June Conference Series

Conferences

In 2004 the EUROFRAME group of Research Institutes launched its annual June Conference Series on Economic Policy Issues in the European Union. Between 2001 and 2004 EUROFRAME organized November Conference Series to discuss the current state and short-term prospects of the euro area economy.

The aim of the June Conference is to discuss topical economic policy issues for the European Union bringing together academics, economists from independent research institutes, national government administration, European and international institutions. Papers are selected through a submission procedure.

EUROFRAME Conference June 2016

Balance sheet misalignments: Effects and policy implications for the EU economies

  Friday, 10 June 2016, Utrecht, the Netherlands

13TH EUROFRAME CONFERENCE
on economic policy issues in the European Union

 

The Euroframe June Conference 2016 deals with the effects and policy implications of balance sheet misalignments for the EU economies.

 

Please find the programme and other downloadables below. Conference papers will be uploaded as they are received (for download click on the session pages).

 

08.15h - 09.00h

Registration (Catacomben, room -1.08)



09.00h - 09.10h

Opening Adresses (room 13)

Clemens Kool, CPB, Stefania Tomasini, PROMETEIA and EUROFRAME



9.10h - 10.40h

Session 1 (room 19)

Financial regulation, 1

Session 2 (room 21)

Euro Area imbalances


10.40h - 11.00h

Coffee Break (Catacomben, room -1.08)



11.00h - 12.30h

Session 3 (room 19

Financial regulation, 2

Session 4 (room 21)

Households’ debt and macroeconomic equilibrium


12.30h - 13.30h

Lunch Break (Catacomben, room -1.08)



13.30h - 15.30h

Session 5 (room 19)

Public finance

Session 6 (room 21)

Credit and growth patterns



15.30h - 15.50h

Coffee Break (Catacomben, room -1.08)



15.50h - 18.10h

Round Table (room 13)

15.50h - 16.50h   Keynote Introduction by Kevin Lansing, SF Fed: Explaining the boom-bust cycle in the U.S. housing market: A reverse-engineering Approach

Discussion: Clemens Kool, CPB

 

16.50h -18.10h   Panel Discussion

John FitzGerald, ESRI, Clemens Kool, CPB, Paolo Onofri, PROMETEIA

 


 

18.10h - 19.00h   Drinks (Catacomben, room -1.08)

 



 

 

Downloads

PDF Registration Form

PDF Programme

PDF Hotel information


Call for papers

The Call for Papers can be downloaded here.

      PDF Call for papers

EUROFRAME Conference June 2015

Challenges For Europe 2050

  Friday, 12 June 2015, Vienna, Austria

12TH EUROFRAME CONFERENCE
on economic policy issues in the European Union

 

The Euroframe June Conference 2015 deals with longer-term challenges for Europe, with a particular focus on those related to a reduced growth trajectory.

 

Please find the programme and other downloadables below. Most conference papers can be downloaded (click on the session pages).

 

08.00h - 08.45h

Registration (Oktogon Lobby)



08.45h - 09.00h

Opening Adresses (Rudolf Sallinger Saal)

Karl Aiginger, WIFO, Catherine Mathieu, OFCE and EUROFRAME



09.00h - 10.20h

Plenary Session

Social security systems and social investment: How to account for low growth risks and promote sustainable growth

When 'Secular Stagnation' meets Piketty's capitalism in the 21st century - Growth and inequality trends in Europe reconsidered


10.20h - 10.40h

Coffee Break (Oktogon Lobby)



10.40h - 12.40h

Session 1

Ageing, social investment and welfare

Session 2

EU Economic Policy

Session 3

Long-term growth patterns




12.40h - 13.40h

Lunch Break



13.40h - 15.40h

Session 4

Potential growth

Session 5

Labour markets

Session 6

Public investment and environmental issues



15.40h - 16.00h

Coffee Break (Oktogon Lobby)



16.00h - 17.40h

Policy Panel



 

 

Downloads

PDF Registration speakers

PDF Registration non-speakers

PDF Programme

PDF Hotel information


Call for papers

The Call for Papers can be downloaded here.

      PDF Call for papers

EUROFRAME Conference June 2014

What future for taxation in the EU?

  Friday, 6 June 2014, Paris, France

11TH EUROFRAME CONFERENCE
on economic policy issues in the European Union

 

Please find the programme below. Most conference papers are already available. More papers and PowerPoint presentations to be updated soon.

