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Passas Anargyros

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Associate Professor, Jean Monnet Chair
 
Email:
apassas [at] panteion dot gr / arpassas [at] gmail dot com 
Telephone:
++30 210-9201624-25
Address:
Panteion University
136 Sygrou Ave. | Athens 176 71 | Greece
Building:
Stassinopoulos Building 303,
Office:
303, 2nd floor

 

Short Bio

Anargyros (Argyris) Passas is Associate Professor of State Administration and European Integration and holds a Jean Monnet Chair in Public Administration & European Integration.

 

He studied Political Sciences and International Relations at the Free University of Brussels (Université Libre de Bruxelles) and he specialized in European Studies (Licence Spéciale en Politique Européenne) at the European Institute of the same university. His doctoral thesis (Department of Public Administration of the Panteion University) was entitled “European Political Cooperation and the limits of intergovernmentalism: Contribution to the investigation of the integration dynamics and its effects on the functioning of the state after the adoption of the Single European Act” (supervisor Dimitris Th. Tsatsos).

 

He is Director of the Centre for Institutional and Policy Analysis of the Panteion University, President of the Governing Board of the Hellenic University Association for European Studies (ECSA/Greece) and co-director of the book series “Public Policy and Institutional Analysis”, Papazissis Publishers, Athens.

 

He teaches at Panteion University, the Hellenic Open University, the National School of Public Administration and Local Government and is a regular research and teaching associate with the Cyprus Academy of Public Administration. He has published books, articles and studies in journals and edited volumes in Greece and abroad, in the fields of European Integration, Public Policy and Public Administration. His latest book (2012) is titled, “National Public Administration in the European Union Policy Process”, Athens, Papazisis (in Greek).

 

In his professional career he has worked for the European Parliament (1980-1984 and 1994-1996) and served as scientific advisor to the Ministers of Education and Religious Affairs and Foreign Affairs for the management of the third (1994) and fourth (2003) Greek Presidency of the Council of the European Union. He has been member of the Scientific Council of the European Institute of Public Administration (EIPA/IEAP Maastricht) and headed as Secretary General the National Centre of Public Administration (1996-2001). In 2010 to 2013 has also been project leader for the design and implementation of training activities of the Cyprus Public Administration for the preparation of the first Cyprus Presidency of the Council of the European Union (July-December 2012).

 

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Βασίλης Χατζόπουλος

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Καθηγητής Ευρωπαϊκού δικαίου και πολιτικών
 
 
Email:
vasshatz [at ] panteion dot gr
Τηλέφωνο:
Διεύθυνση:
Πάντειο Πανεπιστήμιο
Λ. Συγγρου 136, 176 71 Αθήνα
Κτίριο:
ΔΕΣΚοι
Γραφείο:
Γ 8

 

 

Βιογραφικό

 

Ο Βασίλης Χατζόπουλος, πριν ενταχθεί στο Τμήμα ΔΕΠΣ του Παντείου Πανεπιστημίου, ήταν Καθηγητής «Ευρωπαϊκού δικαίου και πολιτικών» στο Δημοκρίτειο Πανεπιστήμιο Θράκης, από το 2000. Στο ίδιο Πανεπιστήμιο διετέλεσε Πρόεδρος του Τμήματος Κοινωνικής Διοίκησης και Πολιτικής Επιστήμης, και Κοσμήτορας της Σχολής Κοινωνικών, Πολιτικών και Οικονομικών Επιστημών. Είναι επίσης επ. Καθηγητής στο Κολλέγιο της Ευρώπης, Μπρυζ (Βέλγιο) και επί τιμή επ. Καθηγητής στο Πανεπιστήμιο του Νόττιγχαμ (ΗΒ).

 

Έχει πολυετή εμπειρία ως δικηγόρος ενώπιον των Ανώτατων Δικαστηρίων της χώρας και του Δικαστηρίου της ΕΕ, όπου έχει επανειλημμένως εκπροσωπήσει, μεταξύ άλλων, την Ευρωπαϊκή Επιτροπή. Έχει διατελέσει σύμβουλος της Ελληνικής Κυβέρνησης (στον ΟΟΣΑ για θέματα κανονιστικής μεταρρύθμισης και στην Ευρωπαϊκή Επιτροπή στα πλαίσια της Στρατηγικής της Λισσαβώνας), της Ευρωπαϊκής Επιτροπής (σχετικά με την Οδηγία για τις Υπηρεσίες) και του Ευρωπαϊκού Κοινοβουλίου (σχετικά με τα διασυνοριακά δικαιώματα των ασθενών).

