EPC in the debate

Members of the EPC team regularly speak at conferences and seminars and moderate high-level publications in Brussels, EU Member States and beyond, and contribute to outside publications.

Chatham House Negotiation simulation
8 November 2017

Yann-Sven Rittelmeyer participated to a one-day simulation exercise on EU’s reactions to authoritarianism organised by the Europe Programme and the US and the Americas Programme at Chatham House (London).


METRO 8th Wednesday Social
8 November 2017

Janis Emmanouilidis discussed how the EU27 could exploit the current window of opportunity to re-energise the integration process and regain the trust of the citizens at the 8th edition of WSBRU (Wednesday Social Brussels) "Prospects for Europe, time for a new bargaign?", organised by METRO, in cooperation with European Movement International, Eurocommerce and Handelsbatt GLOBAL.


Future prospects for European agriculture
8 November 2017

Annika Hedberg contributed to an expert workshop that tested and discussed a future scenario for European agriculture, organised by IDDRI (Institut du développement durable et des relations internationales).


EU-Turkey Economic Relations
7 November 2017

Amanda Paul participated in a dinner discussion with the Economic Advisor to the President of Turkey, and businessmen from Turkey on EU-Turkey Economic Relations


Marshall Plan for Ukraine
7 November 2017

Amanda Paul spoke at a conference organised by the Ukraine World Congress on a Marshall Plan for Ukraine.


Moldova’s Future: East, West, or Somewhere in the Middle?
20 October 2017

Amanda Paul shared her observations on Moldova's future and its relations with the EU in a contribution for the blog of the German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMF).


Future of the EMU
20 October 2017

Fabian Zuleeg spoke about ‘The Future of the Economic and Monetary Union’ at the 8th Limassol Economic Forum, the biggest and most important business gathering in Cyprus.


EU budget and structural reforms
19 October 2017

On 19 October, Robin Huguenot-Noël presented the main findings of the EPC issue paper ‘Can the EU structural funds reconcile growth, solidarity and stability objectives?’ to scholars of the Europe’s Political Economy working group of the Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET). He also attended various economics training organised in the framework of the 2017 edition of the Festival for New Economic Thinking held in Edinburg (Scotland). 


The future of the EU budget
18 October 2017

Robin Huguenot-Noël spoke at the EU Budget Committee of Business Europe about prospects for reforms and the scope for growth-enhancing policies in the post-2020 multiannual financial framework (MFF).


Linking Cohesion Policy & economic governance
17 October 2017

Robin Huguenot-Noël and Alison Hunter presented the main findings of the recent EPC issue paper ‘Can the EU structural funds reconcile growth, solidarity and stability objectives?’ to over 60 EU regions gathered under the umbrella of the Lower Austria partnership initiative. The presentation was held at the premises of the Permanent Representation of Lower Saxony to the EU.


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