 

08.00h - 08.45h

Registration



08.45h - 09.00h

Opening Adresses



09.00h - 10.40h

Plenary Session

Recent reforms of tax systems in the EU: good and bad news
Study on the impacts of fiscal devaluation
The struggle over the Financial Transaction Tax - a politico-economic farce


10.40h - 11.00h

Coffee Break



11.00h - 13.00h

Session 1

Structural taxation issues (Amphi Erignac)

Session 2

Taxation issues: Country experiences (Room J208)

Session 3

Labour income taxation (Room J211)



13.00h - 14.00h

Lunch Break



14.00h - 16.00h

Session 4

EU Financial transaction tax (Room J208)

Session 5

General taxation issues (Amphi Erignac)

Session 6

Corporate taxation (Room J211)



16.00h - 16.20h

Coffee Break (Main Hall)



16.20h - 18.20h

Roundtable (Amphi Erignac)


18:20 - 19:00

Cocktail (Main Hall)


 

 

Downloads

PDF Registration speakers

PDF Registration non-speakers

PDF Programme

PDF Conference Volume

 


Call for papers

The actual Call for Papers is here to download.

      PDF Call for papers

EUROFRAME Conference June 2013

Towards a better governance
in the EU?

  Friday, 24 May 2013, Warsaw, Poland

10TH EUROFRAME CONFERENCE
ON ECONOMIC POLICY ISSUES IN THE EUROPEAN UNION

The EUROFRAME group of research institutes (CASE, CPB, DIW, ESRI, ETLA, IfW, NIESR, OFCE, PROMETEIA, WIFO) will hold its tenth annual Conference on Economic Policy Issues in the European Union in Warsaw on 24 May 2013. The aim of the conference is to provide an economic forum for debate on economic policy issues relevant in the European context.

The Conference will focus on how to improve European governance in the broadest possible sense (stability mechanisms, macroeconomic imbalances, financial safety net, etc.).

 PDF Programme (15.05.2013)

 PDF Conference Volume (OFCE Debates and Policies 132)

A selection of papers has been published as conference volume in the form of an OFCE publication ("Debates and Policies 132") and can also be downloaded from the OFCE website.

Conference Papers

To download papers, please click on the session and then on the paper title.

 

08.00h - 08.45h

Registration



08.45h - 09.00h

Opening Adresses

Dennis Snower, IfW,
Catherine Mathieu, EUROFRAME and OFCE



09.00h - 10.40h

Keynote Lecture

EU Governance as a Challenge for the Central Bank Model, by Marek Belka, NBP


09.40h - 10.00h

Coffee Break



10.00h - 12.00h

Session 1

EU Governance

Session 2

Financial issues

Session 3

Disparities



12.00h - 13.00h

Lunch



13.00h - 14.55h

Session 4

Financial Issues

Session 5

EU Governance

Session 6

EMU Membership: Cross-Country Comparisons


15.00h - 16.30h

Session 7

Fiscal Issues

Session 8

Federalism

Session 9

WWWforEurope Invited Special Session



16.30h - 16.45h

Coffee Break



16.45h - 18.20h

Roundtable



18.20h - 19.00h

Cocktail




Downloads

 

PDF Registration

Please complete the registration form and send it back preferably by e-mail to case at case-research.eu before May 10th 2013

 

PDF Accommodation and Transportation

Participants are responsible for their own accommodation arrangements.

 

 

Call for papers:

Contributions should address issues related to: How to reform the European institutional framework, with a view to bring euro area countries out of the crisis and pave the way for better growth in the EU?
What is the risk of multispeed EU as a permanent feature of European integration?
What assessment can be made of the recent strengthening of the fiscal framework (TSCG and related measures) and of European solidarity (ESM)?
What assessment can be made of monetary policy action and credit developments in EU countries since the beginning of the crisis?
How to build a financial architecture for Europe?
What about the projects of a banking union and of new banking and financial regulations?
Is there still a risk of a euro-area break-up?

 

Submission Procedure

Abstracts should be submitted until March 1st by e-mail to Catherine Mathieu. Abstracts (2 pages) should mention: title of communication, name(s) of the author(s), affiliation, corresponding author’s e-mail address, postal address, telephone number.
Corresponding authors will be informed of the decision of the scientific committee by early April.
Full papers should be received by e-mail by May 6th.

The full Call for Papers is available here to download.

