Europe in the Global Economy - How to Stimulate Private Investment - Panel Discussion with Erik Nielsen, Global Chief Economist of UniCredit, Prof. Marcel Fratzscher, Ph.D., President and CEO of DIW Berlin and Professor of Macroeconomics and Finance at Humboldt-University Berlin, Prof. Mark Hallerberg, Ph.D., Professor for Public Management & Political Economy at Hertie School of Governance, Prof. Jörg Rocholl, Ph.D., President of European School of Management and Technology (ESMT) Moderation: Stefan Wagstyl, Chief Germany Correspondent at Financial Times

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Europe in the Global Economy - How to Stimulate Private Investment: Panel Discussion with Erik Nielsen, Global Chief Economist of UniCredit, Prof. Marcel Fratzscher, Ph.D., President and CEO of DIW Berlin and Professor of Macroeconomics and Finance at Humboldt-University Berlin, Prof. Mark Hallerberg, Ph.D., Professor for Public Management & Political Economy at Hertie School of Governance, Prof. Jörg Rocholl, Ph.D., President of European School of Management and Technology (ESMT) Moderation: Stefan Wagstyl, Chief Germany Correspondent at Financial Times

Only strong economic growth will help Europe emerge from its crisis. The reforms implemented to date at national and European level have failed to impact the economy positively; this is due to excessive national, corporate, and private debts, weakness of the banking system, the lack of structural reforms, an insufficient institutional framework at European level, as well as a persisting climate of distrust in the stability of economic development. Europe’s biggest economic weaknesses is a lack of private investment. A European investment agenda is vital in order to generate the impetus required to push the European economy towards a sustainable recovery.

The event took place at the European School of Management and Technology on October 6th.

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