Chairman of the EATLP Academic Committee
Prof. dr. Peter Essers, Tilburg University, The Netherlands

 

Country

Member

Deputy Member

Austria 

Tina Ehrke-Rabel [Graz]

Sabine Kirchmayr [Vienna]

 

Belgium 

Marc Bourgeois [Liège]

Bart Peeters [Gent]

 

Czech Republic 

Danuše Nerudová [Brno]

Michal Radvan [Brno - Masaryk University]

 

Denmark 

Jakob Bundgaard [Aarhus]

Jane Bolander [Copenhagen]

 

Finland 

Marjaana Helminen [Helsinki]

Juha Lindgren [Vaasa]

 

France 

Alexandre Maitrot de la Motte [Paris - Est Creteil University]

Ludovic Ayrault [Paris - I Panthéon-Sorbonne University]

 

Germany 

Ekkehart Reimer [Heidelberg]

Klaus-Dieter Drüen [Munich]

 

Greece 

Theodore Fortsakis [Athens]

Eleni Theocharopoulou [Komotini]

 

Hungary 

Simon István [Budapest - Eotvos Lorand University]

Vacancy

 

Ireland

Gerardine Doyle [Dublin]

Vacancy

 

Italy 

Pietro Selicato [Rome]

Giuseppe Zizzo [Castellanza]

 

Luxembourg 

Werner Haslehner [Luxembourg]

Alain Steichen [Luxembourg]

 

Netherlands

Henk Vording  [Leiden]

Sigrid Hemels [Rotterdam]

 

Norway 

Eivind Furuseth [Oslo - Norwegian Business School]

Vacancy

 

Poland 

Jan Gluchowski [Copernicus]

Adam Marianski [Łódź]

 

Portugal 

Paula Rosado Pereira [Lisboa]

João Sérgio Ribeiro [Minho]

 

Russia

Marina Ivlieva [Moscow]

Natalya Sheveleva [St. Petersburg]

 

Spain 

José Manuel Calderón Carrero [Coruña] 

Vacancy

 

Sweden 

Eleonor Kristoffersson [Örebro]

Stefan Olsson [Karlstads]

 

Switzerland 

Pierre-Marie Glauser [Lausanne]

René Matteotti [Zurich]

 

Turkey 

Funda Basaran Yavaslar [Istanbul]

Leyla Ates [Istanbul - Kemerburgaz University]

 

United Kingdom

Sandra Eden [Edinburgh]

Rita de la Feria [Leeds]

 

Rules        

1.  The deputy member should not be from the same university as the member (unless of course there is only one university).  

2.  In principle, a member can serve for 3 years plus, if re-elected, another 3 years.  After expiration of his/her AC-membership the person concerned should not immediately become deputy member unless there are no other eligible members in the country concerned.    

3.  Members who repeatedly cannot attend AC-meetings should consider giving up their AC-seat.    

4.  Deputy members should be selected by the EATLP members of the country concerned. This could be done through a formal election (to be organized by those EATLP members or by the chair of the AC) or by consensus among all members; it should not be done by the member concerned through co-optation.  

5.  If a member/deputy member is employed at a university, which is not in his country of origin, it is the country in which the university is situated that is crucial for AC membership.