 

Scientific Committee

Karl Aiginger (WIFO), Luca Barbone (CASE), Kerstin Bernoth (DIW), Klaus-Jürgen Gern (IfW), Dawn Holland (NIESR), Ide Kearney (ESRI), Markku Kotilainen (ETLA), Paolo Onofri (PROMETEIA), Henri Sterdyniak (OFCE), Paul Veenendaal (CPB), Catherine Mathieu (OFCE, Scientific Secretary)

 

Local Organising Institute: CASE, Warsaw

Malgorzata Slawinska: Tel.: +48 22 206 29 30

 

Contacts - Abstract and paper submissions

Catherine Mathieu: Tel.: +33 (0) 1 44 18 54 37

In cooperation with

 

 

EUROFRAME Conference June 2012

The euro area in crisis: challenges for monetary and fiscal policies, and prospects for monetary union

  Friday, 8 June 2012, Kiel, Germany

9TH EUROFRAME CONFERENCE
ON ECONOMIC POLICY ISSUES IN THE EUROPEAN UNION

The EUROFRAME group of research institutes (CASE, CPB, DIW, ESRI, ETLA, IfW, NIESR, OFCE, PROMETEIA, WIFO) will hold its ninth annual Conference on Economic Policy Issues in the European Union in Kiel on 8 June 2012. The aim of the conference is to provide an economic forum for debate on economic policy issues relevant in the European context.

The Conference will focus on Policy challenges and prospects for the euro area in the context of the current sovereign debt crisis.

PDF Programme (05.06.2012)

 

Conference Papers

Several conference papers are already available. There will be more over the next days as well as an updated programme.

To download papers, please click on the session and then on the paper title.

 

08.00h - 08.45h

Registration



08.45h - 09.00h

Opening Adresses

Dennis Snower, IfW,
Catherine Mathieu, EUROFRAME and OFCE



09.00h - 10.40h

Plenary Session

What governance for the euro area?


10.40h - 11.00h

Coffee Break



11.00h - 13.00h

Session 1

Fiscal policy

Session 2

Financial issues

Session 3

Real exchange rate issues



13.00h - 14.00h

Lunch



14.00h - 16.00h

Session 4

Fiscal rules

Session 5

Monetary policy

Session 6

Debt sustainability



16.00h - 16.20h

Coffee Break



16.20h - 18.20h

Roundtable




Downloads

PDF Registration

PDF Accommodation

PDF KielExx timetable

PDF Kielius timetable


Call for papers

Contributions should address issues related to: How to solve the sovereign debt crisis?
Lessons learnt from the crisis so far?
Is there a need for less or more solidarity in the EU? A new role for the ECB?
What conduct of fiscal policies?
Does the euro area need fiscal federalism or fiscal rules?
What are the prospects for the euro area as a whole?
Should some countries leave the euro area?
Should there be a three-speed EU?
What kind of reforms to the institutional framework are necessary?
How should the EU financial system be reformed?
Will Europe 2020 deliver its goals?
How can Europe achieve a better growth path?


Abstracts should be submitted until 12 March by e-mail to Catherine Mathieu. Abstracts (2 pages) should mention: title of communication, name(s) of the author(s), affiliation, corresponding author’s e-mail address, postal address, telephone number.
Corresponding authors will be informed of the decision of the scientific committee by mid April.
Full papers should be received by e-mail by 21 May.

The full Call for Papers is available here to download

EUROFRAME Conference June 2011

Labour markets after the crisis: policy challenges for the EU economies

 Friday, 10 June 2011, Helsinki, Finland

8TH EUROFRAME CONFERENCE
ON ECONOMIC POLICY ISSUES IN THE EUROPEAN UNION

The EUROFRAME group of research institutes (CASE, CPB, DIW, ESRI, ETLA, IfW, NIESR, OFCE, PROMETEIA, WIFO) will hold its eighth annual Conference on Economic Policy Issues in the European Union in Helsinki on 10 June 2011. The aim of the conference is to provide an economic forum for debate on economic policy issues relevant in the European context.

This year the Conference will focus on EU labour markets.

Venue: Congress Paasitorni,
Paasivuorenkatu 5 A, Helsinki

PDF Programme (08.06.2011)

 

Conference Papers

Several conference papers are already available. There will be more over the next days as well as an updated programme.

To download papers, please click on the session and then on the paper title.

 

08.00h - 08.45h

Registration



08.45h - 09.00h

Opening Adresses



09.00h - 10.30h

Plenary Session


10.30h - 10.50h

Coffee Break



10.50h - 12.50h

Session 1

Labour markets performances in the crisis

Session 2

Labour maket institutions

Session 3

Migration and mobility



12.50h - 13.50h

Lunch



13.50h - 15.50h

Session 4

Domestic experiences

Session 5

Labour maket functioning

Session 6

Macroeconomic aspects of labour markets



15.50h - 16.10h

Coffee Break



16.10h - 18.00h

Roundtable




Downloads

PDFRegistration

Please complete the registration form and send it back preferably by e-mail to Arja Räihä before May 25th 2011


Call for papers


Abstracts should be submitted until 4 March by e-mail to Catherine Mathieu. Abstracts (2 pages) should mention: title of communication, name(s) of the author(s), affiliation, corresponding author’s e-mail address, postal address, telephone number.
Authors will be informed of the decision of the scientific committee by early April.
Full papers should be received by e-mail by 23 May.

