Event:

The future of Europe: variable geometry – how can unity be preserved in an increasingly diversified world? (WP1215)

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The conference focused on the implications of closer Eurozone integration for key policy areas:

  • The single market, especially financial services, fiscal and bank regulation
  • Foreign policy
  • Global competitiveness
  • Institutional development, democratic legitimacy and accountability

It addressed the impact on external views of the EU (the G-2-, BRICS, investors) and look at how the EU can exert more influence in the changing global economic order.


“I am persuaded that a frank and open dialogue, by contributing to better mutual understanding, is the best ingredient of international cooperation. In this respect, Wilton Park deserves the highest praise for its outstanding contribution on how to meet the hard challenges the world is facing today.”

Juan Carlos Martinez Oliva, Visiting Fellow, Peterson Institute for International Economics
Date:
Mon 4 - Wed 6 February, 2013
Venue:

Wiston House

Wilton Park
Wiston House, Steyning
West Sussex
BN44 3DZ
+44 (0) 1903 815 020
For more information see Your stay at Wilton Park

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Event no:
WP1215
Themes:
Global economy, Multilateral institutions, key countries and regions
Tags:
economic, economy, EU, finance, financial regulation

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Contacts

Robin Hart: Programme Director

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