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Online Debate: Germany’s Renewable Energy Sources Act 2021 – What’s New?


Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies

In 2000, Germany introduced the Renewable Energy Sources Act (EEG) to encourage the generation of renewable electricity, initially via a feed-in tariff scheme. Over the course of the past two decades,...


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

Location:
Outside EUI premises -
Read more Germany’s Renewable Energy Sources Act 2021 – What’s New?

Seminar series: The Politics of Pragmatism: Palestinian Refugees in East Jerusalem and Israeli Citizenship Applications


Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies

The Israeli Citizenship law of 1952 states that Palestinians in East Jerusalem are able to apply for Israeli citizenship in accordance with a number of conditions. Inter alia, these conditions pertain...


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

Organiser:
Prof. Maarten Vink

Speaker:
Dr. Caitlin Procter

Location:
Online - Zoom
Read more The Politics of Pragmatism: Palestinian Refugees in East Jerusalem and Israeli Citizenship Applications

Seminar: The paradox of scrap and the European steel industry’s loss of leadership (1950–1970)


Historical Archives

According to Neil Rollings and Laurent Warlouzet, the historical analysis of the European competition policy has been a priority in the research on institutions but the reaction of companies to these ...


Contact:
Alice Perini (Alcide De Gasperi Research Centre - HAEU - EUI) - Send a mail

Discussant:
Dr. Ruggero Ranieri (Uguccione Ranieri di Sorbello Foundation)

Speaker:
Prof Pablo Díaz-Morlán (University of Alicante)
Prof Miguel Sáez García (University of Alicante)

Location:
Sala A.De Gasperi Villa Salviati - Villa Salviati- Manica
Read more The paradox of scrap and the European steel industry’s loss of leadership (1950–1970)

Lecture: EUI Economics Lecture by Rachel E. Kranton, Duke University


Department of Economics

Social Connections and the Market for News This paper introduces a simple model of the contemporary news market where consumers share stories in their social networks. In this model, consumers want t...


Contact:
Rossella Corridori (Eco) - Send a mail

Organiser:
Prof. Ramon Marimon (EUI - Professor of Economics and Pierre Werner Chair)
Prof. Sule Alan (EUI - Department of Economics)

Speaker:
Prof. Rachel Kranton (Duke University)

Location:
Online - Zoom
Read more EUI Economics Lecture by Rachel E. Kranton, Duke University

Working group: How network analysis can help us out of the corona crisis


Department of Political and Social Sciences

A presentation within the Colloquium on Analytical SociologyDuring the COVID-19 crisis, the predominant model used to predict infections and deaths and to assess non-pharmaceutical interventions is th...


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

Organiser:
Prof. Arnout van de Rijt (EUI - Department of Political and Social Sciences)

Speaker:
Gianluca Manzo (CNRS Paris)

Location:
via zoom -
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Thesis defence: After Reform: Procedural Justice and the Legitimacy of International Institutions


Department of Political and Social Sciences

Legitimacy is a crucial quality that contributes to the effectiveness and longevity of international institutions. However, over the past years, many institutions have faced increased legitimacy chall...


Contact:
Claudia Fanti - Send a mail

Examiner:
Prof. Philipp Genschel (EUI - Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies)
Prof. Daniel Naurin (University of Oslo)
Prof Jonas Tallberg (Stockholm University)

Supervisor:
Prof. Jennifer Welsh (McGill University)

Defendant:
Vegard H. Tørstad (EUI - Department of Political and Social Sciences)

Location:
Outside EUI premises - Via Zoom
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Seminar: Introduction to Qualitative Methods


Department of Political and Social Sciences

This is a course about how to evaluate and conduct rigorous, epistemologically plural qualitative research. It will both introduce you to key concepts and methods – cause and case studies, positionali...