 

The full Call for Papers is available here to download

EUROFRAME Conference June 2010

After the crisis: Exit strategies for EU economies in a globalised world

 Friday, 11 June 2010, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

7TH EUROFRAME CONFERENCE
ON ECONOMIC POLICY ISSUES IN THE EUROPEAN UNION

The EUROFRAME group of research institutes (CASE, CPB, DIW, ESRI, ETLA, IfW, NIESR, OFCE, PROMETEIA, WIFO) will hold its seventh annual Conference on Economic Policy Issues in the European Union in Amsterdam on 11 June 2010. The aim of the conference is to provide an economic forum for debate on economic policy issues relevant in the European context.


This year the Conference will focus on exit strategies for EU economies in a global context.

PDF Programme

 

Conference Papers

Several conference papers are already available. There will be more over the next days as well as an updated programme.

To download papers, please click on the session and then on the paper title.

 

08.30h - 09:00h

Registration



09.00h - 09.10h

Opening Adresses



09.10h - 10.40h

Plenary Session


10.40h - 11.00h

Coffee Break



11.00h - 12.30h

Session 1

Fiscal exit strategies (1)

(lecture-room A303 in building A)

Session 2

Regulation issues

(lecture-room A304 in building A)



12.30h - 13.30h

Lunch



13.30h - 15.40h

Session 3

Fiscal exit strategies (2)

(lecture-room A303 in building A)

Session 4

Monetary policies and financial regulation after the crisis

(lecture-room A304 in building A)

Session 5

Debt sustainability and fiscal performance

(lecture-room A305 in building A)



15.40h - 16.00h

Coffee Break


16.00h - 16.40h

Keynote lecture:

Paul de Grauwe, K.U. Leuven

(lecture-hall C in building A)



16.40h - 18.10h

Roundtable

(lecture-hall C in building A)




Downloads

PDFRegistration

 Please complete the registration form and send it back preferably by e-mail to Erika Aarnoutse before 7 June 2010


Call for papers

 

Submission Procedure

Abstracts should be submitted by 12 March by e-mail to Catherine Mathieu. Abstracts (2 pages) should include: title of paper, name(s) of the author(s), affiliation, corresponding author’s e-mail address, postal address, telephone number.
Authors will be informed of the decision of the scientific committee by mid-April.
Full papers should be received by e-mail by 24 May.

The full Call for Papers is available here to download.

EUROFRAME Conference June 2009

Causes and consequences of the current financial crisis:

what lessons for European Union countries?

 Friday, 12 June 2009, London, England

6TH EUROFRAME CONFERENCE
ON ECONOMIC POLICY ISSUES IN THE EUROPEAN UNION

 

The EUROFRAME group of research institutes (CASE, CPB, DIW, ESRI, ETLA, IfW, NIESR, OFCE, PROMETEIA, WIFO) will hold its sixth annual Conference on Economic Policy Issues in the European Union in London on 12 June 2009. The aim of the conference is to provide an economic forum for debate on economic policy issues relevant in the European context.


The Conference will focus this year on the causes and consequences of the current financial crisis with a view to draw lessons for EU countries.

PDF Programme

 

Conference Papers

Several conference papers are already available. There will be more over the next days as well as an updated programme.

To download papers, please click on the session and then on the paper title.

 

08.30h - 09:00h

Registration



09.00h - 09.10h

Opening Adresses



09.10h - 10.45h

Keynote Lecture:

Macro prudential regulation - the missing policy pillar
Philip Davis, Brunel University

 (Presentation)       (Paper)

(Lecture Hall)


09.45h - 10.05h

Coffee Break



10.05h - 11.20h

Session 1

Causes of the crisis

(Lecture Hall)



11.20h - 12.40h

Session 2

Financial crisis contagion

(Lecture Hall)

 

Session 3

Banks

(Council Room)

 

Session 4

Housing bubbles and pension funds

(Reading Room)

 


12.40h - 13.40h

Lunch


13.40h - 15.00h

Session 5

New regulation issues

(Lecture Hall)

 

Session 6

Credit availability in the crisis

(Council Room)

 

Session 7

Housing bubbles and pension funds

(Reading Room)

 


15.00h - 16.15h

Session 8

New regulation issues (2)

(Lecture Hall)

Session 9

A new financial architecture

(Council Room)

Session 10

Financial crisis and the real economy

(Reading Room)



16.15h - 16.30h

Coffee Break

(Mall Room)


16.30-18.00

Roundtable

(Lecture Hall)


 

 

 

Downloads

PDFRegistration

Speakers:

Speakers are kindly requested to fill in the Registration Form and send it (preferably per e-mail) to Pat Shaw.

