Author: Ermees

November 22th, 2016 – European Meetings of Strasbourg  (workshop)

This year again, the ERMEES economists from BETA took part in the 11th RV européens de Strasbourg, which took place during the week of 21 November 2016 on the theme “Europe: where are your values?”, by organizing two events on Tuesday 22 November 2016: a workshop and a public conference. The workshop entitled “What future for the labor market in the EU? ” took place at the Council of Europe  under the chairmanship of Amélie Barbier-Gauchard, with: Alfonso ARPAIA (Economist, European Commission, DG Employment and Social Affairs, Unit A-3: Country reforms): Labor market and wages in Europe / Heterogeneity...

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December 13th, 2016 – Georges SARAFOPOULOS

Georges Sarafopoulos is Professor of Mathematics in the Department of Economics of the Democratic University of Thrace. He is a graduate of the Department of Mathematics of the Aristote University of Thessaloniki (1982), holder of a DEA (Fournier Institute of the University of Grenoble, 1985) and a Doctorate in Mathematics (Claude Bernard University, Lyon, 1993). He has served as a professor at the Académie de Lyon and as a contributor to the Department of Economics and Management at the Louis Pasteur University in Strasbourg. He also participated in the research and geometry research team URA 746 of the C.N.R.S...

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Wokshop   Macroeconomics Workshop “The Euro Crisis: Where Do We Stand?” Friday October 16th, 2015, Strasbourg The University of Strasbourg, the Bureau of Economic Theory and Applications (BETA-CNRS, UMR 7522) and the ERMEES research team are delighted to announce a one-day workshop on macroeconomic issues raised by the euro crisis, to be held on Friday October 16th, 2015 in Strasbourg. This workshop aims at providing some perspectives on the current crisis in the eurozone from a macroeconomic point of view. As a matter of fact, the euro crisis is not only due to financial causes. Several macroeconomic imbalances have played a major role in the burst and in the deepening of the euro crisis. These factors have been magnified by an incomplete monetary architecture and are the underlying causal mechanisms of the euro crisis. Among these contributing factors, we can quote exchange rate misalignments, inflation rate differentials, housing markets dynamics and private sector indebtedness. The aim of this workshop is to produce high quality debates in which macroeconomists will explore the consequences of the euro crisis. We invite the submission of papers on various topics related to the euro crisis; both empirical and theoretical papers are welcome. All presentations and discussions will be in English. Paper topics include:  Fiscal Policy, Public Finance Sustainability, Fiscal discipline Monetary Policy, Monetary and Financial Integration External Imbalances (Current Account Balances, Exchange Rates) Exit...

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