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The Sovereign Debt Crisis and the New Boundaries of the State - EPLO 1st Malta Meeting

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G. Amato / M. Frendo / G. Napolitano (eds.), “The Sovereign Debt Crisis and the New Boundaries of the State - EPLO Malta Meeting: 8-9 July 2011”

This volume of the European Public Law Series comprises of the proceedings of the first of a series of EPLO Malta Meetings, successfully inaugurated in 2011. The meeting was held in July 2011 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 it was scientifically coordinated by Prof. Giulio Napolitano, of the Roma Tre University.

This publication presents the views of politicians and of distinguished public law scholars on the theme of “The Sovereign Debt Crisis and the New Boundaries of the State”. National perspectives coming from Germany, Greece, Ireland, Turkey and Albania are also presented.

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
M. FRENDO, A Short Remark about the Principle of Solidarity
S. FLOGAITIS, Director, European Public Law Organization
THE SOVEREIGN DEBT CRISIS IN THE EUROPEAN ECONOMIC GOVERNANCE
G. AMATO, Managing Interdependence in the EU: A Matter of Efficiency, Not of Sovereignty
CH. MANGION, ‘No Country is an Island’: The Need for Collective Policy Responses and the Search for Long-Term Fiscal Stability
NATIONAL PERSPECTIVES
M. BRENNER, Dealing with the European Debt Crisis from the Perspective of German Constitutional Law
Y. Z. DROSSOS, On the Globalized Impact of a Tiny State Entity: Greece’s Power to Provoke an International Financial Crisis and the Efforts to Avoid It
T. J. O’DOWD, The Nature of the Irish Crisis and the Capacity Deficits in Government, Public Administration and Governance
N. ARAT, The Economic Reforms in Turkey and the Challenges of the Crisis
M. LESKOVIKU, The Role of the State in Times of Economic Crisis, with Some Remarks Focused on the Albanian Situation
CONCLUDING REMARKS
G. NAPOLITANO, From the Financial to the Sovereign Debt Crisis: “Governments in the Storm”
CLOSURE OF THE CONFERENCE
S. FLOGAITIS, Director, European Public Law Organization
M. FRENDO, Speaker, House of Representatives, Parliament of Malta,
former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Malta