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Welcome to the 14th Biennial Conference of the European Union Studies Association in Boston! With 126 panels, nearly 500 researchers and practitioners from over 250 institutions across the world are participating in panels, plenaries and roundtables, making this one of the largest EUSA Conferences. We have a diversity of topics and disciplines represented in the program, along with key plenary sessions, followed by evening receptions open to all participants.

Among the highlights of the program is an evening plenary panel on Friday: Neoliberal Policies and their Alternatives, followed by a keynote lecture by Thomas Piketty, Inequality in the Europe- and What the EU Could Do About it. Immediately thereafter, there is a reception hosted by the Journal of Common Market Studies. Two other plenaries will focus on the Future of EU Federalism, and the Future of Transatlantic Relations, the latter featuring Baroness Catherine Ashton (former High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy). A panel and discussion Honoring Lifetime Achievement in European Studies Award Recipient James Caporaso, former Chair of EUSA, will take place on Saturday during the lunch time session.

A presentation of EUSA Prize Winners will be held on Thursday Evening, where we will award the Ernst Haas Fellowship, Lifetime Achievement Award, Best Book, Best Dissertation and Best Paper Prizes. This will be followed by a EUSA Reception. There are also a number of interest group business meetings listed in the program that conference participants are welcome to attend.

The European Union Studies Association is grateful for a generous conference grant from the Lifelong Learning Programme of the European Commission, and logistical assistance, financial sponsorship and organizational support from the Journal of Common Market Studies, College of Europe, Fulbright Commission, Northeastern University, and the University of Pittsburgh, which supports EUSA on its campus. There will be a special Journal of European Public Policy/EUSA Special Issue drawn from the nominated papers presented at the Conference.

Special thanks to the Program Chairs, Craig Parsons and Nicolas Jabko for their tremendous hard work in creating an outstanding program. Thanks also go to the outgoing EXCOM, and the recently elected new EXCOM members for their willingness to engage and support EUSA activities. On behalf of EUSA, enjoy the conference!

 Michelle Egan

EUSA Chair


THURSDAY MARCH 5, 2015
PANEL SESSION ONE
8:30 - 10:00 a.m.

1A European Integration or Backsliding? The Perspective from

Three Policy Areas Grand Ballroom B

         Chair and Discussant: Claudio Radaelli (University of Exeter)

 

Beneath the Veil of Hope: The Effects of EU Signaling on Foreign Investors' Sensitivity to Corruption Before and After EU Membership
         Svetoslav Derderyan (University of North Carolina Chapel Hill)
Dismantling the Acquis? Twenty Years of Environmental Policy Reform in the European Union
         Viviane Gravey (University of East Anglia)
         Andrew Jordan (University of East Anglia)
Lightening of Citizenship and its Implication for Social Policy: 'Social Security Lite' in the Making?
         Ryosuke Amiya-Nakada (Tsuda College)

1B Constitutional Issues and Euroscepticism Grand Ballroom A

Chair and Discussant: Jan Beyers (University of Antwerp)


Assessing the Measurement of European Policy Positions in Expert Surveys
         Jonathan Slapin (University of Houston)
         Sven-Oliver Proksch (McGill University)
         René Lindstädt (University of Essex)

 

Functional Constitutionalism in the EU


         Turkuler Isiksel (Columbia University)

 

The Treaty of Lisbon: A New Twist in EU Democracy and Legitimacy in the Face of Euroscepticism


         Sebastian Baglioni (Carleton University)


1C EU Regulation and the Global Economy Duxbury

Chair and Discussant: Sofia Perez (Boston University)

Foreign Direct Investment in TTIP: Covering a New Regulatory Issue in an Era of Regimes Complexes

         Sophie Meunier (Princeton University)
         Marc Bungenberg (Siegen University)
         Jean-Frederic Morin (Universite Laval)

 

Labor Standards and External Promotion of European Norms


         Pawel Frankowski (Jagiellonian University)

 

Putting the EU in Its Place: Influence Strategies and the Global Regulatory Context


