Experts from academia, finance, regulation media and policy will come together at Brown University on Tuesday, April 17, for a series of discussions about the global financial crisis, the European Union and the future of the euro. Co-sponsored by Brown, the Watson Institute and The Rhodes Center for International Economics and Finance, “The Failure of the Euro? Causes and Consequences for Europe and Beyond” has been organized by Watson Institute faculty fellow Mark Blyth and Ross Levine, the James and Merryl Tisch Professor of Economics in Brown’s Economics Department. Cornel Ban, the deputy director of development Studies will present on the comparison between past financial crises in the Global South and the European crisis today.
A complete schedule and a full list of participants can be found at watsoninstitute.org/euro
The entire day’s events will be streamed live online at brown.edu/web/livestream All are encouraged to follow along on Twitter (@watsoninstitute), and the event’s hashtag will be #browneuro.