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Normative Power Europe Empirical and theoretical perspectives (4

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Normative Power Europe Empirical and theoretical perspectives (4

    Thursday May 17, 2007

    PANEL SESSION ONE

    8:30 10:15 a.m.

1A Normative power Europe I: Perspectives on power Salon C

    Chair: Richard Whitman (University of Bath)

    Discussant: Michael Smith (University of Loughborough)

Normative power Europe and conflict transformation

    Thomas Diez (University of Birmingham)

    Michelle Pace (University of Birmingham)

    Ideological power Europe? The social roots of Europe's 'normative power'

    Chris Bickerton (University of Oxford)

    Human security: Does normative Europe need a new strategic narrative?

    Mary Martin (London School of Economics and Political Science)

European norms or clichés? Why hermeneutics matters

    Catherine Guisan (University of Minnesota)

1B Europeanization in the new member states Hémon

    Chair and Discussant: Christian Hunold (Drexel University)

Implementing EU directives: The role of firms as drivers of change in the Czech Republic and Hungary

    Jette Knudsen (Copenhagen Business School)

"Stairway to Heaven" or "Highway to Hell?" The Europeanisation of new social movements in the new member states

    Aron Buzogany (Free University Berlin)

Europeanizing political parties in Central and Eastern Europe: A comparison of first and second wave EU applicants

    Tsveta Petrova (Cornell University)

1C The ECJ as dynamic policy actor Jarry

    Chair and Discussant: Lisa Conant (University of Denver)

Pre-empting the Court: Member state expectations, political oversight and the nexus of law and politics

    Andrew Glencross (European University Institute)

    Stine Andersen (European University Institute)

Choosing paths in EU health policy

    Scott Greer (University of Michigan)

Constitutional limits of EC criminal law

    Samuli Miettinen (Edge Hill University)

Legislators listening to the ECJ

    Hae-Won Jun (Hanynag University)

    Margaret McCown (National Defense University)

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    1D Trade and Globalization Joyce

    Chair and Discussant: Cornelia Woll (CERI-Sciences Po)

Assessing the influence of small EU member states on WTO global trade negotiations: Denmark, Ireland and agricultural policy in

    the Doha round

    Pojanath Bhatanacharoen (Newcastle University)

    Supporting industries in the age of globalization and regionalization: State aid in the EU

    Umut Aydin (University of Washington)

Delegation and agency in EU trade policy-making: Bringing Brussels back in

    Manfred Elsig (Graduate Institute of International Studies, Geneva)

The politicization of beef in transatlantic relations: Reasons and mechanisms to suppress trade

    Stephanie Anderson (University of Wyoming)

    Edward B. Bradley (University of Wyoming)

    Cheryl Higgins (University of Wyoming)

1E Revisiting regional policy Kafka

    Chair and Discussant: Anwen Elias (University of Wales, Aberystwyth)

    The use of sub-regionalism as a policy tool: Between the EU‟s external policy and enlargement

    Atsuko Higashino (Hiroshima City University)

    Governing Europe: The status and networking strategies of Finnish, Estonian and German regions in Brussels

    Pekka Kettunen (Swedish School of Economics and Business Administration, Helsinki)

    Michael Kull (Tallinn University of Technology)

Subnational strategic behaviour towards the EU: The case of Flanders

    Peter Bursens (University of Antwerp)

    Jana Deforche (University of Antwerp)

Infrastructure, labor productivity, and regional policy in the European Union

    Florence Bouvet (Lewis and Clark College)

The (missing) regional dimension to the Lisbon Process

    Andrew Scott (University of Edinburgh)

1F EMU and the Stability and Growth Pact Lamartine

    Chair: Eloïse Stéclebout-Orseau (European Central Bank)

    Discussant: Patrick Blagrave (Bank of Canada)

    The new European economic policy: An analysis of its development, performance, and limitations

    Ferran Brunet (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona)

    A particular rationalization of money and risk: The asymmetric application of the Stability and Growth Pact

    Bartholomew Paudyn (Carleton University)

Britain and EMU: The Politics of Non Decision

    Ophelia Eglene (Middlebury College)

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1G Social policy: Threats to the welfare state Musset

    Chair and Discussant: Paul Adams (University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg)

Globalisation, political institutions, and the costs of financing welfare policies

    Christian Fahrholz (University of Konstanz)

    Gerald Schneider (University of Konstanz)

The solidarity dilemma of the enlarged EU: A multidimensional perspective on a fundamental value

    Ines Hartwig (European Commission)

Opportunities, threats and unintended consequences: The impact on national welfare states of the EU‟s three social policy processes

    Deborah Mabbett (University of London, Birkbeck)

    Waltraud Schelkle (London School of Economics and Political Science)

For whom the bell tolls: The Scandinavian reform model and the EU. Transferring the Scandinavian model(s)?

