A new book on economic growth in Europe argues that structural reforms are key to raise the region's long-term growth prospects.
While the rates of economic growth in Europe has picked up in the past years, the long-term outlook for growth still invites pessimism. There are many economic headwinds and, when fiscal and monetary support to the economy wind down, there will be a great need to have faster growth coming from the real economy. In a new book, Europe’s Growth Challenge (Oxford University Press), Anders Åslund and Simon Djankeov chart a new growth agenda for Europe – based on structural reforms that increase competition, productivity and fiscal discipline.
Please join us for a presentation of their new book!
15:30 Europe’s Growth Challenge, Presentation by Anders Åslund, Senior Fellow at the Atlantic Council