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Charalambos Platias

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Associate Professor of European and International Governance for the Environment and Sustainable Dvelopment
 
Email:
ch.platias [at] panteion.gr 
Telephone:
+30 210 9201887
Address:
Panteion University
136 Sygrou Ave. Athens 176 71, Greece
Building:
DESKoi
Office:
C2

 

Short Bio

A. Curriculum Vitae

Charalampos Platias was born in Athens. He holds a PhD in Political Science (European Integration, Policy and Governance) from the University of Bonn (Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn, Germany) and a University Degree in Political Science & International Studies from Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences (Athens, Greece). He specialises in the fields of European integration and European policy and governance with emphasis on environmental policy and sustainable development. Since September 2019 he has been Assistant Professor at Panteion University’s Department of International, European and Regional Studies. He previously held the position of Director for Port Policy (2018-2019) and Head of the Port Policy Unit (2013-2018) at the Ministry of Maritime Affairs & Insular Policy of the Hellenic Republic, General Secretariat of Ports & Port Policy, where he had been working as member of the scientific staff, with expertise in European & international port policy issues since 2003. Since 2001, he has been teaching a number of different courses in graduate and postgraduate programmes at Panteion University and has participated in lectures of the “European Port Policy” postgraduate module for Piraeus University’s Department of Shipping. He is the author of three books, the first on EU regional policy, the second on EU environmental policy (co-authored with Prof. Grigoris Tsaltas) and the most recent one on policy and governance issues of EU environmental policy and sustainable development, and he has co-edited a book on the Union for the Mediterranean (UfM). He has also published several academic papers and book contributions on many different topics, inter alia EU and international environmental policy and sustainable development, but also EU transport policy and ports, maritime spatial planning and participated in numerous relevant conferences and research projects. From 2002 onwards, he has been Associate Member of the European Centre for Environmental Research and Training at Panteion University and, in this capacity, he planned and conducted research-projects, conferences and events, as well as interdisciplinary summer courses on sustainable development and the environment. He was/is still a member of the Peer Review Group of the EU co-financed TEN-T/Horizon 2020 Actions “Monitoring and Operation Services for Motorways of the Sea” (2011/2012), “Business to Motorways of the Sea” (2014/2015), “Multidimensional, IntegraTed, rIsk assessment framework and dynamic, collaborative Risk ManaGement tools for critical information infrAstrucTurEs” (H2020, 2016/2018) and the “PIXEL - Port IoT for Environmental Leverage” (H2020). He is also member of the Hellenic Association for International Law & International Relation.

 

B. Courses

Undergraduate courses

  • History, Structure and Function of the EU

  • International Law and Policy for the Protection of the Environment

  • EU Environmental Protection Policy

  • Organisation of the European Union (Department of Social Policy)

Postgraduate courses

  • European Public Policy I: Policy Formulation

  • European Public Policy II: Policy Implementation

Marilena Koppa (Maria Eleni)

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Associate Professor of Comparative Politics

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Panteion University
136, Syggrou Avenue, 176 71 Greece
Building:
DESKoi 
Office:
A3

 

Biographical Note

Marilena Koppa, PhD, is an Associate Professor of Comparative Politics at the Department of European, International and Area Studies of Panteion University and author of several articles on minority issues, democratization, nationalism and European politics, with a preference for comparative approaches.

She is an Athens Law school graduate. She obtained her Ph.D on Comparative Politics at Paris–X Nanterre University (1991). For years she worked as a special adviser to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on issues pertaining to European integration and enlargement. She has been a member of the European Parliament from 2007 to 2014. She was the Coordinator of the S&D Group at the Subcommittee on Security and Defense and also Vice-chairperson of the EU-Turkey Joint Parliamentary Committee. She has been a member of the Committee on Foreign Affairs and a substitute member of the Committee on International Trade and the Subcommittee on Human Rights. Among others, she was the rapporteur of the European Parliament “On the implementation of the CSDP based on the Annual Report from the Council to the EU on the Common Foreign and Security Policy in 2013 as well as the EP Rapporteur on ‘Enlargement: policies, criteria and the EU’s strategic interests” in 2012.

