The Bologna Process: Just Bologna? Recent Developments in European Higher Education

Presented by The Weissman School of Arts and Sciences and The Weissman Center for International Business

Tuesday, April 27th
3:30 – 5:00 PM
NVC 8-210

Universite Paris Quest Nanterre La Defense logoAnne-Emmanuelle Deysine is a professor at the Université Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense (Paris X), where she is Director of the Master’s Program in International Business and Cross Cultural Negotiation. She is a graduate of the Paris Institut d'Etudes Politiques, and received her Juris Doctor and her PhD from the University of Paris. Professor Deysine created and co-directs a summer program in comparative law in cooperation with Golden Gate University Law School in San Francisco. From 1998 to 2003 she served as Vice President for International Relations at Paris X, and since 2002 has been President of the US/French Consortium of Academic Cooperation, MICEFA.

Professor Deysine has taught at various European and US institutions and works with the National Democratic Institute in Washington DC on a regular basis. She is a frequent guest on various French radio and television networks, such as Europe 1, RFI, LCI (a 24 hour French network), France 5, LCP (the equivalent of C-Span), France 24 (in French and English). Professor Deysine has written extensively on subjects such as comparative political and legal systems, lobbying in the US and the EU, international business transactions, drafting and negotiating international contracts as well as cross-cultural communication and negotiation.

Her publications include Doing Business in the United States (Réussir sur le marché américain: de l'exportation à l'implantation), with Catherine Teule-Martin (Jupiter, Paris, 1989); International Business Strategies (S'internationaliser), with Jacques Duboin (Dalloz, 1995); and The Justice System in the United States (QSJ, 1996).  Her latest book is Les Etats-Unis aujourd’hui: permanence et changements (La documentation française, 2006). The second edition is scheduled for the Fall of 2010.

She is currently working on Strategies of Influence: The Legal Environment of International Business and International Contract Drafting.

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