John Erik Fossum discussed the crisis of trust of EU citizens towards the European project at the Tatra Summit 2016, a prominent conference which aims to make a lasting contribution to defining the future of EU economic and political governance.
PLATO will soon invite applications for 15 PhD positions to start from September/October 2017.
2015 was a formidable year for ARENA in several regards. The annual report provides a comprehensive overview of the activities at Norway's leading research centre on European studies.
Call for papers for workshop to be held at the Centre for European Research at the University of Gothenburg (CERGU) in December 2016. The deadline for abstract submission is 15 August.
The TARN network on EU agencification welcomes contributions from scholars who would like to share their research on EU agencies and EU executive governance in the TARN working paper series.
ARENA and professor Chris Lord have won through with the PhD network PLATO in Horizon 2020. Lord will coordinate nine leading research universities and eleven private partners.
How can governments' use of expert bodies be legitimized? ARENA has been awarded prestigious research funding to examine the tension between expertise and democracy in the EU.
Agustín J. Menéndez casts doubts about the likelihood of the proclaimed 'new era' in Spain after the December elections.