Paul De Grauwe is a world-class economist whose work focuses on international economics, monetary systems, monetary integration, foreign-exchange markets, and open-economy issues.
Paul foresaw the financial crisis that is now rocking the European Union and the world: in a prescient piece, he warned that the Greece sovereign debt crisis would have a destabilizing effect on the entire Eurozone unless immediate actions were taken.
With a truly international outlook and a deep knowledge of US and European economic systems, he is a sought-after speaker and teacher. He has served as a visiting professor at some of the most prestigious universities in the world, including the University of Paris, the University of Michigan, the University of Pennsylvania, the University of Amsterdam, and the University of Milan.
Paul is a regular contributor to the Financial Times.
He is a prolific author with numerous books to his credit, including Economics of Monetary Union. This highly regarded text, now in its 8th edition, explores theories and practice of monetary unions, costs and benefits of having one currency, and current issues involving the Euro.
Paul tailors each presentation to the needs of his audience and is not limited to the topics we have listed below. These are subjects that have proven valuable to customers in the past and are meant only to suggest his range and interests. Please ask us about any subject that interests you; we are sure that we can accommodate you.