Max Weber Programme for Postdoctoral Studies

Academic Careers Observatory

Academic Careers Observatory will welcome representatives from European and national research agencies

Rise of secularism overplayed

Despite theories predicting its marginalisation, religion remains a significant force around the globe, according to Professor Martin Riesebrodt

Max Weber applications reach record high

The Max Weber Programme received a record number of applications this year, with 1277 researchers applying for the 42 fellowships starting next September

December's Max Weber Lecture

In December’s Max Weber Lecture Tony Molho of the Department of History and Civilization will explore the role history played in the political thought of Niccolò Machiavelli

The politics of taxation

Tax economists should engage with existing policy debates rather than trying to infer public preferences from existing policy, according to Charlie Brendon, Max Weber Fellow at the EUI

EUI economists win grant

Professor Evi Pappa and Max Weber Fellow Eugenia Vella have received a John S. Latsis Public Benefit Foundation grant

Max Weber Fellows’ June conference

The 7th Max Weber Fellows’ June conference will take place 12-14 June at Villa La Fonte. The conference will reflect on the contributions to the Social Sciences and Humanities made by the Max Weber Fellows, while also drawing on the experiences of past and present fellows on how to improve the experience of future fellows. […]