Recent Issues in European Economic Integration and EU Enlargement
From: 2011-06-23 to: 2011-06-24
International Workshop on
Recent Issues in European Economic Integration
and EU Enlargement
June 23-24, 2011, Brussels
University College Brussels (H.U.Brussel)
INFER – International Network for Economic Research
Leuven Centre for Irish Studies
This workshop provides an opportunity for all those interested in the Economics of European Integration to discuss new research and to exchange ideas. Researchers are invited to submit both empirical and theoretical papers broadly consistent with this workshop’s special topic: Recent Issues in European Economic Integration and EU Enlargement.
The workshop is open to anybody involved in international and European issues, including both young and experienced researchers, Ph.D. students, post-doctoral researchers, and professionals from business, government and non-governmental institutions.
Although all papers in this field may be submitted, in particular empirical and theoretical research regarding the following topics is welcome:
- Economic evaluation of the future enlargement of the European Union (Western Balkan countries, Turkey, Ukraine, Iceland, etc.)
- Economic evaluation of previous EU enlargements (e.g., Central and Eastern European Countries, Malta, Cyprus)
- Evaluation of Eurozone enlargements
- Topical studies on international trade, FDI, economic geography, labour, monetary aspects in a European context etc.
- New insights into European policy after the financial crisis
We are happy to welcome to following internationally distinguished keynote speakers:
Miroslav Jovanovic (European Institute of the University of Geneva)
Jarko Fidrmuc (National Bank of Austria)
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