Economic governance of the euro area, European Central Bank, economic and European policies of France and Italy
Since 2014 at SWP
Since 2014 non-resident Fellow at the Polish Institute of International Affairs (PISM)
2010–2014 Lead Analyst at the Polish Institute of International Affairs (PISM) with focus on the euro area and EU finances, research team coodinator and member of the steering committee of a project of the Seventh Framework Programme of the European Commission, Warsaw, Poland
2013 PhD in Economics at the Warsaw School of Economics (SGH), Poland
The euro currency was introduced as cash on 1 January 2002. The single currency has mitigated the impact of external shocks on the euro area economies and led to deeper integration. But many problems remain unresolved, writes Paweł Tokarski.
Contributions to Research Papers 2021/RP 04, 28.05.2021, 51 Pages, pp. 26–30
Limits to Stabilisation by Monetary Policy and the Search for Alternatives
The new Italian prime minister, Mario Draghi, will have very little time to solve the country’s structural problems, which have existed for decades. It is therefore crucial for someone to take the helm after him who will build on his achievements, says Paweł Tokarski.
The pandemic crisis opens a window of opportunity to initiate structural changes in euro area countries, says Paweł Tokarski. Monetary policy and financial assistance alone are not enough.
EU leaders have struck a deal on an historic coronavirus recovery financial package. Can Europe come out stronger from the crisis? Our guests: Cerstin Gammelin (Süddeutsche Zeitung), Erik Kirschbaum (Journalist), Paweł Tokarski (SWP)
A selection of experts answer a new question from Judy Dempsey on the foreign and security policy challenges shaping Europe’s role in the world