University of Warsaw
• Mr. Willem Noë, EU Commission, Directorate General NEAR
• Prof. Dr. Harald Sander (Moderator), Jean Monnet Chair at TH Köln

Anmeldung

Please send a short note to andrea.droste@th-koeln.de (Ref: EU Panel) if you intend to
attend the event so we can make sure that a seat will be reserved for you.

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The public panel discussion is held in the English language. It is followed by a reception and debate, including food and drinks.


The European Union is going through some of the biggest challenges in its history.
The Euro crisis is still looming. The UK is heading towards a referendum on a potential exit
from the EU. And nationalism abounds in many member countries.

• Is the European vision of an ”ever closer union” an idea of the past?
• Will nationalist movements endanger the European project?
• Will Europe be able to develop a more stable and coherent governance?

The Jean Monnet Chair at TH Köln invites you to a public discussion on these and more issues
with prominent international panelists:
• Prof. Dr. András Inotai, former President of the Institute for World Economy, Budapest
• Prof. Hans-Helmut Kotz, Harvard University and former Deputy President of the
Deutsche Bundesbank for Financial Stability
• Prof. Dr. Alojzy Nowak, Pro-Rector of the University of Warsaw
• Mr. Willem Noë, EU Commission, Directorate General NEAR
• Prof. Dr. Harald Sander (Moderator), Jean Monnet Chair at TH Köln

The event will be followed by a reception allowing for further informal discussions.

Please send a short note to andrea.droste@th-koeln.de (Ref: EU Panel) if you intend to
attend the event so we can make sure that a seat will be reserved for you.

What is the Jean Monnet Chair?
In 2014, the EU's Executive Agency for Education, Audiovisual and Culture awarded Professor Dr. Harald Sander of the Faculty of Business, Economics and Law a three-year Jean Monnet Chair on “Europe in the Global Economy”. The Chair focuses on education and research on Europe’s economy and actively seeks to establish sustainable research networks both within Europe and between Europe and other continents. Its aim is to promote and disseminate in-depth knowledge of European economic affairs.

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