18th September 2020
« From Bretton Woods to 2008 and beyond:
The Evolutions and Challenges of Global Financial and Monetary governance«
This international conference on monetary economics and economic history will focus on the crises and transformations in international monetary and financial governance from Bretton Woods to the 2008 crisis. It will analyse the responses of central banks and governments in terms of monetary policies and new regulations of the international monetary and financial system to address systemic risk.
Keynote speaker: Prof. Michael D. Bordo (Rutgers University, NBER)
Brussels, Saint-Louis and getting around
Brussels is very easy to get to. And as in most large cities, as you might expect, it is easy to get around on public transport, by bicycle or on foot. Brussels is a city that you can live in, explore and enjoy without a car!
Getting to Brussels
Getting around Brussels: Guide
The university is ideally located in the centre of the city with several railway stations within easy reach. It is also located halfway between two of the city’s main public transport stations, Botanique, and Rogier, which offer convenient metro, tram and bus access to and across the entire city.
As a rough guide, the Gare Centrale railway station is located less than 20 minutes away on foot, the Gare du Nord can be reached in 10 minutes on foot and the Gare du Congrès is a just a short distance away on the same metro line as the Gare du Midi (the Gare du Midi is about 10 minutes away on tram).
Brussels metro, tram, and bus (STIB)
Bus (De Lijn)