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European Integration Conference
September 30, 2011   
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“The European integration process in new regional and global settings” is the name of a conference being organized by The Warsaw School of Economics, in cooperation with the University of Gdańsk, the Management Faculty of the University of Warsaw, and the Polish National Contact Point for EU Research Programs, at Warsaw’s Marriott Hotel Oct. 19-20.

The conference focuses on topics considered to be essential for the single market under the new conditions defined by globalization, technological and demographic change, new political and economic relations in the world, environmental change, the scarcity of resources, and political uncertainty. The conference will be attended by experts on European integration and intellectual capital, including officials from the European Commission, institutions of higher education, businesses, central and local government administrations, think tanks and European NGOs.

The conference has two main goals: to propose recommendations for different targets formulated in the Europe 2020 Strategy, and to suggest research topics crucial for strengthening the integration process in the EU in various aspects.The conference will raise important issues such as:

- social challenges faced by the integration process in the EU from the perspective of intellectual capital,
- financial stability after the crisis,
- the security of the European Union in terms of energy policy, - efforts to reduce regional development disparities in the EU: a new financial perspective for the 2014-2020 period.

Keynote speakers and panelists will include Prof. Marek Belka of the National Bank of Poland; Dr. Stanisław Kluza, Polish Financial Supervision Authority; Prof. Danuta Hübner, European Parliament; Prof. Mario Monti, Bocconi University; Prof. László Csaba, Central European University, Budapest; Paweł ¦wieboda, demosEuropa; Prof. Dariusz Rosati, Warsaw School of Economics; and Prof. Marek Góra, Warsaw School of Economics.

The conference is part of the Polish presidency of the Council of the European Union and will be held under the auspices of the representative office of the European Commission in Poland, the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Ministry of Economy, and the European Parliament.

More information and a detailed agenda of the conference available at: www.euintegratio.eu
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