Faculty of Education, Social Sciences and Law

School of Law

European research for the second century

29 November 2011 |

The Centre for European Law and Legal Studies (CELLS) is proud to announce the Conference 'The European Union’s economic and social model – still viable in a global crisis?'

Building on the experience of the recently concluded research projects 'European Economic and Social Constitutionalism after the Treaty of Lisbon'  and 'Reflexive Governance in the Public Interest', the Centre for European Law and Legal Studies (CELLS) is hosting the Conference 'The European Union’s economic and social model – still viable in a global crisis?'

The conference will continue the critical reflection of tensions between economic and social integration within the EU and of new governance styles in the EU. Additionally, it seeks to expand those debates towards global impacts of the EU economic and social model as well as the impacts of the global crisis upon this model.

This conference is convened by the Centre’s executive committee, which is chaired by its director Professor Dr Dagmar Schiek. It is part of a series of academic events celebrating the School of Law’s move to a modern building for the second century of its history.

Further details of the conference.

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