Sluggish economic growth, elections in key countries, and Brexit negotiations are set to make 2017 a crucial year for Europe. At the same time, Euroskepticism is on the rise, migration proves more divisive than ever, and the international context is increasingly unpredictable.
How to safeguard and strenghten EU policies? How to move them closer to citizens’ demands? What recipes to support economic growth and let the euro work at full speed?
The conference was held in Rome on January 24, h. 2.30-6.45 pm, at Sala Zuccari - Palazzo Giustiniani (via della Dogana Vecchia 29).
The policy brief "Europe 2017: Make It or Break It?", jointly produced by ISPI - together with SoG and SEP (LUISS), was put forth for discussion in the panels. The paper is authored by Franco Bruni (ISPI), Sergio Fabbrini (SoG) and Marcello Messori (SEP).