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EU Economic Governance

How does it work? Challenges, mechanisms and institutional framework

About the course

This interactive course is delivered by  experienced professionals and designed for participants to learn about EU economic governance, and how both the financial and euro crisis have impacted this policy area.

After a general introduction to the EU's economic policy and integration, practical sessions and exercises will explain participants how the European and euro area’s economic governance has evolved and will further cope with the ongoing challenges.

Main topics are:

  • Evolution of the EU’s economic integration
  • Economic and fiscal policy
  • Banking Union and Capital Markets Union
  • The role of the ECB and the extent of its mandate

Learning methodology

The programme combines training sessions on both substance and skills:

  • Interactive training sessions examining theoretical and practical aspects of EU economic governance;
  • A workshop and a case study;
  • Debates to promote networking and exchange experiences with lecturers and peers;
  • A feedback session to consolidate the knowledge.

Why participate?

  • Update and improve your knowledge and understanding of the EU’s economic governance and the recent reforms following the financial and euro crisis;
  • Explore the role of the EU’s economic policy and economic governance;
  • Find your way amidst the recent reforms so to understand the mechanics of EU economic governance;
  • Enjoy a unique opportunity to learn in a multicultural environment and extend your personal and professional networks.


14 Oct 2019 @ 09:00 am

16 Oct 2019 @ 06:00 pm

Duration: 2 days, 9 hours


College of Europe

Dijver 11-15



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College of Europe

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