         Abraham Newman (Georgetown University)
         Elliot Posner (Case Western Reserve)

 
1D The EU, International Law and Human Rights Adrienne Salon


         Chair: Samantha Velluti (University of Lincoln)
         Discussant: Eva-Maria Maggi (University of Arizona)
An Analysis of the Legal Obligations of the EU Stemming from its International Trade Agreements
         Samantha Velluti (University of Lincoln)

 

Interorganizational Networking in the European Neighborhood Policy: The Case of Human Rights Organizations


         Kostas Kourtikakis (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
         Ekaterina Turkina (HEC Montreal)

 

The Global Reach and Effects of EU Law: Methodologies and Constructs


         Elaine Fahey (City University London )


1E Images of the EU's External Influence Dedham

         Chair and Discussant: Chad Damro (University of Edinburgh)


Trade and History: Commerce Between the EU and Algeria in the Wake of Camus's Centennial
         Daniela Caruso (Boston University)
         Joanna Geneve (Harvard University)

 

Why Labels Matter? Israel's Occupation and Technical Customs Rules as Instruments of EU Foreign Policy

         Sharon Pardo (Ben-Gurion University of the Negev)



1F Migration Politics and Governance in Hard Times Cape Cod

         Chair and Discussant: Jane Freedman (University of Paris)


Immigration and Asylum Fraud: The Construction of a Policy Problem in the E.U.
         Meghan Luhman (Johns Hopkins University)
Rethinking Migration Law and Governance in the EU and US
         Paul James Cardwell (University of Sheffield)

 

In Deep Water: Towards a Greater Commitment for Human Rights in Sea Operations Coordinated by FRONTEX?


         Juan Santos Vara (University of Salamanca)

Soledad R. Sánchez-Tabernero (University of Salamanca)

 
 



1G External Dimensions of Migrant Integration Rockport
         Chair: Agnieszka Weinar (European University Institute)
         Discussant: Alexandra Delano (New School University)
The Immigration, Emigration and Diaspora Policies' Effects on Integration: The Chinese and Indian Migrants in the UK
         Anne Unterreiner (Sciences Po Paris)

 

Diaspora Empowering in the European Union: Active Civic Participation and Integration of Immigrants


         Sonia Gsir (University of Liege)

 

Countries of origin and destination - external governance of migrant integration?


        Agnieszka Weinar (European University Institute)

 

A One-Way Ticket from the New World to the Old?


         Amanda Klekowski von Koppenfels (University of Kent at Brussels)

1H Voters, Elites and Accountability Plymouth

   Chair and Discussant: Alison Johnston (Oregon State University)

 

Decoupling is in the Eye of the Beholder? European Parliamentary Voting and Perceptions of National v. EU Economic Performance

         Edward Fogarty (Colgate University)
The Restrained Power of Elite Cues in the Sovereign Debt Crisis. A Survey Experiment on Fiscal Solidarity in the EU
         Florian Stoeckel (European University Institute)
         Theresa Kuhn (University of Amsterdam)
Second-order Election Effects and Government Accountability in the European Multilevel Electoral System
         Arjan Schakel (Maastricht University)

 

Regionalist Parties' and European Integration: Issue Linkage and Patterns of Positioning


         Emanuele Massetti (Gediz University)
         Arjan Schakel (Maastricht University)
Clarity of Governmental Responsibility, Income Inequality, and Election Outcomes in OECD Countries: New Evidence Following the Great Recession of 2008-2009
         Florence Bouvet (Sonoma State University)
         Sharmila King (University of the Pacific)

 
 



1I Institutional Actors and Coalitions in EU Trade Policy Quincy

Chair and Discussant: Paulette Kurzer (University of Arizona)


Acting on Behalf of Collective and Multiple Principals: The European Commission's Discretion in Trade Negotiations After Lisbon
         Eugenia da Conceicao-Heldt (TU Dresden)

 

Supranational (Co)Sponsors? Explaining the Commission's Growing Support for Empowering the European Parliament in Trade Policy


