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11:00-11:30 Welcome and Introductions

11:30-1:00 Historical and Economic Context of the Eurozone Crisis 

Roy Ginsberg, Skidmore –“Episodic Moment, Metamorphosis, or Existential Threat? The Eurozone Debt and Banking Crisis in Perspective”

Daniel McDowell, Syracuse – “Double Whammy: The Great Recession and the Euro Crisis Hit Globalization” 

Peter Verovsek, Yale – “Generations and the Future of European Memory”

1:00-1:30   Lunch

1:30 – 2:30 Germany and France: Is the “Twin Engine” Out of Gas? 

Alan Cafruny, Hamilton – “The Nature and Role of German Power in the Eurozone Crisis”

Arthur Goldhammer, Harvard –“Will the Eurozone Crisis Spread to France?” 

2:30-2:45 Break

2:45-4:15 The Greek Crisis: National or European?

Glyn Morgan, Syracuse – “Justice, Solidarity, and the Eurozone Crisis, or What Does the EU Owe Greece?”

Harris Mylonas, George Washington University – “Greece: Between Reform and Stagnation”

Nicolas Prevelakis, Harvard – “Repercussion of the Economic Crisis on the Greek Political Scene”

4:15-4:30 Break

4:30-5:30 “New Europe” and the Eurozone Crisis 

David Ost, Hobart and William Smith Colleges -- “Effects of the Crisis on ‘Borderland’ Relations Among Poland, the Baltics, Belarus and Russia”

Steven Jurek, SUNY Brockport – “Poland and Hungary: Delaying Adoption of the Euro”


9:00-9:30 Breakfast

9:30-10:30 Public Policy and the Eurozone Crisis 

Tod Rutherford, Syracuse – “The New Southern Question: The EU Crisis and the Spectre of Labor Market Reform in Italy and Spain”

David Sonnenfeld, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry (SUNY-ESF) – “The Financial Crisis & Environmental Policy-Making in Europe”

10:30-10:45 Break

10:45-11:45   Elites and Publics and the Eurozone Crisis 

Ed Fogarty, Colgate – “Elite and Public Attitudes About European Integration Since the Eurozone Crisis”

Achim Hurrelman, Carleton University (Ottawa) -- “Will the Financial Crisis Lead to the Politicization of European Integration?”

12:00-12:30 Lunch

12:30-2:00 Parties and Elections and the Eurozone Crisis 

Steffen Blings, Cornell –“Consequences of the Eurozone Crisis for Party Competition in the EU”

Seth Jolly, Syracuse – “Regionalist Parties and the Eurozone Crisis”

Havva Karakas-Keles, Syracuse – “The Euro Crisis, National Elections, and Cabinet Stability in Europe”

2:00-2:15 Break

2:15-2:45   General Discussion and Wrap-Up

***Please note: These are working papers and are not to be cited without permission*** 

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The Euro Crisis and the Future of the EU

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