The second semester of the Jean Monnet module on Population and Human Capital Policy in the EU has started with a discussion of the role of EU cross-border child benefits in EU Brexit negotiations. This is a topic of relevance not only forEastern countries such as Romania but also for the future of the EU as a whole.
This is an indicative list of dissertation topics I offer for supervision in the academic year 2015-16 for students in the master's degree programmes in international development studies, public policy and institutional management, and European integration and security studies:
The teaching of the Jean Monnet module on population and human capital policy in the EU starts on Monday 13 October from 16.00 to 20.00 in room D2 of the Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi with a series of lectures on Population Policy in the EU.
This course is compulsory for students of the Master in european integration and security studies and optional for any other student. It is also open to the general public. All are welcome.