The ECB partnered with Debating Europe and Bocconi University for an online debate. They want to give you the chance to talk to ECB policymakers so you can ask any questions you have and share your views with them (very much like our #Ask event with ECB President Mario Draghi).
Think Europe can do more for its young people? That was the topic of the most recent #ECBYouthDialogue! One of the ECB’s Executive Board members, Benoît Cœuré, answered your questions on 13 March at 18:00 CET in front of an audience at Bocconi University in Milan, and Debating Europe streamed the live Q&A.
So, what did our readers ask? First up, we had a comment sent in from Owen, who asked: “What are the ECB’s views, if any, on the economic impact of migration flows into the European Union?”
How would Benoît Cœuré respond?
Next up, we had a comment sent in from Alessandro, pointing out that “In Europe there are several very different countries in terms of their national economic situation. How is it possible to implement the right monetary policy within our diverse currency area?”
Here’s Benoît Cœuré’s response:
Finally, Leah sent us in a question asking: “Do you see any connection between the ECB’s monetary policy in the aftermath to the Great Recession and [the rise of] populism?”
This was the response:
Benoît Cœuré also answered questions from the audience of students at Bocconi University. You can see the full video at the top of this post!
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