Amsterdam Center for Corporate Finance


On September 29th, 2015, Leszek Balcerowicz gave a lecture entitled Reforming the Eurozone Towards Growth: Lessons from the Polish Post-Communistic Perspective. Balcerowicz is the key architect of the modern Polish economy. Under his guidance as a Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance (from 1989 – 1991 and from 1997-2000) the Polish post-communistic economy was rapidly transitioned from a communist economy, based on state ownership and central planning, into a capitalist market economy. In his lecture Balcerowicz discussed the rise and crises of the economy of the Eurozone over the years as well as possible policy strategies for reform.

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RECENT publication:

Towards a better understanding of the Capitalization of Banks

Topics in corporate finance Deel 23:

In the ongoing focus of the Amsterdam Center for Corporate Finance (ACCF) on the future structure of the financial sector, this issue of its series Topics in Corporate Finance is devoted to the subject of capitalization of banks with as leading author Professor Anat Admati, the George G.C. Parker Professor of Finance and Economics at Stanford University who has been at the forefront of the bank capitalization discussion.

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