European Conference 2016

European Conference 2016

Autore: Harvard University

Data: 19/02/2016 - 20/02/2016

Ore: 9:00 - 18:00

Luogo: Harvard Kennedy School of Government - 79 John F. Kennedy St., Cambridge

Tematica: Economy

Description of the event:

Over the last two decades, productivity growth and wealth creation in Europe have trailed behind the US. More recently, financial turmoil and political crises have undermined confidence and lowered aggregate investment levels. While the more acute challenge of preventing a Eurozone disintegration was eventually resolved, 2015 may yet still count itself as yet another year consumed by the austerity-growth debate, and while views on reducing the output gap abound, they generally agree on the need for rebuilding competitiveness through a combination of structural reform and alignment between policy and business stakeholders.
Action Institute, with its President Carlotta de Franceschi participates in the “European Conference 2016” organized at Harvard Kennedy School of Government in Cambridge – Massachusetts. The President of Action Institute will intervene in the Panel III “Reviving European Competitiveness: Recovery and Reform” during the first day of the Conference, on February 19, 2016.

José Manuel Durāo Barroso, Former President EC
Carlotta de Franceschi , Co-founder and President of Action Institute
David O’Sullivan , EU Ambassador to the US
Athanasios Orphanides , Former Head of CB Cyprus, MIT Professor
Riccardo Zacconi , Founder and CEO,
Kalin Anev Janse , Secretary General, European Stability Mechanism (ESM)
To register to the event, please send an email to:
Type of the event: reserved

Loading Map....


Let me remind you that credit is the lifeblood of business, the lifeblood of prices and jobs.

Herbert Hoover


Good health is essential to social and economical development and it empowers all of the public sectors.

World Health Organization


Innovation is the specific instrument of entrepreneurship. The act that endows resources with a new capacity to create wealth.

Peter Drucker

Human Capital

Talent is a source from which water flows constantly renewed. But this source loses its value unless it is properly used.

Ludwig Wittgenstein