Advanced Issues of EU Law - 2012
April 22-28, 2012
EU Enlargement: Identities, Values and Market
Venue: IUC Dubrovnik
Organizer: Jean Monnet Chair of European Public Law, University of Zagreb, Faculty of Law
The Seminar is aimed for:
- undergraduate and graduate students of law
- doctoral students and researchers
- junior public servants
A limited number of travel and subsistance grants will be offered to participants presenting a research paper. Deadline for submission of abstracts (500 words) is January 15, 2012. Selected candidates will be invited to submitt the paper in Dubrovnik. Deserving contributions will be published in the Croatian Yearbook of European Law & Policy.
Paper proposals should be sent by e-mail to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Steven Blockmans (Asser Institute)
- Tamara Ćapeta (University of Zagreb)
- Marise Cremona (Euroepean University Institute, Florence)
- Iris Goldner Lang (University of Zagreb)
- Zdenek Kuhn (Charles University, Praha)
- Adam Lazowski (University of Westminster, London)
- Tamara Perišin (University of Zagreb)
- Miguel Poiares Maduro (European University Institute, Florence)
- Don Regan (University of Michigan)
- Siniša Rodin (University of Zagreb)
- Eleanor Sharpston (Advocate General, European Court of Justice)
- Jo Shaw (University of Edinburgh)
- Sigmar Stadlmeier (Johannes Kepler University Linz)
- Derrick Wyatt (Oxford University)
Call for papers:
The research conference is aiming to address how EU accession affects formation of national identities and the European identity, and how such identities become integrated into European values, legal principles and legal rules. Organizers welcome papers discussing experiences of previous accessions as well as those discussing how European values affect candidate countries and other states still in transition that have European aspirations.
We also encourage papers discussing different understandings and visions of the internal market, and how such understandings affect legal interpretation on national and European level. We look to explore the issue to what extent have such understandings changed following the big bang enlargement, and whether evidence of change / continuity can be found in the Treaty of Lisbon and post-Lisbon developments in case law of the ECJ and institutional practice.
Keywords: european identity, national identity, internal market, enlargement, economic constitution, market freedoms, interpretation, legal pluralism, general principles of law, values
- submission of paper proposals: January 15, 2012
- submission of papers: March 31, 2012
- submission of final papers for publication: June 15, 2012
- registration (without paper - limited number of places): please send a motivation letter)
- Authors of accepted papers will receive grants covering reasonable travel expenses and lodging with breakfast. There is no need to submit any additional grant applications.
- A limited number of grants is availible for advanced students and young professionals (participants without paper).
- Applicants from non-EU European states who want to take part at the conference (without paper) may be elegible for IUC grants (see below). Such applicants should submitt the grant application form and submitt it to the IUC directly. Application form for scholarship can be downloaded here.
- Croatian applicants can apply for a grant of the Croatian Ministry of Science.
Please note that the e-mail address for communication is email@example.com
Please send a Cc: to Mr. Filip Kuhta at firstname.lastname@example.org