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LECTURES spring 2004

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01 Jan 2004

Six Dimensions of the Growing Transatlantic Divide: Are the US and Europe Definitively Driving Themselves Apart?
MARCEL H. VAN HERPEN
Director
The Cicero Foundation

19 Feb 2004
PARIS

What is the Impact of Migration on the Labour Markets of an Enlarging European Union?
Dr. IRENE STACHER
The International Centre for Migration Policy Development ICMPD,Vienna

19 Feb 2004
PARIS

What Makes America Work? A Short Introduction into the Organisation of the Labour Market in the US
JAMES C. MURPHY PhD
President Floriana Institute for Independent Research (FIFIR) Santa Barbara, Cal.

19 Feb 2004
PARIS

The European Employment Strategy:
A Model for a Global Strategy?
Mr. PETER AUER
International Labour Organisation ILO, Geneva
Chief, Employment Analysis and Research Employment Strategy Department

19 Feb 2004
PARIS

The Labour Market Policy of the Blair Government:
What is the Secret of the British Success Story?
Mr. MICHAEL RICHARDSON
Director for Work, Welfare and Poverty
Department of Work and Pensions, London

19 Feb 2004
PARIS

From Welfare to Workfare:
How Successful is the Danish Approach?
Mr. BO HAMMER
Ministry of Employment, Copenhagen
Head of Section

20 Feb 2004
PARIS

Job Creation by Boosting Entrepreneurship:
How to Stimulate and Finance the Creation of Micro-Enterprises?
Ms. CATHERINE SNYERS
ADIE Association for the Right on Economic Initiative, Paris

20 Feb 2004
PARIS

What is the Impact of the Shortened Working Week on Employment:
The Example of France
Dr. ANNIE FOUQUET
Director, Employment Research Centre DARES
Ministry of Social Affairs, Employment and Solidarity, Paris

20 Feb 2004
PARIS

What Works and What Does Not Among Active Labour Market Policies: Lessons from the Experiences of OECD Countries
Mr. JOHN P. MARTIN
OECD, Paris
Director of the Directorate for Education, Employment, Labour and Social Affairs

20 Feb 2004
PARIS

Developing Part-Time Work: Solution or Trap?
The Example of the Netherlands
Mr. GIDO TEN DOLLE
Social Attaché
Permanent Representation of the Netherlands to the European Union, Brussels

01 May 2004

SHOULD TURKEY JOIN THE EU? The Anti-Turkish Stance of the French UMP and the German CDU/CSU
MARCEL H. VAN HERPEN
Director
The Cicero Foundation

13 May 2004
PARIS

After Madrid 3/11: Does Europe Do Enough in the War on International Terrorism? (powerpoint file)
MARCEL H. VAN HERPEN
Director
The Cicero Foundation

13 May 2004
PARIS

The Implementation of the Schengen Acquis: its Impact on Border Controls and Immigration Policies in the Old and New Member States (powerpoint file)
WOUTER VAN DE RIJT
General Secretariat of the Council of the European Union, Directorate-General H - Justice and Home Affairs

13 May 2004
PARIS

What is the Impact of the Harmonisation of Criminal Law on Terrorism, Organised Crime and Illicit Drug Trafficking?
Prof. Dr. GERT VERMEULEN
University of Ghent Director Institute for International Research on Criminal Policy (IRCP)

13 May 2004
PARIS

Combating International Crime in an Enlarging European Union:
The Role of Europol
Mr. KEVIN O'CONNELL
Deputy Director
EUROPOL, The Hague

13 May 2004
PARIS

The Implementation of the Schengen Acquis:
Its Impact on Border Controls and Immigration Policies in the Old and New Member States
Mr. WOUTER VAN DE RIJT
General Secretariat of the Council of the European Union, Directorate-General H - Justice and Home Affairs

14 May 2004
PARIS

Eurojust: What Is Its Role in the Emerging European Judicial Framework and How Does It Work? powerpoint file Part 1, Part 2, Part 3)
MICHAEL G. KENNEDY
President of the College of Eurojust EUROJUST, The Hague

14 May 2004
PARIS

The European Arrest Warrant: Waiting for Its Full Implementation
Mr. DANIEL FLORE
Ministry of Justice, Brussels

14 May 2004
PARIS

What Assistance Can Be Expected from the Contact Points of the European Judicial Network?
Ms. ANNETTE VON SYDOW
Office of the Prosecutor General of Sweden International Unit

14 May 2004
PARIS

What is the Role of Liaison Magistrates?
Ms. CLAIRE BROWN
UK Liaison Magistrate, Paris

06 Jun 2004

CHIRAC's GAULLISM Why France has Become the Driving Force Behind the Effort to Build an Autonomous European Defence
MARCEL H. VAN HERPEN
Director
The Cicero Foundation

10 Jun 2004
PARIS

Pension Reforms in the European Union: An Assessment of the Present Situation and of the Challenges Ahead (powerpoint file)
HEIKKI OKSANEN
Adviser, Economic and Financial Affairs DG
European Commission, Brussels

10 Jun 2004
PARIS

Pension Reform and Welfare Reform: How to Combine Justice, Efficiency and Innovation in an Ageing Society?
MARCEL H. VAN HERPEN
Director
The Cicero Foundation

10 Jun 2004
PARIS

Pension Reform in the UK: A Success Story?
Ms. SHONA RIACH
First Secretary Economic
British Embassy, Paris

10 Jun 2004
PARIS

Strengthening Funded Pensions Provisions: How to Proceed?
Mr. JUAN YERMO
OECD, Paris
Financial Affairs Division

11 Jun 2004
PARIS

Lessons from the Great Swedish Pension Reform: Should We Move Towards More Funding and Less ‘Pay As You Go’? (powerpoint file)
OLE SETTERGREN
Swedish National Social Insurance Board
Director of Pensions Department

11 Jun 2004
PARIS

Pension Reform in Finland: What Lessons Can Be Learned?
Mr. REIJO VANNE
Finnish Pension Alliance TELA, Helsinki
Head of R&D

11 Jun 2004
PARIS

Public Pension Expenditure in the European Union:
How to Cope with an Ageing Population?
Ms. AINO SALOMÄKI
European Commission, Brussels
Economic and Financial Affairs DG

11 Jun 2004
PARIS

Investing Pension Fund Assets in Volatile Financial Markets:
What Strategy Should Be Chosen?
Mr. DAVID LINDEMAN
Principal Analyst Pensions OECD, Paris
Financial Affairs Division

 
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