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The New Economic Governance of Europe - EPLO 2nd Malta Meeting

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Vol. CX, Giuliano Amato / Michael Frendo / Giulio Napolitano (eds.), The New Economic Governance of Europe - EPLO Malta Meeting: 20-21 July 2012, 2014, 220 pp., ISSN: 2308-8648, ISBN: 978-618-81128-2-7

This volume of the European Public Law Series comprises the proceedings of the second EPLO Malta Meeting, which was held in July 2012 at The Palace, Valletta, Malta, under the auspices of Prof. Giuliano Amato, former Prime Minister of the Republic of Italy, and The Hon. Dr. Michael Frendo, Speaker, House of Representatives, Parliament of Malta, and was scientifically coordinated by Prof. Giulio Napolitano, of the Roma Tre University.

This publication presents the views of politicians and distinguished public law scholars on the theme of "The New Economic Governance of Europe" in the light of the ongoing economic crisis and seen from different perspectives such as the connection of the economic governance of Europe with democratic legitimacy, with the banking sector and the fiscal union, the role and place of independent authorities to the development of such a governance etc.

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

SUMMARY
FOREWORD
WELCOME ADDRESSES
M. FRENDO, Speaker, House of Representatives, Parliament of Malta, former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Malta
G. AMATO, Former Prime Minister of the Republic of Italy
S. FLOGAITIS, Director, European Public Law Organization
T. BORG, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Malta
SESSION ONE
G. AMATO, Opening Remarks
J. BONNICI, The New Governance of Europe
T. VAN DEN BRINK, The Foundations of the EU Challenged by the Economic Crisis?
SESSION TWO
ROUNDTABLE: THE ECONOMIC GOVERNANCE OF EUROPE
AND DEMOCRATIC LEGITIMACY
A. SANT, The Economic Governance of Europe and Democratic Legitimacy
C.V. GORTSOS, Towards a "European Banking Union": The European Commission's Proposals on the Creation of a 'Single Supervisory Mechanism' in the Banking Sector
C.A. STEPHANOU, The Road Towards Fiscal Union
SESSION THREE
T.J. O'DOWD, Fiscal Union in Slow Motion? Challenges for Irish Constitutional Law
P. IDOUX, The Place of Independent Authorities in the New European Economic Governance
SESSION FOUR
M. LESKOVIKU, Rethinking Economic Policy and Governance in Europe
CONCLUDING REMARKS
G. NAPOLITANO, Concluding Remarks - The Fragmentation of the European Economic Governance
CLOSURE OF THE CONFERENCE
G. AMATO, Former Prime Minister of the Republic of Italy
S. FLOGAITIS, Director, European Public Law Organization
M. FRENDO, Speaker, House of Representatives, Parliament of Malta, former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Malta

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