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Environmental Governance in South East Europe and the Western Balkans: The Transformative Power of Europe?

Venue: London (UK)
Period: May 6, 2011

The specific aims of the workshop are: (i) to map and critically analyse emergent regional and inter-state co-operation; (ii) to examine the impact of Europeanization via enlargement on environmental governance (institutions and networks) in the context of weak civil societies and limited statehood; (iii) to critically assess the extent to which new forms of multilateral governance and regulation are emerging within the region; (iv) to consider “local” environmental regulation and regional responses in the context of energy sector development, climate change and ‘global’ trans-national environmental agendas and initiatives.
 
The workshop will feature the following speakers:
Prof. Liliana Andonova - Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies (Switzerland)
Prof. Miranda Schreurs - Freie Universitat Berlin (Germany)
Prof. Tanja Borzel - Freie Universitat Berlin (Germany)
Dr. Matthew Gorton - University of Newcastle (United Kingdom)
Dr. Adam Fagan - Queen Mary, University of London / LSEE (United Kingdom)
Dr. Cristina Parau - University of Oxford (United Kingdom)
Dr. Aron Buzogany - German Research Institute for Public Administration (Germany)
Dr. Claudiu Craciun - SNSPA (Romania)
Prof. Mina Petrović - University of Belgrade (Serbia)





 

How to participate to the workshop

To attend the workshop, please register by e-mailing Mr. Ivan Kovanovic at EuroInst.LSEE@lse.ac.uk or call +44 (0)207 955 7198. Places will be reserved on first come, first serve basis. Registration for the workshop is free.

Organizers

Information & contacts

Mr. Ivan Kovanovic
London School of Economics
address:Cowdray House, J 201
Houghton Street, London WC2A 2AE (UK)

tel.: 0044.207.955.7198
e-mail:EuroInst.LSEE@lse.ac.uk

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