Workshop on EU Differentiation and the Question of Dominance: From the financial crisis through COVID-19 to war in Ukraine

Comenius University will organise a workshop on EU differentiation and dominance in Bratislava on 12-13 May 2022. 

View of a crowded street in Bratislava

 

Workshop Schedule 

12 May

09:30 

Introduction: Differentiation and the question of dominance

  • Jozef Bátora, Comenius University/Webster Vienna Private University, and John Erik Fossum, ARENA Centre for European Studies

10:15

Differentiating shocks and the question of domination

  • John Erik Fossum, ARENA Centre for European Studies

11:10

The arbitrariness of ‘numerical rules’

  • Agustín José Menéndez, Universidad de Léon/ARENA Centre for European Studies (online)

11:55

Migration crisis, stigmatization, and East-West fragmentation of the EU

  • Natália Timková, Comenius University 

12:40

Lunch

13:45

Eurozone Economic Management after the Three Crises: Has Europeanisation gone too far?

  • Simona Piattoni and Ton Notermans, University of Trento (online)

14:30

No Euros for Autocrats! Democratic Backsliding and European Solidarity

  • Max Heermann and Dirk Leuffen, University of Konstanz (online)

15:25

Migration crisis as an external differentiating shock and national perceptions of EU solidarity: the case of Greece

  • Dia Anagnostou, ELIAMEP Athens (online)

16:10

Continued politicisation of migration? The 2015 migration crisis as a differentiating shock and its effects on migration discourse in the Polish Parliament

  • Elodie Thevenin, Jagellonian University

16:55

Annexation of Crimea and the crisis in Ukraine – a differentiating shock for the EU?

  • Viliam Ostatník, Comenius University/Free University Brussels (online)

13 May

09:30

Is COVID-19 a differentiating shock for Europe?

  • Sergio Fabbrini, LUISS (online)

10:15

Post-covid-19 recovery and new types of intra-EU conditionality: The case of Slovakia

  • Jozef Bátora, Comenius University 

11:10

Dominance through illicit hierarchy: The ECB and the crisis

  • Ingrid Hjertaker and Bent Sofus Tranøy, Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences

11:55

The EU's recent poly-crises and social media as a mirror of (de)fragmentation?

  • Martin Moland and Asimina Michailidou, ARENA Centre for European Studies (online)

12:40

Lunch

13:45

The current status of dominance in the EU system of economic governance: drawing upon the Greek case

  • Filippa Chatzistavrou, ELIAMEP Athens (online)

14:30

Citizenship lost? Differentiated Integration and Unequal Personal Statuses in the EU

  • Espen D. H. Olsen, Oslo Metropolitan University (online)

15:15

EU’s differentiation and China’s fragmenting influence: from vulnerability to resilience?

  • Cécile Pelaudeix, University of Grenoble

16:00

Next steps in the book project

  • Jozef Bátora and John Erik Fossum

Organizer

Comenicus University Bratislava and EU3D
Published May 11, 2022 10:53 AM - Last modified May 11, 2022 2:49 PM