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LECTURES winter 1999

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14 Oct 1999
PARIS

Stabilizing the Balkans through EU Enlargement: A Romanian View
His Excellency Mr. DUMITRU CIAUSU
Ambassador of Romania to France

14 Oct 1999
PARIS

The Reform of Public Administration in the Candidate Countries:
What Has Been Achieved and What Has Still To Be Done?
JUDYTA FIEDIN
SIGMA (OECD/Phare), Paris

14 Oct 1999
PARIS

A Comparison of the Constitutional Development in the Central and Eastern European Countries
Prof. Dr. GABOR HAMZA
Eötvös Lorand University, Budapest
Director of the Center of European Studies

15 Oct 1999
PARIS

Security Aspects of Enlargement: What Will Be the Consequences of a European Defence Policy for the Candidate Countries?
MARCEL H. VAN HERPEN
Director Cicero Foundation

15 Oct 1999
PARIS

EU Enlargement and the Coming Integration of the Candidate Countries into Euroland: Who is Ready?
DENIS REDONNET
European Commission, Brussels;
DG II, Directorate D International Aspects of Monetary Union

15 Nov 1999
PARIS

Preparing for the Second Wave: A Comparison of the Macro-Economic Situations of Romania and the Slovak Republic
JOAQUIM OLIVEIRA MARTINS
OECD, Paris; Country Studies Branch Romania, Slovenia, Slovak Republic Desk

16 Dec 1999
PARIS

Restructuring American and European Defence Industries:
An American View
JEAN E. BOYLE
Boeing International Corporation, Vice President International Business Development - Europe, Military Aircraft and Missile Systems Group

16 Dec 1999
PARIS

Between Competition and Partnership:
Prospects for Transatlantic Cooperation in the Field of Defence Production
JEAN TISNES
Ministry of Defence, Paris; DGA/DCI;
Directorate of Cooperation and Industrial Affairs; Sub-Directorate Aeronautics, Missiles, Space

16 Dec 1999
PARIS

The Role of the WEU in Organizing European Armaments Cooperation:
The Examples of the Western European Armaments Group (WEAG) and the Western European Armaments Organization (WEAO)
PIERRE DUMAS
General Manager of the WEU Research Cell
Western European Union, Brussels

16 Dec 1999
PARIS

The European Aeronautic, Defence and Space Company (EADS): First Step toward a European Armaments Industry?
PATRICE HUMMEL
Aérospatiale-Matra, Paris; Department of Corporate Strategy

17 Dec 1999
PARIS

The Financial Impact of an Enhanced European Defence Effort
Prof. Dr. REIMUND SEIDELMANN
Professor for International Relations at the University of Gießen, FRG; Professor at the Institut d'Etudes Européennes Université Libre de Bruxelles; Honorary Professor at the Renmin University of Beijing, PRC

17 Dec 1999
PARIS

The Role of the European Armaments Industries in Building a European Security and Defence Identity
BILL GILES
President BAE Systems France

17 Dec 1999
PARIS

NATO's Defence Industrial Base:
The Economics and Politics of the EU and US Defence Markets
Professor KEITH HARTLEY
Director of the Center of Defence Economics at the University of York; Consultant to the US Department of Defense and to the UK MOD; Author (with Todd Sandler) of The Political Economy of NATO (Cambridge University Press, 1999)

17 Dec 1999
PARIS

A Comparison of the Strengths and Weaknesses of the Armaments Industries in the Different EU Industrial Networks
Professor CHRISTIAN SCHMIDT
University Paris IX - Dauphine; Director of LESOD - Laboratory of the Economy and Sociology of Defence Organizations

 
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