Open House Webinar “Rules of Restraint” on European and Brazilian fiscal rules
Guests: Clara Brenck (MADE), Pedro Marques (MADE), Dr. Max Krahé (Dezernat Zukunft)
Moderation: Prof. Dr. Alexandros Kentikelenis (Bocconi University)
Registration: via Zoom
Schuldenbremse and the Stability and Growth Pact – both the German and the European fiscal rules aim at restraining the issuance of public debt.
While Germany and the EU are outliers compared to other sovereign countries such as Japan, the UK, or the US, the belief that public debt issuance should be restricted by law has spread to emerging markets, too.
At our upcoming Open House Webinar on October 11th, 4-5 pm (Berlin time), we will look at the case of Brazil, which has implemented a fiscal framework even tougher than the German Schuldenbremse.
We are delighted to be joined by Clara Brenck and Pedro Marques from the Brazilian think tank MADE. Together with Max Krahé we will compare, contextualize, and discuss European and Brazilian fiscal rules in a broader political and economic background.
The event will be moderated by Alexandros Kentikelenis, associate Professor at Bocconi University.
We kindly ask for prior registration via Zoom. Everyone is invited to join the webinar; no prior knowledge is required. The webinar will be held in English.