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September 2019
Fellows September Presentations 2019-2020

Fellows September Presentations 2019-2020

Description
Fellows' September Presentations started on the 11th and will go on until 26th. Do not miss the Max Weber Fellows introducing their research, read the schedule of the next two weeks. See you in the Emeroteca!
Date:
16/09/2019
August 2019
Registration Day!

Registration Day!

Description
Registration of incoming MW Fellows 2019-2020 is fixed on 2 September 2019 starting at 10:00 in the Refectory (Badia). While waiting for the date, have a look at the September Calendar.
Date:
02/08/2019
July 2019
Max Weber Lectures 2019-2020

Max Weber Lectures 2019-2020

Description
The Max Weber Programme is proud to introduce the speakers of the Max Weber Lectures 2019-2020. Check out the dates!
Date:
19/07/2019
June 2019
Incoming Max Weber Fellows 2019-2020

Incoming Max Weber Fellows 2019-2020

Description
We are proud to announce the list of the 58 incoming Max Weber Fellows for the academic year 2019-2020
Date:
17/06/2019
Drivers and Consequences of Transformation

Drivers and Consequences of Transformation

Description
The annual Max Weber Fellows June Conference will be on between 12 and 14 June hosting keynotes lectures by Prof. Per Krusell (Stockholm University) and Baroness Onora O'Neill (Emeritus Professor – University of Cambridge). Registrations are open
Date:
05/06/2019
May 2019
The Roots of Human Altruism. Making Sense of Pro-Social Behavior

The Roots of Human Altruism. Making Sense of Pro-Social Behavior

Description
The last Multidisciplinary Workshop this academic year will focus on altruism in human behaviour according to economic theory and empirical evidence. 7 June, registrations are open
Date:
31/05/2019
Justice in Trade: From Philosophy to Law

Justice in Trade: From Philosophy to Law

Description
A Max Weber Occasional Lecture with Oisin Suttle (Queen's University Belfast) exploring the concept of justice in trade in relations to the regulation of international trade, 5 June. Registrations are open
Date:
28/05/2019
Institutional complexity in global governance

Institutional complexity in global governance

Description
A multidisciplinary workshop co-organised with the RSC will address major conceptual, empirical and theoretical questions about the emergence, development, and consequences of institutional complexity. 28 May, registrations are open
Date:
21/05/2019
Fixing the moves? Maps, State and Mobility in Social Sciences

Fixing the moves? Maps, State and Mobility in Social Sciences

Description
A multidisciplinary workshop on 31 May focusing on the use of maps by social sciences in studying relations between power, space and societies. The workshop is preceded by two master classes on 28 and 30 May. Registrations are open for all sessions
Date:
20/05/2019
European Transnationalism Between Successes and Shortcomings: Threats, Strategies and Actors under the Microscope

European Transnationalism Between Successes and Shortcomings: Threats, Strategies and Actors under the Microscope

Description
How is European security challenged and addressed transnationally? This workshop is an opportunity to examine such question. 17 May, registrations are open
Date:
13/05/2019
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