President Pavoncello Featured in Wall Street Journal Article on Euro-Zone Crisis
JCU President Franco Pavoncello was recently featured in an article in the Wall Street Journal about the euro-zone debt crisis, and more specifically the tension between Germany and Mediterranean countries such as Spain, Italy and France over proposed rescue plans.
Professor Pavoncello noted how German Chancellor Angela Merkel finds herself in the position of having to give a strong signal that she is willing to find common ground, especially in light of the growing political alliance between Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti and newly-elected French President François Hollande.
President Pavoncello has a Ph.D. from the University of Michigan and is a leading analyst of Italian politics. He is also a well-known media commentator on Italian affairs, a contributor to major international newspapers, and appears regularly on radio and television networks, including CNN, BBC, New York Times, Reuters Press and TV, International Herald Tribune and many other media organizations.
Read the Wall Street Journal article here.