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Interdisciplinary perspectives on European public action


Presentation

 

Europeanizing mobility: for an antecedent-based multidisciplinary approach of circulation European mobility occupies a central place in the measures of the European Union guided by law (European law on freedom of movement, European transport law, etc.). For a jurist, the analysis can be initiated by the rule of law. It can also be decided to explore an antecedent-based and multidisciplinary approach to circulation. The antecedent-based approach seeks to question the preconceived notions, presuppositions, prejudices (etc.) that pre-exist any legal intervention. This approach is deliberately multidisciplinary, since it is a matter of bringing together the disciplines in their respective ways of approaching a given object. A return to law is always necessary, but is greatly enhanced by this type of anticipatory pluridisciplinary analysis.

Workshop in French with simultaneous translation in English

 

Program

 

Wednesday June 2, 2021

 

CAPSE Workshop

CAPSE (pour une Culture commune de l’Action Publique Sociale Européenne)

 

14h00 : Opening address

14h15 : European Union Government Revisited : contribution of the sociological approach

Keynote speaker : Andy Smith

Andy Smith is Director of Research at the Fondation Nationale des Sciences Politiques and works in the Emile Durkheim Centre of the School of Political Science in Bordeaux. A political scientist, he is a specialist in European integration and political economy. His publications include “Le gouvernement de l'Union européenne : une sociologie politique", "The Politics of Economic Activity" and, most recently, "Made in France : Societal Structures and Political Work" (2021)

Since the mid-1990s, thanks to the widespread use of the sociological approach within the social sciences and this discipline’s investment in the study of the European Union (EU), knowledge about what governs the latter has continued to grow. More precisely, research conducted from this double perspective has generated data and fine-tuned analyses leading to in-depth explanations of differentiated institutionalisation within the EU, its numerous challenges with regard to legitimization, and also its multiple socio-economic effects. The first objective of this presentation is to synthesize the contribution of such research findings, while pointing out the added value of the theoretical and methodological sources from which they derive. Its second, more programme-oriented, objective is to encourage ongoing and future research on the EU to address even more squarely the changes in theway it has been governed since the mid-1990s. In short, the hypothesis that will be put forward is as follows : the combined effects of the economic policy orientations adopted just after the ratification of the Maastricht Treaty, and then again at the time of opening up to the East, have largely deprived the EU of its interventionist political apparatus. Since that time, the liberal elements of its elites have been able to take advantage of the vacuum created to promote their political project, while theircentre-left opponents, having failed to reinvent interventionism on a European scale, continue to play it by ear. This hypothesis will be supported by successively revisiting the way the EU governs itself around the common market, the policies it shares with the member states (defence and the environment), and two areas without a formalized community policy : sport and culture

15h45 : Break

 

Plenary session "sport/culture"

Moderator : Marine Delasalle

16h00 : European public action in culture, the stakes of the game in scale and space
Anne-Laure Riotte, University of Panthéon Assas

Sport, a new playground of European public action ? The example of professional basketball from the 1950s to today
François Doppler and William Gasparini, University of Strasbourg

From official circuits to budgetary tinkering : the financing of European cultural action in France and Slovakia
Thomas Hélie, Katarína Vitálišová, Kamila Borseková, Fabrice Thuriot, Anna Vanová, Universities of Reims-France and Banska Bystrica-Slovakia

17h30 : End

 

Thursday June 3, 2021

 

CAPSE Workshop

 

9h00 : Understanding the substance of public spending in the light of Musgrave

Keynote speaker : Jean-Marc Daniel

Jean-Marc Daniel is a graduate of the Ecole Polytechnique (1974/1977), the ENSAE (1977/1979) and the IEP Paris (1977/1979). After graduating, he joined public administration, working in an administrative capacity at the INSEE (National Institute of Statistics). He has alternated between positions in government administration (INSEE, Budget Directorate, Ministry of Foreign Affairs), ministerial cabinets (Ministry of Culture, Ministry of Foreign Affairs) and positions as an economist and teacher. He is currently Professor Emeritus of Economics at ESCP Business School. He is also an editorial columnist for the newspaper "Les Echos" and for the morning show on the radio station BFM business. Main publications : "La valse folle de Jupiter" Editions de l'Archipel, "Huit leçons d'histoire économique" (Eight lessons in economic history), "l'Etat de connivence" (The state of connivance) and "Trois controverses de la pensée économique" (Three controversies in economic thought) published by Odile Jacob, "Le gâchis français" (The French wastage) and "Impôts, histoire d'une folie française" (Taxes, history of a French folly) published by Tallandier, "Histoire vivante de la pensée économique" (A living history of economic thought) published by Pearson

