What a "post-crisis Europe" might look like?
What are the opportunities to rethink its economic, social and institutional architecture as well as to address the nagging democratic deficit that undermines its legitimacy as a democratic entity?
George Papaconstantinou is uniquely placed to offer commentary on the machinations of the Union and its internal behaviour. Appointed Minister of Finance of Greece in 2009, he played a key role in the crisis, negotiating the first bail-out with the Troika.
Declan Costello, Deputy Director-General, DG ECFIN and Laszlo Andor, SecGen FEPS will discuss the book by Papaconstantinou.
The book "WHATEVER IT TAKES - THE BATTLE FOR POST CRISIS EUROPE" will be on sale at 10€
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