The deadline for sending the registration form is May 26th 2009.

 

Non Speakers:

If you wish to attend and are not presenting a paper the registration fee
(including lunch and refreshments) is £80.00 + VAT.

Registration is required. Please register at: http://www.niesr.ac.uk/event/event.php

 

PDF Accomodation

Call for papers

 

Submission Procedure

Abstracts should be submitted by e-mail before 13 March to Catherine Mathieu. Abstracts (2 pages) should mention: title of communication, name(s) of the author(s), affiliation, corresponding author’s e-mail address, postal address, telephone number.
Corresponding authors will be informed of the decision of the scientific committee by mid-April.
Full papers should be received by e-mail by 25 May.

The full Call for Papers is available here to download.

EUROFRAME Conference June 2008

Ten years of a common currency:

achievements and policy challenges in the euro area

 

 Friday, 6 June 2008, Dublin, Ireland

5TH EUROFRAME CONFERENCE
ON ECONOMIC POLICY ISSUES IN THE EUROPEAN UNION

 

The EUROFRAME group of research institutes (CASE, CPB, DIW, ESRI, ETLA, IfW, NIESR, OFCE, PROMETEIA, WIFO) will hold its fifth annual Conference on Economic Policy Issues in the European Union in Dublin on 6 June 2008.

The aim of the conference is to provide an academic forum for debate on economic policy issues relevant in the European context. The Conference will focus this year on assessing the ten years of common currency in the euro area and will address prospects and challenges ahead.

PDF Programme

 

Conference Papers

To download papers, please click on the session and then on the paper title.

 

08.00h - 08:45h

Registration



08.45h - 09.00h

Opening Adresses



09.00h - 09.40h

Keynote Lecture:

Banks in trouble: Same old story or something new?

(Presentation)    (Speaking notes)

Patrick Honohan, Trinity College Dublin
(Winter Hall)


09.40h - 11.10h

Session 1

Monetary Policy

(Winter Hall)

 

Session 2

Banks

(Dun Library)

 

Session 3

Price behaviour in a Monetary Union

(Lecture Theatre)

 


11.10h - 11.30h

Coffee break


11.30h - 13.00h

Session 4

Policy-mix

(Winter Hall)

 

Session 5

Production

(Lecture Theatre)

 


13.00h - 14.00h

Lunch


14.00h - 16.00h

Session 6

Exchange Rates

(Winter Hall)

 

Session 7

Country experience: inside and outside EMU

(Dun Library)

 

Session 8

Wage inflation

(Lecture Theatre)

 


16.00h - 16.20h

Coffee break


16.20-18.00

Roundtable

(Winter Hall)


 

 

Downloads

PDFRegistration

Speakers:

Speakers are kindly requested to fill in the Registration Form and send it (preferably per e-mail) to Pat Shaw.

The deadline for sending the registration form is May 26th 2009.

 

Non Speakers:

If you wish to attend and are not presenting a paper the registration fee
(including lunch and refreshments) is £80.00 + VAT.

Registration is required. Please register at: http://www.niesr.ac.uk/event/event.php

 

PDF Accomodation

Call for papers

Contributions should address in particular issues related to: the ECB's strategy and governance, real effects of a common currency, diversity issues, developments in the banking and financial systems, banking regulation, monetary and financial stability, exchange rate developments and their determinants, capital flows and financial integration, the role of euro as an international currency, the future enlargement of the euro area.

The Call for Papers has closed on 17 March.


Full papers should be sent by e-mail by 19 May to Catherine Mathieu.

 

The full Call for Papers is available here to download.

EUROFRAME Conference June 2007

Causes and consequences of the current financial crisis:

what lessons for European Union countries?

 Friday, 8 June 2007, Bologna, Italy

4TH EUROFRAME CONFERENCE
ON ECONOMIC POLICY ISSUES IN THE EUROPEAN UNION

 

The EUROFRAME group of research institutes (CPB, DIW, ESRI, ETLA, IfW, NIESR, OFCE, PROMETEIA, WIFO) will hold its fourth annual Conference on Economic Policy Issues in the European Union in Bologna on 8 June 2007.

The aim of the conference is to debate on economic policy issues relevant in the European context.

 

PDF Programme

 

       PDF Information about the venue

Conference Papers

To download papers, please click on the session and then on the paper title. 

