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THE EUROPEAN SEMESTER AND EURO AREA GOVERNANCE
The Italian Case
Pisa, 21-22 November 2019
Pisa, 21-22 November 2019
Sala conferenze Polo Piagge, Pisa
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21 november 15:30-19:00
15:30-17:00 Session 1
Il Semestre europeo. Cos'è? Perchè è stato introdotto? Che implicazioni ha per l'Italia? (ITALIANO)

Saluti di benvenuto:
  • Silvio Bianchi Martini (Direttore, Dipartimento di Economia e Management).
  • Pompeo Della Posta (Università di Pisa).
  • Amy Verdun (University of Leiden and University of Victoria).

    Chair: Annette Bongardt (UCP, University of Évora and Universidade Fernando Pessoa, Porto).

    Relatori:
  • Davide Berti e Luca Rufolo (Dottori in Banca, Finanza e Mercati finanziari, Università di Pisa).
  • Dimitri Lorenzani (Commissione europea, DG Affari economici e finanziari).
  • Francesco Felici (Ministero dell'economia e delle finanze).
  • Pietro Tommasino (Banca d'Italia).
  • 17:30-19:00 Session 2
    The Political Economy of the European Semester in Southern Member States (ENGLISH)
    Chair: Daniel F. Schulz (University of Agder).

    Speakers:
  • Nicole Baerg (University of Essex) and Mark Hallerberg (Hertie School of Governance, Berlin). "Explain the instability in the stability and growth pact: the contribution of member states' power, and euroscepticism to the euro crisis".
  • David Bokhorst (University of Amsterdam). "The application of the European Semester in Italy: the case of liberalisation of professional services".
  • Fabio Bulfone (Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies, Cologne) and Arianna Tassinari (European University Institute, Florence). "Under pressure. Electoral politics, state-business relations and labour market reforms in southern Europe 2008-2018".
  • Fabrizio Di Mascio (University of Turin). "The dynamics of EU influence and fiscal consolidation in Italy and Spain".

    Discussants:
  • Mark Dawson (Hertie School of Governance, Berlin).
  • StefaniaBaroncelli(FreeUniversityofBozen-Bolzano).


  • 22 november 9:00-20:00
    09:00 - 10:30 Session 3
    Implementing and Enforcing Recommendations Under the European Semester (ENGLISH)
    Chair: Francisco Torres (Catholic University of Lisbon).
    Speakers:
  • Jörg Haas (Hertie School of Governance, Berlin). "Economic policy coordination in the euro area: do reform characteristics drive implementation under the European Semester?".
  • Reinout van der Veer (Erasmus University, Rotterdam). "Enforcing the unenforceable: politicisation and the EU's Stability and Growth Pact".
  • Camilla Mariotto (University of Innsbruck). "Implementing the EU economic rules: member states' compliance with the country-specific recommendation".

    Discussants:
  • Michele Chang (Colllege of Europe, Bruges).
  • PaulSchure(UniversityofVictoria).
  • 11:00 - 12.45 Session 4
    Roundtable - The European Semester in Practice in Italy and Its Social Implications (ENGLISH)
    Chair: Marcello Signorelli (University of Perugia).
    Speakers:
  • Pasquale Lucio Scandizzo (University of Rome "Tor Vergata").
  • Enrico Marelli(University of Brescia).
  • Antonia Carparelli (European Commission Delegation, Rome).
  • Nicoletta Teodosi (Elected President of Cilap Eapn Italia, National Network of Eapn - European Anti Poverty Network).
  • Patrik Vesan (University of Valle d'Aosta).
  • 13:00 Book Presentation by Francisco Torres
  • Francisco Torres, Federico Steinberg and Michele Chang (eds). "The Political Economy of Adjustment Throughout and Beyond the Eurozone Crisis, Routledge, November 2019".
  • 14:30 - 16:30 Session 5
    Roundtable - Benefits, Implications and Critical Aspects of the European Semester with a Specific View to Italy: Are CSR Well Received?
    Chair: Amy Verdun (University of Leiden and University of Victoria).
    Speakers:
  • Pasquale Tridico (President INPS - National Social Security Institute, University of Roma Tre)
  • Benedicta Marzinotto (University of Udine).
  • Roberto Tamborini (University of Trento).
  • Lorenzo Codogno (London School of Economics).
  • Fabio Masini (University of Roma Tre).
  • Roberto Di Quirico (University of Cagliari).
  • 17:00 - 20:00 Session 6
    Il futuro del Semestre europeo e il dialogo fra la Commissione europea e le autorità nazionali (ITALIANO)
    Saluti:
  • Carlo Petronio (Prorettore vicario dell'Università di Pisa).

    Chair: Pompeo Della Posta, Università di Pisa.
    Relatori:
  • Giovanni Tria (Università di Roma "Tor Vergata", già Ministro dell'economia e delle finanze).
  • Marco Buti (Direttore Generale DG ECFIN, Commissione europea).

    Conference rapporteurs:
  • Pedro Melo (MSc candidate Catòlica Lisbon School of Business and Economics).
  • Alexander Schilin (PhD candidate, Institute of Political Science, Leiden University).

    Local conference assistants:
  • Donato Rosario Beccia (MSc candidate, University of Pisa).
  • Claudio Mandracchia (MSc candidate, University of Pisa).
  • Cristhian David Morales (MSc candidate, University of Pisa).


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