         Guri Rosén (ARENA Centre for European Studies, University of Oslo)

 

New Trade, New Politics: Intra-Industry Trade and Political Coalitions in the EU


         Mary Anne Madeira (City University of New York)

 

1J EU Institutions and Agencies in the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice Chatham

         Chair: Christian Kaunert (University of Dundee)
         Discussant: Emilio De Capitani (FREE Group Brussels)
The Communitarisation of the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice: Has Institutional Change Triggered Policy Change?
         Florian Trauner (University of Vienna)
         Ariadna Ripoll Servent (University of Bamberg)

 

Liberty or Security? The Role of National Parliaments in the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice


         Angela Tacea (Sciences-Po Paris)

 

The Evolving Role of Courts for the European Multi-level Security Setting


         Hartmut Aden (Berlin School of Economics and Law)

 

Agency Governance AFSJ: How EU Agencies Interact in EU Border Management


         Peter Slominski (University of Vienna)


1K Looking Back, Looking Ahead: Can the EU Continue to Move Forward? Concord

Chair and Discussant: Andy Smith (University of Bordeaux)


The EU & Image Resilience in Times of Crisis
         Mai'a Cross (Northeastern University)
Our Virgin Birth or the Reinventions of Europe
         Kalypso Nicolaidis (University of Oxford)

 

More Integration, Less Federation: The European Integration of Core State Powers


         Philipp Genschel (European University Institute)

Markus Jachtenfuchs (Hertie School of Governance)

 

European Economic Integration in Times of Crisis: A Case of Neofunctionalism?


         Arne Niemann (University of Mainz)
         Demosthenes Ioannou (European Central Bank)

 
PANEL SESSION TWO

10:15 a.m. – 11:45 a.m.

 

2A Governance and Crisis Management by EU Institutions Grand Ballroom B

         Chair and Discussant: Matthias Matthijs (Johns Hopkins University)


Accountable to Whom and How? Logics of Accountability in EU Governance during the Sovereign Debt Crisis
         Eugenia da Conceicao-Heldt (TU Dresden)
Democracy and Legitimacy in the Shadow of Purposive Competence
         Gareth Davies (VU University Amsterdam)

 

The Role of the European Commission in Multi-Level Financial Management in the European Union: A Step Closer to Governmentalizing?


         Emmanuelle Schön-Quinlivan (University College Cork)
         Raj Chari (Trinity College Dublin)

2B Greece and the Periphery in Crisis Grand Ballroom A

         Chair and Discussant: Nikolaos Zahariadis (University of Alabama at Birmingham)

 

Joining the Dots: Religiosity and Insecurity after the Crisis

         Amy Erbe Healy (National University of Ireland)


         Michael Breen (University of Limerick)

 

Enforcing Conditional Financial Assistance Contracts in the Eurozone: Costly Signals Can Help


         Alexandra Hennessy (Seton Hall University)
Knowledge Utilization and Pension Reform in Greece during the Crisis
         Eleni Xiarchogiannopoulou (Université Libre de Bruxelles)

 

Sold Out: What the South Can Learn from the East


         Aleksander Lust (Appalachian State University)


2C The Role of Political-Economic Ideas in National and EU

Responses to the Euro Crisis Duxbury

         Chair: Mark Vail (Tulane University)

         Discussant: Sarah Wiliarty (Wesleyan University)
Which Ordoliberalism? Dueling Liberal Narratives at the German Constitutional Court
         Wade Jacoby (Brigham Young University)

 

Ideas, Institutions and Policy-Making in Hard Times: The Case of Southern European Labour Reforms


         Jonathan Hopkin (London School of Economics)
         Kenneth Dubin (Anglia Ruskin University)

 

From Paradox to Missed Opportunities: French Statist Liberalism and the Euro Crisis


         Mark Vail (Tulane University)

2D Roundtable: Theorizing Internal Security Cooperation in the EU Adrienne Salon
         Chair: Mark Rhinard (Stockholm University)
         Chair: Raphael Bossong (Europa-University Viadrina)
         Discussant: Thomas Christiansen (Maastricht University)
Justice and Home Affairs Governance
         John Occhipinti (Canisius College)

