Daniel Gros

Director of the Centre for European Policy Studies
Daniel Gros
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Daniel Gros is the Director of the Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS) since 2000. He holds a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Chicago.

Notable Career. In the past Daniel worked at the International Monetary Fund (IMF), collaborated with the European Commission as economic adviser to the Delors Committee that developed plans for the Economic and Monetary Union (EMU), and taught at several leading European Universities.During the early 1990s he advised governments in the former Soviet Union on their trade and exchange rate relations and Central European countries on their links to the European Union.

More recently he has been member of high level advisory bodies to the French and Belgian governments and was provided advice to numerous central banks and governments, including Greece, the UK and the US, at the highest political level.  Daniel is currently an adviser to the European Parliament and a member of the Advisory Scientific Council (ASC) to the European Systemic Risk Board (ESRB). 

Published Writer. He has published extensively on international monetary affairs in scientific journals and is the author of several books, including leading textbooks on the economics of transition and the genesis of the euro. He is editor of Economie Internationale and International Finance. He contributes a globally syndicated column on European economic issues to Project Syndicate. 

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Europe: Politics and Economics

  • The EP elections: a vote against Europe or a vote against national politics?
  • The agenda for the next European Commission
  • The Franco-German alliance: can it continue to serve as a motor for Europe?
  • The economic pain the EU periphery: Is it all the fault of the euro?
  • Do we need a European Finance Minister?  No need for a master plan from Brussels
  • The next move for the ECB
  • Quantitative easing for the euro?
  • Security of gas supply in Europe?
  • Russia and Europe (Russia in Europe?)

Global Economic Issues

  • The global economy in 2030: what will be the place of Europe?
  • Asian growth pattern: are they sustainable?
  • The global race for better education: is Europe squandering its potential?
  • China and the EU in the global economy
  • Brazil and the EU in the global economy
  • Learning from small countries? : contemporary Nordic sagas

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