Miembros Centro de Excelencia Jean Monnet

ceciliotamaritProfesssor of Economics at the University of Valencia (www.uv.es/tamac), where he also is the academic director of the European Documentation Centre. He held a Jean Monnet Chair (1996-2003) and a “ad personam” Jean Monnet Chair in Economic Integration (2013-2016). From 2012-2017 was the Director of the Joint Research Unit in Economic Integration (INTECO). He was also the Chair of the Department of Applied Economics II from 2008 to 2014. He holds a Ph. D. (with special honours) from the University of Valencia-UV (1992) and a M.A. from the College of Europe, Bruges, Belgium (1987).

His main research fields are Macroeconometrics and Economic Integration. He has been Schuman Scholar at the European Parliament in 1988, Visiting Scholar (1992 and 2000) and Visiting Professor (1998) at the School of Economics of the University of Nottingham, Senior Fellow at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania (1996), visiting scholar at the Department of Economics, University of Goettingen (2011, 2013, 2014, 2019) and Harvard University (2015, 2016).  From 1988 to 1992 he was Director of the European Documentation Centre of the University of Valencia and a Research Associate at the Research Department of the Valencian Federation of Saving Banks. In 1993 he served as adviser to the Spanish Prime Minister’s Cabinet. From 1998 to 2003 he has been President of the Spanish Chapter of the International Economics and Finance Society, Chairman of the Economics Committee in the Spanish National Commission for Research Assessment (CNEAI) and from 2010-2014 President of ALdE-Spanish Association of Applied Economics. He has been consultant for the European Commission, H.M. Treasury (UK), CESifo (Germany) and the Spanish Ministry of Economy.

Profile and contact: Cecilio Tamarit

antoniobar

Prof. Dr.Antonio Bar Cendón, is Professor of Constitutional and European Law at the University of Valencia, Spain. He is a renowned Spanish specialist on Constitutional Law – both Spanish and comparative – and on EU law and institutions. He was appointed Jean Monnet professor in 2004 and Jean Monnet professor ‘ad personam’ in 2013.

He has been visiting scholar and guest lecturer in many other universities and academic centres both in Spain and abroad, including Harvard University, USA; University of Cambridge, UK; Institute for European Studies, the Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium; Universiteit Maastricht, The Netherlands; The Hebrew University, Jerusalem; Haifa University; Ben Gurion University, Beer-Sheva, Israel; Universidad de la Habana, Cuba; Chinese National School of Administration, Beijing, China; Texas A&M University, Texas; South Texas College of Law, Houston, Texas, USA; Universidade Federal de Sergipe, Aracaju, Brasil; Universidad del Norte, Barranquilla, and Universidad Externado, Bogotá, Colombia; Universidad de Chile, Universidad Diego Portales, and Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez, Santiago, Chile; Universidad de Concepción, and Universidad de Valparaíso, Chile; Centro Superior de Estudios de la Defensa Nacional, Madrid, Spain; Academia Nacional de Estudios Políticos y Estratégicos, Santiago, Chile.

He has also actively conducted many reach-out activities taking the study of the EU and relating issues further to the University walls. In this vein, he organized training courses for public administration officials and members of the parliaments of Central and Eastern European countries and in the Balkans. As a consultant, he has worked in numerous projects for the Spanish Government, the EU (the European Parliament and the European Commission), and the Council of Europe (International Institute for Democracy), in various European Countries and in the Middle East, dealing with issues such as institutional and capacity building, public administration, constitutional law, and EU law and institutions. In the Middle East, he was a co-director and the legal adviser of the EU project for the assistance to the election and the constitution of the Palestinian Authority and in the relating negotiations with Israel (1994-1996), and he was also a member of the International Advisory Group which assisted the Constitutional Committee of the Iraqi National Assembly on the drafting of the Iraqi Constitution (2005).

Profile and contact: Antonio Bar Cendón

mariamcamareroFull Professor of International and European Economics (2007 to date). Jean Monnet module leader (since 1996) and Jean Monnet Chair (from 2000) in European Economic Integration. Master in European Integration from the College of Europe (1990). Her first teaching post was as an assistant at the University of Valencia in 1990. She moved to the University Jaume I since its creation in 1991 where she was first Lecturer, then Associate Professor and finally Full Professor in 2007.

Her area of expertise is European Economic Integration and Applied Econometrics. Her research activities include more than 40 papers published in international academic journals. She is a member and co-founder of INTECO research group in Economic Integration, created in 1993 as a joint group of researchers from the neighboring universities Jaume I and Valencia. She has been a research project coordinator in many competitive calls from the Spanish Ministry as well as from the Regional authorities. She has also participated in several chapters of a Handbook on European Economics that this year reaches its 7th edition. Concerning public service, she has been Regional Vice-Minister of University and Science in the Valencian Government as well as Secretary General for Universities in the Spanish Government.nment.

Profile and contact: Mariam Camarero

Roberto Viciano

Professor of Constitutional Law (full tenure) at the University of Valencia in Spain. Jean Monnet Chair on Institutions of the EU since 1995, has developed is careear both in Spain and Latinamerica, where it holds an enormous reputation as a constitutional law professor.

He has been involved in the Constitutional reforms of many Latinamerican countries. Founder of the CEPS (Centro de estudios politicos y sociales) a very dynamic EU study group and of the European Union Foundation. Director of the Master program in the European Community Law since 1996 and of the European Polo on EU and the Mediterranean Relations. Visiting professor at the Universities of La Habana and Camagüey (Cuba), Prize ‘X Aniversario de la Constitución’, Member of the Spanish Chapter of the Club of Rome, Member of the Valencian Council of the European Movement, and of the Asociación Española de Ciencia Política y Derecho Constitucional. International observer in the electoral processes of El Salvador, Ecuador, Bolivia, Venezuela and Colombia. Member of the Institute of Human Rights of Valencia.

