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February 2018
Call for Papers MW Fellows June Conference 2018

Call for Papers MW Fellows June Conference 2018

Description
The call for papers to participate to the 12th MW Fellows June COnference is open: deadline for sending abstract 15 March 2018!
Date:
15/02/2018
Deconstructing Group Bias: Groupy vs. Non-groupy social preferences

Deconstructing Group Bias: Groupy vs. Non-groupy social preferences

Description
A Max Weber Lecture with Rachel Kranton (Duke University) presenting a series of experiments that deconstructs the bias observed in group settings. 14 March 2018
Date:
15/02/2018
Picking up after Brexit

Picking up after Brexit

Description
The MRW series starts with a workshop co-sponsored with the Robert Schuman Centre on explaining and assessing the British exit from the European Union, 1-2 March
Date:
09/02/2018
Ideas, Interests, and Unpacking Them

Ideas, Interests, and Unpacking Them

Description
A Master Class with Dani Rodrik (Harvard Kennedy School) will focus on the role of ideas in driving social behaviour. 14 February, all welcome upon registration
Date:
06/02/2018
January 2018
Globalization and the Populist Backlash

Globalization and the Populist Backlash

Description
Another take on populism at the Max Weber Lectures: Dani Rodrik (Harvard Kennedy School) will trace left-wing and right-wing populisms and how the backlash of globalisation triggers their differencies. 14 February
Date:
18/01/2018
National and European Funding Opportunities in the Social Sciences for Young Researchers

National and European Funding Opportunities in the Social Sciences for Young Researchers

Description
Learn your way to research funding! Register to the MWP-ACO Conference and share in the conversation with representatives of European and national funding agencies, professors and young academics to discuss on research schemes and grants available to international researchers in the Social Sciences and Humanities. 31 January
Date:
17/01/2018
European policies and governance: challenges, experiments and perspectives

European policies and governance: challenges, experiments and perspectives

Description
A seminar series jointly organized by the Max Weber Programme and JMU Florence touching on migration and labour market, taxation, gender and experimentalist governance
Date:
17/01/2018
December 2017
After Populism

After Populism

Description
The first Max Weber Lecture of 2018 will be delivered by Jan-Werner Mueller (Princeton University) who will address two core questions about populism: how best to understand it and what structural changes in modern democracies might facilitate its emergence. 17 January
Date:
18/12/2017
Interpretation and Homonymous Activities

Interpretation and Homonymous Activities

Description
A Max Weber Occasional Lecture with Timothy Endicott (University of Oxford) who will address how to explain 'the modern practice of lawyers and judges, who sometimes offer something that they call an 'interpretation' in support of a conclusion that is incompatible with the meaning of the object that they purport to interpret?'
Date:
05/12/2017
The MWP Yearly Report 2016-2017

The MWP Yearly Report 2016-2017

Description
The Max Weber Programme Yearly Report is out. Read on line or download it to learn about the Programme and Fellows' activities last year
Date:
05/12/2017
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