This year, FEPS is partner of the Annual conference of the European Association of the Young Economists which takes place at the University Libre de Bruxelles on from the 11th to the 13th of April. Over three days, about 180 papers on frontier topics in economics will be presented and discussed.
In the framework of such conference, FEPS co-organises ‘Policy Evening’ on Thursday 11 April with Paul Collier and László Andor.
The event starts with the presentation of three academic papers on European banking and supervision and, after the plenary session with Collier, the invited policy experts will join the 190 young European economist for a networking dinner and beer tasting with the Brussels Beer Project.
To attend as policy expert RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org
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