JMC holder Prof. Regina Salvador takes part at UCCLA
Speakers included the Prime Minister of Cape Verde, the Mayor of Lisbon and the Portuguese Minister for Foreign Affairs. President of the Portuguese Republic, Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa, closed the conference.
OCEANID invites Dr Fernando González-Laxe
In the framework of the Jean Monnet Chair 'Integrated Maritime Policy and Blue Growth', a conference will be held on 30th May 2019, at 2:30 p.m., at NOVA-FCSH (Amphitheater 2). Dr. Fernando González-Laxe will present 'The European Port Diversity: Analysis of the Different Models and the New Challenges of Governance.'
Dr Laxe is full professor at the Faculty of Economics at University of A Coruña. Between 1988 and 1990 he was President of the Regional Government of Galicia; he has also been the Director General of the Ports of Spain.
This conference closes the 2nd semester of the 2018/19 JM Chair academic year.
The entrance is free.
'The Portuguese Maritime Cluster and the European Governance' - Lecture of Prof. Regina Salvador at the Faculty of Law
Professor Pedro Velez (Faculty of Law, University Nova of Lisbon), invites Prof. Regina Salvador - Jean Monnet Chair holder, for a giving a lecture about the Portuguese maritime cluster and the European Governance. The event is organized in the context of the Open Class about 'The sea and the Portuguese identity'.
It will take place on May 16th, 2019, at 20H00 at the Faculty of Law.
Dr Francesca Savoldi takes part to 'The construction of free ports: political communication, commercial development and administrative control'
JMC team member Dr Francesca Savoldi took part to the the international conference 'The construction of free ports:
political communication, commercial development and administrative control', organized by the Helsinki Centre for Intellectual History together with the University of Venice Cá Foscari.
The conference was aimed to to explore in greater detail how free ports were established, how their functions were constructed, and how the ambition to wield administrative and political control over free ports played out in actual fact.