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March 2017
EUI Data and Methods Clinic

EUI Data and Methods Clinic

Description
The Max Weber Programme is proud to announce its active contribution and participation to the activities of the EUI Data and Methods Clinic (DC). Fellows of all disciplines may find the services provided by the DC of interest for their research agenda
Date:
28/03/2017
Introduction into Python Programming

Introduction into Python Programming

Description
Curious about data scraping? The EUI Data and Methods Clinic is offering an introductory workshop on Python with Jonathan Bright ( Research Fellow, Oxford Internet Institute): 20-21 April
Date:
28/03/2017
The Past, Present, and Future of the EU: Multidimensional Perspectives

The Past, Present, and Future of the EU: Multidimensional Perspectives

Description
The Max Weber Programme and the James Madison University's M.A. Program in European Union Policy Studies are pleased to announce the 10th Joint Graduate Symposium. 7 April 2017
Date:
27/03/2017
Labor Regimes of Indenture: A Global Overview of Migrant Domestic Work

Labor Regimes of Indenture: A Global Overview of Migrant Domestic Work

Description
What is 'indentured mobility"? The upcoming Max Weber Lecture with Rhacel Salazar Parrenas (University of Southern California) will focus on this concept and address the trade-off between financial mobility leaving poverty at home and forms of "unfreedom" in the receiving countries of domestic migrant workers, 22 March 17:00
Date:
20/03/2017
All for one and one for all? Coalitions in the fight against terrorism

All for one and one for all? Coalitions in the fight against terrorism

Description
How manageable are multilateral coalitions in the fight against terrorism? A Multidisciplinary Research Workshop address this vital question for European security, 17 March
Date:
07/03/2017
Is Modernization dead? Why developments in world politics place an epistemic challenge for social scientists

Is Modernization dead? Why developments in world politics place an epistemic challenge for social scientists

Description
A MW Occasional Talk with Hilton Rook (George Mason University) will re-examine the causal nexus between democratization and development drawing on his experience as a policy adviser and fieldwork in directing development projects in five Muslim-majority countries, 16 March 2017
Date:
07/03/2017
When Institutions Fail: An Interdisciplinary Perspective on Institutional Change, Outcome Diversity and Unintended Consequences

When Institutions Fail: An Interdisciplinary Perspective on Institutional Change, Outcome Diversity and Unintended Consequences

Description
How a new normal takes shape after institution fails? A MW Fellows Workshop to prompt a critical exploration of the complex processes by which institutions evolve from an interdisciplinary perspective, 15 March 2017
Date:
07/03/2017
Persistent Inequalities: Studying Gender in the 21st Century

Persistent Inequalities: Studying Gender in the 21st Century

Description
This multidisciplinary workshop features innovative research on the persistence of gender inequality bringing together the approaches of scholars in sociology, political theory, and economics, 14 March 2017
Date:
04/03/2017
February 2017
Call for papers - MW Fellows June Conference

Call for papers - MW Fellows June Conference

Description
The Call for papers for the 11th MW Fellows June Conference is now open. Submission of abstracts (250/300 words) by 6th March 2017.
Date:
08/02/2017
January 2017
Minimal Conditions for the Survival of the Euro

Minimal Conditions for the Survival of the Euro

Description
The upcoming Max Weber Lecture with Barry Eichengreen (University of California at Berkeley) will ask whether monetary union without political union can be made to work, and if so how. 15 February 2017
Date:
31/01/2017
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