Five views: What we’ve learned from 20 years of the European Central Bank

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Publication Date 01/06/2018
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The European Central Bank was established 20 years ago on 1 June 1998. To mark the anniversary, the LSE EuroppBlog asked five academics to give their views on the lessons learned from two decades of the ECB, and their predictions on what might lie in store for both the ECB and the euro over the next 20 years.

+ Paul De Grauwe: Lessons of the financial crisis for the ECB
+ Waltraud Schelkle: The ECB at 20: Not like its boring older brother
+ Sebastian Diessner: Happy 20th Birthday, ECB – here’s to many more?
+ Hjalte Lokdam: The next 20 years may see the Eurozone become a federal (economic) state
+ Shahin Vallée: The Eurozone crisis unearthed profound flaws in the architecture of the euro area that make reviewing the design and operations of the ECB a necessity.

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ECB: Explainer, June 2018: What does the ECB mean for you in your daily life? 20 facts to mark our 20th birthday
ESO: Key source: European Central Bank

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