 

08.00h - 08:45h

Registration



08.45h - 09.00h

Opening Adresses

Paolo Onofri, PROMETEIA and University of Bologna
John Fitz Gerald, EUROFRAME Chairman and ESRI

(Sala dei Poeti)



09.00h - 09.40h

Keynote Lecture:

The experience of the empirical analysis of the effects of social policies
Orazio Attanasio, UCL and IFS

(Sala dei Poeti)


09.40h - 11.10h

Session 1

Reforming the European social models

(Sala dei Poeti)

Session 2

Migration

(Aula Dipartimento)

 


11.10h - 11.30h

Coffee Break


11.30h - 13.00h

Session 3

Employment related issues

(Sala dei Poeti)

 

Session 4

Health issues

(Aula Lettura)

Session 5

Pension reforms

(Aula Dipartimento)


13.00h - 14.00h

Lunch


14.00h - 15.30h

Session 6

Ageing

(Aula Dipartimento)

Session 7

Pension reforms

(Sala dei Poeti)

Session 8

Pensions and financial markets

(Aula Lettura)


15.35h - 16.45h

Session 9

Sustainability

(Sala dei Poeti)

Session 10

Social protection

(Aula Lettura)

Session 11

Ageing and human capital

(Aula Dipartimento)



16.45h - 17.00h

Coffee Break


17.00-18.30

Roundtable

(Sala dei Poeti)


 

 

 

Downloads

PDFRegistration

Registration - New registration deadline is June 5th!

Participants are kindly requested to fill in the Registration Form and send it by fax. Alternatively, it will be possible to register on arrival, at the conference registration desk.

 The deadline for sending the registration form is postponed to the
5th of June.

Please fax Registration Forms to: +39 0543 750918.

The Call for Papers was closed on March 12, 2007.

Conference information and hotel reservation

 

(also available as .pdf).

 

LOCATION

The IV Euroframe Conference will take place in Palazzo Hercolani, Faculty of Political Sciences of the University of Bologna, Strada Maggiore 45, 40125 Bologna ("A" on the map). Information about the venue will be posted shortly.
PROMETEIA’s (the local organiser) offices are located in Via G. Marconi 43, 40122 Bologna (“B” on the map).

 

ACCOMMODATION

 

Participants are responsible for their own accommodation arrangements.

In order to facilitate travel arrangements, the Conference Secretariat has reserved a limited block of rooms in selected hotels in Bologna for conference participants. All the hotels are located within walking distance (10/15 minutes) from the Conference venue.

Early booking is highly recommended.

 

 

LIST OF SELECTED HOTELS
REFERENCE SGL DSU DBL

Hotel Corona d'Oro****
Via Oberdan, 12 - 40126 Bologna
Tel: +39 051 236456 - Fax: +39 051 262679
For online reservations please click here.
(Username: Bologna - Password: Euroframe)

No. 1 on the map 160.00 175.00 210.00

Hotel Commercianti****
Via Pignattari, 11 - 40124 Bologna
Tel: +39 051 233052 - Fax: +39 051 224733
For online reservations please click here.
(Username: Bologna - Password: Euroframe)

No. 2 on the map 150.00 165.00 200.00

Hotel Orologio***
Via IV Novembre, 10 - 40123 Bologna
Tel: +39 051 2331253 - Fax: +39 0581 260552
For online reservations please click here.
(Username: Bologna - Password: Euroframe)

No. 3 on the map 140.00 155.00 190.00

Hotel Holiday***
Via Bertiera, 13 - 40126 Bologna
Tel: +36 051 235326 - Fax: +39 051 235326
E-mail: info(at)hotelholiday-bo.com

No. 4 on the map   74.00 90.00
Hotel University***
Via Mentana, 7 - 40126 Bologna
Tel: +39 051 229713 - Fax: +39 051 22971
E-mail: info(at)hotel-university.com
No. 5 on the map   74.00 90.00

Hotel Palace***
Via Montegrappa, 9/2 - 40121 Bologna
Tel: +39 051 237442 - Fax: +39 051 220689

E-mail: info(at)hotelpalacebologna.com

No. 6 on the map 60.00 90.00 100.00

Hotel Regina***
Via Indipendenza, 51 - 40121 Bologna
Tel: +39 051 248878 - Fax: +39 0519914309

E-mail: bookinghotelregina(at)zanhotel.it

No. 7 on the map 99.00 109.00 119.00

Hotel San Giogio**
Via Delle Moline, 17 - 40126 Bologna
Tel: +39 051 248659 - Fax: +39* 051 250556

E-mail: info(at)sangiorgiohotel.it

No. 8 on the map 60.00 80.00

90.00

A New Hotel is now available!!!

