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15/04/2014

«Semi-presidentialism»

SEMI-PRESIDENTIALISM in Europe and elsewhere 15-16 April 2014-Roma-Rettorato


OPENING SESSION | (8:45 A.M. 9:00 A.M.) Antonello Folco Biagini, Prorettore Sapienza University, Rome Fulco Lanchester, Director of Department of Political Sciences, Sapienza University, Rome Robert Elgie, professor of Political Science, Dublin City University, Ireland Oreste Massari, professor of Political Science, Sapienza University, Rome Gianluca Passarelli, assistant professor of Political Science, Sapienza University, Rome 15 APRIL | SECTION 1 (9:00 A.M. 11:15 A.M.) SEMI-PRESIDENTIALISM IN WESTERN EUROPE Robert Elgie, Dublin City University, Ireland Semi-presidentialism and its systemic performance Carlos Jalali, University of Aveiro, Portugal A President for all seasons? The Portuguese case Fulco Lanchester, Sapienza University, Rome The Semi-Presidentialism and the Republic of Weimar Tapio Raunio, University of Tampere, Finland Explaining the gradual decline of presidential powers in Finland DISCUSSANTS: Stefano Ceccanti, Francesco Clementi, Gianluca Passarelli 15 APRIL | SECTION 2 (11:30 A.M.2:00 P.M.) SEMI-PRESIDENTIALISM IN EASTERN EUROPE Vt Hlouek, Masaryk University, Czech Republic Is the Czech Republic on her way to semipresidentialism or not? Algis Krupavicius, Kauno T. Universitetas, Lithuania A semi-presidentialism dilemma: presidential accountability vs. free-riding Erik Lastic, Comenius University, Slovakia Office as an Opportunity: Presidents in Slovakia 1993-2013 Oleh Protsyk, University of Flensburg, Denmark Presidents and Cabinets in Post-Communist Countries Anna Gwiazda, King´s College London, UK Semi-presidentialism in Poland, 1989-2011: the analysis of presidential powers Thomas Sedelius, Dalarna University, Sweden EU Policy and Semi-Presidentialism: some Case Comparisons DISCUSSANTS: Nicola Catellani, Nicol Conti, Nicoletta Di Sotto, Mara Morini, Fabio Serricchio, Sorina Soare 15 APRIL SECTION 3 (3:30 P.M. 5:30 P.M.) SEMI-PRESIDENTIALISM ELSEWHERE Lydia Beuman, Dublin City University, Ireland PR-PM Relations: Semi-Presidentialism in Timor-Leste Aleksandr Markarov, Yerevan State University, Armenia Semi-presidentialism in Armenia Sophia Moestrup, National Democratic Institute, Usa Semi-presidentialism: African Innovations Malkhaz Nakashidze, Batumi State University, Georgia Semi-presidentialism in Georgia DISCUSSANTS: Antonino Castaldo, Fortunato, Musella, Gabriele Natalizia, Gianfranco Pasquino, Nino Telia 16 APRIL | SECTION 1 (9:00 A.M.10:30 A.M.) SEMI-PRESIDENTIALISM IN ITALY: POLITICS Marco Damilano, giornalista de lEspresso Stefano Ceccanti, Sapienza University, Rome Oreste Massari, Sapienza, University, Rome Gianfranco Pasquino, Jonhs Hopkins University, Bologna Giorgio Tonini, Senator, Democratic Party, Italy 16 APRIL | SECTION 2 (11:00 A.M.12:30 P.M.) SEMI-PRESIDENTIALISM AND ITALY: THEORY Fulco Lanchester, Sapienza University, Rome Maurizio Cotta, University of Siena, Italy Robert Elgie, Dublin City University, Ireland Piero Ignazi, University of Bologna, Italy Sofia Ventura, University of Bologna, Italy Luca Verzichelli, University of Siena, Italy