DEMOCRATIZING A CURRENCY?

2nd ANNUAL SYMPOSIUM

HASS FACULTY RESEARCH GROUP IN FINANCE AND FINANCIAL LAW

Newcastle Law School SR3

6 July 201210.30 am – 4.00 pm 

DEMOCRATIZING A CURRENCY? 

As the world watches European policy makers attempts to manage the crisis in Eurozone government financing and voters verdicts on these attempts scholars are asking some fundamental questions about the limits to the use of law and legal design in achieving monetary union and economic convergence. As the bond markets, voting polities and adjudicative and legislative bodies across Europe deliver verdicts on these attempts that threaten to derail them as soon as the ink is dry on a new Treaty or Pact what can our own disciplines tell us and what can we learn from each other about “Democratising a Currency”?  The HASS Faculty Research Group in Finance and Financial Law is pleased to invite you to its second one-day inaugural symposium. 

PLACES ARE LIMITED TO ACADEMIC STAFF AND POSTGRADUATE RESEARCH STUDENTS ONLY WHO ARE WILLING TO MAKE AN ACTIVE CONTRIBUTION TO THE DISCUSSION DURING THE SYMPOSIUM. PLEASE REGISTER YOUR INTEREST IN ATTENDING THIS EVENT BY EMAILING:  joanne.pinnock@newcastle.ac.uk

 

published on: 29th June 2012