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The Conference Board is developing simple models to examine how sovereign debt to GDP ratios of major economies would evolve over the long term under different growth and expenditure projections. Please join economists for The Conference Board for a discussion of our latest outlook for the Euro Area economy. In addition, we will present some scenarios for the future path of debt levels in Germany and Spain. We will use these scenarios to show how sovereign debt will affect short- and long-term growth and consider what policy options are available for these and other Euro Area economies.


Brian Schaitkin

Brian Schaitkin
The Conference Board

Brian Schaitkin is an economist at The Conference Board. Schaitkin joined The Conference Board in 2007 as a research analyst for the Global Indicators Research Institute program. Schaitkin helped develop The Conference Board Leading Ec... Full Bio

Kathy Bostjancic

Kathy Bostjancic
Director for Macroeconomic Analysis
The Conference Board

Kathy Bostjancic is director for macroeconomic analysis at The Conference Board. A specialist in the U.S. economy and financial markets, she is a member of the team that produces the U.S. economic forecast and global outlook for The Conference Boa... Full Bio

Kirsten Jaeger

Kirsten Jaeger
The Conference Board Europe

Kirsten Jaeger is an economist with The Conference Board Europe in Brussels. She joined the economics team at The Conference Board in 2008 and is working intensively on research projects related to productivity and intangible investment. Jaeger wa... Full Bio


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