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Brief Presentation of our Institute

 

Members of our Institute

The Institute for Euroregional Studies Oradea-Debrecen was named in 2005 trough the Jean Monnet project no C05/0015 of the Jean Monnet Action as a “Jean  Monnet Center of Excellence”

Since January 2008, IERS became legal entity registered at the University of Oradea, str Universitatii, no , Tax Code Ro24216932 with the name:

The Asociation of Institute for Euroregional Studies (IERS) "Jean Monnet" European Center of Excellence

 

IERS Founders

  • Contact: Prof. Ioan HORGA Phd, University of Oradea, President of the Institute for Euroregional Studies, Universitatii st. no. 1., 410054-Oradea, Romania

  • Tel: +40. 259.408.460; Tel/fax. +40.259.467.642

  • Web site: www.iser.rdsor.ro

  • e-mail: ihorga@uoradea.ro

  • University of Debrecen Department of Social Geography and Regional Development Planning, Faculty of Law, Module "Jean Monnet" in Community Law, Faculty of Economics

  • Contact: Prof. István SULI-ZAKAR PhD, Department of Social Geography and Regional Development Planning, University of Debrecen

  • H-4010 Debrecen, P.O.B. 9, Hungary

  • Tel/fax: +36.52.319.008

  • Web site: www.unideb.hu

  • e-mail: sulizi@tigris.klte.hu

Borders, Cross-border Cooperation, Security and the Regionalism

IERS main fields

  • Historic and Demographic Regional Bases: Testimonials on the Border Area Identity; Cultural Heritage and the Border Area Identity; Mentalities in the Regional Area; Demographical Heritage and the Border Area Identity

  • Administrative and Geographical Bases: Euroregions Expressions of Subsidiarity; Cross-border Cooperation from the Perspective of Community Law; The Issue of Good Governance in a Borderless Europe; Public Services in Cross-border Area; Freedom of Movement in Crossborder Area

  • The Economic Issue of Euroregional Cooperation: Mechanisms for Cross-border Communication; SMEs and Cross-border Cooperation; Business Management in Cross-border Area

  • Borderless Europe, New Identity Forms: Media and Their Voice in a Borderless Europe; The Church and Their Voice in a Borderless Europe; The Family and Their Voice in a Borderless Europe; The Civil Society and Their Voice in a Borderless Europe; New Behaviour Forms in the Border Area, Security on the Eastern European Borders, European Neighbourhood Policy and Eastern Partnership, Black See Sinergy.

 
 
   
       
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