 

From Justice and Home Affairs to an Area of Freedom, Security and Justice


         Christian Kaunert (University of Dundee)

 

JHA and the European Parliament


         Ariadna Ripoll Servent (University of Bamberg)

 

Contagion and the European Union


         Rosemary Taylor (Tufts University)

2E The European Union and Cyber-Space: The Emergence of a New Actor Dedham
         Chair: Javier Argomaniz (University of St Andrews)
         Chair: Helena Carrapico (Aston University)
         Discussant: Emilio De Capitani (FREE Group Brussels)
The Coherence of EU Security Cyber-Strategy

         André Barrinha (Canterbury Christchurch University)

         Helen Carrapico (Aston University)

 

European Governance of Digital Spaces: An Exploratory Analysis of Cyber Security and Cyber Crime Agencies and their Regulatory Potential


         Helen Carrapico (Aston University)
         Javier Argomaniz (University of St. Andrews)

 

Cyber-Lisbon? The Impact of the Treaty of Lisbon on European Union Cyber Security


         Robert Dewar (University of Glasgow)


2F Europe and the Ukrainian Challenge Cape Cod

         Chair and Discussant: Alan Henrikson (Tufts University)

 

The Contestation of Values in the European Neighbourhood Policy: Challenges of Capacity, Consistency and Competition
         Sieglinde Gstöhl (College of Europe)
What Went Right and What Wrong for the EU in Ukraine?
         Hiski Haukkala (The Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland/University of Tampere)
The EU as a Crisis Manager: A Comparison between Georgia and Ukraine
         Milena Romano (University of Bath)
 
2G European Integration and Cross-border Effects Rockport
         Chair: Florence Bouvet (Sonoma State University)
         Discussant: Patrick Crowley (Texas A&M University – Corpus Christi)
         Discussant: Demosthenes Ioannou (European Central Bank)

 

Macroeconomic Synchronization and Monetary Unions: Is the EU more Synchronous than other Monetary Unions and are Monetary Unions more Synchronous than non-Monetary Unions?


         Patrick Crowley (Texas A&M University – Corpus Christi)
         Chris I. Trombley (Texas A&M University – Corpus Christi)

 

Spillovers and Euroscepticism

         Demosthenes Ioannou (European Central Bank)

         Jean-François Jamet Jamet (European Central Bank)
         Johannes Kleib Kleib (European Central Bank)
Recent Estimates of Exchange Rate Pass-Through to Import Prices in the Euro Area
         Nidhaleddine Ben Cheikh (ESSCA School of Management)
         Christophe Rault (University of Orléans)
Policy Support to Commercialisation and Europe's 'Commercialisation Gap'
         Andrea Szalavetz (Institute for World Economics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences)


2H Civil Society, the EU, and Political Change Plymouth

         Chair and Discussant: Mitchell Orenstein (Northeastern University)

Discussant: Milada Anna Vachudova (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)

 

When Politics Makes Strange Bedfellows: Why Do NGOs and Business Interests Coalesce in EU Legislative Politics?


         Jan Beyers (University of Antwerp)
         Iskander De Bruycker (University of Antwerp)
No Longer Gatekeeper: Why the European Commission Provides Access to Justice for Civil Society Organisations
         Andreas Hofmann (University of Gothenburg)
Coming Full Circle: Differential Empowerment in the EU Accession Process
         Natasha Wunsch (University College London)

2I The New Politics of EU Trade Policy Quincy

         Chair and Discussant: Daniela Schwartzer (German Marshall Fund)


Efficient Bilateralism? The TTIP from an EU Trade Policy Perspective
         Patricia Garcia-Duran (University of Barcelona)
         Montserrat Millet (University of Barcelona)

 

Global Exit from the EU's Decision Trap: The Case of Accounting Rules

         Zdenek Kudrna (University of Vienna)
         Patrick Mueller (University of Vienna)

 

EU Trade Policy and Civil Society: Different Channels, Same Success?


