1.Rummel, R., Deputy Head,SWP-CPA, Germany. The EU25’s Foreign and Security Policy in a Globalized
Professor, Silesian University, Poland. Are we Ready for the Integration?
3.Luo, C-M., PhD Candidate,
of East Anglia, U.K.Promotion
or Demotion for the Economic Sovereignty? The E.M.U. Membership in an Age of Globalization.
Chairperson:Rummel, R., Deputy Head, SWP-CPA, Germany.
1.Janackova, H., Senior Lecturer,VSB Technical University Ostrava,
Czech Republic & Zemankova, I., PhD Candidate, VSB Technical University Ostrava,
Czech Republic. Real Estate Investment
Decision-making Process and the Impact of E.U. Enlargement.
2.Talani, L., Lecturer, University of Bath, U.K., LondonSchool of Economics, U.K.Globalisation and Regionalisation: European Migratory Policy and
Illegal Migration from the MENA Area: the Theoretical
3.Spampinato, D.,Researcher, University of Catania, Italy, Mazzulo,
R.,University of Catania, Italy. The Impact of E.U. Enlargement in Mediterranean Area. The Sicily Case.
L., Assistant Professor, University of Bath,
Professor, Jagiellonian University, Poland. On the Eve of the European Integration: the Future of PolishState is Far from Certain
2.Sillanpaa, L.,. Docent, Aleksanteri Institute, University of Helsinki, Finland. EU Enlargement and Political Marginalization.
The Impact of Economic Development on the Traditional Livelihood of the
Indigenous Minorities of Northern Russia.
LUNCH( Delfi Restaurant, 13 Nikisstr.
Chairperson: Passaris, C.E.,Professor, University of New Brunswick, Canada.
1.Belke, A., Professor, University of Hohenheim, Germany & Setzer, R., Dipl. Oec.,
of Hohenheim, Germany. The Costs of Exchange Rate Volatility for Labor
Markets: Some Empirical Evidence from the CEE
2.Erkkila, L.,Ph.D. Researcher, Helsinki School of Economics, Finland & Seristo, H., Professor, Helsinki School of
Economics, Finland. The Impact of EMU Membership and Euro
Currency on Business –Experiences of Finnish Firms.
3.Sterzynski, M., Professor, UniversiteLibre de Bruxelles, Belgium
& University of Economics in Poznan, Poland. Liberalization and Deregulation on the Single Insurance Market of the
4.Szegner, H.D., Lecturer, BerzsenyiDanielCollege, Hungary. Sport Structure in the E.U.
1.Eschenbach, F., Ph.D.Student,TinbergenInstituteErasmusUniversityRotterdam, the Netherlands. Financial Sector Competition, Services Trade and Growth.
2.Khodavaisi, H., Ph.D. Candidate, University of Exeter, U.K.Commodity Taxation and International Trade under the Imperfect
Competition: Cournot and Bertrand.
3.Kim, H., Research
Fellow, Korea Institute for International Economic Policy, Korea. Implications of E.U. Enlargement for Trade and Investment: from an East
4.Sokolowski, J., Ph. D. Candidate, University of Heidelberg, Germany. What Direction will the
Company Law in Europe Take? Recent Developments and Future
Chairperson: Sdogati, F., Professor, Politecnico di Milano, Italy.
1.Christou, G., University of Manchester, U.K.The Accession Process as a Catalyst to a Solution of the Cyprus Issue.
2.Lindstrom, M., Researcher, The
Research Institute of the Finnish Economy, Finland. Finnish Companies International Business Operations in the Baltic Sea Region: Locational
Sources of Competitiveness.
3.Fisher, J., President
of Educology Research Associates, USA. Towards an Ecologically Oriented Philosophy of Educology
for Future Challenges of the Globalization of Europe and the World.
4.Albi, A., Lecturer, University of Kent at Canterbury, U.K.Referendums in Eastern Europe: Impact on E.U. Treaty Amendment Procedure.
Chairperson: Christou, G., Professor, University
of Manchester, U.K.
Professor, University of Klagenfurt, Austria. Globalisation and Democracy – Deteriorating
the Environment of Business? The Case of the European Union.
2.Passaris, C.E.,Professor, University of New Brunswick, Canada. The Business of Globalization and the
Globalization of Business.
3.Sdogati, F., Professor, Politecnico di Milano, Italy.
E.U. Enlargement to the East: from Trade
to production Integration for Growth, Competitiveness and Welfare.