    Eric Einhorn (University of Massachusetts Amherst)

    John Logue (Kent State University)

1H Voting rights and voting behavior Salon 3

    Chair and Discussant: Anne Rasmussen (European University Institute)

    The representation of intra-EU migrants at the member-state level: Do voting rights matter?

    Anna Olsson (American University)

    Why „non‟ and „nee‟ to the EU Constitution? Reconsidering the shock of the Dutch and French referenda

    Anke Grosskopf (C.W. Post University)

    Voter choice in European referendums: A status-quo oriented utility model of voter behavior

    Derek Beach (University of Aarhus)

    Rasmus Leander Nielsen (University of Southern Denmark)

    rln@sam.sdu.dk

Did Europe cost the election? An analysis of the impact of the European issue on social democratic support in Sweden

    Annelin Andersen (University of Limerick)

1I Recent developments in EU public policy Suite 716

    Chair: Michele Chang (College of Europe)

    Discussant: William Paterson (University of Birmingham)

The construction of EU policy agendas in comparative perspective

    Sebastiaan Princen (Utrecht University)

EU transportation policy: The challenge of Europeanization

    Eleanor E. Zeff (Drake University)

    Ellen B. Pirro (Iowa State University)

    The UN Security Council reform and the EU: Assessing the impact on CFSP

    Daniele Marchesi (College of Europe)

Completing the single market: Problems and prospects

    Laurie Buonanno (Buffalo State University)

    Neill Nugent (Manchester Metropolitan University)

EMU and legitimacy

    Michele Chang (College of Europe)

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    Thursday May 17, 2007

1J CSFP: Case studies Suite 720

    Chair: Pamela Barnes (University of Lincoln)

    Discussant: David Allen (Loughborough University)

The arms embargo on China and EU-Japan relations: Sharing perceptions through "strategic dialogue"

    Michito Tsuruoka (King's College London)

Overcoming the clash of civilizations: EU peace strategies for Balkan ethno-sectarian nationalist conflicts

    Benedict DeDominicis (Wright State University and The American University in Bulgaria)

Towards a regional solution: The role of the EU and NATO in externally encouraging sub-regional unity in the Adriatic Group

    (Macedonia, Croatia and Albania)

    Rebecca Cruise (University of Oklahoma)

    Valerie D'Erman (University of Oklahoma)

    Suzette Grillot (University of Oklahoma)

    PANEL SESSION TWO

    10:45 a.m. 12:30 p.m.

2A To comply or not to comply? Explaining member states' violations of European law Salon C

    Chair and Discussant: Jonas Tallberg (Stockholm University)

Why do member states infringe on EU law? A quantitative study on the interacting effects of capacity and power

    Tanja Börzel (Free University of Berlin and Harvard University)

    Tobias Hofmann (Princeton University)

The implementation of European environmental law: Analyzing the interplay of culture, capacity, and power

    Meike Dudziak (Free University of Berlin)

    Carina Sprungk (University of Victoria)

Survival of the toughest? Testing time-to-event models of non-compliance

    Tobias Hofmann (Princeton University)

    Diana Panke (Free University of Berlin)

Why do Germany and the UK (sometimes) shy away from the ECJ? Analyzing the prospects for a transformation of non-compliance

    Diana Panke (Free University of Berlin)

Transnational dispute resolution, public law litigation, and compliance: The consequences of legalization in Europe

    Lisa Conant (University of Denver)

2B The effects of enlargement on EU foreign and security policy Hémon

    Chair and Discussant: Gianni Bonvicini (Istituto Affari Internazionali)

EU enlargement and the changing nature of European security

    Adrian Treacher (University of Sussex)

Building security in the EU's neighbourhood through the European Neighbourhood Policy

    Michele Comelli (Istituto Affari Internazionali)

Is there a common institutional discourse on the ENP?

