IN SEARCH OF SMART, SUSTAINED AND INCLUSIVE GROWTH – THE ROLE OF GLOBAL AND EUROPEAN INSTITUTIONS
2017-03-27 at 08:30
At a point when economic, social and ecological challenges put policy makers to a test, quantitative and qualitative approaches currently used to support policy interventions have proven less solid and useful than would be desirable. REBOOT, a project launched by a group of UK universities, is designed with a view to rectifying this situation. This conference aims at establishing research cooperation with Swedish and other European universities on one aspect: the role of institutions for growth.
The conference is timely as the European Commission days before the conference is expected to publish a White Paper on the future of the EU, which is bound to address missing institutions in the Eurozone. The recent rejection of the global market economy and the free movement of people by American and British voters have also highlighted the lack of proper global institutions to manage unsustainable trade imbalances, migration and other issues, raising other research questions.
A first conference 28 November last year successfully established research cooperation on how to include the financial system in existing models and in new agent-based models. This second conference on the role of institutions will focus on qualitative approaches.
0900 THE NEED FOR DEVELOPED GLOBAL AND EUROPEAN INSTITUTIONS
The session will focus on the White Paper by the European Commission and the challenges to the Global Market Economy
Chair: Visiting Professor Dr Ulf Dahlsten,LSE
Dr Paulina Dejmek-Hack, Member of the Cabinet of the President of the European Commission will present the White Paper
Professor Karolina Ekholm,State Secretary, Ministry of Finance a on the Swedish perspective
Daniel Tarschys, Professor
10.30 COFFEE BREAK
11.00 SYSTEMIC CHALLENGES AND MISSING INSTITUTIONS
Chair: Professor Örjan Sjöberg, HHS
Professor Pascal Petit, Université Paris Nord on missing institutions
Professor Magnus Ryner,Head of Department, King’s College on Post-Bretton Woods collective action problems in a European context
Visiting Professor Ulf Dahlsten,LSE on global market governance
12.30 WORKSHOP (with sandwich lunch) by separate invitation only
The role of institutions .Chair: Magnus Ryner
Scientific Committee: Dr Ulf Dahlsten, Visiting Professor, London School of Economics, Dr Örjan Sjöberg , Professor,Stockholm School of Economics and Dr Magnus Ryner, Professor and Head of Department, King’s College, London.