2011

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Comparing the Icelandic and the Irish Model. Lecture held at a conference, The Nordic Models: Resilience in Changing times organized by the TASC, Croke Park, 17 November, 2011.

Plenum-lecture: Regional integration as a resources or challenge: The Nordic/Baltic case. Lecture held at a seminar organized by the Institute of International Affairs and Centre for Small State Studies, University of Iceland, 18. November, 2011.

Comparing the Icelandic and the Irish Model, with Peadar Kirby (University of Limerick). Lecture held at the TASC conference Nordic Models, in partnership with the Danish, Norwegian and Finnish Embassies in Ireland, Dublin, 17 November 2011.

The Economic Crash in Estonia and Iceland: The Neo-Liberal Agenda, Lack of Corporatism and Political Consequenceswith Rainer  Kattel. Lecture held at the European Consoritium for Political Research (ECPR), Reykjavik, 27 August 2011.

The Icelandic economic collapse: Incompetence or the small size? Keynote lecture held at the Roundtable – Small States and the Global Economic Crisis. European Consoritium for Political Research (ECPR), Reykjavik, 26 August 2011.

Katzenstein’s corporatist model and its value in understanding small European states in the neo-liberal would of the 21st century: The case of IcelandLecture held at the 18th International Conference of Europeanists, Barcelona, 20-22 June 2011.

How do small states work within the decision-making processes of the EU?Lecture held at the conference: Croatia at the doorstep of the EU – The role of Croatia as a new EU member state. The Trans European Policy Studies Association (TEPSA), Brussels, 15 June 2011.

Small States and the Economic Crisis: Does European Union Membership Matter? Lecture held at a research seminar on European Integration at the  Centre d’Études Européennes, Sciences Po, Paris, 6 June 2011.

Small States and the Economic Crisis: Does European Union membership matter? Lecture held at the Faculty of Political Science, Maria Curie-Sklodowska, Lublin, Poland, 31 May 2011.

Iceland‘s Foreign Policy in the Post War Period. Lecture held in Maitre de lange, Sorbonne-Paris 4, Malesherbes, France, 14 March 2011.

Background of Iceland’s relations with the EULecture held at the European Policy Centre, Workshop – Iceland on the road to the EU, Brussels, 11 February 2011.

The general framework of EU-Iceland relations and the public debate on EU membership in Iceland. Speech held before the Committee on Foreign Affairs at the European Parliament in Brussels, Workshop – Iceland in the EU: Challenges and Prospects, 13 January 2011.