She has published three books on South-eastern Europe: “A Fragile Democracy: The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia between the past and the future” (Papazisis, Athens, 1994), «The minorities in the post-communist Balkans” (Nea Synora-Livanis, Athens, 1997), «The creation of states in the Balkans» (Nea Synora-Livanis, Athens, 1997). Her last book was on the Common Security and Defense Policy, “CSDP: the history, the institutions, the strategies” (Patakis, Athens, 2017).

Maria Meng - Papantoni

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Associate Professor of 

European Business Law

 
Email:
mariapapantoni6 [at] googlemail.com  
Telephone:
+30 210 9201885
Address:
Panteion University
136 Sygrou Ave. | Athens 176 71 | Greece
Building:
DESKoi
Office:
C4

 

Short Bio

Maria Meng-Papantoni is born in Athens and is Associate Professor of European Business Law at the Panteion University of Athens. She is also Visiting Professor at the Europa-Institut of the Saarland University in Germany. She taught International Economic Law at the Law School of Lobachevsky University - Nizhny Novgorod (TEMPUS exchange program 2008). She also taught European Company law at the Law School of Reinmin University-Bejing (2015 Summer School), at the Law School of the University of Wuhan-China and at the Law School of the University of Yunnan-China.

She studied law at the Universities of Athens and Panthéon-Assas (Paris II). She holds a PhD in Business Law from the University of Panthéon-Assas (Paris II), D.E.A. droit des affaires et droit économique from the University of Panthéon-Assas (Paris II) and a Law degree from the Law School of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. She was a fellow of NATO. She was a Visiting Researcher and Fellow at Georgetown University-USA Institute of International Economic Law (August-September 2008 and August-September 2009).

Her interests cover EU institutional law and governance, the EU internal market with special focus on services of general economic interest, as well as EU energy law and EU external relations with special focus on the external relations of the euro-zone. 

Further, she has published five monographs, on the intervention in company law (in French, Bruylant/Sakkoulas, 1998), on the investment advice and portfolio management (in Greek, Nomiki Vivliothiki, 2000), on Energy law (in Greek, Nomiki Vivliothiki, 2003), on the services of general economic interest (in Greek, Nomiki Viliothiki, 2013) and on the EU internal market (art. 26.2 TFEU): free movement of goods, persons, services and capital (in Greek, Nomiki Viliothiki, 2013). She has also published over a hundred articles and case notes, in English, French and Greek, in periodicals and in edited volumes.

Maria Meng-Papantoni has been a member of legislative committees (coding capital market law and civil aviation law).

Since 2010 she has been a member of the Management Committee of the European Center of Economic and Financial Law (ECEFIL) and since 2017 she is the Director of ECEFIL.

She is a reviewer in the legal journal “Zeitschrift für europarechtliche Studien” (ZEuS) and a member of the Scientific Committee of the Greek Journal “European Law”.

Maria is a member of the Board of Directors of the Hellenic Association of Energy Law and member of the Scientific Committee of the European Federation of Energy Law Associations.

She is a member of the Hellenic Association of European Law, the Hellenic Annex of the International Law Association, the European Society of International Law, the Hellenic University Association of European Studies, the Hellenic Society of International Law and International Relations, the Hellenic Association of Greek Trade Associates, and the Hellenic Banking and Capital Market Law Company.

In addition to her academic activity, Maria Meng-Papantoni is a lawyer in Athens, practicing before the Greek Courts and the European Court of Justice.

 

Evagelopoulos George

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Assistant Professor of Political Philososphy and  International Relations.

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Biographical Note

Georgios L. Evangelopoulos is Associate Professor of Political Philosophy and International Relations at the Panteion University of Social and Political Science in Athens. Georgios holds a PhD in International Relations from the LSE and a law degree from the University of Athens School of Law. He is also a Fellow of the International Relations Institute (IRI) and a former National Bank of Greece Post-Doctoral Research Fellow at the Hellenic Observatory of the LSE (2013-2014). On March 15, 2019 he was appointed CHS (Center for Hellenic Studies) Associate in International Affairs and Law at Harvard University.

His research interests focus on three areas: International Political Theory, Philosophy of Science and International Relations, as well as Foreign Policy Analysis. He has authored or co-authored six books, the most recent of which is Political Philosophy and International Relations: Panajotis Kondylis and Alexandre Kojève (Eurasia Publications, Athens 2019). Further contributions consist in more than forty articles and book chapters that cover a broad range of subjects, mostly in political philosophy and the philosophy of science.

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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