I am a PhD candidate at the VU Amsterdam's John Stuart Mill College and I am now visiting researcher at the School of Public Policy (University College London). I write about the Economic and Monetary Union from a macroeconomic and philosophical perspective. I am applying republican political theory to the Eurozone to understand which principles of international justice should apply to a currency union. I studied Economic Policy (MSc) and Legal and Political Theory (M.A.) at the University College of London.
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WHO NEEDS FISCAL DISCIPLINE? EMU BETWEEN RULES AND DISCRETION
with Frank Vandenbroucke (UvA), Iain Begg (LSE), Roel Beetsma (EFB)
The EMU’s fiscal framework lies at the center of many political controversies and in some countries it’s output benefits are increasingly being questioned. This event, hosted by the PPE John Stuart Mill College, has brought together three leading scholars to discuss what, if anything, should be done about the issue of public debt.