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Programmes

The programmes of the Robert Schuman Centre conduct theoretical, normative, analytical and applied policy-oriented research in a number of domains, in line with the  research agenda of the Centre.

 

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Centre for Judicial Cooperation

An umbrella framework for judicial cooperation and interaction initiatives between practitioners and academics.

Logo_EGPPEuropean Governance and Politics Programme

An international hub of high quality research and reflection on Europe and the European Union, building on the work and reputation of its predecessor European Union Democracy Observatory (EUDO).  

FSR_oneFlorence School of Regulation

A centre of excellence for regulatory policy in crucial sectors of the European economy: Energy and Climate, Communications & Media, Transport and Water.

med78x78Middle East Directions

A programme devoted to analysing the turbulent changes currently taking place in the Middle East and their impact on the region, its peoples, and its relationship with Europe.

 

Logo_FCPFlorence Competition Programme in Law & Economics

Formerly known as ENTraNCE, the Programme is a hub for European and international competition enforcers and other stakeholders to share best-practices, debate emerging policy issues and enhance their networks.

FBF-logoFlorence School of Banking & Finance

A European platform bringing together practitioners and academics from the Banking and Finance sector to develop a common culture of regulation and supervision in the European Union.

Global Governance ProgrammeGlobal Governance Programme

Research programme on broad interdisciplinary themes and on the many cross-cutting issues related to globalisation such as Global Economics, Europe in the World, Cultural Pluralism and Global Citizenship.

MPC logoMigration Policy Centre

The Centre conducts advanced policy-oriented research on global migration, asylum and mobility and serves governance needs at European and global levels.

 

 

 See also Completed Projects.

 

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