Santiago IbáñezExpert on customs law and international taxation. University Professor in the Public Finance Law and Taxation Department of the University of ValenciaAdjunct Professor of the University of Canberra (Australia) and Faculty member of the Master of Customs Administration of the University of Münster (Germany). Expert on customs law and international taxation. Professor at the Public Finance Law and Taxation Department of the University of Valencia. Adjunct Professor of the University of Canberra (Australia) and Faculty member of the Master of Customs Administration of the University of Münster (Germany).

Has ample experience in teaching and training in an international environment (in 23 countries). Directs a postgraduate course specialized in customs law (now in its seventh edition). His area of expertise is customs law and he currently directs the Jean Monnet Chair “EU Customs law” awarded by the European Commission. In 2017-2018 he was senior expert at the mid-term evaluation of TAXUD’s “Customs 2020” program. Europeaid, USAID and Europäische Rechtsakademie (ERA) are among the institutions that have relied upon his customs law expertise. Has authored more than sixty publications on customs topics –books, chapters of books and journal articles- including six articles in international journals in English and a total of seventeen international publications. He is founding Member of the Academia Internacional de Derecho Aduanero and contact person in Spain of the International Network of Customs Universities (INCU, an organization with the support of the World Customs Organization). He created and manages the website www.derechoaduanero.com and the LinkedIn group “Derecho aduanero”.

Profile and contact: Santiago Ibáñez

 

Alfredo-Garcia-Prats

Professor of Financial and Tax Law (full tenure since 2010), Jean Monnet Chair ‘EU Tax Law and Policy’ (2015-2018), Chair Holder of the Jean Monnet Centre of Excelence at University of Valencia (2013-2016) and Jean Monnet Chair ‘EU Law and taxation’ (2011-2014). Prof. García Prats has more than 29 years of teaching experience, specializing in EU Tax Law and International Taxation. He has also taught EU Tax Law as a Visiting Professor at Vienna University (Austria), Thomas Jefferson School of Law (US), Bergamo, Bocconi, Torino (Italy), Sorbonne-Pantheon (France), Salamanca, Complutense, Castilla-la-Mancha (Spain).

Advisor of the Tax Committee and the Ad Hoc Group of Experts in Tax Matters of the United Nations since 1995, Senior Legal Counsel at the IMF in 2008, Advisor of the EU Commission on the CCCTB Project for the harmonization of the corporate tax base. Member of the Academic Committee of the European Association of Tax Law Professors representing Spain. Author of more than 30 books and book chapters and 45 articles specifically dealing with EU Tax Law matters. Member of international tax associations, and participant in different research projects on EU Tax Law.

Profile and contacthttps://www.uv.es/alfretax/

 

valentinbouHolder of the Chair on Public International Law and International Relations at the University of Valencia (Spain). Holder of a Jean Monnet Chair. Former academic coordinator of a Jean Monnet Teaching Module. Former Director of the “Adolfo de la Miaja” International Law Institute at the University of Valencia. Organizer of several courses on EU’s Law and Human Rights delivered at the University of Valencia. Teaching and research experience in the fields of Public International Law and EU’s Law since the academic course 1985/1986.

mariatorresPhD. Assistant Professor (credited to Associate Professor) on Public International Law and International Relations at the University of Valencia (Spain) since 2017.

Barrister (Valencia Barristers’ Association, Spain, from 2006 onwards). Associate Professor on Public International Law and International Relations at the Faculty of Law at the University of Valencia (Spain) from 2008-2017. Teaching experience in the field of Public International Law since 2004 and in the field of EU’s Law since 2013. Teaching experience in other optional subjects related to Public International Law (Teaching experience in the field of International Law of Human Rights, International Humanitarian Law, International Environmental Law, International Criminal Law, etc).

Tamar Shuali TrachtenbergProf. Dr. Tamar Shuali Trachtenberg, is an Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Education and Teachers Training, Catholic University of Valencia UCV, she obtained her PhD in Pedagogy and an International Master’s Degree in Peace and Conflict Studies. Her fields of interest are intercultural education, social justice and inclusion, civic education, and European values and citizenship.

She teaches Intercultural Education, International Comparative Education and Inclusive Education. She was a founding member of the International Network for Inclusion in School Systems and at present she is the coordinator of the Ibero-Mediterranean Research Network on Etno-cultural Identities, Education and Public Policy. She was a consultant expert to the Council of Europe and the EU Fundamental Rights Agency (FRA) on Holocaust and Intercultural Education, and to the Regional Government of Valencia (Generalitat) on youth participation. She is the leader of the research group on Citizenship, Cultural Diversity & Education. She is a member of the European Educational Research Association (EERA), of the Sociedad Española de Pedagogía (Spanish Society of Pedagogy), and of the Sociedad Española de Educación Comparada (Spanish Society of Comparative Education).

monica martinezMs. Mónica Martínez López-Sáez is a Research Fellow and Graduate Teaching Assistant at the Department of Constitutional Law and Political Science, University of Valencia. She is also Research collaborator and member of the interdisciplinary group I+D BIOLAW, University of Valencia School of Law (Spain).

She was  Research fellow at the European Institute (Centre for Contemporary Spanish Studies) at the London School of Economics, and Stagiaire at the European Commission (Directorate-General Migration and Home Affairs – Anti-Trafficking Unit –specialization: vulnerable groups). She is currently doing her LL.D. at the Department of Constitutional Law and Political Science, University of Valencia, under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Luis Jimena Quesada.

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