The objective of the symposium are to discuss a number of themes associated with the EMU and its impact on economic development. The themes include fiscal discipline and development, sound Macroeconomic policies, the effect of EMU on developing countries, and the need or otherwise of revising the Maastricht Criteria.
The European Association of Development Research and Training Institutes, which is coordinating the symposium, is an international organization, with an active network of 150 organisations and 11 working groups addressing key issues in Development Research, Training and Information.
The network is managed from a central Secretariat in Bonn, Germany.
Executive Committee of EADI is drawn from many European countries, including Malta.
Persons wishing to attend the Symposium are requested to contact the EMU Symposium Secretariat, Islands and Small States Institute, St Paul Street, Valletta, VLT07, Malta. Tel: +356 21248218; Fax: +356 21248218. Email: email@example.com . Those wishing to present a paper are also requested to inform the Symposium Secretariat.
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