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Lent Term Events 2011

Tuesday 25 January 2011, 1-2pm in COW J116, LSE
Presenter: Dr Olaf Cramme (Visiting Fellow, European Institute)
Discussant: Giovanni Faleg (Research Student, European Institute)
"In Search of Leadership"

Tuesday 8 February 2011, 1-2pm in COW J116, LSE
Presenter: Niclas Meyer (Research Student, European Institute)
Discussant: Dr Christa van Wijnbergen (European Institute) 
"Political Contestation under the Shadow of Hierarchy: European Intermodal Transport Standardization and the Threat of Mandatory Compliance" |

Tuesday 1 March 2011, 1-2pm in CON  H101, LSE
Presenter: Dr Anke Hassel (Visiting Senior Fellow, European Institute)
Discussant: Alison Johnston (Research Student, European Institute)
Germany Transformed  |

Tuesday 8 March 2011, 1-2pm in COW J116, LSE
Presenter: Mogens Hobolth (Research Student, European Institute)
Discussant: Dr Spyros Economides (European Institute)
"Wanted and unwanted travellers: explaining similarities and differences in European visa practices" |

 

Michaelmas Term Events 2010

Tuesday 19 October 2010, 1-2pm, COW J116
Presenter: Dr Abby Innes (European Institute)
Discussant: Abel Bojar (Research Student, European Institute)
"Are democratic welfare states compatible with emerging markets? Evidence from Central Europe"|

Tuesday 2 November 2010, 1-2pm, COW J116
Presenter: Tim Vlandas (Research Student, European Institute)
Discussant: Dr Vassilis Monastiriotis (European Institute)
"Disaggregating data on Active Labour Market Programmes: What drives spending on employment subsidies in Europe?"|.  

Tuesday 16 November 2010, 1-2pm, COW J116
Presenter: Dr Marco Dani (Postdoctoral Fellow, European Institute)
Discussant: Madalina Dobrescu (Research student, European Institute)
"Economic and social conflicts, integration and constitutionalism in contemporary Europe" |

Tuesday 25 November 2010, 1-2pm, COW J116
Presenter: Andreas Kornelakis (Research Student, European Institute)
Discussant: Dr Anke Hassel (Visiting Senior Fellow, European Institute)
"Wage Bargaining Tensions in Italian and Greek Banking: The role of employer associability and labour-state coalitions"|

 

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