The Grand Hotel Baglioni*****L
Via indipendenza, 8 - 40121 Bologna
Tel: +39 051 225445 - Fax: +39 051 2961144

E-mail: d.bertozzi(at)baglionihotels.com

No. 9 on the map



165.00
classic

180.00
superior

195.00
classic

240.00
superior

 

TERMS OF AGREEMENT:

  • Special rates and availability are valid for bookings made before 4th May 2007; after that date, hotels will guarantee special rates only upon availability.
  • When booking, please use the above contacts (e-mail, telephone, fax) and mention “EUROFRAME 2007”. Only in this case will special conditions (rates and deadlines) apply.
  • Participants will pay their hotel bills directly to the hotels, on departure. Hotels will issue receipted bills following participants’ instructions.
  • Should participants wish to cancel their reservation, they will need to send a written notice to the relevant hotel by 31st May 2007.
  • Rates are quoted in Euro per room per night, and include breakfast (SGL= single room, DSU= double room for single use, DBL= double room).

If you prefer alternative hotel accommodation, a full list of hotels in Bologna can be found at http://www.travelitalia.com/en/hotel/Bologna/ or http://www.prenotabologna.it.

We suggest you book your hotel well in advance, as several trade fairs will take place in Bologna at the time of the Conference.

 IN THIS MAP YOU CAN CHECK THE LOCATION OF YOUR HOTEL AND OF THE CONFERENCE SITE.

 

BOLOGNA - TOURIST INFORMATION

  • The city, history and culture, itineraries

The following files contain useful information to help you organize your free time in Bologna:

Bologna1.pdf (information on the most interesting churches)
Bologna2.pdf (information regarding Bologna main monuments)
Bologna3.pdf (information regarding university museums)
Bologna4.pdf (information on half-day tourist itineraries)
Bologna5.pdf (information on 2-hour sightseeing tours)
Bologna6.pdf (information on the San Luca church, one of the symbols of the city)

( pdf files are available now! )

 

  • Restaurants

Here is a list of Restaurants in Bologna that are close to the Conference location.

 

 

PLACES WORTH VISITING WITHIN 200 KM

Several towns in the Emilia Romagna region are worth a visit, starting with Ravenna and Ferrara. Padua and Venice (in Venetia), Florence (Tuscany), Urbino (Marches) and Mantua (Lombardy) are also beautiful places to explore in your free time.

 

TRANSPORTS

  1. GETTING TO BOLOGNA
    Here is some practical information about how to reach Bologna. We also include information on Forlì and Rimini as we thought you might consider flying to these airports, which are close and well-connected to Bologna, and offer several low-cost flights.
  2. GETTING TO PALAZZO HERCOLANI
    The conference venue (Palazzo Hercolani) is located in the city centre, in Strada Maggiore, 45 (about 12 Km from Bologna Airport, 1 Km from Bologna Railway Station and about 3.5 Km from Bologna motorway Exit)
    • From Bologna airport
      Airport-bus to the railway station.
    • From Bologna railway station
      Bus "C" Line, (on weekdays, including Saturday) – stop at "Piazza Aldrovandi".
    • From the motorway
      A1, A13, A14 Motorways – Tangenziale - Exit 7, Bologna Centro – Fiera - Via Stalingrado.
  3. FURTHER TRANSPORT SERVICES
    • Bus services in Bologna, Forlì and Rimini
      TRAM RIMINI
      ATR TRAM FORLI’
      ATC TRAM BOLOGNA
    • Taxi services in Bologna, Forlì and Rimini
      BOLOGNA: Telephone +39/051/372727 – +39/051/534141
      FORLI’: Telephone +39/0543/31111
      RIMINI: Telephone +39/0541/50020
    • Car rental in Bologna, Forlì and Rimini airports
      Avis or Hertz
      BOLOGNA: G. Marconi airport (Via Triumvirato, 84)
      FORLI’: F.Fellini airport (Miramare, via Flaminia 409)
      RIMINI: L. Ridolfi airport (Via Seganti, 103)
EUROFRAME Conference June 2006

Towards an Enlarging European Monetary Union:

Challenges for New and Old Member States

 Friday, 2 June 2006, Berlin, Germany

3RD EUROFRAME CONFERENCE
ON ECONOMIC POLICY ISSUES IN THE EUROPEAN UNION

 

Conference Hall Manzini-Mitte

Reinhardtstrasse 14

10117 Berlin

 

Programme

PDF Programme

 

 

08.00h - 08:45h

Registration



08.45h - 09.00h

Opening Adresses

Georg Meran, DIW Berlin Vice president,
John Fitz Gerald, EUROFRAME Chairman and ESRI


09.00h - 10.45h

Session 1

Business Cycle Convergence in the EU

(Room M4)

Session 2

Exchange Rates Issues for the NMS

(main conference hall)

 


