IIEA Membership Details

Prices and Gift Cards

Sign Up to the IIEA Monthly Newsletter

Sitemap Find what you need quickly

Close

The European Crisis: An American View

null

Podcast Transcript Powerpoint

Comments 1-1 of 1

Post comment

 
Filipe AlvesFerreira says: 25 Oct 2012 19:47

European Crisis has the same origin of the World Economic Crisis because in Classic Economy folks have to make it with 3 actions : consumption, savings and investment. To resolve we have to upgrade with datevaluation actions. It means giving folks the free option for the personal creation of Web-Dynamic-Savings for better performe cash results solving needs and wants by MixedEconomicAction as you can imagine : http://live-savings4g3w.blogspot.com.es/p/meapiss-by-wave.html

Post a Comment

Name
Message
If you register as a user, you will be able to post comments without this CAPTCHA.
Type text into the box
 
Please keep your comments on the topic of the content, and avoid including links to external sites that are off-topic. Comments are moderated; those that are offensive, contain spam or are off-topic will not be published. There may be a delay between comments being submitted and comments being posted due to the moderation process, but we will keep this delay to a minimum. Such a delay does not automatically mean we have ignored or rejected your comment. Our aim is to build a community with online users who are informed and engage in healthy discussion. The IIEA does not accept any responsibility for any statement posted by a member on www.iiea.com. View the full comment guidelines and conditions here.

About this Event

19 Oct 2012 @ 12:45

Podcast:
Download the keynote audio podcast here

About the Speech:

In his presentation to the IIEA, Professor Summers developed on his recent arguments that “the right focus for Europe is on growth”, giving his perspective on the appropriate policy response to the Eurozone crisis.

About the Speaker:

Lawrence H. Summers is one of the world’s leading economists both in terms of academic output and work in public administration. He is President Emeritus of Harvard University. He has served as Director of the National Economic Council for the Obama Administration from 2009 to 2011 and Secretary of the Treasury of the United States for the Clinton Administration from 1999 to 2001. Since 1983 he has been a professor of economics in Harvard University faculty and he is currently the Charles W. Eliot University Professor at Harvard University. 

Theme: Economics and Finance 

Views: 2422

Video URL:
Embed Code:

Other Related

Associated Documents

  • No associated documents

Associated Publications

Economic Governance with Tight Constraints: Exploring implications for the Irish economy

EU Economic Policy Surveillance of Member States

Michael G Tutty examines the development of economic policy coordination and surveillance in the EU over the last 20 years.

Democratic Legitimacy and Accountability: The European Semester and the Irish Budget

The fifth paper published by the IIEA Economic Governance Group – ‘Democratic Legitimacy and Accountability: The European Semester and the Irish Budget’ by Alan Dukes.

Sovereignty and Globalisation

“Sovereignty and Globalisation”, was presented to the seminar by Philip Stephens, chief political commentator and Associate Editor of the Financial Times.

Why Does Ireland Have All Those European Referendums?

“Why Does Ireland Have All Those European Referendums?: A Look at Article 29.4 of the Irish Constitution”, is a development on a paper published in Irish Jurist in 2012. It is an in depth an extensive look at the legal issues surrounding Article 29.4 of the Irish constitution.

Shared Economic Sovereignty: Beneficial or Not and Who Decides?

A paper by Prof John O’Hagan on economic sovereignty. This paper was written for the the IIEA/McCann FitzGerald seminar ‘Economic Sovereignty in an Age of Globalisation and EU Integration’.

Reforming European Economic Governance

Annual Report 2012

Annual Report 2012

The Euro Crisis: Preservation or Dissolution? An existential crisis for the euro.

Preservation or Dissolution? An existential crisis for the euro.

The Euro Crisis: Refinancing the Irish bailout – the options post the June 2012 Summit

The Euro Crisis: Refinancing the Irish bailout – the options post the June 2012 Summit

The Euro Crisis: Challenges to the ESM Treaty and the Fiscal Compact Treaty before the German Constitutional Court

Euro Crisis Working Paper No10 - Challenges to the ESM Treaty and the Fiscal Compact Treaty before the German Constitutional Court

Ever Closer Union - Ireland and the EU

Ever Closer Union - Ireland and the EU

Annual Report 2011

Annual Report 2011

The Euro Crisis: The Fiscal Treaty – Consequences of a No Vote

Paul Gallagher, former Attorney General of Ireland, writes on the legal implications of the Fiscal Treaty, its relation to other EU legislation and the consequences for Ireland of a no vote in the 2012 Fiscal Treaty referendum.

The Euro Crisis: The 'Fiscal Compact' and Fiscal Policy

The Euro Crisis: From the Original Sinn to the Ten Commandments

The Euro Crisis: Ins and Outs – Multi-Speed Europe?

The Euro Crisis - An Agenda for Reform

The Euro Crisis - Economic Governance and Budgetary Surveillance

Fixing Finance - Why Regulation? / The EU Dimension / The Irish Experience

The Reform of Financial Supervision in Europe

EMU: Ireland's Dream Start - The Political and Economic Impact of EMU on Ireland

Economic and Monetary Union