Contact:
Adele Ines Battistini (EUI - Department of Political and Social Sciences) - Send a mail

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

Location:
Seminar Room 2 - Badia Fiesolana
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Seminar: Regulatory Theory


Department of Law

Regulation and governance have become cross-cutting themes in law and the social sciences. Empirically we see an explosion of non-state regulatory networks; supermarkets impose standards on farmers in...


Speaker:
Prof. Peter Drahos (EUI - Law Department)

Location:
Sala del Consiglio - Villa Salviati- Castle
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Working group: Intellectual History Working Group: Reading Group meeting #4: Global Intellectual History


Department of History and Civilization

The Intellectual History Working Group Reading Sessions are back! For the first 2021 session of the IHWG series History in theory, history in use we will talk about global intellectual history(-ies)...


Contact:
Olga Byrska (EUI - HEC) - Send a mail

Organiser:
Elisavet Papalexopoulou (EUI)
Olga Byrska (EUI - HEC)
Ela Bozok
Vigdis Evang (EUI)

Location:
on ZOOM -
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Seminar: Catalysts for Change: Eastern Europe’s Crises


Department of Law Department of Political and Social Sciences

Contact:
Jennifer Rose Dari (EUI - Department of Political and Social Sciences) - Send a mail
Claudia de Concini (EUI - Law) - Send a mail

Organiser:
Prof. Dorothee Bohle (EUI - Department of Political and Social Sciences)
Prof. Gábor Halmai (EUI - Law Department)
Tom Junes (EUI - Department of History and Civilization)

Location:
Seminar Room 2 - Badia Fiesolana
Read more Catalysts for Change: Eastern Europe’s Crises

Working group: Visual and Material History Working Group: Talking about Things #6 Seminar Series – Histories of the Book


Department of History and Civilization

The team of the Visual and Material History Working Group is very happy to invite you to its next event which will take place on the 25th of January at 11:00. For the fifth session of the Talking abo...


Contact:
Ana Struillou - Send a mail

Organiser:
Ana Struillou
Moïra Dato (EUI)
Matthias Ebejer

Location:
on ZOOM -
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Lecture: Book launch: ‘THE FIGHT AGAINST IMPUNITY IN EU LAW’


Department of Law

Dr. Luisa Marin is Marie Curie Fellow at the Law Department of the EUI.Prof. Stefano Montaldo is Associate Professor of EU Law and the Universty of Turin.Chair: Prof. Deirdre M. Curtin (EUI)Introducti...


Contact:
Valeria Raso - Send a mail

Location:
Outside EUI premises - ZOOM
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Thesis defence: State Authority without a Duty to Obey: Challenging the Assumption of Correlativity between Legitimate Authority and Political Obligation


Department of Law

When analysing the moral relationship between the state and its subjects, the majority of scholars subscribe to the principle of correlativity . This is the belief that the state’s political legitima...


Co-Supervisor:
Prof. Luís Duarte d’Almeida (University of Edinburgh)

Contact:
Francesca Grassini (EUI - LAW Department) - Send a mail
Miriam Boussairi (EUI - Department of Political and Social Sciences) - Send a mail

Examiner:
Prof. Richard Bellamy (EUI - Max Weber Programme)
Prof. William Edmundson (Georgia State University)

Supervisor:
Prof. Giovanni Sartor (EUI - Law Department)

Defendant:
Lene Kirstine Korseberg

Location:
Outside EUI premises -
Read more State Authority without a Duty to Obey: Challenging the Assumption of Correlativity between Legitimate Authority and Political Obligation

Seminar: Foundations of Institutional Political Analysis


Department of Political and Social Sciences

Institutions are the second nature of society. Creations of men and women, institutions order social, political, economic and even cultural intercourse. Indeed, institutions constitute the very basi...


Contact:
Adele Ines Battistini (EUI - Department of Political and Social Sciences) - Send a mail

Organiser:
Prof. Philipp Genschel (EUI - Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies)
Prof. Ellen M. Immergut (EUI - Department of Political and Social Sciences)

Location:
Seminar Room 2 - Badia Fiesolana
Read more Foundations of Institutional Political Analysis
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