How National Referendums are Challenging the EU
on 26 and 27 January we are holding a roundtable workshop to explore what we know and what we need to know about the way in which the recent round of national referendums are beginning to challenge the institutions and policies of the European Union.
Challenges for EU Regulators in the Age of Decarbonisation and Digitalisation
A workshop organised on 2 February by the Florence School of Regulation, together with Bruegel and Fondazione ENI Enrico Mattei.
Focus on Brexit
Since the UK referendum on Brexit, academics from the Schuman Centre have engaged and debated on the meaning and implications of a UK departure from the European Union.
Dear Theresa May: if you want partnership, there’s nothing better than EU membershipBy Professor Brigid Laffan, published on The Conversation Global on 18 January 2017
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Addressing demand in the context of trafficking in the domestic work sector : perspectives from seven European countries, Final report, Alexandra Ricard-Guay
EU Policy Brief. Addressing the demand-side of trafficking in the domestic work sector, Alexandra Ricard-Guay
Rethinking electronic communications : Europe and the others, Anna Renata Pisarkiewicz, Silvia Solidoro
Emerging trends in US antitrust and EU competition law ENTraNCE annual conference, Maria Luisa Stasi, Silvia Solidoro
Florence School of Banking and Finance
European Research Council Projects
EU BORDER CARE
WILLING TO PAY
on Migration, Citizenship and Demography
Page last updated on 19 January 2017