    Beatrix Futak-Campbell (University of Edinburgh)

    Difficult steps to the enlargement of the European Union (some legal aspects)

    Maja Smrkolj (Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law)

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    2C Political parties: International and domestic factors Jarry

    Chair: Jonathan Slapin (University of California, Los Angeles)

    Discussant: Andrea Haupt (University of California, Santa Barbara)

    How the EU constrains domestic democracy: Three case-studies from the Netherlands

    Ben Crum (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)

    Saskia Hollander (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and the Netherlands Scientific Council for Government Policy)

    Stijn Van Kessel (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and the Netherlands Scientific Council for Government Policy)

The impact of European integration on domestic political competition

    Hande Mutlu (New York University)

    When change sparks dissent: Examining the effect of shifts in EU party position on intra-party dissent

    Erica Edwards (University of North Carolina)

    Ideological and institutional factors in party alignments on the EU: A comparison of three cases

    Christopher Flood (University of Surrey)

    Simon Usherwood (University of Surrey)

2D Have we fixed the Stability and Growth Pact? A roundtable discussion Joyce

    Chair: Jim Rollo (University of Sussex)

    Amy Verdun (University of Victoria)

    Richard Morris (European Central Bank)

    Andrew Hughes-Hallett (George Mason University)

    Patrick M. Crowley (Texas A&M, Corpus Christi)

2E Changing internal dynamics in the European Parliament Kafka

    Chair and Discussant: Amie Kreppel (University of Florida)

Membership turnover and the European Parliament

    Gaye Gungor (Florida International University)

The politics of personality: Individual policy-makers and legislative decision-making

    Nils Ringe (University of Wisconsin)

    Achieving consensus through committees: Will the 6th European Parliament manage?

    Christine Neuhold (University of Maastricht)

    Pierpaolo Settembri (New York University)

The changing logic of the European Parliament: From cooperation to competition between parliamentary committees

    Mitchell Smith (University of Oklahoma)

The European Parliament post-1993: Explaining macroscopic trends of inter- and intra-institutional developments

    Andreas Maurer (German Institute for International and Security Affairs)

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    Thursday May 17, 2007

2F Education in Europe Lamartine

    Chair and Discussant: Ruth Keeling (University of Cambridge)

Europeanization, education, and national school curricula: The role of historical legacies in explaining policy variation in England

    and France

    Leah Haus (Vassar College)

Developing a European dimension in education? An assessment of the French situation

    Isabelle Petit (Université de Montréal and McGill University)

The Bologna Process as organized influence: The example of Turkey in the European higher education area

    Barbara Haskel (McGill University)

Germany's imagined citizen: Citizenship education policy from the supranational to the local

    Debora Hinderliter Ortloff (Indiana University)

    Education and Europeanization: An analysis of the perceptions of pupils at a European School'

    Nicola Savvides (University of Oxford)

2G Regulatory approaches in the US and the EU: Interests and adversaries Musset

    Chair and Discussant: Burkard Eberlein (York University)

Is the standard of proof imposed by the European courts undermining the efficiency of EC merger control? The Sony-BMG joint

    venture case in perspective

    Ben Van Rompuy (Vrije Universiteit Brussel)

    Caroline Pauwels (Vrije Universiteit Brussel)

The Americanization of European law? Some contrary evidence from the enforcement of data protection law

    Francesca Bignami (Duke University)

    Regulation and innovation: Comparing the U.S. and European stock trading markets

    Stavros Gkantinis (Harvard University)

    We say competition, you say antitrust: Can diverging policy objectives be met by uniform enforcement policies?