10.45h - 11.15h

Coffee Break


11.15h - 12.45h

Session 3

Interest Rate Convergence

(Room M4)

Session 4

Macroeconomic Issues for the NMS

(main conference hall)


12.45h - 13.45h

Lunch


13.45h - 15.30h

Session 5

Macroeconomic Strategies in the Accession Process

(main conference hall)

Session 6

Exchange Rates (2)

(Room M4)


15.30h - 16.45h

Session 7

Monetary Policy in an Enlarged Union

(main conference hall)

Session 8

Financial Issues for the NMS

(Room M4)


17.00-18.45

Roundtable

Towards an Enlarging European Monetary Union: Challenges for Old an New Member States

(main conference hall)


 

 

 

Information on the conference location and hotel reservation

(also available as .pdf).

 

Our 3rd June Euroframe Conference will take place at the Conference Buildings

"Manzini-Mitte", located at the Government Quarter, ca. 700 m from Reichstag.

 

You can see the pictures of the venue here

 

You can make your hotel reservation online at the Tourist Information Berlin.

To find the available nearby hotels, please select "City East" in the field "City area"

and "Mitte" in the field "District" .

 

 

Here is the list of some nearby hotels available as of 25.04.06

(approximate price in Euro p. night in brackets):

 

Hotel Kubrat (80)

City Hotel am Gendarmenmarkt (85)

Park-Inn Berlin Alexander Platz (100)

Alexander Plaza Berlin (125)

Honigmond (110)

Hotel Gendarm (130)

Jolly Hotel Vivaldi (140)

NH-Hotel Berlin-Mitte (150)

 

You can check the distance from your hotel to the conference location (unfortunately only in German) at the Berlin map.

 

Please book you hotel well in advance.

 

We wish you successful reservation!

 

EUROFRAME Conference June 2005

Euroframe Conference June 2005

 Friday, 3 June 2005, Vienna, Austria

2ND EUROFRAME CONFERENCE
ON ECONOMIC POLICY ISSUES IN THE EUROPEAN UNION

 

Kommunalkredit Austria

Türkenstraße 9

9.Bezirk, Wien

 

Programme

PDF Programme

 

 

08.15h - 09:00h

Registration

(entrance hall)



09.00h - 09.20h

Opening Adresses

Karl Aiginger, WIFO Director,
John Fitz Gerald, EUROFRAME Chairman and ESRI

(ground floor)


09.20h - 10.45h

Session 1

Relocation of activities in the EU

(ground floor)

Session 2

Trade and relocation in CEECs

(5th floor)


11.00h - 11.30h

Coffee Break


11.30h- 13.00h

Session 3

Relocation of activities

(5th floor)

Session 4

Relocation an employment (1)

(ground floor)


13.00h - 14.00h

Lunch


14.00h - 15.30h

Session 5

Tax competition

(ground floor)

Session 6

Relocation and employment (2)

(5th floor)


15.45h - 17.00h

Session 7

FDI and tax competition

(ground floor)

Session 8

Fiscal Policy Effectiveness

(5th floor)


17.00-18.45

Roundtable

FDI, trade and relocation: challenges for the EU?

(ground floor)


 

EUROFRAME Conference June 2004

Euroframe conference june 2004

 Friday, 4 June 2004, Paris, France

1ST EUROFRAME CONFERENCE
ON ECONOMIC POLICY ISSUES IN THE EUROPEAN UNION

Fiscal Policies in the European Union

 

Programme

 

08.15h - 09:00h

Registration

(entrance hall)



09.00h - 09.30h

Opening Adresses

Bernard de Montmorillon, Président, Université Paris Dauphine
Gustav Horn, EUROFRAME Chairman and DIW
Catherine Mathieu, OFCE

(ground floor)


09.30h - 11.00h

Session 1

Stability and Growth Pact

(Room 'Raymond Aron')

Session 2

Fiscal Policy Rules

(Room 'D')


11.00h - 11.30h

Coffee Break


11.30h- 13.00h

Session 3

Fiscal Policy Effectiveness

(Room 'D')

Session 4

Fiscal Policy Rules

(Room 'Raymond Aron')


13.00h - 14.00h

Lunch


14.00h - 15.30h

Session 5

Stability and Growth Pact

(Room 'Raymond Aron')

Session 6

Tax Competition

(Room 'C')

Session 7

Fiscal Policy Interdependences

(Room '4')


15.30h - 16.45h

Session 8

Fiscal Policy Effectiveness

(Room 'Raymond Aron')

Session 9

Enlargement

(Room 'C')


17.00-18.15

Roundtable

(Room 'Raymond Aron')


18.30-21.00

Cocktail


 

For more information on the June conference series, please contact Catherine Mathieu.