Webinar: The European recovery fund

The Recovery Fund will be one of the main drivers of the post-COVID recovery within the EU. We will be discussing what can the European Commission and member states do to help their economies develop in the current circumstances. Organised in cooperation with the Polish Embassy in Denmark.

 
Tuesday, October 27, 2020 - 11:00 to 13:00

Online webinar on the EU recovery fund

Please register at monika.izydorczyk@msz.gov.pl. The teams link is below.

This is an event organized by the polish embassy, in conjunction with Copenhagen Business School.

The Recovery Fund, as well as many other programs are very important to the EU economy and will be one of the main drivers of the post-COVID recovery within the EU. Due to the pandemic, the EU (only the Eurozone) economy shrank by 12%. We will be discussing what can the European Commission and member states do to help their economies develop in the current circumstances. We also discuss the distinctiveness of the ERF compared to other instruments

 

11:00-11:20      European Recovery Fund: A game changer in EU policy? Caroline de la Porte, Copenhagen Business School,

11:20-11:40      COVID-19: The Great Reset and policies for the new normal, Piotr Arak, Director Polish Economic Policy Institute

11:40-12:00     Conceptualization of conditionality in the EU recovery fund, Stefano Sacchi, Polytechnic University of Turin

12:00- 12:20      Mobile workers during the corona crisis, Dorota Szelewa, University College Dublin

12:20-12:30     Closing Remarks, Mateusz Mońko, Deputy Head of the Mission, Embassy of poland to Denmark

 

Please note you are welcome to share this invitation with anyone who might be interested to join the discussion.

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