         Evgeny Postnikov (University of Glasgow)
2J Narrative and Myth: Responding to the Crises of European Integration Chatham
         Chair: Richard McMahon (University of Portsmouth, UK)
         Discussant: Thomas Risse (Freie Universität Berlin)
Not So Different After All?: The European Union's Exceptionalism Myths After the Crisis
         Vincent Della Sala (University of Trento)
The European Union and the Apocalypse
         Brent F. Nelsen (Furman University)
         James L. Guth (Furman University)

 

Civilisational Narratives in European Studies Debates on EEC/EU Enlargement


         Richard McMahon (University of Portsmouth)

 

LUNCH BREAK



11:45 a.m.-1:45p.m.

Starting at 11:45 a.m.:
EUSA Political Economy Interest Section Meeting Duxbury

Lecture Euro Adoption Strategies in Central and Eastern Europe

Amy Verdun (University of Victoria)
Chair: David Cleeton (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)

Discussant: Miguel Otero Iglesias (Elcano Royal Institute)


EUSA Public Policy Interest Section Meeting Adrienne
EUSA Law Interest Section Meeting Dedham
EUSA EU Public Opinion and Participation Interest Section Meeting Concord
EUSA Latin-America-EU Interest Section Meeting Cape Cod

EUSA Teaching the EU Interest Section Meeting Rockport

EUSA AFSJ Interest Section Meeting Quincy
EUSA EU as a Global Actor Interest Section Meeting Chatham
Fulbright Schuman - College of Europe information session on funding opportunities Plymouth

 

PANEL SESSION THREE


1:45 - 3:15 p.m.

 
3A End of the Crisis or Crisis of the End? Grand Ballroom B
         Chair and Discussant: Nikolaos Zahariadis (University of Alabama at Birmingham)

 

After Austerity: Lessons from the Spanish Experience


         Sebastián Royo (Suffolk University)

 

The Crisis and Intra-EUMobility: Consequences and Possible Future Patterns


         Klára Fóti (Eurofound)
Interpreters, Teachers, Rule-followers or Negotiations-as-Usual? Learning Modes in the European Semester of the EU
         Claire Dunlop (University of Exeter)

Claudio Radaelli (University of Exeter)

 

The Hardening of Soft Law in European Fiscal Governance


         Scott Greer (University of Michigan)

 
3B Global Entanglements: Europe in the World, the World in Europe     Grand Ballroom A   

Chair and Discussant: Aleksander Lust (Appalachian State University)

 

Investing in Policy: Political Conditionality and Chinese Foreign Direct Investment in the European Union


         Sophie Meunier (Princeton University)

Jee Eun Lee (Princeton University)

 

China as an Eu Partner: Norms, Values, Interests And Contradictions


         Just Castillo Iglesias (Osaka University)

 

The Bologna Process, International Hegemony and Normative Power Europe: The Case of Israel

         Yoav Friedman (Ben-Gurion University of the Negev)
Patterns and Drivers of EU and US External Procurement Policies vis-à-vis Emerging Markets
         Ivo Krizic (University of Geneva)

3C The Challenges of Exercising European Power at the Global Level Duxbury
         Chair: Birol Yesilada (Portland State University)
         Discussant: Lorinc Redei (University of Texas-Austin)
Confessions of a Europeanized US President? Analyzing the European Content of American Foreign Policy Under Obama
         John McCormick (Indian University-Purdue University Indianapolis)
         Amelia Hadfield (Canterbury Christ Church University)

 

A More Martial Europe? European Public Opinion and the Use of CSDP Force


         Kaija Schilde (Boston University)
         Stephanie Anderson (University of Wyoming)
         Andrew Gardner (University of Wyoming)

 

The End of EU Financial Regulatory Internationalism?


         Elliot Posner (Case Western Reserve University)
         Nicolas Véron (Bruegel)

 

EU as an International Security Actor in the Field of Non-Traditional Security


         Emil Kirchner (Essex University)
         Evangelos Fanoulis (University of Leicester)




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