Co-organized by the Foundation for European Progressive Studies (FEPS), and Greenwich Political Economy Research Centre (GPERC). Location: University of Greenwich, King William Court, room KW302. Time: 16:00- 19:00.
We will present the findings of the FEPS-GPERC research project on secular stagnation and discuss how it can be addressed in Europe. Speakers include Dr Ernst Stetter (FEPS), Prof. Annamarie Simonazzi (University la Sapienza of Rome), Prof. Jan Fagerberg (University of Oslo), and Dr Alberto Botta (GPERC, University of Greenwich).
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