Professor Amtenbrink at the EU Studies Institute in Tokyo to speak on Euro crisis
Fabian Amtenbrink, Professor of European Union law at the Erasmus School of Law, Visiting Professor at the College of Europe and Scientific Director of the European Research Centre for Economic and Financial Governance (EURO-CEFG), has been invited by the EU Studies Institute in Tokyo (EUSI) to share and debate his views on the legal implications of the Euro crisis.
EUSI, which is the Japanese centre for academic education, research and outreach activities on EU related issues, has been set up by a consortium consisting of three universities in Tokyo: Hitotsubashi University, Keio University and Tsuda College.
Professor Amtenbrink will speak at the EUSI Symposium “Economic Monetary Union (EMU) and Legal Issues” on the topic “The Constitutional Implications of the Financial Rescue Packages in the European Sovereign Debt Crisis”.
Moreover, he is the main speaker at the EUSI Workshop “Compliance and Enforcement in European Economic and Monetary Union – Towards a More Effective System after the Crisis?”.
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