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ONLINE! EU Economic Governance

How does the Eurozone work? From crisis response to solidifying the institutional framework

This interactive course is delivered by  experienced professionals and designed for participants to learn about EU economic governance, and how fluctuations in the financial markets in recent years have impacted the economies of the individual countries of the euro-area as well as its central governance at EU-level.

After a general introduction to the EU's current economic policies and integration efforts, practical online sessions and exercises will help participants understand how the European and euro area’s economic governance has evolved and will further cope with ongoing challenges such as the recent decline of financial markets in the wake of the worldwide pandemic caused by Covid-19.

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
  • How the EU is equipped to handle economic and financial crises
  • The European Union's Multiannual Financial Framework

Learning methodology

The course will take place on Cisco Webex Training/ Meetings combined with MS Teams, which allows for a highly interactive online learning.
Participants will be able to:

• See the trainers and their peers,
• Follow the lectures and presentations,
• Have access to interactive whiteboards,
• Take part in different activities in groups or together.

Moreover, they will be able to interact with trainers and other participants through a feedback panel, and Q&A and chat tools. All in all, it will create a unique virtual space for learning, networking and interaction.

The programme combines training sessions on both substance and skills:

  • Interactive online training sessions examining theoretical and practical aspects of EU economic governance;
  • Online debates to promote networking and exchange experiences with lecturers and peers.

Why participate?

  • Update and improve your knowledge and understanding of the EU’s economic governance and the reforms taken in the wake of the financial crises;
  • Explore the role of the EU’s economic policy and economic governance on national economies;
  • Find your way amidst the recent developments in financial markets;
  • Enjoy a unique opportunity to learn in a multicultural environment and extend your personal and professional networks;
  • Join the exclusive LinkedIn group for the alumni of the course.

COVID-19 NOTE

In line with the changing protocol surrounding the COVID-19 and the recommendations from Belgian authorities, the course team is mostly working remotely.

We remain entirely committed to offer our services while ensuring at the same time the health, safety and well-being of our community. The 'EU Economic Governance' training course will take place from 12 to 14 October 2020 in an online format.

You can find the full programme and practical information in the webpages above.

Should you have any questions, do not hesitate to reach out to us at EUEconomicGovernance@

With kindest regards,
The 'EU Economic Governance' Team

When

12 Oct 2020 @ 09:00 am

14 Oct 2020 @ 05:00 pm

Duration: 2 days, 8 hours


Where

Belgium


Organised by

College of Europe

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