FiscalMatters

The economy of the future is being created now. 21st century challenges are upon us: global public health, climate change, biodiversity loss, inequalities, gender equality and cohesion. We must seize new opportunities to build long term resilience. Fiscal and economic policy coordination will be decisive, in this decade and beyond, to steer the required transformation of European economies.

A suitable course for fiscal policy needs to be informed by a vibrant public debate including perspectives from across the democratic political spectrum. This debate stands before us as a unique opportunity to do things differently and start a fresh chapter to European policy making against the backdrop of the upcoming re-launch of the public consultation on the economic governance review by the European Commission.

The Fiscal Matters week of debate is the high-level moment on European fiscal policy in 2021. From September 27 to 30, it brings together the best minds to raise awareness and elicit debate. It builds on a wide range of perspectives to present recent academic work and connect ideas and people who care about our future and recognise the importance of fiscal policy for it.

The economy of the future is being created now. 21st century challenges are upon us: global public health, climate change, biodiversity loss, inequalities, gender equality and cohesion. We must seize new opportunities to build long term resilience. Fiscal and economic policy coordination will be decisive, in this decade and beyond, to steer the required transformation of European economies.

A suitable course for fiscal policy needs to be informed by a vibrant public debate including perspectives from across the democratic political spectrum. This debate stands before us as a unique opportunity to do things differently and start a fresh chapter to European policy making against the backdrop of the upcoming re-launch of the public consultation on the economic governance review by the European Commission.

The Fiscal Matters week of debate is the high-level moment on European fiscal policy in 2021. From September 27 to 30, it brings together the best minds to raise awareness and elicit debate. It builds on a wide range of perspectives to present recent academic work and connect ideas and people who care about our future and recognise the importance of fiscal policy for it.

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