Celebrating Stefania Galeazzi

On Friday 19 October, friends and colleagues gathered at the Teatro Comunale in Barberino to celebrate the life of Stefania. Music, magic, poetry and drama were staged in a warm and moving tribute to our former colleague. A collection of written tributes, drawings and photographs by those who had known and loved her was presented […]

Sebastian Schwenen wins essay award

Sebastian Schwenen (THINK Team Member and Research Assistant at the Florence School of Regulation) won the European Association for Research in Industrial Economic’s Young Economists’ Essay Award for his ‘exceptionally innovative and high-level paper’ on “Strategic Bidding in Multiunit Auctions with Capacity Constrained Bidders: The New York Capacity Market”. The prize carries an award of […]

Anna Triandafyllidou appointed Programme Director for Cultural Diversity at the Global Governance Programme

As of 1 October 2012, Anna Triandafyllidou is Programme Director and Coordinator of the Research Strand ‘Cultural Diversity’ at the Global Governance Programme. Triandafyllidou was also confirmed for the 3rd consecutive year as the National Expert on Greece for the OECD network of experts on international migration (SOPEMI) and as the National Editor for Greece of […]

Alumni round-up

Alumni round-up lists all the news we have received from our alumni in the past month, organised by matriculation year. 1976 Léonce Bekemans (ECO 1976-1981) is Jean Monnet Chair and Academic Coordinator of the Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence ‘Intercultural dialogue, Human Rights and Multi-level Governance’ at the University of Padua. He announces two new […]

EUDO conference on crisis and democracy

On 22 and 23 November the European Union Democracy Observatory (EUDO), part of the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies (RSCAS), will hosts a conference on ‘The euro crisis and the state of European democracy’

Library blog launches

In September the EUI library officially launched its blog, where staff members report on the latest news from academia both within and outside of the Institute
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Open Access Week

The EUI took part in the global Open Access Week in October, encouraging academics to make their work freely available on the Institute’s online platform, Cadmus

The laws of war

From the Napoleonic Wars to present-day civil war in Syria, a new seminar at the EUI is examining the changing shape of conflict and how this can be governed by international law