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WhyEurope: European Integration and the Southern Balkans

WhyEurope: European Integration and the Southern Balkans

Tipologia
Compagnia di San Paolo
Programma di ricerca
Convenzione SanPaolo-Ateneo - Ex post
Ente finanziatore
CSP - Ateneo
Budget
58.490
Periodo
01/01/2019 - 31/12/2021
Coordinatore
Prof.ssa Cristina Poncibo'

Partecipanti al progetto

Descrizione del progetto

Abstract

The classification of Eastern European legal systems has always been a challenge for comparatists. The rise and demise of socialism in the region and, more recently the crisis of the political legitimacy of the EU, complicated the picture even more. How should legal systems of Eastern Europe be classified today, after the collapse of the socialist regimes? Which topics deserve more attention in times of rising populism?

The Project is a co-operative research initiative of the University of Turin, Italy (EU) and the University Saints Cyril and Methodius, Skopje, Republic of North Macedonia.

The project focuses on Central and Eastern European Countries (CEECs) and the Balkans in order to contribute to the debate by promoting the cross-fertilization of experiences and exchange of ideas among academic institutions, civil society, and SMEs.

Member States involved

- Central and Eastern European Countries (CEECs) and the Balkans

Scientific Committee

Project activities

The Project aims to realize a working group focused in particular to CEECs, the Balkans and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), with particular attention to the private law, as well as the effects of the ECHR on the law of these countries. The working group aims to promote a critical, comparative and interdisciplinary research on globalization, transnational legal developments, European integration or (dis)integration with a focus on East-West relations.

Objectives and expected outcomes

The Research Group will organise three (3) international workshops between Fall 2020 and Spring 2021.

Inaugural Workshop The inaugural workshop will focus on Western Legal Traditions in Eastern Europe: challenges and new perspectives for private law

Second Workshop

The second workshop will focus on The Impact of ECHR on Private Law in the Balkans that will be held in Skopje, Macedonia.

The Third workshop will focus on Recent Developments in Private Law in CEECs’

Consortium:  The partners are the University of Turin, Italy and the University Saints Cyril and Methodius, Skopje, Republic of North Macedonia.

Ultimo aggiornamento: 21/07/2022 17:22