Jean Monnet Network
Jean Monnet programme aims to foster dialogue between academics, decision-makers and civil society actors around the world.
In 1989, the Jean Monnet programme was launched to support academic research on European integration in its Member States. Thirty years on, the programme continues to fund teaching and research on EU policies and fosters dialogue between academics, decision makers and civil society actors around the world.
Through its Erasmus+ program of competitive grants, the European Commission will be co-funding the Centre and an international research network on trade and investment in services that together bring over one million dollars in funding to the University of Adelaide.
Funded under the EU Erasmus Plus Program, the Jean Monnet Centre for Excellence in Trade and Global Affairs develop and deliver research projects, outreach and curricular activities integrating knowledge on the EU.
The Jean Monnet Network in Trade and Investment in Services Associates (TIISA) will bring together leading academics and key institutions in domestic regulation and global governance of international services trade and investment flows to form a transnational consortium of academics across Europe, Australia and Asia.