University of Latvia, Riga, Latvia
Tatjana Muravska is Professor of Regional and European integration studies at the University of Latvia (LU). Since the early 1990s, she has been involved in the process of designing and teaching courses in European Studies at LU, and has been a visiting professor at partner universities in Europe, Canada and India. She has held fellowships in a number of academic institutions in the EU and Canada. Since 2000, she has been Director of the Centre for European and Transition Studies, European Studies Master Programme, Doctoral School for European Integration and Baltic Sea Region Studies, academic coordinator of the Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence, and Jean Monnet Chair ad personam at LU, as well as the former President of Latvian European Community Studies Association. She has been involved in EU, World Bank, UNDP, and CIDA research projects.
Her research covers economic, social, and regional policy issues in the EU and New Member States with a special focus on EU structural funds implementation and energy policy in the EU and Baltic States.
Dates of the visit:
March 1-22, 2016
Contribution to University activities:
- Lecture, “Towards a New European Neighbourhood Policy: What are the Benefits of the DCFTAs for Shared Security and Prosperity?” Carleton University, March 8, 2016.
- CETD Conference Presentation, “EU Newer Member States: Monetary Integration Maturity,” Canada and Europe: Converging or Diverging Responses to International and Domestic Challenges? Carleton University, March 10-11, 2016.
- Lightning Policy Brief Series contribution, “EU Newer Member States: Monetary Integration Maturity,” prepared for the CETD Conference.
- Guest speaker, EURR 4003/5003: Social and Political Perspectives in Europe, Carleton University, March 15, 2016.
- Guest speaker, EURR 2002: Europe and Russia in the World, Carleton University, March 16, 2016.
- Interview with CES, March 16, 2016. Videos: Part 1, Part 2.