Reforms of the Economic and Monetary Union and of the European Banking Union: current state of play

19 July 2019

The financial and economic crisis evidenced the need to reform and strengthen the EU’s Economic and Monetary Union. As is well-known, several imbalances in its functioning – notably the imbalance between a fully integrated Monetary Union among Euro area Member States and the mere coordination of their economic policies – showed their limits, as did the possibility for banks to operate in several Member States without any common supervisory framework.

Diane Fromage

Diane Fromage has been Assistant Professor of European Law since February 2017. She was previously Assistant Professor in EU Law at Utrecht University and a Max Weber Postdoctoral fellow in Law at the European University Institute of Florence, Italy. She obtained her PhD in November 2013 from the Universities of Pavia (Italy) and Pompeu Fabra (Barcelona, Spain). 

Her research focuses on Regional and national parliaments in the European Union and, more generally, on any topic related to parliaments in the EU, such as interparliamentary cooperation. She is also interested in Independent fiscal institutions and the European Banking Union. Generally, EU institutional matters and comparative constitutional law are of her interest.