The Treaty of Maastricht: Negotiations and Consequences in a Historical Perspective

Catégorie :Rencontres scientifiques

Date :du vendredi, 22 juin 2012 à 14:00 au samedi, 23 juin 2012 à 14:00

Lieu :Maastricht University (Pays-Bas)

Contact : n/a

Source: Emmanuel Mourlon-Druol (manumourlon..a..gmail.com)

Résumé :

The Treaty of Maastricht: Negotiations and Consequences in a Historical Perspective

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22 June 2012


2.00-2.20

Michael Geary (Maastricht University/College of Europe), Carine Germond (Maastricht University/ European University Institute), Kiran Klaus Patel (Maastricht University)

2.20-4.30

Session 1, Chair: Michael Geary (Maastricht University/College of Europe)

N. Piers Ludlow (London School of Economics)
European Integration in the 1980s: On the Way to Maastricht?

Discussant: Thomas Conzelmann (Maastricht University)

Wilfried Loth (University Duisburg Essen)
Negotiating the Maastricht Treaty

Discussant: Sophie Vanhoonacker (Maastricht University)

Coffee break

5.00-7.00
Session 2, Chair: Kiran K. Patel (Maastricht University)

Harold James (Princeton University)
The drafting of the ECB Statute and the Maastricht Treaty

Discussant: Eric Bussière (Université de Paris-Sorbonne)

Emmanuel Mourlon-Druol (University of Glasgow)
Formalising Institutional Practices: The Maastricht Treaty and the European Council

Discussant: Mathieu Segers (Utrecht University)

7.00-7.30
Session 3

Student’s presentation (15 min)

Conference Dinner

23 June 2012


9.00-11.00

Session 4, Chair Carine Germond (Maastricht University/EUI)

Georges Saunier (Institut François Mitterrand/Université Cergy Pontoise)
« L'Union européenne représente, à mes yeux, un immense projet politique ». François Mitterrand and the Maastricht Treaty

Discussant: Carine Germond (Maastricht University/EUI)

Antonio Varsori (Universitá degli Studi di Padova)
Italy’s role in the debates on Monetary Union and European Integration

Discussant: Kiran Klaus Patel (Maastricht University)

Coffee break

11.30-13.30
Session 5, Chair Nico Randeraad (Maastricht University)

Guido Thiemeyer (Université Cergy-Pontoise)
Economic philosophies in France and Germany and the debates on European Monetary Union

Discussant: Michael Geary (Maastricht University/College of Europe)

Desmond Dinan (George Washington University)
From Treaty Revision to Treaty Revision: Maastricht in Perspective

Discussant: Jan van der Harst (University of Groningen)

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