For many today, debating institutional adjustments to the European Monetary Union embodies typical Brussels solipsism. If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it seems to be a reasonable point of departure, especially with economic growth slowly but steadily returning to Europe, mainly driven by private consumption. However, it is still broken when it comes to sufficiently […]
Andrej Stuchlik is Policy Advisor at the European Investment Bank’s Brussels Office and previously Senior Analyst at the European Parliamentary Research Service. He is a former Manager at Bertelsmann Stiftung and Assistant Professor of Political Science at Speyer University and Andrássy-University Budapest.