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Challenges and Prospects of EU Integration in South Eastern Europe
Date du début: 1 sept. 2015, Date de fin: 31 août 2018 PROJET  TERMINÉ 

The project Challenges and Prospects of EU Integration in South Eastern Europe intends to assure continuity of research, teaching, debate and reflection in the field of European integration started in Transilvania University of Brasov in 2006 with the Jean Monnet Chair Project (2006-1860/001-001), continued with two Jean Monnet Modules (2007-1501/001-001 and 2009-3238/001-001), Information and Research Activities (2009-294/001-001) and Ad Personam Jean Monnet Chair (2012-2525/001-001). The main objective is to promote innovative contributions to the study of the contemporary developments towards a deeper EU integration in Southeastern Europe, taking into consideration that this region brought a new European landscape, with significant economic, political and cultural heterogeneity and sometimes with the aspect of a multi-speed integration process. The goal is to identify and discuss the variables that have a decisive influence on the European path of the envisaged states. In the expanding European political space, the variables of territory (including center-periphery structures, intra-regional commonality and shared domestic characteristics) and temporality (time of accession, what integration implied at the time of joining, phases of European integration) will be attentively analyzed for this group of countries. With its multidisciplinary perspective, the project aims at stimulating synergies between economic, political and juridical EU studies and at creating joint transnational activities and relationships with academic institutions from Southern and Eastern Europe. The different experiences with the Europeanization could be shared by common cross-national activities. In the general Europeanization debate, the project aims at rethinking the convergence issues in these states and their specific response to European policies.The main outcomes of the project will consist of new teaching programmes, high level publications and contact with civil society.