On October 14, I joined the GLOBE Webinar Series at the Leuven Center for Global Governance Studies to discuss my new book, Europe’s Crisis of Legitimacy: Governing by Rules and Ruling by Numbers in the Eurozone. Prof. Carlos Closa Montero (EUI, CSIC) offered some reflections for discussion before opening to questions from the audience. The discussion, which was attended by over 100 people, was moderated by Kari Otteburn (KU Leuven).
On Tuesday, October 6, I presented my book, Europe’s Crisis of Legitimacy: Governing by Rules and Ruling by Numbers, for a virtual seminar at the Center for European Studies at Harvard University. The event took place as part of Worldwide Week at Harvard. Jane Mansbridge, Adams Professor of Political Leadership and Democratic Values at the Harvard Kennedy School, was the Discussant, and Karl Kaiser, Fellow at the Project on Europe and the Transatlantic Relationship at the Kennedy’s School’s Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, was the moderator. We had a lively discussion, with over 65 people in attendance on the zoom platform.
Event announcement: https://ces.fas.harvard.edu/events/2020/10/europe-crisis-legitimacy
On Saturday, October 3, I took part in a panel discussion on the future of the global economy. The discussion was part of a series of Alumni Weekend presentations entitled “World in Flux.” Some of the questions we discussed were the future of international development, whether COVID-19 will be the tipping point in a restructuring of the global economic system, and whether pandemic recovery efforts will put the world on a path toward a greener economy.
The other speakers were Kevin Gallagher, Pardee School Professor of Global Development Policy & Director, Global Development Policy Center and Perry Mehrling, Pardee School Professor of International Political Economy. The session was moderated by Adil Najam, Dean of the Pardee School.