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Georges Bingen, ex-researcher at U.L.B, was named Head of the European Commission representation in the Grand Duchy. Currently heading the people programme unit at the Commission’s education and culture directorate, luxembourger Georges Bingen will take up his new role on September 1st. The 54 year old economist succeeds Ernst Moutschen, who held the post for five years.

Solvay Brussels School - Economics & Management - News

Earlier this summer, Mathias Dewatripont stepped of his responsabilities as first Dean of the Solvay Brussels School to join the Board of Directors of the National Bank of Belgium. This new mandate started on the 18th of May 2011 and will run for 6 years.

Solvay Brussels School would like to wish Mathias great success in this new challenge!

For more information, visit the official NBB site

Solvay Brussels School - Economics & Management - News

German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Nicolas Sarkozy want to create a European government to guide the bloc’s finances (as well as having power to overrule national governments).

Is this political move what the market expects? Listen to Professor of Finance, Marco Becht, interviewed by the Russian 27/7 news channel.

 

 

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Matthieu Ricard, author of numerous Buddhist philosophy books and personal friend (and interpreter for the french-speaking world) of the Dalai Lama, will join us on the Saturday 24th of September for a conference entitled “Justice, Altruism and Economy: which direction to take in regards to the Crisis? A dialogue on integration, justice and altruism in the economy and the business world”.

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Bruno Colmant: "The summer is hot!"

Friday, August 5, 2011

Thursday 4th of August 2011, our Professor of Economics, Bruno Colmant, answered the questions of RTBF, the main french-speaking public TV channel in Belgium, concerning the latest stock exchanges difficulties.

To view the interview in full, go to www.rtbf.be