The U.S., German, and EU Economies at a Tipping Point
Breakout or Breakdown?
In light of the May 27 proposal from Brussels for an EU pandemic recovery fund, this discussion will be an opportune moment both to take stock of the large-scale fiscal and monetary interventions that have been pursued and proposed on both sides of the Atlantic and to look ahead as the United States, Germany, and other countries in the European Union move to a partial re-opening of their economies. What policies have been effective, can the U.S. and Europe learn from each other’s experiences, and what is on the horizon for transatlantic economic policies as governments move to a second phase in their approach to this unprecedented supply and demand shock?
We hope that you will be able to join us for this timely event, which will be convened via Zoom. Gabriel Felbermayr, President of the Kiel Institute for the World Economy, Karel Lannoo, CEO, Centre for European Policy Studies, and Jacob Kirkegaard, Senior Fellow, Peterson Institute for International Economics, will provide remarks. This event is presented in cooperation with the Hanns Seidel Foundation.