New professors

Dorothee Bohle joins SPS department

Professor Dorothee Bohle is joining the EUI’s Department of Political and Social Sciences this Autumn as Professor of Political Science.  She arrives at the EUI from the Political Science Department of the Central European University, Budapest, where she was Professor. At CEU she was also affiliated with the Doctoral School of Political Science, International Relations and […]

Corinna Unger joins History Department

The EUI is delighted to announce that Corinna Unger will be joining the EUI’s Department of History as new Professor of Global and Colonial History. Before joining the EUI, Unger was Professor of Modern European History at Jacobs University Bremen, Germany. Her research focuses on global and international history and on the history of colonialism […]

Andrea Galeotti joins Economics Department

The EUI is delighted to announce that Andrea Galeotti will be taking up a Professorship in the Department of Economics. He comes to the EUI from the University of Essex, UK, where he was Professor of Economics. Galeotti’s main area of research is the economics of networks, and in 2011 he was awarded a major ERC-Starting […]

New professors at the EUI

The EUI welcomes four new professors taking up September appointments at the Institute. Professor Deirdre Curtin  is joining the EUI’s RSCAS and the Department of Law this Autumn as Joint Chair in European Law.  She is Professor of European Law at the University of Amsterdam, and the founding Director of  the Amsterdam Centre for European Law and […]

EUI Life meets President Weiler

Professor Weiler sat down with EUI Life to discuss his motivations for returning to his alma mater

Economics Professor receives prestigious ranking

The German business daily Das Handelsblatt has ranked newly-appointed EUI economics professor Matthias Sutter as the second most productive German economist in the period from 2009 – 2013.  2500 academics were included in the evaluation.  Productivity for the Handelsblatt ranking is measured by peer-reviewed publications, where journals are assigned quality-adjusted weights and co-authorship is adjusted for.

Economists joining the EUI

The EUI will welcome three new economists this September. Andrea Ichino, currently a part-time professor at the Institute and a professor at the University of Bologna, will take up the Applied Economics Chair. Ichino was also a Jean Monnet Fellow at the EUI and previously a professor of economics at Bocconi University.     David K. Levine will take up […]