European Economists for an Alternative Economic Policy in Europe

EuroMemo Group

Call for papers: EuroMemo Group Conference 2017

This year's conference is dedicated to the question Can the EU still be saved? The implications of a multi-speed Europe. It will be jointly hosted with the Department of Geography at Harokopio University and the Nicos Poulantzas Institute in Athens, from 28-30 September 2017. We would like to invite you to attend the conference and to submit proposals for contributions to the workshops (call for papers).

Please visit the conference website for more information.

EuroMemorandum 2017 - The European Union: The Threat of Disintegration

The new EuroMemorandum has been published EuroMemorandum 2017. More than 270 economists and social scientists from all over Europe and beyond have declared their support for the new EuroMemorandum (list of signatories). More information can be found here.

If you wish to have the opportunity to support the new EuroMemorandum please send an e-mail to

Jörg-Huffschmid-Prize 2017 - Call for applications

The EuroMemo Group, the scientific advisory board of Attac Germany, the German Working Group on Alternative Economic Policy and the Rosa Luxemburg Foundation announce the Jörg-Huffschmid-Prize 2017. The prize for dissertations in the field of political economy is intended to promote the continuation of the work of Jörg Huffschmid, distinguished critical economist and founding father of the EuroMemo Group. Both, pre-doc and PhD-theses are encouraged.

Application should be send to until 31 March 2017.

More information (in German) can be found here

EuroMemo Group Conference 2016 - The European Union: the Threat of Disintegration

The 22nd Workshop on Alternative Economic Policy in Europe was held from 15-17 September 2016 at the University of Coimbra in Portugal. Speakers included Hans-Jürgen Bieling, Catherine Mathieu, Ricardo Cabral, Cédric Durand and Fabio De Masi. We thank all conference participants for their important contributions. Please visit the conference website for more information and the presented papers.

EuroMemo Group supports a NO vote in the Greek referendum

The decision of the Greek government to call for a referendum after the collapse of the negotiations with the European and international institutions gives the Greek people the opportunity to reject the blackmail they are facing. Voting for NO is a vote against austerity and fear, a vote for democracy, dignity and sovereignty in Europe. At the same time, it is a vote defending the rights of the European people and the future of Europe.

declaration of support

Book publication - The Deepening Crisis of the European Union: The Case for Radical Change

In relation to the 18th EuroMemo Group Conference in Poznan, Poland, the Poznan University of Economics published the book 'The Deepening Crisis of the European Union: The Case for Radical Change'. It was edited by Włodzimierz Dymarski, Marica Frangakis and Jeremy Leaman of the EuroMemo Group. More information can be found here.

European Progressive Economists Network

A new network has been set up to strengthen the interchange of analysis and information between groups of progressive economists in Europe. The European Progressive Economists Network was launched by the EuroMemo Group, Economistes Atterrés from France, Sbilanciamoci! from Italy, and Another Road for Europe at the Florence 10+10 Forum on 9-11 November 2012. The new network is also supported by Econosphères from Belgium, Econonuestra from Spain, the Transnational Institute, the Critical Political Economy Network, and Transform!

The initial statement is available in English, French, Italian and German.

Solidarity against Austerity

The EuroMemo Group declares its solidarity with the peoples of Greece, Spain and Portugal mobilizing against a so-called European policy imposed against their own elementary interests. (declaration of solidarity)


EuroMemorandum 2017

The European Union: The Threat of Disintegration


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