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June 2018
Teaching Certificate Award

Teaching Certificate Award

Description
Ola UPF Barcelona where a number of Max Weber Fellows went for their teaching practice week this year. Tomorrow they will be awarded their well deserved Teacher Training Certificate
Date:
19/06/2018
The Max Weber Alumni Network Map

The Max Weber Alumni Network Map

Description
Where do the Max Weber Fellows go after their Fellowship at EUI? Find it out on the new amazing Max Weber Alumni Network Map #mappafantastica
Date:
19/06/2018
States, societies and crises across time and space

States, societies and crises across time and space

Description
The Badia Fiesolana welcomes once again the annual Max Weber Fellows conference a unique occasion for the Max Weber Programme Alumni and Fellows to meet and network to foster an ever growing multidisciplinary academic community, 13-15 June
Date:
07/06/2018
May 2018
National Political Communities and International Institutions

National Political Communities and International Institutions

Description
This workshop explores the dual nature of international institutions as both a source of political leverage and instability for modern nation-states. 11 June
Date:
28/05/2018
Challenges to EU Law and Governance in the Member States

Challenges to EU Law and Governance in the Member States

Description
A conference to examine to what extent the EU is being politicised and its law challenged in the Member States. The focus will not only be on Member States that are known to be highly critical of the EU, 8 June
Date:
28/05/2018
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
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