22 Kasım 2016 Salı



26 November 02 December 2016

Ludwigsburg, Germany


Saturday, 26 November 2016
10:30 Arrival in Stuttgart
13:30 Stuttgart and Esslingen Tour

Sunday, 27 November 2016
Free Day Study for presentations.

Monday, 28 November 2016
10.00 Welcome Speech: Rector Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Ernst and Vice-Rector Prof. Dr. Gerald Sander
10:30 Introduction of Ankara University, Faculty of Political Science: Zerrin Dağcı 11.00 Campus tour with Prof. Stefan Faiß

12.00 Lunch Break

Session I: 14:00 16:00
The Legal, Fiscal and the Institutional Structure of the European Union 
Moderator: Dr. Osman Tezgel
Christopher Müller, The classicEuropean institutions: European Court of Justice, European Parliament, Council of Ministers, European Commission and European Court of Justice: structure, functions and procedures
Natalie Haas, The legislative process in the EU under the Lisbon Treaty 
Maria Holzner, EU - Financial and Budget Constitutions
Theresa Laile, The Council of Europe
Sven Behle, The “exotic” European institutions of the EU: European Investment Bank (EIB), European Central Bank (ECB), Transport of hazardous goods within the EU (ADR); European Economic and Social ommittee (EWSA), European Court of Auditors (ERH): structure, functions and procedures

Discussion: 15:30 16:00 

16.00 Coffee Break

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Session II: 16:30 18:00
Inequality, Political Problems and the Economic Crisis in the European Union 
Moderator: Prof. Dr. Stefan Faiß
Berk Orkun İsa, Prospects of The New Industrial Revolution for Europe: Possible Effects of Industrial Revolution and an Alternative Approach to Inequality Problem.
Marie Messner The role of the European Central Bank in the current crisis significance of the European Financial Stability Facility (ESFS) and European Stability Mechanism (ESB)
Cansu Tekin, As a Tool of Political and Economic Struggle; Housing Question in Germany and Turkey: A Comparative Analysis

Discussion: 17:30 18:00

18.00 Meet and Greet with the German students from HVF Ludwigsburg organized by the studentsrepresentatives

Tuesday, 29 November 2016

Session III: 10:00 12:30
The Common Issue for Turkey, Germany and the EU: Refugee Crisis 
Moderator: Prof. Dr. Jörg Dürrschmidt
Dr. Nuri Yesilyurt, Syrian Crisis and the Future of Turkish Foreign Policy
Elif Tahmiscioglu, EU-Turkey Relations in The Context of the European Union’s Securitized
Irregular Migration Policy and Turkey as a Transit Country
Aini Putri Wulandari, Refugee Crisis in Turkey and Europe: Prioritizing the Solution and its Implementations
Silke Hils, Strategies of local Integration the case of employment programs for recognized refugees in Stuttgart
Victoria Ziehr, Protection of fundamental rights by the EU (significance for the European political strategies regarding asylum seekers and refugees)

Discussion: 12:00 12:30 

12.30 Lunch Break
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Session IV: 13:30 15:30
Comparative Analysis on Turkey and EU Relations 
Moderator: Prof. Dr. Çınar Özen
Levent Demirelli, Liberalization and Privatization of the Rail in Turkey: a Comparison with the Railway Packages of European Union
Buket Ökten, Shifting from Europeanisation to de-Europeanisation in Turkey, AKP’s Changing EU Policy
Edo Kanlic, Complexity of Turkish and EU Relations: Partnership for Future or Interest-Driven Relation
Ulucan Öztürk, Freedom of Expression on the Edge of Hate Speech - a Comparative Analysis of Turkish and German Media Discourses Concerning Refugees
Markus Eichhorn, The instrument of Pre- Accession Assistance (IPA) Stabilizer for the complex relationship between the EU and the Republic of Turkey

Discussion: 15:00 15:30

Wednesday, 30 November 2016

Session V: 10:00 – 11:00
Moderator: Dr. Nuri Yeşilyurt

Prof. Dr. Çınar Özen, Reconsidering Turkey - EU Relations: New Foundations for Post-
Transatlantic Order Discussion: 10:30 11:00 

11.00 Coffee Break

Session VI: 11:30 - 13:00

EU Turkey Relations: Future Perspectives 

Moderator: Dr. Başak Bak
Sebastian Fiebelkorn, Europe’s future – the Lisbon Treaty as a “European Constitution” 
Paul Wiethölter, Turkish entry into the EU Political and Legal situation
Philip Kohlhaas, Brexit – and what’s next?

Discussion: 12:30 13:00

13.00 Lunch Break

14.00 Discussion with German politicians about the perspective of the Turkish entry into the European Union (Paul Simon aus Mannheim)

Thursday, 1 December 2016
09.00 Trip to Strasbourg followed by a guided tour of the European Parliament Guided Tour through Strasbourg

Friday, 2 December 2016
DepartureEnd of the study trip 

Organizing Committee (Coordinators):

Ludwigsburg University of Applied Sciences
Prof. Dr. Stefan Faiß
Prof. Dr. Jörg Dürrschmidt
Dorothee Staiger

Ankara University
Dr. Osman Tezgel 
Dr. Başak Bak
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