Fellows for the
Academic Year 2004-2005:
- Emile Noel Fellows -
Sanem Baykal (Turkey),
Assistant Professor, Ankara University Law School, Department of EU Law;
Research Project: "Democracy, Legitimacy and Efficiency: Does The Draft
Constitutional Treaty of The EU Get It Right"
Chan-Mo Chung (Korea), Research Fellow, Korea Information Strategy Development Institute; Research Project: "Toward Information and Telecommunications Market Integration in Eastern Asia: Lessons from the EU, NAFTA and WTO"
Marco Dani (Italy),
Research Associate, Department of Legal Sciences, University of Trento;
Research Project: "Economic Constitutional Identities (ECIs) in the European
Constitutional Space: Conflict, Assimilation, Integration."
(USA), Executive Director, Jean Monnet Center
(Italy), Lecturer, University of Trento, School of Law and
University of Siena, School of Literature and Philosophy; Research Project:
"The National Treatment Principle as the Fundamental Norm in the Regulation of
International Trade: Is it Time to Move On?"
Theodor Schilling (Germany/Luxembourg),
Lawyer-Reviser, Court of Justice of the EC, Extraordinary Professor, Humboldt
University; Research Project: "Constitutionalization of International Law- An
Answer to Globalization"
(Belgium), Ph.D candidate, European University Institute; Research
Project: "The Legal Status of European Initiatives in the Field of
E-Government: Electronic Identity Management, Open Source Software and the EU
Charter's Right to Good Administration"
Amanda Sloat (USA),
Research Fellow, Queen's University Belfast; Research Project: "Enlargement,
Gender Governance: The Civic and Political Participation of Women in Central
and Eastern European Candidate Countries"
- Visiting Doctoral Researchers -
Rafael Leal Arcas (Spain),
Ph.D candidate, European University Institute; Research Project: "WTO
Negotiations on Trade in Services in the Doha Development Agenda:
What are the Legal Implications Thereof for the EC and What
are the Consequences of the Nice Treaty Reform"
Alan Tzvika Nissel (USA), Visiting Doctoral Researcher/Academic Assistant, Jean Monnet Center and Hauser Global Law School Program
Michael Wilkinson (UK), EU-US Fulbright Research Scholar; Research Project: "The Idea of Post-National Constitutionalism"