NB Interview in English
Minister of Finance Jeroen Dijsselbloem is visiting Groningen to participate in a Leadership Panel organized by EBF. During the panel he will be interviewed by
, Professor in general economics and finance at Rijksuniversiteit Groningen. The event will take place on Wednesday 22 February in the Nieuwe Kerk in Groningen.
In this interview several relevant themes will be attended to, such as the future of the Euro, the Brexit, the ECB Policy, the low interest rates and the upcoming elections in several European countries. After a short introduction on each theme, attendants will have the opportunity to ask questions to learn about the perspectives on these issues by one of the most influential persons in European Monetary Policy.
The event is accessible to all students in Groningen and there is no admission fee. The event starts at 3.30 pm and lasts until 4.30 pm.
Doors open at 3.00 pm | No application required
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Each year the EBF organizes several Leadership Panels. A Leadership Panel is an inspiring lecture given by an influential person from the business and/or political environment. Key-note speakers are invited to talk about their view on leadership. Furthermore, during the lecture the speakers talk about their life, work or current occurrences in the world.
Overview of earlier EBF Leadership Panels
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