Greater Cohesion In An Increasingly Fractured World: Where Now For The European Project? Report on the EUROFRAME 2019 Conference : Report on the EUROFRAME 2019 Conference
Revue de l'OFCE
Paris : Presses de Sciences Po
85 - 93 p.
European Project, Economic policy issues, Conference
“Greater cohesion in an increasingly fractured world: Where now for the European project?”. This was the theme of the 16th EUROFRAME Conference on economic policy issues in the European Union, which was held on 7 June 2019 in Dublin. EUROFRAME is a network of European economic institutes that includes: DIW Berlin and IfW Kiel (Germany), WIFO (Austria), ETLA (Finland), OFCE (France), ESRI (Ireland), PROMETEIA (Italy), CPB (Netherlands), CASE (Poland) and the NIESR (United Kingdom). Since 2004, EUROFRAME has organized an annual conference on an important subject for Europe’s economies. In 2019, 27 researchers made presentations, most of which are available on the conference website. This article provides a summary of the work presented and discussed during the conference.