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1 1 16/02/2014 Governance and citizenship. How we govern and how we are governed? University of Wroclaw Institute of International Studies Elżbieta Stadtmuller

2 2 16/02/2014 Governance and citizenship lThree levels on which I will focus: è Why governance is a thriving research question? (part 1) èHow the EU supported us in research ( GARNET case) (part 2) èA view from Eastern Europe on the ERA (part 3)

3 3 16/02/2014 Governance and citizenship Part 1 Governance Global/regional governance is the complex of formal and informal institutions, mechanisms, relationships, and processes between and among states, markets, citizens and organizations, both inter- and non- governmental, through which collective interests on the global/regional plane are articulated, rights and obligations are established, and differences are mediated.

4 4 16/02/2014 Governance and citizenship Part 1 Problems of governance related to the citizens: èEffectiveness èLegitimacy èCosts and profits èAcceptance

5 5 16/02/2014 Governance and citizenship Part 1 Focus on : èNew regionalism ( built in the era of globalisation, as a response to it and its result; from the bottom up; promotion of free market, interregional cooperation in which there are involved not only states but also other actors, including society) èInterregionalism èThe phenomenon of regionalisation and regionalism within Europe

6 6 GARNET a NoE on Global Governance, Regionalisation and Regulation: The Role of the EU lPart 2 - Profile è Budget: EUR 5.4 million è Coordinator: University of Warwick è 42 partners in 17 countries

7 7 GARNET l Part 2 - Profile è 300+ researchers involved in the project è Senior Male Researchers = 69 %, Senior Female Researchers = 31% è Junior Male Researchers = 51 %, Junior Female Researchers = 49 % è Wide disciplinary mix

8 8 GARNET

9 9 16/02/2014 GARNET Part 2 RESEARCH under three broad themes: èRegionalism and Regionalisation Europe as a Model of Regional Governance The EU and Eastern Europe The EU and Africa The EU and Asia The EU and Latin America and the Caribbean

10 10 16/02/2014 GARNET lThe Regulatory Frameworks of Global Governance Normative issues of regional and global governance International law, sovereignty and global governance Theoretical issues on the EU/ UN multilateralism Global Economic Governance and Market Regulation Corporate Gov. and the Global Regulatory Framework Gender, Space and Global Governance The Role of Non State Actors and Civil Society

11 11 16/02/2014 GARNET lKey Policy Issues in Global Governance The Governance of the Global Environment Global and Regional Security Governance The Governance of Infectious Diseases Gender in International Political Economy North-South Development Issues Technology, Innovation and Governance

12 12 GARNET Part 2 lStatistic results of our cooperation: è Publications u The Routledge GARNET series, Europe in the World (12) u Working Papers (64) ), policy briefing papers (8) u Ca 80 various additional publications è Mobility: ca 80 of academics and PhD students ( ) è PhD School seminars ( 7 th ) with participation of over 200 students (2 more coming)

13 13 16/02/2014 GARNET Part 2 Examples of books M.Telò (ed) The European Union and Global Governance (2009) J.Orbie&L.Tortell (eds) The European Union and the Social Dimension of Globalisation (2008) K. E.Jorgensen (ed.) The European Union and International Organisations (2008) W.Hout&R.Robison (eds) Governance and the Depoliticisation of Development (2008) F.Cerutti &S.Lucarelli (eds) The Search for a European Identity: Values, Policies and the Legitimacy of the European Union (2008) Z.Laidi (ed) EU Foreign Policy in a Globalized World: Normative Power and Social Preferences (2008)

14 14 16/02/2014 GARNET Part 2 International Annual Conferences of Garnet AIC 2006: Global Financial and Monetary Governance, the EU and Emerging Market Economies, Sept., Amsterdam AIC 2007: Pathways to Legitimacy? The Future of Global and Regional Governance, Sept., CSGR Warwick. AIC 2008: 'Mapping Integration and Regionalism in a Global World: The EU and Regional Governance outside the EU', Sept., IEP Bordeaux AIC 2009: Meeting of the GARNET combined with topic on Food Security and Sustainable Development: Challenges for the Governance of International Relations, Nov., CIDEI of Sapienza Univ., Rome.

15 15 GARNET l Pros and cons u Community of researchers in our area is built (not all are active) u NoE is not on research which can be frustrating u Young people involved on big scale (enough?) u Research in our area was advanced and popularised u Many additional smaller scale projects were invented (money?) u How to keep a network alive beyond 2010 ? (money) uBureaucratic pain

16 16 16/02/2014 GARNET Part 3 Pros/cons and Eastern Europe èEastern Europe emerged from academic limbo (not quite) èInteresting lesson learnt on the different approaches èMany contacts developed èFinancial support for academics èNew opportunities for young academics èAncient admin structure of our Universities (lack of help)


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