University of Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne

Beligh Nabli

University of Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne
Post-doc Researcher

Beligh Nabli is a Senior Lecturer in Public Law at the University of Paris XII. His Ph.D thesis “L’exercice des fonctions d’Etat membre de l’Union européenne » (December 2005, European University Institute, Florence), was published in 2007 (Dalloz, 667 p.). Beligh has an LL.M. (D.E.A.) in Public Law and a LL.M. (D.E.S.S.) in European Law of the University of Paris I (Panthéon-Sorbonne). He also has a graduate diploma of the Institute of International Studies at the University Paris II (Panthéon-Assas).

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Beligh Nabli La gouvernance économique européenne


The severe crisis in the euro area in the first half of 2010 has raised concerns about the sustainability of the euro area and the future of the single currency. This crisis has economic causes, in particular a considerable level of indebtedness and widening competitiveness gaps within the (...)

Beligh Nabli “Directive services”: À six mois de l’échéance


On 17 June 2009, Senator Jean Bizet presented his report to the European Affairs Committee of the Senate on the state of transposition of Directive 2006/123/EC of 12 December 2006 on services in the internal market (hereinafter "the Directive"). The transposition of this directive, "not like (...)

Beligh Nabli Énergie : Quelle stratégie pour l’Union européenne?


French parliamentarians are particularly attentive to developments in the national and European energy sector. This mobilisation reflects an awareness of the political and economic stakes involved in energy independence and security. The report presented by Mr André Schneider and Mr Philippe (...)

Beligh Nabli L’Europe face à la crise financière


The financial crisis that began in August 2007 was very late in mobilizing international leaders. At the time when the crisis was reaching its climax, after the collapse of Lehman Brothers, the very effective reaction of European countries, under the French Presidency, and of the European (...)

Beligh Nabli Les fonds souverains, révélateurs de nos propres faiblesses


In the current context of the international financial crisis, it is interesting to note the way in which the national representation approaches the strategic and complex phenomenon of sovereign wealth funds. These new players in the international financial markets have asserted themselves over (...)

Beligh Nabli Le troisième paquet de libéralisation du marché de l’énergie


The "third energy package", presented by the European Commission in September 2007 (see No. 4-2007Concurrences, Regulations column, pp. 135-137), constitutes a new stage in the liberalisation of the internal energy market. This new wave of Community texts is part of a process that deserves to (...)

Beligh Nabli Une stratégie européenne pour la mondialisation - Euromonde 2015


The report on "Europe in a globalised world", prepared by Laurent Cohen-Tanugi, was commissioned by Christine Lagarde, Minister for the Economy, Industry and Employment, and Xavier Bertrand, Minister for Labour, Social Relations, the Family and Solidarity in November 2007 to take stock of the (...)

Beligh Nabli Aides d’Etat


The book that caught our attention is soberly entitled "State Aid". It is the result of an international colloquium organised on 13 October 2004 by the Institute of European Studies of the Université libre de Bruxelles in collaboration with the Permanent Representation of Belgium to the EU. This (...)

Beligh Nabli Le juge administratif et l’Europe


The fiftieth anniversary of the establishment of the administrative courts has been worthily celebrated in several colloquia in France, including that of Grenoble, by virtue of a true tradition. Indeed, in 1974, 1984 and 1994, Grenoble had already been a privileged meeting place around the (...)

Beligh Nabli Cinq ans après Lisbonne - Comment rendre l’Europe compétitive


The Institut Montaigne is a laboratory of ideas, a "French-style think tank" whose work feeds and enriches public debate. The report that has caught our attention provides an initial assessment of the overall economic and social strategy defined by the Lisbon European Council of 23 and 24 March (...)

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