Global Governance

4 December 2012 : "Saying no to neo-liberal Europe, Opening other perspectives» with Henri Sterdyniak

The Circle also welcomed Henri Sterdyniak, Head of Department at French OFCE, on the theme "Saying no to neo-liberal Europe, Opening other perspectives". Henri Sterdyniak was Co-president of the Appaled Economists, Head of the ‘Economics of Globalisation’ department at the OFCE (Observatoire français des conjonctures économiques), Paris.

Third Roundtable of the Next Left Economic Circle - The Euro crisis and the need for an alternative economic policy package for the Euro area, with guest speaker Engelbert Stockhammer

The Foundation for European Progressive Studies (FEPS) and the Global Progressive Forum (GPF) launched the Next Left Economic Circle in September 2011. The Next Left Economic Circle roundtables intend to gather progressive economists from European institutions, civil society organisations and private businesses insisting on the need to assess the theoretical bases underlying economic policy proposals.

Second roundtable - "Public Debt Crisis in Europe: urgent solutions and long-term remedies" - December 8

The second Rountable of the Next Left Economic Circle was held on December 8th 2011 and was entitled Public Debt Crisis in Europe: urgent solutions and long-term remedies, with Guest Speaker Laurent Cordonnier.

Document: Article by Laurent Cordonnier in "Le Monde Diplomatique"

1st Roundtable of the Next Left Economic Circle - Eckarhd Hein: From coordinated to differentiated Economic policies : For a stronger Europe.

The first Lunch Debate of the Next Left Economic Circle was organized on September 21st in the European Parliament, and entitled From coordinated to differentiated Economic policies : For a stronger Europe.

Global Governance

Several pressing global issues highlight the urgency of finding a way forward. These global challenges are indicative of three core sets of problems we face - those concerned with sharing our planet (Global warming, biodiversity and ecosystem losses, water deficits); sustaining our life-chances (poverty, conflict prevention, global infectious diseases); and managing our rulebooks (nuclear proliferation, toxic waste disposal, intellectual property rights, genetic research rules, trade rules, finance and tax rules).

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