    Declan Walsh (University College Cork)

2H The impact of the media on EU actors Salon 3

    Chair and Discussant: Alexandra Kemmerer (University of Wuerzburg)

Reporting on the European Court of Justice: A content analysis of German print news reports from 1989 to 2005

    Anke Grosskopf (C.W. Post University)

    The salience of EU issues: Explaining political behavior in European Parliament elections

    Nicholas Clark (Indiana University)

    Multi-level legitimacy in the EU: A study of media discourse in Germany and Great Britain

    Achim Hurrelmann (Carleton University)

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    Thursday May 17, 2007

2I Accession and the limits of Europeanization Suite 716

    Chair and Discussant: Tim Haughton (University of Birmingham)

Gender mainstreaming and becoming European: At the intersection of Polish and EU gender discourses

    Alexandra Gerber (University of Michigan)

Making dead letters live: Strategies to improve the effectiveness of EU legislation in Central and Eastern Europe

    Oliver Treib (Institute for Advanced Studies, Vienna)

    Gerda Falkner (Institute for Advanced Studies, Vienna)

International norms and domestic institutional change: Church-state relations in France, Turkey and the Netherlands

    Ramazan Kilinc (Arizona State University)

2J The limits of the EU transformative power? Romania and EU accession Suite 720

    Chair: Milada Anna Vachudova (University of North Carolina)

    Discussant: Gergana Noutcheva (University of Maastricht and CEPS, Brussels)

Radical reforms or continuity? Political institutions and European integration in Romania

    Monica Ciobanu (Plattsburgh State University of New York)

The myth of compliance: EU - Romania relations, 2004-2007

    Lara Scarpitta (University of Birmingham)

Religious Euro-skeptics: The Orthodox Church and EU integration

    Lavinia Stan (Concordia University)

    Lucian Turcescu (Concordia University)

Back to the future? Romania inside the EU

    Tom Gallagher (University of Bradford)

The Europeanisation of gender equality policy in the new EU member states: Bulgaria and Romania in comparative perspective

    Cristina Chiva (University of Salford)

    LUNCH 12:30-2:00 P.M.

    12:30-2:00 p.m.

    EU Political Economy Section meeting Joyce

12:30-2:00 p.m.

    EU Public Opinion and Participation Section meeting Jarry

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    PANEL SESSION THREE

    2:00 3:45 p.m.

3A The single market Salon C

    Chair and Discussant: Ivo Maes (National Bank of Belgium)

The great leap forward: European financial integration since 1995

    Emiliano Grossman (CEVIPOF-Sciences Po)

Corporate tax competition and differentiated public goods

    Eloïse Stéclebout-Orseau (European Central Bank)

    François Pouget (University of Paris-Dauphine)

Mutual recognition on trial: The long road to services liberalisation

    Kalypso Nicolaïdis (University of Oxford)

    Susanne Schmidt (Bremen University)

Electronic commerce and retail markets as public goods under EU consumer law

    Jane Winn (University of Washington)

    Making the most of the EU internal market in a changing economic environment

    Adriaan Dierx (European Commission)

    Fabienne Ilzkovitz (European Commission, Université Libre de Bruxelles and ICHEC)

3B The JCMS Lecture to be given by Professor George Tsebelis (UCLA) Hémon

     Announcement of JCMS Prize Articles 2005 and 2006

3C Receptivity to immigration: Towards explaining cross-national variation Jarry

    Chair and Discussant: Sofiá Perez (Boston University)

A longitudinal study of attitudes towards immigration: The case of Germany

    Basak Yavcan (University of Pittsburgh)

What triggers foreigner exclusionism? A test for the role of economic interests and social contact in Western and Eastern European

    societies

    Alin Ceobanu (University of Florida)

    Xavier Escandell (University of Northern Iowa)

    Employers, trade unions and labor migration policies: Examining the role of non-state actors

    Georg Menz (University of London)

Border blues: A socio-economic needs assessment of Ukrainian economic migrants post-Poland‟s EU accession

    Amanda Laichak (University of Sussex)

3D The effect of enlargement on EU institutions Joyce

    Chair and Discussant: Thomas Christiansen (European Institute of Public Administration, Maastricht)

Surviving enlargement: How has the Council managed?

    Edward Best (European Institute of Public Administration)

    Pierpaolo Settembri (European Institute of Public Administration)

The European Parliament in the enlarged EU

    Andreas Maurer (German Institute for International and Security Affairs)

The "enlarged" European Commission

    John Peterson (University of Edinburgh)

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3E Democracy promotion: Comparing EU and US approaches Kafka

    Chair and Discussant: Zachary Selden (University of Florida)

Why semi-authoritarians regimes may be more troublesome than autocracies: US and EU strategies of democracy promotion in the

    Mediterranean and the newly independent states

    Vera van Hüllen (Freie Universität Berlin)

    Andreas Stahn (Freie Universität Berlin)

    Democracy promotion and the EU-US formulas: Photo opportunities or potential rivalries?

