The Futures of Europe: Which Way Towards 2030
This Summer School explored the complexities of relationships between European nations and the European Union. It examined the future of the Euro, the problems facing political and economic integration, and the best courses of action to ensure that Europe retains global influence in the face of great challenges. It ran in conjunction with the Europaeum’s annual International Conference, which brought together leading experts, policy makers, media and politicians.
The event comprised the usual series of lectures, discussions, workshops, debates, and practical exercises. The working language will be English. As usual, the event will be multidisciplinary, involving scholars with different backgrounds, including Sociology, International Relations, Law, Economics, Communication Studies, History and Cultural Studies.
For more information on Santander, please click here.
The International Students of History Association in Helsinki organised its annual conference this year around the theme of Integration Throughout History, due to take place April 5-11th 2010 in Helsinki. The Europaeum co-supported this event as the fourth event of our Connecting Europe through History: Experiences and Perceptions of Migrations Project. Speakers from our partner universities will be taking part, please see the programme for more details.
The Europaeum is organising an international conference next September in Oxford on the theme of Federalisms - East and West, looking at current thinking and concepts of Federalism in Europe as compared with other major world regions, notably India, Canada, and the US.
European Economic Integration
University of Oxford
17th - 22nd September, 2002
The objectives are threefold. To provide research students in economics and other relevant social sciences from Europaeum partner universities, with an opportunity to present and discuss research papers related to European integration issues; to provide advanced survey lectures on recent development in the field; to foster fruitful exchanges and cooperation among different European graduate schools.