Summer term 2008
Research on Europeanization has not stopped with the “old” member states. With the accession of Eastern European countries, it has found a new laboratory that allows for the scrutiny of concepts and explanatory approaches in different political, societal, economical, and cultural contexts. The lecture series deals with the question to what extent the effects of Europeanization on the domestic structures of accession states differ from those we were able to observe in “old” member states and how differences within and between “old” and “new” states can be accounted for. The lecturers are political scientists as well as political practitioners, respectively, and will discuss core questions and problems concerning Eastern Enlargement based on their expertise and from an Europeanization perspective.
You can find an overview over the lecture series here.
Europeanization of Societal Institutions
Prof. Dr. Alina Mungiu-Pippidi, Hertie School of Governance
May 29, 2008
Europäisierung regionaler Institutionen (Europeanization of Regional Institutions)
Dr. Martin Brusis, Center für angewandte Politikforschung, LMU
June 12, 2008
Europäisierung politischer Institutionen (Europeanization of Political Institutions)
Prof. Dr. Frank Schimmelfennig, ETH Zürich
June 19, 2008
Europäisierung der Wirtschaftspolitik (Europeanization of Economic Policy)
Dr. Frank Bönker, Viadrina Universität, Frankfurt/Oder
June 26, 2008
Europäisierung der Sozialpolitik (Europeanization of Social Policy)
Prof. Dr. Dorothee Bohle, Central European University, Budapest
July 03, 2008
Europeanization of Environmental Policy
Dr. Adam Fagan, University of London
July 10, 2008
Varieties of Europeanization?
Dr. Ulrich Sedelmeier, London School of Economics