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Research seminar: Private Law WG: Justice for Contracts


Department of Law

The Private Law Working Group invites you to its next session with     Hanoch DaganStewart and Judy Colton Professor of Legal Theory and InnovationDirector of the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics Tel...


Location:
Outside EUI premises - Zoom
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Thesis defence: Les merciers : une histoire sociale et économique de marchands moyens dans une capitale européenne du luxe (Venise, XVIe siècle)


Department of History and Civilization

In 16th century Venice, new consumption patterns and the emergence of a luxury economy were part of the economic changes observed at that time. During the same period, mercers become a key figure in c...


Contact:
Miriam Felicia Curci - Send a mail

Defendant:
Emilie Fiorucci (EUI - Department of History and Civilization)

Examiner:
Giorgio Riello (EUI - HEC)
Anna Bellavitis (Universitè de Rouen)
Valentina Sapienza (Università Ca’ Foscari)

Supervisor:
Luca Molà (EUI and University of Warwick)

Location:
On Zoom -
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Seminar series: Immigration and Multicultural Citizenship in Europe: Insights from the Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities


Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies

Multicultural citizenship, a system of group-differentiated rights for minority cultural groups, is now a common feature of most domestic legal orders in Europe. The conventional view, widely reflecte...


Contact:
Ms. Valentina Bettin (EUI) - Send a mail

Organiser:
Prof. Maarten Vink

Speaker:
Timothy Jacob-Owens

Location:
Online - Zoom
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Online Debate: Linking Emissions Trading Systems


Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies

The Linking Emissions Trading Systems webinar aims at summarising the Carbon Market Policy Dialogue about the relevance and challenges of linking emissions trading systems (ETSs). Following the Online...


Contact:
Chiara Canestrini (EUI - R.Schuman Center) - Send a mail

Location:
Outside EUI premises -
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Working group: Falling short of ambitions? Heterogeneities in educational choices and their consequences among children of immigrants in France


Department of Political and Social Sciences

A presentation by Alessandro Ferrara within the Inequality Working GroupSecond-generation immigrant students tend to make more ambitious educational choices than native students after controlling for ...


Contact:
Monika Rzemieniecka (EUI - Department of Political and Social Sciences) - Send a mail
CLIC Inequality Working Group - Send a mail

Organiser:
Prof. Fabrizio Bernardi
Prof. Juho Härkönen

Location:
via zoom -
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Special Event: High-Level Policy Dialogue on Donbas' Future (Fourth Meeting)


School of Transnational Governance

The presidential and parliamentary elections of April and July 2019 have led to a significant shift in Ukraine’s political environment and policies, including with respect to the handling of the speci...


Contact:
STG Conferences - Send a mail

Location:
Online - Online
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Thesis defence: Beyond Order and Disorder. Crowd Behaviour in Kristiania in the 1890s


Department of History and Civilization

This dissertation is a local history of crowd formation and crowd action in the city of Kristiania (today Oslo) in the 1890s. This was a decade of turbulent labour relations and one in which we can lo...


Contact:
Francesca Parenti - Send a mail

Defendant:
Tiago Matos (EUI - Department of History and Civilization)

Examiner:
Prof. Laura Lee Downs
Prof Kevin Passmore (Cardiff University)
Knut Kjeldstadli (University of Oslo)

Supervisor:
Pieter Judson

Location:
via ZOOM - via ZOOM
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Research seminar: Europe in the World: Why does Foreign Direct Investment still flow into Democratic Backsliders? Evidence from Eastern Europe


Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies

As countries transitioned to democracy, particularly in Eastern Europe, they did so with the hope of attracting foreign direct investment (FDI). In tandem, many scholars theorised on, and demonstrated...


Contact:
Mia Saugman - Send a mail

Organiser:
Ulrich Krotz (EUI - RSCAS)
Robin Markwica (EUI)

Speaker:
Julia Gray (EUI)

Location:
Online - Zoom
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Working group: Qualitative and Fieldwork Working Group (by Zoom)


Department of Political and Social Sciences

The Qualitative and Fieldwork Working Group is a knowledge exchange and community hub for researchers, fellows and faculty members with an interest in fieldwork, ethnography, interviewing and qualitat...


Organiser:
prof Jeffrey T. Checkel (European University Institute)
Dr. Caitlin Procter

Contact:
Wolfgang Minatti (EUI) - Send a mail

Location:
Outside EUI premises -
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Working group: Exploring all avenues on Human Rights Day: Methods and Methodology in Human Rights Research


Department of Law

On the occasion of the 2020 Human Rights Day, a panel of researchers from the Law Department will discuss tools and techniques for dealing with contested subjects and large amounts of information, fro...


Location:
Outside EUI premises - ZOOM
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Working group: Karen Jeffrey (King's College London) gives a talk on 'Automation and the American Dream: How Will Redistributive Preferences Evolve as More Work is Automated?', in the Political Behaviour Colloquium


Department of Political and Social Sciences

Online via ZoomPolitical Behaviour ColloquiumPresenter: Karen Jeffrey (King’s College London) [co-authored by Konstantinos Matakos (King’s College London)] Abstract: We investigate how Americans’ redi...


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Political Behaviour Colloquium - Send a mail

Organiser:
Prof. Elias Dinas (EUI - Department of Political and Social Sciences)
Álvaro Canalejo Molero (EUI - Department of Political and Social Sciences)
Nerea Gándara Guerra (EUI - Department of Political and Social Sciences)

Speaker:
Karen Jeffrey (King's College London)

Location:
via Zoom -
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Seminar: Comparative Law and its Methodology


Department of Law

This course aims to give researchers an understanding in the main debates of comparative law and its methods. They will be made familiar with the principal features of a range of domestic and transnat...


Contact:
Law Department Administration - Send a mail

Speaker:
Mathias Siems (EUI)

Location:
Outside EUI premises -
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