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"Political Consequences of the Economic Crisis: Voting and Protesting in Europe Since 2008"

SFS BMW Center for German and European Studies

Tuesday, April 17, 2012 at 9:30 AM - Wednesday, April 18, 2012 at 5:00 PM (EDT)

Washington, United States

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Political Consequences of the Economic Crisis:

Voting and Protesting in Europe Since 2008


Location:

  Georgetown University, Edward B. Bunn Intercultural Center, 7th Floor Conference Room


Day  1: April 17th2012


9:30am: Opening

 

10:00-12:00pm: Hard Times for Incumbents (1): Iceland, Ireland, and Portugal

                             Indridi Indridason (U California Riverside) - Discussant: Harold Clarke

                             Michael Marsh (Trinity, Dublin) - Discussant: Paolo Bellucci

                             Pedro Magalhães (U Lisbon and Georgetown U) - Discussant: Pedro Ramos Pinto

 

12:00-1:00pm: Lunch (in place)

 

1:00-3:00pm: Hard Times for Incumbents (2): Spain, Greece and Italy

                         Mariano Torcal (Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona) - Discussant: Irene Martín

                         Eftichia Teperoglou (MZES, Mannheim and CIES-­‐ISCTE, Lisbon) and Emmanouil Tsatsanis (U Athens and CIES-­‐ISCTE, Lisbon) - Discussant: John Karamichas

                         Paolo Bellucci (U Siena) - Discussant: Raymond Duch

 

Day 2: April 18th, 2012


10:00-12:00pm: Round-Table: Spain and Portugal in the Eye of the Hurricane

                             Chair: Jeffrey Anderson (Georgetown U)

                             António Costa Pinto (U Lisbon)

                             David Muir (Director of Political Strategy for British Prime Minister Gordon Brown, 2008-2011)

                            Josep Colomer (Georgetown U)

                            Nuno Mota Pinto (World Bank)

                            Pedro Gete (Georgetown U)

                           Closing:  Ambassador Nuno Brito (Ambassador of Portugal)

 

12:00-1:00pm: Lunch (in place)

 

1:00-3:00pm: Protests "Indignants", and Social Unrest

                        John Karamichas (Queen's U, Belfast) - Discussant: Indridi Indridason

                        Pedro Ramos Pinto (U Manchester) - Discussant: Eftichia Teperoglou

                        Irene Martín (U Autónoma Madrid) - Discussant: Pedro Magalhães

 

3:00-5:00pm: Political Consequences of the Economic Crisis: Macro-Comparative Views

                         Harold Clarke (U T Dallas) - Discussant: Mariano Torcal

                         Raymond Duch (Oxford U) - Discussant: Josep Colomer

                         Josep Colomer (Georgetown U) and Pedro Magalhães (U Lisbon and Georgetown U) - Discussant: Michael Marsh

 

5:00pm: Closing: Antonio de Lecea (Minister, Principal Advisor on Economic and Financial Affairs, EU Delegation in the USA)

 

Support from:

                          Luso-Americana            fundacionendesa

 

Political Consequences


"Political Consequences of the Economic Crisis in Europe, 2011-2012" Event Series, BMW Center for German and European Studies, Georgetown University

 

 

 

 

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When & Where

Georgetown University
Washington, 20057

Tuesday, April 17, 2012 at 9:30 AM - Wednesday, April 18, 2012 at 5:00 PM (EDT)


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