Free and public, this forum brings together business leaders, academics, international organizations, NGOs, politicians and students for three days of discussion. Organized each year around an economic and social theme, these three days of discussion aspire not only to contribute to a better public understanding of economic problems, but also to identify which policy alternatives should best be put into effect. Les Rencontres are also an exercise in intellectual exploration culminating at the end of the conference in a joint public statement by the members of Le Cercle des economistes. The sessions and debates can be followed on the official website of les Rencontres Economiques dAix-en-Provence and then on its YouTube channel. Each year, over a hundred journalists from a dozen countries cover the event.
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Most of this commentary has, rightly, focused on the economic track record of the euro area. I will not discuss these benefits today. Instead I will merely say that, since day one, many commenters, including here in the United States, have predicted the imminent demise of the euro. However, the truth is that, today, three out of four people in the euro area support the euro — the broadest support since its creation.
The BIS hosts nine international organisations engaged in standard setting and the pursuit of financial stability through the Basel Process. Speech by Mr Jens Weidmann , President of the Deutsche Bundesbank, at the Deutsche Bundesbank symposium on financial stability and the role of central banks in Frankfurt, 27 February Guest article by Dr Jens Weidmann , President of the Deutsche Bundesbank, entitled "Stop encouraging banks to load up on state debt" in the Financial Times, published on 1 October