Does the future of the European Union depend on differentiation?

Join us for this workshop entitled « Does the future of the European Union depend on differentiation? Sources and effects of the logic of differentiation ». It will take place on 29 June 2018 at the Maison française d’Oxford (morning and lunch) and at the European Studies Centre (afternoon). Click here to download the programme or have a look below, here or here.

Does the future of the European Union depend on differentiation?

Sources and effects of the logic of differentiation

29 June 2018 at the Maison française d’Oxford (MFO) and at the University of Oxford

Workshop organised by the Research Group on the European Union (GrUE) of the French Political Science Association (AFSP) and the Oxford-SciencesPo Programme (OxPo)

 

8.15 | Welcome of participants 

8.30-45 | Introduction

 

8.45-12 | I. SOURCES OF DIFFERENTIATION [at the Maison française d’Oxford]

Chair: Petar MARKOVIC, Free University of Brussels & LUISS ; Discussant: Prof. Florence DELMOTTE, University of Saint-Louis, Brussels

8.45-10.15 | Panel 1. Sources of differentiation and (im)migration policies

Dr Cristina BLANCO SIO-LOPEZ, University of Oxford (St Antony’s College) – Looking Back to See Beyond: Sources of differentiation in the evolution and potentialities of the EU’s ‘free movement of persons’

Stefan JAGDHUBER, University of Munich – Kindred policies, yet different decision-making rules: Explaining vertical differentiation in the EU’s immigration policy

10.15-10.30 | Coffee Break

10.30-12 | Panel 2. Sources of differentiation and the ‘practice turn’

Dr Anja THOMAS, SciencesPo (CERI) – EU practice as source of differentiation of polity-ideas? MP’s discourse about the role of parliaments in the EU: Assemblée nationale and Bundestag (1979-2013)

Dr Samuel B.H. FAURE, University of Oxford (Nuffield College) – Sources of differentiation through its social dynamic: Explaining the A400M European military programme by a ‘configurational’ approach

 

12-2 | Lunch Break on the Brexit

Prof. Anand MENON, King’s College London (TBA), Director of the UK in a Changing Europe initiative

 

2-5.30 | II. EFFECTS OF DIFFERENTIATION [at the European Studies Centre]

 

2-3.30 | Panel 3. Effects of differentiation on the EU in time of crisis

Chair: Kira HUJU, University of Oxford (Balliol College); Discussant: Prof. Christoph MEYER, King’s College London

Dr Vincent LEBROU, University of Strasbourg (SAGE) – Europeanisation by numbers. How EU cohesion policy diffenciates local actors according to their financial performances

Dr Stefan AUER, University of Hong Kong – Orban’s Hungary versus Merkel’s Germany: Differentiated Integration in an Emergency Europe

3.30-4 | Coffee Break

 

4-5.30 | Panel 4. Effects of differentiation on the legitimacy of the EU 

Chair: Kira HUJU, University of Oxford (Balliol College); Discussant: Prof. Nathalie BERNY, Sciences Po Bordeaux (Centre Emile Durkheim)

Nicolas ARENS, University of Saint-Louis, Brussels – Which democracy for which differentiation?

Dr Mirjam DAGEFÖRDE, European University Institute, Florence – Output Legitimacy? EU Policies, national policies and EU support

Prof. Kalypso NICOLAIDIS, University of Oxford (St Antony’s College) – Sustainable Integration in a Demoicratic Polity. A new (or not so new) ambition for the European Union after Brexit

5.30-6 |Conclusion

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Pratical information

The workshop will take place at the Maison française d’Oxford (map) and at the European Studies Centre (map).

 

Contact

Dr Samuel B.H. Faure, samuel.bh.faure(at)alumni.harvard.edu

Dr Vincent Lebrou, vincent.lebrou(at)misha.fr

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