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Luiss Guido Carli


Germany and Italy in the European Union: divergence or convergence?

19 May 2016 at 3:00 PM
Sala delle Colonne Viale Pola 12, Rome
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A conference organized by the LUISS School of Government in collaboration with the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung.


Welcome remarks and introduction
Massimo Egidi Rector LUISS
Susanne Marianne Wasum-Rainer German Ambassador
Sergio Fabbrini LUISS Director School of Government
Ernst Hillebrand FES-Italia

History and perceptions
Michael Braun FES
Federico Niglia LUISS

Chair: Giovanni Orsina Vice-Director LUISS School of Government

German dominance of the Eurozone? A panel
Philip Steinberg Head of Division German Ministry of Economics
Hans Kundnani German Marshall Fund of the United States
L.F.M. Bessenlink University of Amsterdam
Marcello Messori LUISS Director School of European Political Economy
Vivien Schmidt Boston University

Chair: Ernst Hillebrand FES-Italia

Muddling through or reform: the future of the EU
Giuliano Amato Italian Constitutional Court
Sandro Gozi Undersecretary for Europe
Carsten Schneider MP Deputy Head SPD Group in the Bundestag

Chair: Sergio Fabbrini LUISS Director School of Government