Group 2. NEXT GENERATION EU AND OVERCOMING THE HAMILTONIAN MOMENT OF THE EU
The unprecedented decision to ask the European Commission to directly borrow money on behalf of its 27 member states to finance a €750 billion recovery plan (the Next Generation EU) was rightly hailed as the ‘Hamiltonian’ moment in the history of European integration. But this, if not backed by permanent measures, risks having been in vain.
Introduction: Koert Debeuf (Director of Tahrir Institute for Middle East Policy Europe)
Lorenzo Fioramonti* (Italy’s MP and Former Minister of Universities, Schools and Research), Giovanna Melandri* (President Human Foundation), Marco Maria Aterrano (Professor of Contemporary History, Università degli Studi di Messina), Michele Geraci (Professor of Economic Policy Practice, Nottingham University of Ningbo), Cosimo Pacciani* (Senior Advisory Board Member, International Research Centre on Artificial Intelligence, UNESCO), Stefania Baroncelli (Professor Public and European Union Law at Free University of Bozen-Bolzano), Ulrike Guérot* (Founder and Director of the European Democracy Lab, EDL), Antonio Nicita* (Principal Adviser European Commission, Member of the Regulatory Scrutiny Board), Alberto Bramanti (Professor of Regional Economics, Bocconi University), Antonio Parenti (Head of the European Commission Representation in Italy), Maria Letizia Giorgetti (Associate Professor, Università degli Studi di Milano), Roberto Castaldi* (General Editor Euractiv), Victor Mallet (Chief Paris Bureau, Financial Times), John Hooper (Italy and Vatican correspondent of The Economist), Kelly Falconer (Asia Literary Agency), Gavin Hewitt (Former Chief Correspondent for EUROPE, BBC)
Chair: Cerstin Gammelin (Sueddeutsche Zeitung)