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April 2019
Non-Majoritarian Institutions under Political Pressure

Non-Majoritarian Institutions under Political Pressure

Description
Upcoming workshop in the #MRW2019 series debating the shift of Non-Majoritarian Institutions towards taking increasingly political decisions. Registrations are open
Date:
29/04/2019
Globalization and Its Political Consequences: The Rise of Populism?

Globalization and Its Political Consequences: The Rise of Populism?

Description
Last Max Weber Lecture this year with Helen Milner (Princeton University) who will examine the backlash of economic globalisation on political parties behaviour and themes
Date:
24/04/2019
Rethinking Methodological Approaches to Islamic Movements

Rethinking Methodological Approaches to Islamic Movements

Description
The first workshop in the Multidisciplinary Research Workshop series co-organised with the Department of Political and Social Sciences is coming soon and it is aiming at shaking the study of Islamic movements from scratch, No mean feat! 29-30 April
Date:
11/04/2019
Europe in times of change: challenges and policies in a complex political order

Europe in times of change: challenges and policies in a complex political order

Description
The JMU's MA students in European Union Policy Studies will be back in the Badia on 12 April for the annual JMU-MWP Symposium to discuss their own research with Max Weber Fellows and the wider EUI community
Date:
04/04/2019
Max Weber Fellow awarded Swiss National Science Foundation Grant

Max Weber Fellow awarded Swiss National Science Foundation Grant

Description
Congratulations to Oliver Westerwinter (MWF-RSC) awardee of a grant to study the effectiveness of transnational public-private governance initiatives and intergovernmental organizations
Date:
03/04/2019
March 2019
A New Look at the Economics of Mobility: The Causes and Costs of Transnationalism

A New Look at the Economics of Mobility: The Causes and Costs of Transnationalism

Description
In the April Max Weber Lecture, Nancy Green (École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales) will intertwine migration and gendered labour markets with the concept of migration increasingly becoming " for sale", 17 April
Date:
25/03/2019
Advanced Capitalism, Advanced Democracies and National Autonomy: Symbiotic Most of the Time

Advanced Capitalism, Advanced Democracies and National Autonomy: Symbiotic Most of the Time

Description
Why advanced capitalist democracy have been so successful over the last century? A Max Weber Lecture with David Soskice (LSE). Building on his recent book with Torben Iversen, "Democracy and Prosperity: Reinventing Capitalism through a Turbulent Century" (Princeton 2019) Soskice will argue that advanced capitalist systems are embedded in advanced democracies promoting competition and providing infrastructure
Date:
01/03/2019
February 2019
MW Fellow awarded again this year

MW Fellow awarded again this year

Description
Congratulations to Julian Garritzmann (MWF-SPS) who will be collecting his second award this year! One dissertation award in September and an article award in February suggest a rewarding career pattern
Date:
20/02/2019
MW Fellow awarded prize

MW Fellow awarded prize

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Congratulations to Danilo Scholz (MWF-HEC) for his recent award of the Heinrich Mann Prize 2019 by the German Academy of Arts
Date:
19/02/2019
Call for papers - 13th MW Fellows June Conference

Call for papers - 13th MW Fellows June Conference

Description
"Drivers and consequences of transformation" is the leading theme of this year MW Fellows June Conference open to postdocs at EUI and beyond and inviting MW Alumni back to share memories and build new ones at the EUI, Deadline for submission of abstracts 6 March
Date:
14/02/2019
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