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The RECODE Programme invites doctoral research students to participate in a week-long summer school, 'The Challenge of Complex Diversity: Theoretical and Empirical Perspectives from Europe and Canada'.
The European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR) is holding its bi-annual general conference in Bordeaux, 4-7 September 2013. The conference includes a section “Europe of Knowledge” that focuses on education, higher education and research policy.
Our guest researcher Andreas Grimmel has published the book 'Europäische Integration im Kontext des Rechts' with Springer.
On September 27 Christer Gulbrandsen defended his dissertation 'Europeanization in a global context. A study of a national maritime safety agency's work with global and European rules'.
John Erik Fossum and Chris Lord are part of a new platform for academics and practitioners interested in the issue of political representation in Europe.
John Erik Foussum will hold a keynote speech on 'EU democratization: prospects and challenges' at the workshop 'Representative Democracy in the 21st Century' at the European University Institute the 26th of October.
The Nobel Peace Prize awarded to the European Union is important and interesting. The award is given for the EU’s peace-building and democracy-expanding work over the past 55 years. The prize also reminds us that peace in Europe should not be taken for granted.
Cathrine Holst assesses whether modern society’s dependence on expertise ensures that we must now redefine what democracy means at LSE's EUROPP-blog.
Guest researcher at ARENA, Benjamin Leruth, looks at the importance of Iceland's fisheries, and the ongoing dispute or ‘mackerel war’ between the country and the EU over fishing rights.
Cathrine Holst has been awarded the Burgen Scholarship from the Academia Europaea.
Jarle Trondal discusses the development of the ‘European administrative space’ (EAS), in which European administrative practices come to complement national practices.
We announce the availability of 1-3 student grants for the autumn semester 2012. We welcome applications from MA students within the fields of social sciences, law and humanities. The deadline for application is 24 September.
Measures taken to tackle the eurozone crisis up to now have trampled all over EU and national law, Agustín José Menéndez writes in European Voice.
Jarle Trondal will hold a joint lecture at the University of Copenhagen 19 April.
Professor and Chair of the Center for Modern European Studies (CEMES) Hans-Jörg Trenz gave his inaugural lecture on 'Mediatisation and European Integration' on Friday 27 January 2012 at the University of Copenhagen.
The Board of the Social Sciences Faculty has appointed a new Board of Directors of ARENA for the period 2012-2015.
A new ARENA newsletter is out with articles on RECON's final conference in Oslo, a new book, a special issue of Journal of European Public Policy, and ARENA researchers' comments on the euro crisis.
The Forum for European Research on 22 March addressed the increasing influence of the European Parliament in the decision-making system of the EU in this year's meeting. State secretary Erik Lahnstein and three researchers in the field of the EU presented examples on how the parliament has gained more power recently.
Does more education lead to a better democracy? And how do you build a stable democracy? These were some of the questions raised at the second international conference of the Research Program on Democracy.
The RECON newsletter 3/2010 is out now and include a commentary on Europe in crisis by David Mayes and a new book on European stories by Justine Lacroix and Kalypso Nicolaïdis.
We announce the availability of 1-3 student grants for the spring semester 2011. We welcome applications from Master's students within the fields of social sciences, law and humanities. The deadline is January 16.
Friday afternoon we streamed live from Peter de Wilde's trial lecture over the topic "Under what conditions does Euroscepticism flourish? An evaluation of different approaches and empirical findings".
Although there is a plurality of views, a majority of European Commission staff perceive the Commission as a supranational institution, Liesbet Hooghe concludes in her paper presented at the ARENA Tuesday seminar 8 June.
ARENA has today launched an electronic version of its newsletter. News include new articles in Journal of Common Market Studies and Journal of European Public Policy and upcoming events at ARENA.
How to study ‘change’, innovations and transformations? How and when did the concepts of change and innovations – that we now seem to take for granted – emerge in the first place? Who and what do we take to be agents of change in our own studies? These are among the questions that will be addressed in the interdisciplinary PhD course at the University of Oslo we invite you to participate in this autumn. The course addresses the concepts of – and the methods and approaches to – the study of change, innovations and transformations in the humanities as well as the social sciences.