2 thoughts on “Governance for the Eurozone: Integration or Disintegration?”

  1. A Professor Laffan has a chapter here …

    Brigid Laffan
    University College Dublin
    Brigid Laffan PhD took office as the Principal of the College of
    Human Sciences, University College Dublin, in September 2004.
    In 1991, Professor Laffan was appointed as Jean Monnet Professor
    of European Politics in the Department of Politics, UCD. She was
    the founding Director of the Dublin European Institute UCD in
    1999. In March 2004, she was elected as a member of the Royal Irish
    Academy. She is a member of the Research Council of the European
    University Institute (EUI) Florence, the National Economic and Social
    Council (NESC) and the Irish Government’s High Level Asia
    Strategy Group. Professor Laffan is author of Integration and Cooperation
    in Europe, 1992, The Finances of the Union, 1997, and
    co-author of Europe’s Experimental Union, 2000. She has published
    numerous articles in the Journal of Common Market Studies and
    the European Journal of Public Policy. Professor Laffan co-ordinated
    a six country cross national research project entitled Organising for
    Enlargement (2001-2004), financed by the EU Commission’s Fifth
    Framework Programme, and is part of an integrated research project
    on New Governance in Europe.

    @Professor Laffan

    Blind Biddy would like to know if and when you might comment on this blog?

  2. As some of the contributions by Colin Scott has demonstrated – there are a few useful analytical tools in political science that might contribute to the ‘broader social scientific analysis’ on the emegence of Irish Krisis once called for by The Governor …..

    …. but if everyone stays put in their narrow disciplinary silos then a plausible and broad interdisciplinary take on said krisis simply ain’t gonna happen … which supports the continuance of the present upper_echelon inbred insider clique of abysmal governance that the poor citizen_serfs have to put with ….

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