THE EUPOL JEAN MONNETPresiding over the Eurogroup, what good would it do for Spain?
Interview with Ana Mar Fernández, professor of Political Science at the Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB) and Fernando Arancón, director of The World Order, about the candidacy of Nadia Calviño to preside over the Eurogroup
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In times of crisis and uncertainty about the future of Europe, developing teaching and research on the EU as well as transferring knowledge to students, political elites and civil society on the central role played by the EU as a provider of public policies appear to be crucial. The main objective of this Jean Monnet Chair in European Policies consists of addressing EU contemporary challenges through the demonstration of its added value as a unique political organization.