Speaker: Andrew Farlow, Research Fellow in Economics and an Oxford Martin Senior Fellow, Oxford Martin School, University of Oxford, UK
Date: March 16, 2017
Time: 2:00 pm-3:30 pm
Location: B423 Juxian Hall, Zhixin Building, Central Campus
Sponsor: the School of Economics
The Euro crisis: Is there any escape? The countries of the Eurozone have experienced their very own form of financial crisis. Why have the problems in the Eurozone been so protracted and so difficult to resolve? It seems that the fundamental dilemmas built into the Eurozone at the very start have come back to haunt today's policy makers. Will the UK's move to exit the EU add some extra difficulties? Can the Eurozone escape its troubles? All ways out seem to involve compromise that some of the parties are unwilling to make. What are the chances the Eurozone will collapse?
Andrew Farlow, a Research Fellow in Economics and an Oxford Martin Senior Fellow at the Oxford Martin School. His research interests include Global Health and Financial Markets.
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Edited by: Zhao Yan