The War in Ukraine and its Economic Implications for the EU
The effects of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine have shaken European mainstream thinking on multiple fronts. With inflation and energy prices skyrocketing throughout Europe for the first time since the introduction of the Euro and national debts soaring due to increased spending, can this event become a turning point to rethink the EU’s economic strategy and economic relations with autocratic countries?
George Pagoulatos, Director General, ELIAMEP
Maria Demertzis, Deputy Director, Bruegel
Reinhard Felke, Director for policy, strategy and communication, DG ECFIN at European Comission
Megan Greene, Senior Fellow, M-RCBG, Harvard Kennedy School
Elena Giannakopoulou, Director of Strategy, Public Power Corporation S.A.
Chair: Nikos Chrysoloras, Senior Media Officer, European Investment Bank