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A research group at ARENA Centre for European Studies headed by Prof. Helene Sjursen has succeeded in a tough competition for funding within the EU's Horizon 2020.
We typically associate racism with loners, men or the economically marginalized. However, this is not necessarily the case, according to Kathleen M. Blee.
Innovation has become a very popular term lately. In his new TIK Talk, Professor Magnus Gulbrandsen has three messages for aspiring innovators.
Hans-Jörg Trenz has received a prize for the best 2013 article in the Journal of Common Market Studies.
ARENA is one of nine partners in a successful proposal for an EU-funded Jean Monnet Network. TARN is the fourth Erasmus+ network that ARENA is currently part of.
ARENA annually announces scholarships for students writing their MA thesis on EU-related topics. This year's application deadline is soon coming up. Our former students here tell you why you should apply.
As of September 1st 2015, Ida Hjelmesæth is ARENA's new Head of Administration. Geir Kværk will resume his position as research advisor with responsibilities for external financing.
Ever wondered what a civilization is, how they come to be, or how to get rid of one? The newest issue of the student magazine Teknovatøren is here to help.
Call for papers for the panel 'Was Plato Right? Should the Experts Rule?' at the ECPR Joint Sessions 2016 in Pisa. Deadline for paper proposals: 1 December 2015.
The national budget for 2015 allocated NOK 31.2 million to the University of Oslo to develop more world-leading research communities. Two of the five selected belong to the Faculty of Social Sciences.
In an assessment of Federica Mogherini's first seven months in office, Tine E. J. Brøgger and Johanne D. Saltnes argue that she has managed to balance greater involvement of EU institutions in foreign affairs with respect for member states’ leading role.
Morten Egeberg and Jarle Trondal recently presented research on the development of a European administrative space, with the active participation by Norwegian State Secretaries Ingvild Næss Stub and Paul Chaffey.
In the autumn 2015 there are two up and coming elections at the Faculty of Social Sciences: The election of Dean/Vice-Dean of the Faculty and elections for the Faculty Board.
- I try to give of myself and to be very honest. I need to teach with both my intellect and my emotions, says Karen O'Brien.
At one of the last energy seminars offered this spring, Ronan Bolton spoke about how the United Kingdom is currently reconfiguring the market to promote low carbon investment.
This summer TIK will organize a PhD course called Knowledge, Innovation & Networks in Today's Economy.
The annual report provides a rich presentation of the activities at ARENA, Norway’s foremost research centre on European studies. In 2014, the staff produced a record-high level of publications.
Åse Gornitzka and Cathrine Holst have edited a special issue of Politics and Governance on the role of expert knowledge in EU decision-making. The full issue of the Open Access journal is available free of charge.
TIK has experienced great interest in its upcoming PhD course “The Politics and Practices of Methods”. The PhD course is now fully booked with a waiting list.
Christopher Lord and John Erik Fossum both contribute to a JEPP special issue on differentiated integration in the EU, edited by Lord and Benjamin Leruth.
ARENA has announced two post-doctoral fellowships as part of the EuroDiv project. The deadline for application is 13 March 2015.
Erik O. Eriksen has been invited to discuss his latest book The Normativity of the European Union at a seminar in Brussels on 23 February 2015.
In the TIK-seminar held Thursday February 12th, professor Marko Hekkert told an interesting story of the development of the technological innovation system (TIS) approach as a new, and now widely adopted, way of analyzing the emergence of new technologies.
Mai'a K. Davis Cross discusses how to maximize the potential of the European External Action Service (EEAS) in the magazine Border Crossing. The EU itself is a product of internal diplomacy, and many of its strengths can be applied to EEAS, she argues.