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Italy and Germany and the challenges of European Integration

Novembre 13, 2014 - 14:30 - 20:00

Luogo

Aula Polivalente
Viale Romania, 32 Rome
Italy

14:30/15:00 - Introduction:  

Germany, Italy and the Euro Crisis

Sergio Fabbrini, Director, School of Government and Professor, Political Science and International Relations, LUISS Guido Carli; 

15:00/16:00 - First Panel: Germany and Italy in the EU Mirror

German Views on the Italian Role in the EU

Robert Kaiser, Professor of Comparative Politics and Political Theory, University of Siegen 

Is There a German Question in Italian Economic Debate

Carlo Bastasin, Columnist at “Il Sole 24ore”, senior Fellow at Brookings Institution, Washington, Senior Fellow at Luiss School of European Political Economy, LUISS Guido Carli 

16:00/16:30: Coffee Break 

16:30/17/30 - Second Panel: European Integration and the Welfare State

The Ordo-liberal  Vision of a European Economic Constitution

Christian Joerges, Professor of Law & Society, Hertie School of Governance, Berlin 

The European Social Constitution and Labor Regulation

Silvana Sciarra, Italian Constitutional Court, Professor of Labor Law and Comparative Labor Law, University of Florence and LUISS School of Government 

17:30/18:30 -Third Panel: Constitutionalizing European Integration              

German Contribution to the Constitutionalization of the EU

Sonja Puntscher-Riekmann, Director of the Salzburg Centre of European Union Studies- Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence, and Professor of Political Theory, University of Salzburg 

Italian Contribution to the Constitutionalization of the EU

Nicola Lupo, Professor of Public Law, and Director of the Master program in Parliament and Public Policies at School of Government, LUISS Guido Carli

18:30/19:00– Debate on the Panels

19:00/20:00 - Conclusion  

Rome, Berlin and the Future of European Integration

Giuliano Amato, Past Italian Prime Minister, Italian Constitutional Court and Professor of Constitutional Law

Enzo Moavero Milanesi, Past Italian Minister of European Affairs and Professor of European Law. 

 

Organised with the support of Deutsche Bank