Governance economica dell’Ue: proposte e prospettive di riforma
The debate on how to reform and strengthen the EU’s economic governance has started again thanks, inter alia, to new proposals presented by the European Commission. At stake is the Union’s capacity to equp itself with more effective structures and mechanisms in light of the changes in the economic landscape and the repeated crises that have hit the European economy. Italy, which is facing a number of structural problems, including a growing indebtness, is vitally interested in the outcome of this debate. Will the Union be up to this challenge? How is the debate developing among the member state? What are Italy’s policy priorities?
These issues will be at the centre of the meeting which will involve experts and istitutional representatives. The debate will focus, in particular, on two topics: the European Commission’s proposals for the reform of the Pact of Stability and Growth with an introductory presentation by Marco Buti, Head of Cabinet of Commissioner for Economy, Paolo Gentiloni, and the prospects of completing the Economic and Monetary Union (EMU), with an introductory presentation by Gregorio De Felice, Chief Economist of Intesa Sanpaolo.