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The research project EPISTO (Why not epistocracy? Political legitimacy and 'the fact of expertise') will have its kick-off conference at the University of Oslo April 4 and 5 2013. Participation is limited to registered participants.
The European Union has entered the fifth year of a profound existential crisis. What started as an American financial crisis has come to question the very existence of the European Union, and indeed, has revived secessionist tendencies in several of its Member States (in particular Spain and the United Kingdom). Why is this? What is the present status of crisis? The multiple crises facing the European Union speak to the need for radically rethinking the European Union and the way in which decision-makers, intellectuals, scholars, and the public approach it.
With the Nobel Peace Prize to the European Union as a backdrop, ARENA researchers, in collaboration with 'Partnerforum', will assess recent developments in Europe and question how the Norwegian public administration adapts to the EU.
Jan-Werner Müller from Princeton University will give the lecture 'Fear and Freedom: The Legacies of Mid-Twentieth-Century Liberalism' as a part of the series 'The 1814 Lectures'.
ARENA researchers offer a PhD course in ‘Organisational Theory Approaches to the Study of Public Policy and Administration’.
Master of Political Science Christer Gulbrandsen at ARENA and Department of Political Science will defend his dissertation for the degree of PhD: 'Europeanization in a global context. A study of a national maritime safety agency's work with global and European rules'.
ARENA is again represented Oslo Research Fair. Visit our stand to test your knowledge of European affairs and talk to our researchers.
The Eurotrans WP1 workshop 'The Transformation of the Executive Branch of Government in Europe: Centre Formation, Administrative Integration and Co-existing Orders'.
The aim of this highly interactive one day event is to develop a research agenda on the European Research Area.
This workshop is part of the project RECODE - Responding to Complex Diversity in Europe and Canada, which is sponsored by the European Science Foundation (ESF).
CEMES and EURECO - in cooperation with ARENA - holds a symposium on cosmopolitanism in light of the current challenges to European democracy. It invites leading North American scholars to enter a debate with their European colleagues on the future prospects of cosmopolitanism in Europe and the world.
Seyla Benhabib will give The ARENA Lecture 2012 on 'Challenges to cosmopolitanism in Europe'.