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entrance Annual Training
The Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies

Spotlights


EUI Forum on Brexit

The full debate on Brexit held on 28 June with Professor Brigid Laffan, Director of the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies (RSCAS), Professor Gary Marks, and Professor Liesbet Hooghe, both currently Visiting Scholars at the RSCAS, is now available online: https://youtu.be/wxnHePvrYgQ

The ‘Leave’ decision brings contingency, uncertainty and turbulence, Brigid Laffan on Brexit

24 June 2016

‘It is a deeply historical moment, with unknown and unknowable outcomes,’ explains Professor Brigid Laffan, referring to the UK’s historic decision to withdraw its membership from the European Union.

https://times.eui.eu/brigid-laffan-on-brexit.html

Theory meets Crisis

30 June 14:00 to 1 July 16:45

This conference takes up the question of how the Eurocrisis has confirmed, undermined, or reshaped theoretically grounded expectations in five fields of study: varieties of capitalism; political contestation; European integration; the politics of redistribution; and democracy. How has the crisis influenced our understanding of these fields? Has the crisis confirmed some theories and disconfirmed others? 

 



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