Teaching


University of Glasgow

Global Business Environment (Academic years 2014/2015, 2015/2016, and 2016/2017)
Management Issues & Controversies (Academic years 2014/2015, 2015/2016, and 2016/2017)
The Eurozone Political Economy (since academic year 2016/2017)
Economic & Social History 1B: Themes in Globalisation, 1914-c2008 (Academic year 2011/2012)
European Business Environment, MSc in International Business and Entrepreneurship (Academic year 2011/2012)

Institute for European Studies, Université Libre de Bruxelles

European Economic Policy, POLI-O-0408 / European Economic and Monetary Governance POLI-O-406 (Academic years 2014/2015, 2015/2016, and 2016/2017)

Institute for European Studies, Université Libre de Bruxelles

The course aims to develop students’ knowledge of the principles and functioning of EU economic policy-making, from a long-term perspective.

Outline of sessions’ topics: 1. General course introduction – EU institutions & policies; 2. European economic integration: a long view; 3. The EU single market; 4. The creation of the euro; 5. The banking union; 6. The coordination of EU member states’ budgets; 7. The impossible fiscal union?; 8. The Eurozone crisis and general conclusion

London School of Economics

Keio University, Japan

History of European Integration in the Twentieth Century (2011)
Keio University, Tokyo

This course investigates the process of European cooperation and integration in the 20th century, asking why, how, and to what extent European governments decided to cooperate and eventually (partly) share sovereignty. The first section provides an overview of European integration from the late nineteenth century until the Treaties of Rome; the second section studies European integration from the Treaties of Rome until the Maastricht Treaty; finally the third section outlines thematic overviews.

Outline of Seminar Topics: 1. Introduction: sources, methodology and historiographical debates; I – European integration from the late nineteenth century until the Treaties of Rome: 2. Early attempts at European cooperation in the first half of the twentieth century; 3. From the Marshall Plan to the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC); 4. The 1950s: The failure of the European Defence Community (EDC), the Treaties of Rome negotiations and the creation of the European Economic Community (EEC). II – From the Treaties of Rome to the Treaty of Maastricht: 5. The 1960s and the Gaullist challenge; 6. The 1970s: crises and institutional reform; 7. The 1980s and the Single European Act. III – Thematic overviews: 8. The external dimension of European integration: foreign policy and defence cooperation; the 1990s and the Maastricht Treaty; 9. From monetary cooperation to monetary integration: the European Payments Union (EPU), the Werner Plan, the European Monetary System (EMS), the Delors Report and the euro; 10. Transnational non-governmental actors and European integration; 11. Supranational actors and European integration; 12. Recapitulation, general conclusions and discussion of recent developments (in particular the study of the links between European integration and the Cold War)

University of Economics, Prague

European Economic Cooperation and Integration since 1945 (2016)

University of Economics, Prague

The course aims to develop students’ knowledge of the principles and functioning of EU economic and monetary policy-making, from a historical perspective.

Outline of sessions’ topics: 1. General course introduction – EU institutions & policies; 2. European economic integration from the late 19th century until the present day; 3. The development of the EU single market; 4. European monetary cooperation and integration; 5. Eurozone crisis and reform