October 15, 2012
A New Role for the EU in Economic Governance. Lessons from Emerging and Existing Models - Amsterdam, 9 November 2012Posted by D. Daniel Sokol
The Amsterdam Centre for European Law and Governance(University of Amsterdam) invites you to its 2nd ACELG Annual Conference on
A New Role for the EU in Economic Governance. Lessons from Emerging and Existing Models
Amsterdam, 9 November 2012
This conference will explore and discuss the possible models for EU law and governance in the areas of economic and financial policies, while reviewing experiences with existing EU governance models in the economic domain.
The one-day conference will focus on discussing the EU’s role in the coordination of national economic policies and in the oversight of financial markets and aims to identify challenges to the future governance model. It will draw from two existing EU governance models in two distinct fields: competition, where the EU has had a central role from the outset (of the EEC), and food safety, where – similar to the area of financial and economic policies – the Member States originally retained their exclusive competence.
Prof. Fabian Ambtenbrink, Erasmus University Rotterdam
Prof. Imelda Maher, University College Dublin
Prof. Niamh Moloney, London School of Economics
Prof. Ellen Vos, Maastricht University
Attendance is free of charge. Participants are required to register.
Please address general inquiries to Angela Moisl, email@example.com
For a more detailed programme and online registration, see http://acelg.uva.nl/news-events/events/content/conferences/2012/11/2nd-annual-acelg-conference.html
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