The conference offers an early opportunity to review and assess the European Union’s inter-institutional relationships in the Juncker years (2014-2019). It will report findings from two major empirical projects conducted as part of ‘The European Commission: Where now? Where next?’ project on the internal operation of the Commission since 2014, both conducted with a number of partners and headquartered at the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies at the European University Institute. The conference will bring together scholars and key policy-makers from the European institutions to discuss the performance of the Juncker Commission and how it compares with its predecessors. The aim is to identify legislative trends, as well as to examine the outgoing Commission in historical perspective.
The discussion will be followed by a reception.
Participation to the event is upon registration. Given the presence of a large number of distinguished EUI alumni in Brussels, the event will also represent an opportunity to connect with these highly-valued alumni.
Panel: 16.30 – 18:45
Reception: 18:45 – 20:00
Communications and PR Unit EUI (EUI)
College of Europe
Hussein Kassim (University of East Anglia)
Prof. Renaud Dehousse (President, EUI)
Stéphanie Novak (University of Venice)
Selma Bendjaballah (Sciences Po Paris)
Jim Cloos (Deputy Director for General and Institutional Policy, General Secretariat, EU Council of Ministers)
Olivier Costa (Sciences Po Bordeaux/College of Europe)
Maria José Martínez Iglesias (Director for Legislative Affairs, Legal Service of the European Parliament)
Olivier Rozenberg (Sciences Po Paris)
Klaus Welle (Secretary General, European Parliament)