The Hertie School of Governance is an international teaching and research centre of excellence in Berlin, Germany that prepares students for leadership positions in government, business, and civil society. An internationally-recruited faculty, interdisciplinary in outlook, research, and teaching, offers analytically-challenging and practice-oriented courses on governance, policy analysis, management, and leadership and helps students grow intellectually in a professional, research-intensive environment, characterised by public debate and engagement. The School was founded in 2003 as a project of the Hertie Foundation, which remains its major partner.
Mark Dawson is Professor of European Law and Governance, Hertie School of Governance.
Henrik Enderlein is Professor of Political Economy, Hertie School of Governance, and Director, Jacques Delors Institute - Berlin.
Christian Joerges is Senior Professor of Law and Society, Hertie School of Governance, and Co-Director of the Centre of European Law and Politics, University of Bremen.
Introduction, Mark Dawson, Henrik Enderlein, & Christian Joerges Part I: Economic Governance 1. Overview, Henrik Enderlein 2. Making the Euro Strive for the next 100 Years: What Is Needed, and What Is Missing?, Marcel Fratzscher 3. Rebalancing and Completing the European Monetary Union, Loukas Tsoukalis 4. Alternative Blueprints for the Euro Area: Economic and Institutional Issues, Jean Pisani-Ferry Part II: Institutional Transformation through the Euro Crisis 5. Overview, Mark Dawson 6. Banking on Union: EU Governance Between Risk and Uncertainty, Michelle Everson 7. Emerging from the Euro Crisis: The Institutional Dilemmas of a Political Union, Sergio Fabbrini 8. The Role of Courts in the Wake of the Euro Crisis, Alicia Hinajeros Part III: Legitimacy Problems and Normative Perspectives 9. Overview, Christian Joerges 10. Paradoxical Europe: The Euro Crisis and Its (Own Internal) Dynamics, Maurizio Bach 11. The Inter-Democratic Deficit of the European Union, Daniel Innerarity 12. Political Legitimacy, Credible Commitment, and Euro Governance, Albert Weale Part IV Governance Indicators 13. Inequality in Economic Perceptions within and between EU Member Countries, Liam F. McGrath