In accordance with the TSCG, government deficits should be interpreted as the sum of a short-term deficit, corresponding to the evolution of the cycle, and a structural deficit, corresponding to the objective and long-term deterioration of the situation of public finances. The aim of fiscal policy is to maintain the structural balance of public finance, in other words to ensure that the structural deficit is zero. We must accept that there is a necessary deficit, the cyclical deficit, and a deficit to be eliminated, the structural deficit. On the other hand, the distinction between a healthy debt, one which finances investments, and a less healthy one, which finances operating expenditure, makes no sense. This conception ignores the very substance of public spending. It assumes that investment spending prepares the future while operating expenditure sacrifices it. Yet it can easily be seen that the salary of a researcher who prepares for future growth corresponds to operating costs, whereas the construction of a bridge over a road leading nowhere is counted as an investment. The state has an economic role that has been described by the American economist Richard Musgrave. The state must address the social expectations of the population in terms of income distribution ; manage externalities ; and regulate growth by smoothing the consequences of the business cycle. European rules and practices must be based on the adoption of Musgrave's theses.

10h30 : Break

 

Plenary session "governance”

Moderator : Laurent Bach

11h00 : Governing agriculture in the outermost regions of France : political sociology of European governance of the sugarcane-rum sector
Thibault Joltreau, University of Bordeaux

European schools
Vincent Lebrou, University of Franche-Comté

'Invisible' vectors of Europeanization: The 'invisible' vectors of Europeanization : the case of technical usage by the European Union in e-health policies in France, Austria and Ireland
Chloé Berut, University of Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines

 

12h30 : Lunch Break

 

13h30 : Europeanizing mobility: for an antecedent-based multidisciplinary approach of circulation

Keynote speaker : Jean-Sylvestre Bergé

Jean-Sylvestre Bergé is Professor of Law at the University of Côte d'Azur (UNS -UCA), senior member of the Institut Universitaire de France (IUF, 2016-2021). As a member of the Research Group in Law, Economics and Management (GREDEG -UMR CNRS n° 7321) and co-director of the European University Network ‘Droit de l'Espace de Liberté -Sécurité -Justice (GDR 3452)’, he heads the international and multidisciplinary research programme IFITIS (IUF -2016-2021). He is editor of the "Séquences" collection at Editions Dalloz. Since the beginning of his career, his research topics have included the Europeanization of law, the interactions between international and European law, the methods of application oflaw in a global context, and the multidisciplinary and comparative approach to complex circulation phenomena...

European mobility occupies a central place in the measures of the European Union guided by law (European law on freedom of movement, European transport law, etc.). For a jurist, the analysis can be initiated by the rule of law. It can also be decided to explore an antecedent-based and multidisciplinary approach to circulation. The antecedent-based approach seeks to question the preconceived notions, presuppositions, prejudices (etc.) that pre-exist any legal intervention. This approach is deliberately multidisciplinary, since it is a matter of bringing together the disciplines in their respective ways of approaching a given object. A return to law is always necessary, but is greatly enhanced by this type of anticipatory pluridisciplinary analysis.

15h00 : Break

 

Plenary session "employment"

Moderator : Mélanie Schmitt

15h15 : European social dialogue in the face of Better Regulation : report and analysis of bureaucratic domination
Louis Julien, University of Strasbourg

European Digital Strategy between upskilling and reskilling
Carlo Valenti, University of Verona, Italy

Strategies of resistance or extension of a European reform "after the battle". Revision of the guidelines on the posting of workers
Sébastien Michon, Marco Rocca, University of Strasbourg
and Pierre-Edouard Weill, University of Bretagne Occidentale

16h45 : Closing remarks

17h00 : End

 

Friday 4 June 2021

 

ITIMAKErS kick off meeting

(9h00-13h00)

 

 

Connexion link : https://zoom.us/j/99035258441?pwd=Y0VYOXhFU1lLSDl4Vnd2TVlvTktrdz09



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