    Imtiaz Hussain (Universidad Iberoamericana)

    The EU as a „civilian‟ and „normative‟ power: Connotational meanings from outside

    Syuzanna Vasilyan (Ghent University)

    Eline De Ridder (Ghent University)

Democracy demotion in Russia: The EU‟s advocacy of democratic norms

    Heather Tafel (Grand Valley State University)

3F Principal-agent approaches to studying the EU Lamartine

    Chair and Discussant: Mark Pollack (Temple University)

    The EU as a negotiator in multilateral chemicals negotiations: Multiple principals, different agents

    Tom Delreux (University of Leuven)

    The Role of EU negotiators in third party negotiations: An agent with two sets of principals

    Magdalena Frennhoff Larsén (University of Westminster)

Negotiating agents and strategies: The case of COREPER

    Heather Elko McKibben (University of Pittsburgh)

    “Managed Eurocratization?” The European Environment Agency‟s role in EU environmental policy

    Joseph Jozwiak (Texas A&M, Corpus Christi)

3G The regulatory state Musset

    Chair and Discussant: Phillip Genschel (International University Bremen)

Back to "policy determines politics?" A typology of policy features and EU governance effectiveness

    Burkard Eberlein (York University)

    Claudio Radaelli (University of Exeter)

    Re-politicising regulation? Security of supply and price volatility in European energy markets

    Nick Sitter (Norwegian School of Management BI)

    Dimensions of conflict and consensus in the politics of trade: A comparative analysis

    Jan Beyers (Leiden University)

    The role of agenda control in the creation of a single market for pension funds

    Alexandra Hennessy (Boston University)

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    3H Europeanization and identity Salon 3

    Chair and Discussant: Jo Shaw (University of Edinburgh)

    The Europeanization of citizenship: National and Union citizenship as complementary affiliations in a multi-level polity

    Ferdinand Wollenschläger (University of Munich)

What accounts for the spread of anti-discrimination laws? The influence of supra-national institutions on domestic politics

    Katerina Linos (Harvard University)

Consonant federalism: The role of exclusive identity and Euroskepticism

    Jennifer Miller (University of Michigan)

    3I Comparative models of immigration policy Suite 716

     Chair and Discussant: Saime Ozcurumez (Bilkent University)

Immigration Politics and Policy in Germany and Italy: the end of the hidden consensus

    Andrej Zaslove (Wilfrid Laurier University)

    Exclusive States, inclusive identities: A two-dimensional description of social strategies in the EU-15

    Sara Wallace Goodman (Georgetown University)

    French immigration policies and the Ministry of Culture: An insight on the “French integration model,” 1981-1989

    Angéline Escafre-Dublet (University of Chicago)

Prescriptive versus discursive Europeanization: Patterns of European asylum and return migration policy-making and their domestic

    implications

    Andreas Ette (German Federal Institute for Population Research)

    Axel Kreienbrink (German Federal Office for Migration and Refugees)

    3J What can the EU learn from Canada? A roundtable discussion Suite 720

     Chair: Patrick M. Crowley (Texas A&M, Corpus Christi)

    Steven Wolinetz (Memorial University)

    John-Erik Fossum (ARENA)

    Jeffrey Kopstein (University of Toronto)

    J.C. Robin Rowley (McGill University)

    JOURNAL OF EUROPEAN INTEGRATION RECEPTION

     3:45 4:15 p.m., Salon A and B (Exhibit area)

    PANEL SESSION FOUR

    4:15 6:00 p.m.

    4A Terrorism and transatlantic relations Salon C

    Chair: John Keeler (University of Washington)

    Discussant: Fraser Cameron (EU-Russia Centre)

US and EU efforts to fight terrorism: Same ends, different means

    David Armitage (US Department of State)

Counter-terrorism in the EU and the US: The lessons and limits of comparing

    John Occhipinti (Canisius College)

Riding the tiger: The EU, the Middle East, state actors and non-state actors and understanding the difference

    Jolyon Howorth (Yale University)

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