The Euro, Eurozone and Its Architecture

Conference Date Location
What is the Paradigm of the Global Economy Today? April 15, 2016 Washington D.C., USA
Bretton Woods: The Next 70 Years September 4, 2015 Ankara, Turkey
Economic, Financial and Monetary Shifts in the Global Economy May 21, 2015 Astana, Kazakhstan
Groundbreaking Shifts in the International Financial System April 17, 2015 Washington D.C., USA
Beyond the Euro Crisis December 10, 2014 Rome, Italy
Secular Stagnation, Fragmentation of Interdependence or Emergence of a Multipolar World? October 10, 2014 Washington DC, USA
Putting europe on a sustainable growth path November 14, 2013 Luxembourg, Luxembourg
The Great Experimentation with Unconventional Monetary and Financial Policy July 3-4, 2013 Cusco, Peru
World Anticrisis Conference May 22-24, 2013 Astana, Kazakhstan
International Financial Integration and Fragmentation Drivers and Policy Responses March 12, 2013 Madrid, Spain
The State of Play in the Euro Area: Fixing the EMU for the Long Term January 21, 2013 Florence, Italy
The Segmentation Century: The End of the Bretton Woods Era? November 19, 2012 Beijing, China
Adjusting the World to the New Realities of the International Financial System October 12, 2012 Tokyo, Japan
The Eurozone of Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow July 3-4, 2012 Florence, Italy
The Existential Crisis of the International Financial Architecture May 24, 2012 Astana, Kazakhstan
Negative Feedback Loop between the Sovereign Risk and the Banking Risk : Origins, Remedies and Outcome March 2, 2012 Dublin, Ireland
Giving International Finance an Adequate Architecture January 18-19, 2012 Mexico City, Mexico
Roundtable of the Euro50 Group and Reinventing Bretton Woods Committee on the Eurozone Crisis and the International Monetary System December 9, 2011 Paris, France
A Global Financial Architecture in Transition October 19, 2011 Beijing, China
40 Years after the Breakdown of the Bretton Woods System: A New Geography of International Finance? September 25, 2011 Washington DC, USA