27 November 2018
2:00 pm
Aspen Ideas@Lunch: “The Future of the Economic and…”
Calle de la Princesa, 18, Madrid, España

The Future of the Economic and Monetary Union


On November 27th, Aspen Institute España hosted a new session of Aspen Ideas@Lunch, presented by Román Escolano, former Minister of Economy, Industry, and Competitiveness (2018) and Professor at CUNEF, and David Vegara, former Secretary of State for Economic Affairs (2004-2009) and Professor at ESADE.

The topic of this session was “The Future of the Economic and Monetary Union”.

Aspen Ideas@Lunch is a forum for discussion on leadership and public policies for leaders from different sectors of the society, many of whom have already participated in Aspen Institute España programs. On the occasion of the publication of books or important events, we bring together a group of 30 participants to discuss with the best experts issues such as geopolitics, new technologies, leadership, energy or the international economy.

Román Escolano (@roman_escolano), Professor at CUNEF, was previously the Minister of Economy, Industry and Competitiveness (2018), Vice President of the European Investment Bank (2014-2018) and chaired Instituto de Crédito Oficial (2012-2014).

David Vegara, Professor at ESADE and a member of the Board of Directors at Sabadell Bank, previously worked at the European Stability Mechanism as Deputy Managing Director (2012-2015) and at the International Montery Fund (2010-2012). Between 2004 and 2009 he was the Secretary of State for Economic Affairs.



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