Fiscal Governance and Budgetary Surveillance Reform in the EU
presented at: Fiscal Governance and Budgetary Surveillance Reform in the EU (29 Nov 2010)
As a member of the fiscal governance and fiscal statistics unit of the European Commission's Directorate-General for Economics and Finance, Anna Iara has recently been involved in the drafting of the EU legislative proposal on minimum requirements for national budgetary frameworks. Before joining the Commission in early 2009, she was member of the research staff of the Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies and the Center for European Integration Studies of the University of Bonn, where her fields of work included labour economics and migration, regional economics, and applied econometrics. Anna Iara holds a doctoral degree in economics from the University of Bonn and completed her graduate studies at the Central European University (MA in economics) and the University of Bonn (MSc in geography).
Countries covered: European Union
Research Areas: Macroeconomic Analysis and Policy