Our Annual Report 2017 and its appendices are out!
Check out the list of our new Jean Monnet Fellows, Max Weber Fellows & Marie Skłodowska CurieFellows - Academic year 2018/2019 as well as Visiting Fellows.
Open for registration: conference on 'The Impact of Populism on EU Polity and Policies' on 19 October!
Call for Papers for the '2019 Annual Scientific Seminar on Media & the Digital Economy' on competition issues in digital platforms, the impact of emerging technology, privacy regulation & more. Deadline to submit abstracts 11 January 2019.
Just published: Private enforcement of EU competition law: the impact of the damages directive, by Pier Luigi Parcu, Giorgio Monti and Marco Botta
The World Trade Forum 2018 took place on 28 & 29 September 2018 in Florence; watch the recordings!
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Focus on Brexit: our academics engage and debate on the meaning and implications of a UK departure from the EU.
(11 October 2018) Reforming Europe's refugee policies: Austrian-Danish plan will not work, Martin Ruhs and Mikkel Barslund published on Euronews
(1 October) Will Russian Spycraft Adapt to the Information Age?, by Mark Galeotti published on the Moscow Times
(28 September) One Club Does Not Fit All in Europe, by Jean Pisani-Férry, published on Project Syndicate
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