Financial Crisis, Equity, Democracy and Climate Change: Challenges and Proposals

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A Rede Jean Monnet “Crisis-Equity-Democracy for Europe and Latin America”, um consórcio internacional de pesquisa com 8 instituições na América Latina e Europa liderado pelo Instituto de Relações Internacionais da PUC-Rio, e apoio do programa ERASMUS+ da União Europeia, convida para a sua primeira conferência internacional, a ser realizada nos dias 17 e 18 de maio. O evento apresentará as atividades realizadas e planejadas da rede, e discutirá as instabilidades políticas e econômicas globais e a mudança climática, e os desafios para o financiamento para o desenvolvimento, acentuadas com a crise do COVID. Veja o programa completo e link para registro no evento online abaixo.

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Programação

DAY 1: Monday 17 May 2021


9.30 BRT (GMT-3), 14.30 CET (GMT+2) | Panel 1 – Jean Monnet Network “Crisis, Equity, Democracy for Europe and Latin America” 

Chair: Christian Ghymers (JMN, IRELAC & RTI) 

 Welcome words by Costanzo Fisogni, EU Delegation in Brasília 

Luiz Roberto Cunha, Dean, Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro 

Luis Manuel Fernandes, Director, Institute of International Relations, PUC-Rio 

“Jean Monnet Network: results of Phase 1 (2016-2019) and presentation of the book “Financial Crisis Management and Democracy: Lessons from Europe and Latin America”
Bettina Guilherme (JMN, European Parliament -ECON) & Stephany Griffith-Jones (JMN, Emeritus Professorial Fellow, IDS, Sussex University)  

“Jean Monnet Network Phase 2 (2020-2023): objectives and activities”
Andrea Ribeiro Hoffmann (Coordinator JMN, PUC-Rio)  

“The European Budget, Recovery Programme and the fiscal framework”
Margarida Marques (HM of European Parliament)  

Panel 2 – Climate Change and International Monetary System: Challenges and Proposals
Chair: Bernard Snoy (RTI) 

“Sustainable development, central bank strategy in a digital world and reform of the International Monetary System”
Michel Aglietta (University of Paris Nanterre, CEPII) (20’)

“Climate Change: policies to manage its macroeconomic and financial effects”
José Antonio Ocampo (Columbia University, Cátedra José Bonifácio USP) (15’) 

“The intertwined market failures explaining the systemic unsustainability”
Christian Ghymers (JMN, IRELAC & RTI) (10’) 

“Proposition for cutting CO2 emissions”
Stephan Schulmeister (JMN) (10’) 

General Discussion and Q & A – closing time : 12:00 in Brazil = 17:00 in Brussels   

DAY 2: Tuesday 18 May 2021


9.30 BRT (GMT-3), 14.30 CET (GMT+2) | Panel 3 – Green Economy and Financing for Development 

Chair: Andrea Ribeiro Hoffmann (Coordinator JMN, PUC Rio)  

“Rethinking international co-operation to define new development models: Perspectives from Development in Transition”
Mario Pezzini (OECD)  

“Funding a just and sustainable future: a view from the South”
Rogerio Studart (Senior Fellow, World Resources Institute) 

“The role of EIB and national development banks in Covid times and for EU green transformation”
Stephany Griffith-Jones (JMN, Emeritus Professorial Fellow, IDS, Sussex University) 

“Financing Development in the Anthropocene”
Paulo Esteves (JMN, PUC-Rio)  

General Discussion and Q&A  – closing time: 11:30 in Brazil = 16:30’ in Brussels

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