Presented by the Program on International Organizations, Law and Diplomacy and the European Law Association
The European Commission has presented different avenues of reform for the European Monetary Union (EMU) expanding EU controls over Member States’ economic policies as an integral part of monetary union, vital to its survival. Further transformation however will need to respect the EU’s legitimate use of power over its Member States set by its current level of political integration.
Lecturer: Päivi Leino-Sandberg, Professor of International and European Law, UEF Law School; Academy of Finland Research Fellow; Visiting Fellow, EUI Law Department
Commentators: Michelle Egan, Professor, American University School of International Service, Jean Monnet Chair ad personam and Global Fellow, Wilson Center Cecilia Nahón, Executive Director, Model G20 Initiative, American University School of International Service
Valerie Rouxel-Laxton, Former Head of Economic and Financial Affairs, Delegation of the European Union to the United States in Washington, DC
Chair: Ashley Hartshorn, President, European Law Association, American University Washington College of Law
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