Prospects for the European Union: Borderless Europe?

List of presenters and sessions:


Keynote speakers
Gyöngyvér Hervainé Szabó, CSc. Dr. habil.: Well-being for Borderless Europe: a New Vision or Just an Illusion?
Csilla Morauszki: Welcoming note
Péter Balázs, DSc. Dr. habil.: EU enlargement: problems and perspectives
H. E. Roman Kowalski: (Ambassador of the Republic of Poland to Hungary)
H. E. Gordan Grlic Radman, Dr.:
(Ambassador of the Republic of Croatia to Hungary)
György Schöpflin, Prof. Dr.: (Member of the European Parliament, full member on the Parliament's Constitutional Affairs Committee)
László Dux, Dr.: Further European integration: How far to enlarge? – The European Commission’s 2013 Enlargement Package
Martina Maczalova: (EU Regional Coordinator of OCEANS Network)
Session I. – Economic perspectives of the EU
John Wrieden, J.D., Frederick V. Perry & Wendy Gelman:
Is there a way out of the euro?

Péter Krisztián Zachar, Ph.D.: The Danube Chambers of Commerce Association – a new advocacy organisation to develop competitiveness of the economies in Central Europe
Carlos Santos Ph.D. & Maria Alberta Oliveira:
A model of the savings rate decline and of the euro zone crisis: the case of Portugal

Ulyana Petrynyak Ph.D. & Nataliya Voytovych, Ph.D.: The investment policy: Ukraine as a factor of activation of foreign economic relations with the European Union
Nataliya Voytovych, Ph.D.: The importance of the processes of modelling the strategic planning in the EU
Session II. – Legal and societal challenges in Europe
Krisztina Kállai: Human trafficking in the European Union
Renata Ribežl: The indigenous multiculturalism in the European Union: Current situation and challenges for the future
Adrienn Johanna Fehér: Cultural pluralism in the EU: national or European identity?
Viola Vadász: Integration processes and sense of belonging: Iranian immigrants in Sweden and Hungary
Georgiana Turculet: Transnational migration and democratic states borders
Nicasia Picciano: EU–LEX KOSOVO: a sui generis judicial agent
Session III – New horizons: the EU as a global power
Oleksandr Moskalenko: Balancing as a dynamic method to tune the EU institutional machinery
Ha Hai Hoang: The EU’s normative power in development policy practiced in developing countries
Edit Lőrinczné Bencze, Ph.D.: Ten years after Thessaloniki
Ágnes Váradi, dr.: Facilitating the persecution of rights in the European Union (New tendencies towards a better access to justice)
Granit Zela: The journey of “Balkans” and “Western Balkans”, towards “South-Eastern Europe” after the Cold War
Zaho Golemi, Ph.D. & Bernard Zotaj, Ph.D.:
Globalisation and global power

Viktor Milanov: Macedonia’s prospects of joining the European Union in the near future
Session IV. – Beyond the European Union
Donila Pipa, Dr.:
European integration process: yesterday and today
Sînziana Preda, dr.: Modernization, mobility and ethnicity
Simona Gribulyte: A multilevel and multidimensional analysis of the rights and duties of the European citizenship
Scott Nicholas Romaniuk
Facing "Frenemy" Fire: The South Caucasus between EU and Russia Security Interests
Adriana Cupcea, Ph.D.: Turkish and Tatar identity in Dobrudja region, Romania
Mariann Miskovics, dr.: The tendency of crimes committed with tools in Hungary