Monday, January 9, 2012

NotreEurope - First meeting of the Padoa-Schioppa group on the reform of the EMU governance - Paris

The idea of setting-up a “Padoa-Schioppa group” is both a way of honoring Notre Europe’s former President and a way of keeping his ideas alive. This group will have the patronage of Jacques Delors and will be composed of high level experts sharing Padoa-Schioppa’s commitment to the single currency. The objective of the group is to define a roadmap for the reform of the EMU in the medium/long run. This will imply defining what should be done on a technical basis, clarifying the political feasibility of the reforms and their legal consequences.
The first meeting of the group will be held on the 20th December 2011, in the room “Tommaso Padoa-Schioppa” at Promontory Europe Office in Paris.

Members of the group

  • Henrik EnderleinGeneral coordinator, Research Associate at Notre Europe and Associate Dean at the Hertie School of Governance
  • Peter Bofinger, Member of the German Council of Economic Experts
  • Laurence Boone, Chief economist at Bank of America Merrill Lynch
  • Jean Pisani-Ferry, Director of Bruegel, Professor of Economics at Paris-Dauphine and member of the administrative council of Notre Europe
  • Paul de Grauwe, Professor of economics at the London School of Economics
  • Maria João Rodrigues, Former Minister for Employment and member of the administrative council of Notre Europe
  • Marc-Antoine Lacroix, Director of Promontory Financial Group France
  • Jean-Claude Piris, Former Director General of the Legal service of the Council of the EU
  • André Sapir, Professor of Economics at Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB) and senior fellow at Bruegel
  • António Vitorino, President of Notre Europe and former European Commissioner for Justice and Internal Affairs

Members of the Steering Committee:

  • Yves Bertoncini , Secretary-general of Notre Europe
  • Sofia Fernandes, Researcher in economic and social affairs at Notre Europe
  • Eulalia Rubio, Senior researcher at Notre Europe in economic and social affairs, European budget


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