Wednesday 2nd July 2014, 18:30 - 21:00
The Ritz-Carlton Moscow, Tverskaya Street 3, Moscow, 125009, Russia.
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The Sir John Cass Business School MSc programmes are visiting Moscow to host this masterclass delivered by Professor Andrew Clare from the faculty of Finance. The evening is catered for prospective students and also Alumni from both City University London and Cass Business School.
The masterclass is upon the subject; Monetary union: Did the component parts of EMU ever comprise an optimal currency zone?
18.30 - 19:00 Registration
19.00 - 20:00 Masterclass
20.00 - 21:00 Refreshments & Networking
Synopsis of the Masterclass
Was European Monetary Union a marriage made in heaven or hell? In this Masterclass Andrew Clare will review the euphoria that preceded the formation of the Euro, and explain why the source of the current Eurozone crisis can be traced back to this period of optimism. He will argue that European politicians, in their haste to create the Euro, ignored the sort of basic economic truths with which any economics undergraduate would be familiar. He will then move on to consider some of the possible remedies for the Eurozone crisis, and the likely future for both Eurozone citizens and for countries that see trade with Eurozone nations as a crucial part of their own economic futures.
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6.30pm - 9.00pmWednesday 2nd July 2014