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The future of Europe

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Europe is at a crossroads. What must European leaders do to combat populism, the refugee crisis, and low growth? The Sound of Economics is a series of podcasts about economic policy, brought to you by Bruegel. This is a special edition of our podcast from our Annual Meetings. Speakers Romano Prodi, Former Prime Minister of Italy and Former President of the European Commission Sylvie Goulard, Member of the European Parliament Joachim Bitterlich, Former European, Diplomatic and Security Advisor to German Chancellor Helmut Kohl André Sapir, Senior Fellow, Bruegel Credits Presenters: Áine Quinn Producers – Vanessa Cotterell, Giuseppe Porcaro

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Europe is at a crossroads. What must European leaders do to combat populism, the refugee crisis, and low growth?

The Sound of Economics is a series of podcasts about economic policy, brought to you by Bruegel.

This is a special edition of our podcast from our Annual Meetings.

Speakers

Romano Prodi, Former Prime Minister of Italy and Former President of the European Commission

Sylvie Goulard, Member of the European Parliament

Joachim Bitterlich, Former European, Diplomatic and Security Advisor to German Chancellor Helmut Kohl

André Sapir, Senior Fellow, Bruegel

Credits

Presenters: Áine Quinn

Producers – Vanessa Cotterell, Giuseppe Porcaro

About Bruegel
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