11 / ECONOMY AND DEMOCRACY


18 – 23 September 2011   print this page

Course directors:

Stefan Messmann, Central European University, Hungary
Tibor Tajti, Central European University, Hungary
Josip Kregar, University of Zagreb, Croatia
Ivan Šimonović, University of Zagreb, Croatia


Course description:

The course offers a five day program based on the interdisciplinary approach to selected topics in the field of sociology, constitutional law, international private law, commercial law, labour and social law, and general theory of law and state. Participants to the course primarily come from the academic field (PhD/S.J.D. students or doctoral graduates in legal and social sciences), although the experts from either governmental bodies or NGO sector are also invited to take part in the program. Specific agenda of the course for the September 2011 term is to be announced by June 2011.


Course lecturers:

Stefan Messmann, Central European University, Hungary
Tibor Tajti, Central European University, Hungary
Tibor Varady, Central European University, Hungary
Josip Kregar, University of Zagreb, Croatia
Đorđe Gardašević, University of Zagreb, Croatia
Mišo Mudrić, University of Zagreb, Croatia


Work Schedule:

Sunday, September 18th

9.30-10.00 OPENING SESSION

10.00-13.00 TBA

prof. dr. sc. J. Kregar

17.00-19.30 “On Wine [Law]”

prof. dr. sc. S. Messmann

Monday, September 19th

10.00-13.00 "Two Present-Day Issues in International Commercial Arbitration"

prof. dr. sc. Tibor Varady

17.00-19.30 “Constitutions and Emergencies”

dr. sc. Djordje Gardasevic

Tuesday, September 20st

10.00-13.00 "When and Why is the Rubberstamp of the European Union Insufficient?"

prof. dr. sc. Tibor Tajti

17.00-19.30 „The Relevance of Berle & Means to Emerging Markets - Country Presentations“

CEU student presentations and discussions

Wednesday, September 21nd

EXCURSION

Thursday, September 22rd

10.00-13.00 „Mediation as an ADR Method in Commercial Law Disputes“

prof. dr. sc. Biljana Djuricin

17.00-19.30 „Private Maritime Security Companies: Privatizing Ocean Security“

Miso Mudric, mag. iur.

Friday, September 23th

10.00-13.00 CONCLUDING SESSION