About: Jean Pisani Ferry

Future EU 21-02-2018

Macron’s advisor: France, Germany have only a few months to act

Jean Pisani-Ferry has developed French President Emmanuel Macron's economic programme and is one of his closest economic policy advisers. Germany and France need a common position to reform the Eurozone, he says and calls for action in an interview with EURACTIV's media partner WirtschaftsWoche.
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EU Priorities 2020 28-11-2014

French, German economists offer plan to counter EU ‘stagnation’

Warning that Europe risks a "stagnation trap", leading French and German economists proposed reforms and investments to revive growth in the eurozone's two biggest economies, but Berlin swiftly dismissed a key proposal to boost its public investment.
EU Priorities 2020 01-07-2014

French strategists map reforms to counter EU defiance

France Stratégie, a government advisory body, has issued a report outlining the reforms it deems necessary to keep the European project alive and counter rising French Euroscepticism. EURACTIV France reports.
Euro & Finance 21-10-2011

Three Ways to Save the Eurozone

The challenge for Europe is to decide what to tell markets, to give them a good reason to regain trust in the eurozone’s credibility, Jean Pisani-Ferry spells out three ways to do so.
Euro & Finance 26-11-2010

The crooked path of financial reform

It would be premature to write off the financial reforms undertaken as failures, writes Jean Pisani-Ferry, director of Bruegel, an international economics think-tank.
Euro & Finance 23-09-2010

The price of crisis prevention

The high price of the financial crisis shows how reforms must be as cost-effective as possible, writes Jean Pisani-Ferry, director of economics think-tank Bruegel, professor of economics at the Université Paris-Dauphine and a member of the French prime minister's Council of Economic Analysis.
Regional Policy 28-07-2010

Europe’s federalism debate revived

As eurozone ministers reflect on how to rebuild economic governance in the wake of the Greek crisis, Jean Pisani-Ferry explores the debate on fiscal federalism and urges policymakers to clearly define options for better coordination.
Euro & Finance 19-09-2008

European Growth: What’s to be done?

"Excessively low growth" has brought the European economy to a standstill following a series of violent shocks in the last two years, writes Jean Pisani Ferry, the director of Brussels-based economic policy think tank Bruegel, for Eurointelligence.

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