Monetary Dialogue 2009-2014: Looking Backward, Looking Forward, Monetary Dialogue, March 2014

14-03-2014

With the European Parliament's 7th legislative (2004-2009) term coming to an end, the notes of this compilation reflect on the working of the Monetary Dialogue exercise. The notes assess the actual activity of information exchange between the European Parliament and the ECB, review the past five years of monetary dialogues and make policy recommendations on how to possibly improve the Monetary Dialogue in the current context of the ECB’s evolving role. The notes by key monetary experts have been requested by the Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs (ECON) as an input for the March 2014 session of the Monetary Dialogue between the Members of ECON and the President of the ECB.

With the European Parliament's 7th legislative (2004-2009) term coming to an end, the notes of this compilation reflect on the working of the Monetary Dialogue exercise. The notes assess the actual activity of information exchange between the European Parliament and the ECB, review the past five years of monetary dialogues and make policy recommendations on how to possibly improve the Monetary Dialogue in the current context of the ECB’s evolving role. The notes by key monetary experts have been requested by the Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs (ECON) as an input for the March 2014 session of the Monetary Dialogue between the Members of ECON and the President of the ECB.

Külső szerző

Gregory CLAEYS, Mark HALLERBERG and Olga TSCHEKASSIN (Bruegel) ; Charles WYPLOSZ (Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies) ; Karl WHELAN (University College Dublin) ; Anne SIBERT (Birkbeck, University of London) ; Stefan COLLIGNON (Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, London School of Economics) ; Ansgar BELKE (University of Duisburg-Essen) ; Sylvester C.W. EIJFFINGER (Tilburg University) and Guillermo DE LA DEHESA (Centre for Economic Policy Research)