June 16, 2023

Madrid, SPAIN



This roundatable organised with the Central Bank of Spain examined the EU’s Strategic Autonomy from a central banking perspective as well as from a global perspective.


Welcome address

Ángel Gavilán – DG Economics, Statistics and Research – Banco de España


The EU’s Open Strategic Autonomy from a Central Banking Perspective

Javier Pérez– Director, International Economics and Euro Area Department – Banco de España

Demosthenes Ioannou– European Central Bank


Open Strategic Autonomy: a Global Perspective – Round Table


José Juan Ruiz – President Real Instituto Elcano



Elina Ribakova – Peterson Institute for International Economics and Bruegel

Paola Subacchi – Global Policy Institute at Queen Mary, University of London, and Department of

Political and Social Sciences – Università di Bologna

Ousmène Jacques Mandeng – ACCENTURE and School of Public Policy at the London School of

Economics and Political Science


Open Strategic Autonomy: a view from Europe and Spain – Round Table


Carla Hobbs – European Council of Foreign Relations



Diego Rubio Rodríguez – Director, National Office of Foresight and Strategy

William Connell – Directorate-General for Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs

– European Commission

Katrin Kamin – Kiel Institute of the World Economy

Closing Remarks

 Marc Uzan – Executive Director, Reinventing Bretton Woods Committee

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