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Trends and Innovations in Health Professions Education: 
Building Comprehensive and Sustainable Reforms 
Euro: Implications for Europe, Implications for the World
07 Aug - 14 Aug, 2002
 Globalization and the Development of Transnational Legal Services

Faculty:
Michel Petite (Chair) - Director General, European Commission Legal Service, Brussels
Leszek Balcerowicz - President, National Bank of Poland, Warsaw
Ernest Gnan - Ernest Gnan has been head of the Economic Analysis Division of the Austrian National Bank in Vienna since 1999. He is a member of the European Central Bank's Monetary Policy Committee, and is also an ...
Martin Hüfner - Chief Economist, Bayerische Hypo- und Vereinsbank AG, Munich
Tony Judt - Director, Remarque Institute, New York University
Michael Palliser - Sir Michael PALLISER is former chairman of the London investment bank Samuel Montagu and Co. Ltd. He has been president of the China-Britain Trade Group, deputy chairman of British Invisibles, a director ...
Makoto Utsumi - President, Japan Center for International Finance, Tokyo
Paul Volcker - Frederick H. Schultz Professor of International Economic Policy Emeritus, Princeton University; former Chairman, Board of Governors of the United States Federal Reserve System, New York

Additional Session Support:
Olga Butorina (Resource Specialist) - Olga Butorina is professor of European economic integration at the Institute of Europe in the Russian Academy of Sciences. Her research concentrates on different aspects of European integration, with ...

Abstract:
Europe’s new single currency represents the consolidation and culmination of European economic integration, a process launched more than a decade ago. The most important economic event since the adoption of flexible exchange rates in the early 1970s, the introduction of the Euro as legal tender in day-to-day transactions in all participating member states has profound implications for Europe internally and for the international community as a whole. While some believe that the various national cultures have not been affected by the Euro, others perceive the common currency as a threat to cultural diversity within the European Union. This session will explore both the internal and the external dimensions of the euro system following the final transition to full Economic and Monetary Union. Participants will discuss the internal economic, social, political, and psychological ramifications of the Euro, including issues such as the costs and benefits for companies, investors and consumers, confidence in the European market, impacts on political integration, and cultural attitudes towards a common currency and a European identity. The session will then turn to the impact of the Euro outside Europe. Discussions will focus on the Euro’s short and longer-term impact on international financial markets, on currency exchange mechanisms, and on global business, trade, and investment trends. Does the Euro have the potential to compete with the US dollar and the Yen as a leading reserve, transaction, and anchor currency, and, if so, what implications does this have for the rest of the world?

Session Faculty

Martin Hüfner
 
Paul Volcker

 


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