Conference Programme
19.00 – 21.00 Formal reception for guests and participants in the conference
(Banquet Hall, Palace of the Assembly of Serbia)
– Prof. Milan Podunavac, Dean of the Faculty of Political Sciences
– Boris Tadić, President of the Republic of Serbia
– Prof. Branko Kovačević, Rector of the University of Belgrade
– Prof. Michael Cox, Chair of the European Consortium for Political Research
(FPS, room 1)
9.00 – 9.30 Registration of participants
9.30 – 10.00 Introductory speech
Milan Podunavac: State and democracy
(Faculty of Political Sciences, Belgrade)
10.00 – 12.00 Ulrich Preuss: Constitutionalism and democracy (Hertie School of Governance)
Vojislav Stanovčić: Constitutionalism and democracy: regional perspective (Faculty of
Political Sciences, Belgrade)
Thomas Fleiner: Government of the people, by the people, for the people (The Gettysburg
Address of Abraham Lincoln), (Institute of Federalism)
Margaret Blunden: Democracy, security and the small European state
(University of Westminster)
Fulco Lanchester: Contemporary State and the Transformations of Representation in
Political Field (La Sapienza)
Nenad Dimitrijević: Universal values in a post-criminal context: constitutional morality
for a valueless society (CEU)
12.00 – 12.15 Coffee break
12.15 – 14.00 Vučina Vasović: Globalization, state and democracy
(Faculty of Political Sciences, Belgrade)
Ivan Prpić: Ivan Prpić: Is postmodern theory of democracy possible
(Faculty of Political Science, Zagreb)
Chris Sparks: Civility and Barbarism at the edge of the European Union: weak polities,
neoliberalism and capitalist economics (Institute of Technology Sligo)
Lee Becker: Market Forces, Media Assistance and Democratization
(University of Georgia)
Danica Fink-Hafner: Plural state/democracy relationships in the context of the last wave of
globalization (Faculty of Social Sciences, Ljubljana)
Dragutin Lalović: Democracy as a community of citizens – against state and civil society
(Faculty of Political Sciences, Zagreb)
Tonči Kursar: Globalization and/or state: controversy of Rosenberg’s critique of
globalization theory (Faculty of Political Science, Zagreb)
14.00 – 15.00 Lunch in the Faculty’s restaurant
15.00 – 16.30 Đorđe Pavićević: Political past and political identity
(Faculty of Political Sciences, Belgrade)
Berto Šalaj: Social capital and democracy (Faculty of Political Science, Zagreb)
Mijat Damjanović: Discourses on democracy
Pavlović: State, democracy and public choice
(Faculty of Political Sciences, Belgrade)
Miodrag Jovanović: Is there democracy without state – the case of the EU
(Faculty of Law, Belgrade)
Slaviša Orlović: Challenges of representative democracy
(Faculty of Political Sciences, Belgrade)
Ljubomir Madžar: Social limitations in institutional development
(The Institute of Strategic Studies and Development of “Braća Karić”
University Belgrade)
16.30 – 16.45 Coffee break
16.45 – 18.00 Discussion
19.00 – Dinner

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