EUI Review (discontinued)

Editor's Note

The EUI Review is the former magazine of the European University Institute. The Winter 2011 issue was the last issue.


Editor: The European University Institute


Latest Issue: Winter 2011 

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This issue of the EUI Review discusses research from a number of angles, with articles on the applied vs. pure research question, the research evaluation process in the UK, the EUI’s activities in the Open Access movement, new challenges for research libraries, and the results of the ACO’s survey on research funding in Europe. Topical issues and the policy implications of research are also discussed in articles on EUI projects researching new social movements for democracy and the privatisation of war,  as well as the organization of the G-20 meetings, the integration of European energy policy and markets, and the new RSCAS Centre for Media Pluralism and Media Freedom.

This issue also includes Alumni News and covers the Opening of the Academic Year ceremony.

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2011 Issues

  • Spring 2011 

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    Contributing authors examine the idea of diversity from the points of view of their own specialised research areas in law, political science, history and linguistics...

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  • Autumn 2011
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    This issue of the EUI Review focuses on the many dimensions of 'Lifelong Learning', with articles by Odile Quintin, Sacha Garben, Fabrizio Bernardi, Stan van Alphen, Ernesto Bonafé and Ignacio Pérez-Arriaga, Silvia Dell’Acqua, Leigh Hancher, Peter van den Bossche, Sebastian van de Scheur, Igor Chabrowski, Julian Lindley-French, Siofra O’Leary, and Martin Westlake. 

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2010 Issues

  • Winter 2010
    EUI Review Winter 2010 
    This issue examines migration and covers the Conferring Ceremony. Hans Daalder also contributed an article on Max Kohnstamm, the first president of the EUI.

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  • Autumn 2010
    EUIReview Autumn 2010

    This issue takes a look at the causes, the consequences and the way politicians, regulators and citizens are confronting some of the more pressing crisis issues in Europe and beyond.
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2009 Issues

Spring 2009

EUI Review 2009 Spring

Issue dedicated to the Political and Social Sciences Department.
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