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Research at the EUI

Interdisciplinary, international, innovative. 

We ask fundamental questions about human society and investigate complex, real-world problems.

Intellectual creativity and debate thrive at the EUI through collaborative projects, workshops and webinars, conferences and outreach events, and summer schools and executive training.

Our research embraces interdisciplinary, comparative or contextual approaches, and many of our initiatives have a specifically European perspective.

Creative collaborations, vital impacts

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Updated 21 March

EUI scholars produce over 1,000 publications each year, offering insights into complex, real-world problems and fundamental questions about human society. Our repository holds refereed articles and books, reports and datasets.

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New materials online: Images from the career of a 'founding mother' of Europe

The HAEU has digitalised the audiovisual materials in the fonds of Fausta Deshormes La Valle, a woman whose career influenced both the dissemination of information about European integration, but also gender equality. Users may search and visualise the content on the HAEU’s multimedia platform.

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EUI researcher scrutinises job placement and the gender gap in political science

EUI PhD researcher Joris Frese has published an analysis of the academic job-placement success of hundreds of political science departments worldwide. The EUI scores well, both for placement overall and for the placement of female graduates. But a global gender gap in hiring and promotion persists.

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Scholars meet actors: Jacopo Cellini presents archival work on the EIB

An Alcide de Gasperi Centre event provided a forum for exchange between academics working on EU environmental history and policy, practitioners from the European Investment Bank, and archivists responsible for the European Investment Bank archives held at the HAEU.

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Research at the Robert Schuman Centre

We conduct basic and applied research to address real-world problems. The Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies has 9 programmes on themes from energy regulation to migration, to media pluralism to global governance. See video playlists below.

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EUI’s Research Blog – EUIdeas

Explore evidence-driven contributions from EUI scholars on a wide range social, political, legal, and economic issues. See our special collection on war in Ukraine.

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Interdisciplinary Research Clusters

Cross-campus interdisciplinary research that focuses on six interrelated themes of high societal interest: Democracy, Environment, Inequality, Technological Change, the Crisis of Expertise, and Decentering Eurocentrism.

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Dean of Research

"The EUI hosts a world-class and international research community, and we strive to develop and nurture its full potential to bridge theoretical and applied research with the world of practice and policy."

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Research Support

We coordinate, systematise and broaden high-quality support for EUI faculty and researchers. Consult our pages for resources on the planning and grantseeking phase, collaboration across campus, or the reporting and dissemination of research results.

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