On Wednesday, 17 June 2015, I was invited by the European Parliament to brief members of the Committee on Economics & Monetary Affairs on the relationship between the European Union and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in the context of global economic governance. The presentation was part of an expert workshop on “the EU’s role in international economic fora” and was based on the first preliminary results of the in-depth study by Dominik Tolksdorf and myself, which examines the processes, effects as well as accountability, transparency and legitimacy of EU-IMF policies in European and global economic governance. Particular emphasis was placed on the effects of EU-IMF policies towards Greece and the Eurozone. The full report is expected to be published at the end of August. To find out more (including a video recording of the session), visit the European Parliament’s website at (My briefing begins at 45min 23 seconds).
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