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7 
Sep
2015
10:00

Productivity, innovation and digitalisation: which global policy challenges?

How can new technologies help the global economy recover from the shocks of recent years? Can ICT and digital innovation improve productivity and create sustainable growth?

Speakers: Andrus Ansip, Robert Atkinson, Andreas Goerdeler, Scott Marcus, Eduardo Navarro de Carvalho, Karen E. Wilson and Guntram B. Wolff Topic: Innovation & Competition Policy
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7 
Sep
2015
15:15

Emerging markets and Europe: time for different relationships?

Now that Europe can focus on medium-term issues rather than crisis management, it is the right time to reassess relations with the emerging markets. While the US seems to be betting on Asia, through its famous “pivot” and TPP, Europe is far from having a clear strategy. This session will explore how to create a mutually beneficial relationship between Europe and the emerging markets.

Speakers: Muhamad Chatib Basri, Kemal Dervis, Alicia García-Herrero, André Sapir and Javier Solana Topic: Global Economics & Governance
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7 
Sep
2015
18:30

Bruegel's Annual Dinner

The Annual Dinner is a closed-door session which offers Bruegel members and partners the opportunity to discuss the European economics in a relaxed and intimate setting.

Speakers: Jean-Claude Trichet, Donald Tusk and Guntram B. Wolff
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8 
Sep
2015
09:00

Bruegel's Annual Conference

Bruegel's Annual Conference is a closed-door event with three panel discussions on banks and capital markets, growth perspectives, and monetary policy and central banking.

Speakers: Wassim Chourbaji, Zsolt Darvas, Anna Ekström, Luc Frieden, Otmar Issing, Joanne Kellermann, Rachel Lomax, Mario Monti, Alvaro Nadal, Jean Pisani-Ferry, Dirk Schoenmaker, Paul Sheard, Jean-Claude Trichet, Nicolas Véron and Guntram B. Wolff
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8 
Sep
2015
13:00

What future for Europe's social models?

Protests and strikes across the continent have shown that European publics are reluctant to accept major cuts in social spending, but what lies ahead for Europe's social models?

Speakers: Tito Boeri, Ylva Johansson and Guntram B. Wolff
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10 
Sep
2015
12:30

Making low-carbon technology support smarter

Combatting climate change on the global level will be much easier when abundant low-carbon technologies that are competitive in their cost and capabilities become available. But how can we encourage private companies to invest in low-carbon innovation?

Speakers: Georg Zachmann Topic: Energy & Climate
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28 
Sep
2015
10:00

Challenges for growth in Europe

The conference in Berlin will address two topics at the forefront of policy debates in Germany and Europe: stable growth and the energy transition.

Speakers: Rainer Baake, Bernd Biervert, Jean-Paul Bouttes, Luc Frieden, Michael Gerald Pollitt, Erik F. Nielsen, Georg Zachmann, Jeromin Zettelmeyer and Pierre Moscovici
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29 
Sep
2015
12:30

From start-up to scale-up: fueling growth firms in Europe

While there has been an increased policy focus on start-ups, few of these firms are able to survive and grow longer term. It is the high-growth businesses, ones that are able to scale-up, which create jobs and economic growth, drive innovation and improve societies. What are the barriers for young innovative firms to scale up and how can they be addressed?

Speakers: Sherry Coutu, Thomas Hellmann and Karen E. Wilson
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1 
Oct
2015
13:45

12th Asia Europe Economic Forum (AEEF)

This year's conference is entitled "Global Governance of Public Goods: Asian and European Perspectives".

Speakers: Chong-en Bai, Laurence Boone, Björn Conrad, Giancarlo Corsetti, Min Chang, Zsolt Darvas, Jos Delbeke, Jean-Francois Di Meglio, Andreas Esche, Joseph Francois, Kiyoto Ido, Sébastien Jean, Zhang Jun, Masahiro Kawai, Pascal Lamy, Il Houng Lee, Klaus Masuch, Yung Chul Park, Innwon Park, Guntram Wolff, Zhang Yan, Mitsutsune Yamaguchi and Naoyuki Yoshino
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5 
Oct
2015
09:00

Secular Stagnation in Europe and Japan

This is the 3rd conference in a series of events jointly organised by Graduate School of Economics, Kobe University and Bruegel

Speakers: Toshiki Jinushi, Guntram B. Wolff, Coen Teulings, Natacha Valla, Yoichi Matsubayashi, Masahiko Yoshii, Rainer Münz, Paul Swaim, Atsuko Ueda, Grégory Claeys, Naoyuki Yoshino, Juan F. Jimeno, Ryuzo Miyao, Xavier Ragot and Philipp Hartmann Topic: Global Economics & Governance
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28 
Oct
2015
08:15

Financial Stability Conference 2015

How to design the Future Financial System? Resolution Framework, Crisis Prevention and Capital Markets Union

Topic: Finance & Financial Regulation
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2 
Nov
2015
10:00

Structural Reforms: dynamic growth impact and policy challenge

What are the beneficial effects of product market reforms? What progress have Spain and Italy made in the past years and what challenges face them going forward? How should structural reforms be coordinated within the euro area?

Speakers: Helge Berger, Alessio Terzi and Romain Duval Topic: European Macroeconomics & Governance
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