Eilert Sundts hus (map)
Moltke Moesvei 31
This launch seminar examines current challenges and future prospects for nuclear arms control in Europe and beyond.
Title: Backlash and Judicial Restraint: Evidence From the European Court of Human Rights.
Title: Reform policy – a matter of coalition building. Analysing amalgamation reforms in Denmark and Norway.
Title: Does investor-state dispute settlement cases lead to regulatory chill? Cross-country evidence from environmental regulation.
Title: Blood is thicker than water: Family assets and leader deposition in medieval and early modern Europe.
Title: A process perspective on regulatory stakeholder engagement.
Undervisningsforum: Refleksjoner etter periodisk emneevaluering av STV1200.
Title: Normative reasoning.
Title: Interest group policy position-taking: A tale of dimensional salience and party policy?
Title: Selecting ministers: Linkages between political context and professionalization of executive politics in Norway.
Title: Mosques and Islamist Activism: Spatial Evidence from Interwar Cairo.
Title: Cheater’s dilemma.
Undervisningsforum: Fellesveiledning masteroppgave.
Title: An organizational Approach to Public Governance
Please note the change in venue: Harriet Holters hus, room 301.
Global monitoring capabilities will play a large role in allowing the international community to determine if nations are in compliance with nuclear arms control and nonproliferation obligations and related missions, including counterterrorism.
Title: Policy advisory systems and the politicization of the permanent bureaucracy: A comparison of Denmark and Norway.
Title: Petitions and the electoral mobilization of women.
Francesca R. Jensenius is the winner of the Nils Klim Prize 2018. In this seminar she presents from her most recent research, a forthcoming book about micro-level voting patterns in India.
Title: The Status of Peoples.