During the first and second term, there are normally ten weekly meetings of seminars. However, occasionally workshops/small conferences can also be organised during the first two terms. In the third term, there are (mainly, but not exclusively) intensive workshops/small conferences, usually of ten hours duration and often with visitors.
All workshops carry credits for 10 hours unless otherwise specified.
Credits are awarded to first-years and second-years for regular attendance.
Printable version of all workshops offered during this term
Structural Power in International and Comparative Politics
Date/Location: 18 October 2014, Seminar Room 2, Badia Fiesolana
Organiser: Pepper Culpepper
Rawi Abdelal, Harvard Business School
Patrick Emmenegger, University of St. Gallen
Tasha Fairfield, London School of Economics
Henry Farrell, George Washington University
This workshop will promote the consideration of two streams of cutting-edge research that have seldom been in conversation. Both streams deal with the concept of structural power, though from different sub-field vantage points. Structural power in international relations was, in the 1990s and early 2000s, a story of decline – that of the loss of hegemony of the United States, and its consequences for the international system, particularly with the rising economic power of the European Union and new competitors in Asia.
Please register with Anne.Leinonen@eui.eu