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May 2018
Peace from locals

Peace from locals

Description
What is the role of local actors such as ordinary people in allowing or preventing conflict. This workshop aims to address this question, thereby contributing to developing peace and conflict research from a local perspective, 1 June 2018
Date:
24/05/2018
Taxation and fiscal policy

Taxation and fiscal policy

Description
A multidisciplinary workshop focused on the effectiveness and optimal design of fiscal policy and, more broadly, the way states tax, borrow and spend public funds. 28 May
Date:
23/05/2018
What is corruption?

What is corruption?

Description
A multidisciplinary research workshop addressing the concept of corruption and corrupt behaviour in the lab with the partecipation of Bo Rothstein (University of Gothenburg), 24 May
Date:
09/05/2018
The Government's Provision of Specific, In Kind Goods: A Defense

The Government's Provision of Specific, In Kind Goods: A Defense

Description
The upcoming Max Weber Lecture with Debra Satz (Stanford University) will argue the case for universal public provision of in kind goods in an attempt to render more attractive the tradition of 'moral economy' to contemporary egalitarians, 16 May
Date:
08/05/2018
Third Colloquia on Regulatory Governance: Taking stock of regulatory governance, hierarchical and heterarchical approaches

Third Colloquia on Regulatory Governance: Taking stock of regulatory governance, hierarchical and heterarchical approaches

Description
Third session on Regulatory Governance with Colin Scott (University College Dublin) and Bernardo Rangoni (MWF-LAW), 8 May
Date:
02/05/2018
April 2018
Modern Receptions of Epicureanism: Political Receptions and the Politics of Reception

Modern Receptions of Epicureanism: Political Receptions and the Politics of Reception

Description
A one-day workshop is dedicated to modern receptions and readings of the Epicurean tradition (and its relations to Classic and Hellenistic philosophies). 4 May
Date:
27/04/2018
European Security in an Age of American Restraint

European Security in an Age of American Restraint

Description
A multidisciplinary workshop addressing core questions about the security of Europe should American foreign policy shift towards entrenchment, 2 May
Date:
26/04/2018
From commons to capital and back. The turning point in private law

From commons to capital and back. The turning point in private law

Description
A MWP occasional lecture with Ugo Mattei (UC Hastings) who will discuss the necessary steps to transform the role and the function of private law in order to put in tune with the requirements of ecological survival. 3 May
Date:
24/04/2018
Fears of Trolls and Little Green Men Does Hybrid Warfare Work, for Whom, and When?

Fears of Trolls and Little Green Men Does Hybrid Warfare Work, for Whom, and When?

Description
This workshop brings expertise in warfare and security studies with multidisciplinary perspectives, including strategic studies, military history, and political science, thereby shedding new light on the hotly topic of hybrid warfare with analytical and empirical rigor. 4 May
Date:
24/04/2018
Regulatory Governance Colloquium cancelled

Regulatory Governance Colloquium cancelled

Description
The Regulatory Governance Colloquium with Professor Anton Hemerijck (EUI-SPS) has been rescheduled on 6 June 2018
Date:
24/04/2018
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