Events - Page 3
Join us for an online discussion where two ARENA scholars present PLATO findings and their implications for EU policy-making.
Robert Kissack from Institut Barcelona d'Estudis Internacionals (IBEI) will present the paper 'Normative contestation in an era of declining liberal hegemony' at the ARENA Tuesday Seminar on 15 September 2020.
Helene Sjursen participated in a NORTIA roundtable on Covid-19, the EU and geopolitics.
GLOBUS researchers presented key findings from the project and reflected on the EU's global role and future research in a webinar on 28 May 2020.
The European Union is often described as a vanguard of a law-based world order, and since its inception it has proclaimed an ambition to promote justice at the global level. But how can the EU contribute in the present context of contestation over global norms?
Simona Piattoni presents the paper 'Convergence towards a single economic model? Italy and Germany in the interconnected euro system' on 18 February at ARENA.
Richard Bellamy presents the paper 'Differentiated integration as a fair scheme of cooperation' on 11 February at ARENA.
ARENA Centre for European Studies organised a workshop on differentiation and dominance in Oslo on 23-24 January 2020.
Is the liberal world order legitimate? ARENA and the Egmont Institute hosted a policy dialogue in Brussels on 29 November addressing perspectives from the EU, Russia, India, China, Brazil, South Africa and the United States.
Fabio Wolkenstein presents the paper 'A Democratic Theory of Growth Regimes' on 26 November at ARENA.
ARENA will celebrate its 25th anniversary with a half-day public conference at the House of Literature on 18 November 2019.
Sacha Garben presents the paper 'Collective identity as a legal limit to European integration in areas of core state powers' on 12 November at ARENA.
ARENA and the GLOBUS project will host a debate on the EU and partnerships for sustainable development on 24 October 2019.
Katharina Meissner will hold a methods seminar entitled 'Using 'R' in qualitative research: QCA, process-tracing, and the case of EU trade sanctions'. The seminar is open to all ARENA staff.
PLATO's fourth and final PhD school is organised at the University of Twente in the week 14-18 October 2019. The main focus will be on preliminary findings from the 15 PhD projects.
ARENA Centre for European Studies hosted a workshop on the European Union's approach to the global order on 10-11 October 2019.
ARENA, together with CICERO, will host a joint EU3D and BENCHMARK conference on Brexit and the 'Norway model' on 19 and 20 September 2019.
Sir Ivan Rogers, former UK ambassador to the EU is to hold the first EU3D Future of Europe Lecture, which will take place at the University of Oslo on 18 September 2019.
What will be the final outcome of the European election and how will this affect Norway? Prominent researchers, journalists and politicians will discuss this during our event at Arendalsuka.
Vi inviterer til spennende samtale under Arendalsuka om EU, EØS og Brexit med eksperter fra forskningsektoren og nøkkelaktørene i norsk økonomi.
The research project REFLEX will organize the workshop Making Non-Majoritarian Institutions Safe for Democracy on 20-21 June in Oslo.
The education and research network on EU foreign policy, NORTIA, held a second network conference this June.
Andreas Eriksen presents the paper 'The Accountability of Independent Agencies' on 28 May 2019 at ARENA.
Markus Patberg presents the paper 'Constituent Power in the European Union: A Critique of Regional Cosmopolitanism' on 14 May 2019 at ARENA.
EUREX will organize the workshop 'Expertise and policy-making – comparative perspectives' in The Hague on May 13-14, 2019. Deadline for paper proposal: February 1, 2019.