 

 

Τα ενδιαφέροντά του στρέφονται γύρω από τους Θεσμούς και τη διακυβέρνηση της ΕΕ, την Εσωτερική Αγορά, με ιδιαίτερη έμφαση στην απελευθέρωση υπηρεσιών, στην παροχή υπηρεσιών γενικού οικονομικού συμφέροντος, στις κρατικές ενισχύσεις και τις δημόσιες συμβάσεις, καθώς και στις Πολιτικές Ασύλου και Μετανάστευσης της ΕΕ. Προσεγγίζει όλες τις παραπάνω θεματικές τόσο από πλευράς θετικού δικαίου όσο και από πλευράς του αποτυπώματος που έχει το δίκαιο στις κοινωνικές πραγματικότητες και στην ευρωπαϊκή και εθνική ιθαγένεια. Συνεπώς, πολλά από τα γραπτά του περιστρέφονται γύρω από την οριοθέτηση του οικονομικού και του κοινωνικού χώρου, τα αποτελέσματα της εφαρμογής του ευρωπαϊκού «οικονομικού συντάγματος», την υγεία και τις πρακτικές συνέπειες και τα όρια της Ευρωπαϊκής ιθαγένειας.

 

 

Έχει δημοσιεύσει τρεις μονογραφίες, σχετικά με την αρχή της αμοιβαίας αναγνώρισης στην εσωτερική αγορά (Le principe d’équivalence et de reconnaissance mutuelle dans la libre prestation de services, Bruylant/Sakkoulas, 1999) , με τη θεωρία των Βασικών Διευκολύνσεων στο δίκαιο του ανταγωνισμού (Σάκκουλας, 2002) και με τη ρύθμιση των υπηρεσιών στην ΕΕ (Regulating Services in the EU, OUP, 2012), ενώ μια τέταρτη μονογραφία, σχετικά με τη Οικονομία Διαμοιρασμού (Collaborative Economy under EU Law, Hart, 2018), είναι στη διαδικασία έκδοσης. Επίσης, έχει δημοσιεύσει πάνω από εκατό άρθρα και σχολιασμούς αποφάσεων σε διακεκριμένα περιοδικά Ευρωπαϊκού δικαίου, στα αγγλικά, γαλλικά και ελληνικά και σε συλλογικούς τόμους.

 

ΠΛΗΡΕΣ ΒΙΟΓΡΑΦΙΚΟ

 

Kostas Ifantisifantis-29-9-17

Professor of International Relations with Emphasis on Security Studies

Email:
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Telephone:
+30 210 9201835
Address:
Panteion University
136, Syggrou Avenue 176 71 Athens
Building:
DESKoi 
Office:
A5

 

Short Bio

Kostas Ifantis is an Associate Professor of International Relations, Department of International Relations, Kadir Has University and at Panteion University of Athens. He worked as a Lecturer in International and European Politics at the Universities of Bradford and Portsmouth, UK (1991-1995). He was a USIA Visiting Fellow at the Center for Political studies, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor (1998) a Fulbright Visiting Scholar at the John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University (2002), an IAA Senior Research Fellow at the LSE (2009), and a Visiting Professor at the University of Seul (Summer 2016). Between 2005 and 2008 he served as Director for Research at the Policy Planning Center of the Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

His papers have appeared in edited books and in periodicals such as Democratization, Turkish Studies, Journal of Southeast European and Black Sea Studies, Perceptions, International Journal etc. His books include Greece in a Changing Europe, (co-ed., Manchester University Press, 1996); NATO in the New European Order, (Macmillan, 1996); Theory and Reform in the European Union, (Manchester University Press, 2002); and NATO and the New Security Paradigm, (Frank Cass 2002); Turkish-Greek Relations: The Security Dilemma in the Aegean, (co-ed., Routledge, 2004); International Security Today (co-ed., SAM, 2006); Multilateralism and Security Institutions in an Era of Globalization, (co-ed., Routledge, 2009); International Political Theory: The charm of realist discourse (in Greek, 2012); Is Europe Afraid of Europe? (ed., Wilfrid Martens Center, 2014); The Syrian Imbroglio: International and Regional Strategies (co-ed., The Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, European University Institute, 2017). . Deciphering the Greek Crisis: Issues, Failures, Challenges (guest co-ed, Special Issue in International Relations/Uluslararasi Iliskiler , Vol 15, No 58, 2018)

Vassilis Hatzopoulos

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Professor of EU Law and Policies
 
Email:
vasshatz [ at ] panteion dot gr  
Telephone:
+30 210 920
Address:
Panteion University
136 Sygrou Ave. | Athens 176 71 | Greece
Building:
DESKoi
Office:
C 8

 

Short Bio

Vassilis Hatzopoulos, before joining the Department of International, European and Regio Studies of Panteion University, has been Professor of “EU Law and Policies” at the Democritus University of Thrace (Greece) since 2000; at the same University he served as Chair of his Department, then Dean of his School. He is also visiting Professor at the College of Europe, Bruges (Belgium) and honourary Asst. Professor at the University of Nottingham (UK).

