the Jean Monnet Project, the European Commission supports
university initiatives aimed at creating teaching activities in European
integration. Launched in 1990 at the specific request of the academic world,
Monnet Project aims to promote teaching in European integration, in
particular in Law, Economics, Political Science and History - the disciplines
where European Union developments are becoming an increasingly important part
of the subject studied and where student demand is at its greatest.
The Jean Monnet Program Internet Activities
Jean Monnet Program pages include the Jean Monnet
Working Papers with the European Research
Papers Archive (ERPA - a common access point for high quality papers in the
area of European integration research), teaching materials in
European Law and Institutions, the
Law of Regional Economic Integration in the American
Hemisphere and the Law of World Trade, the
World Wide European Integration Events
Calendar and the European Integration Current
Contents (Table of Contents Awareness Service) pages. The
European Journal of International Law and
the European Foreign Policy Bulletin
online are also part of the Academy of European Law online.
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Monnet Center Team
site was created and
managed by Jonathan Katchen. For
some time the site
was also managed by Sieglinde
Schreiner-Linford, who started online publication of the Harvard
Jean Monnet Working Paper
Series in January 1996.
Hyung-Yoon Choi managed
the site until 2004.
Charlie Pike manages