The Jacques Delors Institute organises a debate about the report « Repair and Prepare: Growth and the Euro after Brexit » which was published in partnership with the Bertelsmann Foundation.
12:30 > 14:30
Sciences Po, amphithéâtre Erignac, 13 rue de l’Université, 75007 Paris
The European integration project is currently undergoing one of the most challenging periods in its 60-year history. The Brexit vote is creating large political and economic uncertainties. Growth is still sluggish across the continent, while debt and unemployment have settled at high levels in many parts of the eurozone. Political leadership in Europe is weakened by the rise of populists and non-traditional parties.
The ad hoc stabilization measures of the past years will not suffice to protect the euro against further crises and bring the eurozone back on a sustainable growth path. A wait-and-see approach is both economically expensive and politically dangerous. If we want the common currency to deliver stability, economic growth and political strength, we need to prepare and reform the euro area now.
To this end, a high-level working group has brought together the best reform ideas and translated them into a comprehensive reform strategy in three building blocks: i) a first aid kit for the euro area; ii) reforms and investment for growth; iii) risk sharing and sovereignty sharing.
12h30 > 12h35 – Mot d’accueil
Enrico LETTA, Président de l’Institut Jacques Delors, Doyen de l’Ecole des affaires internationales de Sciences Po Paris (PSIA)
12h35 > 12h45 – Présentation du Rapport
Henrik ENDERLEIN, Directeur du Jacques Delors Institut-Berlin
12h45 > 14h30 – Débat autour du Rapport
• Guillaume DUVAL, journaliste chez Alternatives Économiques
• Pascal LAMY, Président Emeritus de l’Institut Jacques Delors
• Enrico LETTA, Président de l’Institut Jacques Delors
• Claire WAYSAND, Inspectrice générale des Finances
Débat avec les participants
Débat animé par Catherine CHATIGNOUX, journaliste aux Échos