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Fifth webinar: 9 April 2021
Comenius University in Bratislava will host a closed EU3D workshop on the EU as a segmented political order and the new organizational forms in EU governance.
Ekspertkunnskapens økte betydning i norsk politikk
Join us for an online discussion where two ARENA scholars present PLATO findings and their implications for EU policy-making.
Helene Sjursen participated in a NORTIA roundtable on Covid-19, the EU and geopolitics.
ARENA and the GLOBUS project will host a debate on the EU and partnerships for sustainable development on 24 October 2019.
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.
Jan Zielonka, Professor of European Politics at Oxford University, will discuss his latest book Counter Revolution: Liberal Europe in Retreat on 18 September 2018 at Fritt Ord.
Professor Michael Zürn from the Berlin Social Science Center (WZB) will present the main findings from his newly published book on the current crisis of global governance.
PLATO's second PhD school will be staged in Vienna on 12-16 March 2018. Three days will be dedicated to research design, and two days to academic writing.
The first PhD school within the ARENA-coordinated PhD network PLATO is organised in Berlin. The event includes a three-day PhD course in legitimacy theory while two days are dedicated to Vitae's Effective Researcher programme.
Morten Egeberg and Åse Gornitzka offer a PhD course in ‘An Organizational Approach to Public Governance’ at the Department of Political Science in November 2017.
Application deadline: 14 September 2017
Johan P. Olsen holds the plenary lecture at the ECPR General Conference in Oslo on 7 September.
Professor Emeritus in Political Science and founding director of ARENA Johan P. Olsen will present his latest book Democratic Accountability, Political Order, and Change at ARENA on 9 June 2017.
Morten Egeberg and Åse Gornitzka offer a PhD course in ‘Organisation Theory Approaches to the Study of Public Policy and Administration’ at the Department of Political Science in November 2016.
Application deadline: 1 October 2016
The final workshop of the PADEMIA project will be held in Brussels on 19-20 September 2016.
As the referendum on 23 June approaches, there is a real possibility that a majority of British voters will vote in favour of leaving the European Union. What are the implications of the momentous decision – for Britain and for Europe? These questions were among those discussed at a panel debate organised by ARENA in cooperation with British Politics Society.
ARENA and CORE invite to a conference on the Europeanisation of gender equality policies. The event will address researchers, public administration, civil society and media.
What are the British alternatives to full EU membership? What can Britain learn from current non-members? Welcome to a panel discussion on Britain's future in Europe.
I anledning utgivelsen av Hva er EU godt for? av Erik Oddvar Eriksen og EU-kontrollen – jakten på det egentlige EU av Dag Yngland og Alf Ole Ask inviterer Cappelen Damm til lanseringsdebatt med statsråd Vidar Helgesen.
This debate will gather parliamentarians from Norway, Denmark and Sweden to discuss today’s constitutional context and challenges. Do we take the current situation seriously enough?
With the European parliamentary elections just one year ahead, can we expect Euroscepticism to become dominant? Are there any lessons to be learned from the 2009 campaign? ARENA invites to a book presentation of Contesting Europe by Pieter de Wilde, Asimina Michailidou and Hans-Jörg Trenz.
Southern Europe has been severely struck by the financial crisis, in social as well as political terms. How has the crisis been handled, and could it have been done differently? These questions were discussed at a seminar staged by ARENA during the National Science Week.
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.