He has a longstanding experience as a lawyer, practicing before the highest national courts and the Court of Justice of the EU, occasionally representing the EU Commission. He has consulted i.a. the Greek Government (on the OECD-led regulatory reform), the EU Commission (on the Services Directive) and the European Parliament (on EU patients’ rights).

His interests cover EU institutional law and governance, the EU internal market with special focus on service liberalisation and the provision of services of general economic interest, state aid and public procurement, as well as EU asylum and immigration law. He approaches all the above areas both in terms of the applicable legal rules and in terms of the impact they have on social realities and citizenship in the EU. Thus, many of his writings revolve around the boundaries between the economic and the social domains, the concrete impact of the application of EU’s economic constitution, healthcare, and the practical implications and boundaries of EU citizenship.

Further, he has published three monographs, on the principle of mutual recognition in the internal market (in French, Bruylant/Sakkoulas, 1999), on the doctrine of essential facilities under EU competition law (in Greek, Sakkoulas, 2002) and on the regulation of services in the EU (in English, OUP, 2012), while a fourth one, on the Collaborative Economy under EU law is forthcoming (in English, Hart, 2018). He has also published over a hundred articles and case notes, in English, French and Greek, in all the major EU-related reviews and periodicals and in edited volume.

 

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Kostas A. Lavdas

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Professor European Policy and Interest Groups

Email:
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Telephone:
+30 210-9201835
Address:
Panteion University
136, Syggrou Avenue 176 71 Athens
Building:
DESKoi 
Office:
A5

 

Short Bio

Kostas A. Lavdas is Professor of European Politics at Panteion University. He was previously Professor of European Politics and Director of the Centre for Political Research and Documentation (KEPET) at the University of Crete, where he also served as Vice-Rector for Academic Affairs and Personnel and Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences.

Born in Athens in 1964, he studied political science, political sociology, public policy and international relations in Athens, the UK (at London School of Economics and the University of Manchester), and the USA (at MIT). He has published extensively in English, German and Greek on European politics, transatlantic relations, Greek politics and policy, comparative interest group politics and applied political theory. He has taught (as a Professor, an Associate Professor and a Senior Lecturer) and researched (as a Senior Research Fellow and a Research Associate) at several universities and research centers in Europe and the USA. In 2007-2009 and again in 2014-2016 he was the Constantine Karamanlis Professor of Hellenic and European Studies at The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University, USA, and in 2009 he was a Senior Research Fellow at the London School of Economics, UK.

Author of The Europeanization of Greece: Interest Politics and the Crises of Integration (London / New York: Macmillan / St Martin’s Press, 1997), Stateness and Sovereign Debt: Greece in the European Conundrum (K. A. Lavdas, S. N. Litsas & D. V. Skiadas) (Lanham, MD: Lexington Books/ Rowman &, Littlefield, 2014), Politics, Subsidies and Competition: The New Politics of State Intervention in the European Union (with M. Mendrinou) (Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 1999), Φιλελευθερισμός των Πολιτών [Citizens’ Liberalism], Athens: Papazisi Publishers, 2015), America: Political Development, Democracy and Extroversion in US Politics (in Greek] (Athens: Papazisis Publishers, 2012), Formation and Development of the European Communities (in Greek) (Patras: Hellenic Open University, 2003), Interests and Politics: Interest Organization and Patterns of Governance (in Greek) (Athens: Papazisis, 2004), and Politics between the Potential and the Familiar (in Greek) (Athens: Sideris, 2010). Co-editor (with D. Chryssochoou) of European Unification and Political Theory: The Challenge of Republicanism (in Greek) (Athens: Sideris, 2004) and (with D. Chryssochoou and D. Xenakis) Directions in the Study of International Relations (in Greek) (Athens: Sideris, 2010). Author of numerous chapters in international volumes (The Political Economy of Privatization, Verbände und Interessengruppen in den Ländern der Europäischen Union, Verbände und Verbandssysteme in Westeuropa, Republicanism in Theory and Practice, The New Balkans, Reforming Europe: The Role of the Centre-Right, among others) and articles in distinguished refereed international journals (including European Journal of Political Research, West European Politics, Journal of Political and Military Sociology, Politics, among others). He regularly serves as a referee for international journals (including Political Studies, European Journal of Political Theory, Journal of European Public Policy, Ethnic and Racial Studies, among others) and research funding institutions.