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3rd Changing Europe Summer School

Central and Eastern Europe in a globalized world

Bremen (Germany) 28 July - 02 August 2008

Organised by the Research Centre for East European Studies at the University of Bremen with financial support from the Volkswagen Foundation and in cooperation with the the EU Institute for Security Studies (Paris).

 

Programme

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Participants and papers

 

Aluchna, Maria (Warsaw School of Economics, Poland):

Does good corporate governance matter? Best practice in Poland

 

Bayramov, Vugar (Center for Economic and Social Development , Azerbaijan):

How to use oil revenues effectively in Azerbaijan. Lessons from Norway and Kazakhstan

 

Di Puppo, Lili (European Viadrina University, Frankfurt/O., Germany):

Anti-corruption interventions in Georgia. From rhetoric to practice

 

Dimitrova, Elitsa (Center for Population Studies at Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria):

Family and Reproduction in Post-Socialist Bulgaria – Towards New Demographic Transition

 

Häfner, Petra (Max Weber Center for Advanced Cultural and Social Studies, Erfurt, Germany):

A European Social Model? Structural Changes in Old-Age Pension Schemes in Central and Eastern European Countries

 

Ibrahimpasic, Emira (University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, USA):

Muslim Women’s identities in post-war Bosnia-Herzegovina

 

Ismayilov, Murad (Azerbaijan Diplomatic Academy, Azerbaijan):

Building energy transportation networks: an engine for structural change and collective identity formation?

 

Iusmen, Ingi (University of Strathclyde- Glasgow, Scotland):

The transformation of human rights policies in Romania: institutions, instruments and the dynamics of change

 

Jackson, Thomas (School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University College London, England):

Serbian migration and development - transfers of social capital to the homeland

 

Kakucs, Noemi (Central European University, Budapest, Hungary):

Contested global strategies. Can and will gender mainstreaming become local in Hungary?

 

Kokhan, Halyna (Institute of Ethnonational and Political Research, National Academy of Sciences, Kiev, Ukraine):

The Challenges of Political Corruption for Ukraine

 

Krammer, Sorin (Kiel Institute for World Economics, Kiel, Germany and Rensselaer Polytechnic University, Troy, NY, USA):

Technological gains from global integration via trade and foreign direct investments. The case of Eastern European and Central Asian transition countries

 

Kulpa, Robert (School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University College London, England):

Queering Poland: Gay identity and LGBT community in the context of the post-communist social change 1989 – 2004

 

Langbein, Julia (European University Institute, Florence):

Transnationalisation and Change in Economic Institutions: The Case of Ukraine and Industrial Standards Regulations

 

Magai, Agnes (ECOSTAT Budapest and University Debrecen, Hungary):

Outward Foreign Direct Investment from Central and Eastern Europe - testing the Investment Development Path in the case of Hungary

 

Maierean, Andreea (Boston University, USA):

The Impact of EU Membership on the Lustration Process in Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania and Poland

 

Pape, Ulla (University of Groningen, The Netherlands):

An Uneasy Partnership: NGOs and the Russian State in their Fight against HIV/AIDS

 

Pasynkova, Veronika (European University at St. Petersburg and Institute of Sociology and Social Processes Management, St. Petersburg State University of Service and Economics, Russia):

Labour Policy in the New European Union States: From National State Regulation to “Common” Results

 

Prelipceanu, Raluca (Sorbonne Centre for Economics, University of Paris 1):

Highly-skilled migration and societal transformation in Romania. Implications for EU integration

 

Rommens, Thijs (Institute for International and European Policy, KU Leuven, Belgium):

The ENP in the South-Caucasus: Possible impact of the ENP on democratisation

 

Rustemova, Assel (New School for Social Research, New York, USA):

Central Asia - Economics of Development and its National Ideas

 

Sata, Robert (Central European University, Budapest, Hungary):

The Geopolitics of Minority Politics: Minority Rights under Europeanization in East-Central Europe

 

Spoerri-Joksic, Marlene (Universiteit van Amsterdam, The Netherlands):

Democratic parties and undemocratic practices: Assessing foreign assistance to political parties in Serbia before and after Regime Change

 

Tatar, Marius I. (University of Bucharest, Romania):

The impact of international assistance on the Romanian advocacy NGOs

 

Volynets, Lyudmila (Otto-Suhr-Institute. Free University of Berlin, Germany):

Dynamics in Industrial Relations in the post-Soviet transformation: impact on trade unions in foreign companies in Ukraine

 

Wylegala, Anna (Graduate School for Social Research, Warsaw, Poland):

Local historical memory in Western Poland. Case study of a small town in the so-called regained lands

 

Yaroshenko, Liubov (Yaroslavl State University, Russia):

The Effectiveness of EU Democratizing Strategies towards Non-Member States (based on a case study of Moldova, Russian Federation and Ukraine, 1994 - 2007)

 

 

Additional papers:

 

 

Bürkle, Erika (School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University College London, England):

Systemic Framework in Environment in Russia. The Case of Oil

 

Hasibovic, Sanin/ Nickel, Manja (University of Vienna, Department of Political Science, Vienna / University Vienna, Institute for Political Science):

Governance of Domestic Violence in Central and South-Eastern Europe

 

Semsit, Suhal (Dokuz Eylul University, Izmir, Turkey):

Europeanisation of Migration Policies in the EU Accession Process:A Comparative Analysis of Poland and Turkey

 

 

 

 



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