Program CEWSE International Congress

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9.00-9.30 Registration

9.30-10.00 Welcome Address

» Professor Ewa Latoszek – Jean Monnet Chair Holder, The Director of Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence,
SGH Warsaw School of Economics, President of Polish European Community Studies Association (PECSA)

» Professor Marek Rocki – Rector of SGH Warsaw School of Economics

» Professor Alojzy Nowak (tbc) - Dean of Faculty of Management, University of Warsaw

10.00-10.45 Opening Panel
moderated by Professor Ewa Latoszek, Jean Monnet Chair Holder, The Director of Jean Monnet Centre
of Excellence, SGH Warsaw School of Economics, President of PECSA

Speakers:

» Professor Nico Groenendijk, President of European Community Studies Association, Johan Skytte Institute of Political Studies, University of Tartu, Estonia

» Professor Willemus Molle, Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands

» Professor Bogdan Góralczyk, Director of the Centre for Europe at the University of Warsaw, Poland

10.45-12.15 Session I
“The European Neighbourhood Policy: A Need for Evolution or Revolution?”
moderated by Professor Andrzej Stępniak, Research Centre on European Integration, University of Gdansk,
Member of the Board of PECSA

Speakers:

» Professor Rafał Riedel, Department of European Studies, Opole University,
“Differentiated Integration and the European Union’s Neighbourhood”, Poland

» Professor Anatolly Kruglashov, Department of Political Science and Public Administration, Yuriy Fedkovych Chernivtsi National University, Chernivtsi, ESCA Ukraine,
“Turbulent Neighbourhood: Ukraine and the EU Relations under Ongoing Pressure”, Ukraine

» Professor Gaga Gabrichidze, School of Law, New Vision University, Tbilisi, ECSA Georgia,
“Monitoring and Dispute Settlement Mechanisms in the Association Agreements with Georgia, Moldova
and Ukraine”, Georgia

» Dr Jean-Marc Trouile, University of Bradford, Faculty of Management
"The EU’s New Western Neighbourhood - Assessing Threats and opportunities for Europe”, United Kingdom

» Dr Krzysztof Falkowski, Collegium of World Economy, SGH Warsaw School of Economics,
“Institutional Aspects of Systemic Transformation in the Eastern Dimension Countries”, Poland

12.15-13.00 Lunch

13.00-14.30 Session II
“EU Trade & Investment Policy: Engine for Growth and Job Creation?; The Economic Effects of New FTAs Generation
– How to Assess Their Effects?”
moderated by Professor Małgorzata Dziembała, University of Economics in Katowice, PECSA

Speakers:

» Professor Nico Groenendijk, Johan Skytte Institute of Political Studies, University of Tartu,
“The Non-Trade Effects of DC-FTAs”, ECSA-World, Estonia

» Professor Lenka Fojtíková, Department of European Integration, VŠB-Technical University in Ostrava,
“The Connectedness of the EU and China through the Multilateral Trade System”, Czech Republic

» Professor Bartosz Michalski, Department of International Economic Relations, University of Wrocław,
“Free Trade Agreement between the European Union and the Republic of Korea. An Empirical Comparative Assessment of Trade Effects from the Czech, Hungarian, Polish and Slovak Perspective”, Poland

» Dr Anna Masłoń-Oracz, SGH Warsaw School of Economics, Vice-President and Treasurer of PECSA,
“Evaluation of the EAC – EU Economic Partnership Agreement. Rwandese Companies Perspective - Outcomes
from the Project Rwanda Domestic Market Recapturing”, Poland

» Dr Andrea Éltető, Centre for Economic and Regional Studies, Institute of World Economics, Hungarian Academy
of Science

» Dr Katalin Antalóczy, Department of World Economics and International Trade, Budapest Business School,
“National Trade and FDI Policies in the Era of Global Value Chains – the Example of the Visegrad Countries”, Hungary

14.30-14.45 Coffee break

14.45-16.15 Session III
“The EU External Policy at a Crossroads Facing New Challenges and Threats from the East and Mediterranean Region”
moderated by Dr Artur Adamczyk, Centre for Europe, University of Warsaw, Member of the Board of PECSA

Speakers:

» Dr Olga Barburska, Centre for Europe, University of Warsaw,
“The EU External Policy at a Crossroads Facing New Challenges from the East”, Poland

» Dr Agnieszka Legucka, The Polish Institute of International Relations/Faculty of Business and International Relations, Vistula University,
“EU Policy Towards Ukraine: the Case of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea and Donbas”, Poland

» Dr Roman Kalytchak, Department of International Relations and Diplomacy, Ivan Franko National University of Lviv,
“Quo Vadis Ukraine? – Challenges and Problems”, Ukraine

» Mehmet Ozcobanlar, PhD Candidate, Faculty of Management University of Warsaw, Department of Business Administration Anadolu University,
“The EU, Turkey and Russia – The Triangle of Partnership or Rivalry”, Turkey

» Dr Costas Koliopoulos, Department of International, European and Area Studies, Panteion University
of Social and Political Sciences
“From Imperial Backwater to Strategic Minefield: The Mediterranean and the EU”, Greece

» Dr Anna Visvizi, International Business, Deree-The American College of Greece 
"Foreign Policy Implications of the Sovereign-Debt Crisis: Greece, the EU, and the Mediterranean", Greece

16.15 – 16.45 Brief summary of the day

» Professor Ewa Latoszek, Jean Monnet Chair Holder, The Director of Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence,
SGH Warsaw School of Economics, President of PECSA, Poland

» Professor Alojzy Nowak, Dean of Faculty of Management, University of Warsaw, Poland

» Professor Willemus Molle, Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands

» Professor Andrzej Stępniak, Centre for European Integration Studies, University of Gdansk,
Member of the Board of PECSA, Poland

» Dr Anna Visvizi, International Business, Deree-The American College of Greece, Greece