EILS

The European Institute Lunchtime Seminar series serves to promote the exchange of ideas and arguments between research students and departmental staff regarding their work in progress in an informal setting. The seminar takes place three times per term during Tuesday lunch hour – members of the EI will be informed about the exact dates at the beginning of each term. The organisers invite both staff members and research students to either present their work or to act as a discussant for a topic related to their own research. Students/staff members who wish to submit their current work should contact Abel Bojar (staff coordinator - A.T.Bojar@lse.ac.uk|) or Sonja Avlijas (student coordinator - S.Avlijas@lse.ac.uk|). 

These seminars are REGISTERED events and advance booking is required.

Spaces are very limited. Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis. To attend, please RSVP to: j.o'connell1@lse.ac.uk|

European Institute 2014/15 Events coming soon.

Lent Term 2014

Tuesday 18 March, 14.30-15.30, CLM 7.03
"Hierarchical and Horizontal Coordination Mechanisms in Conflict: Bureaucratic Politics in the EU Transnational Network of Maritime Safety Authorities"
Speaker: Eva Heims
Discussant: Jan Komárek

Tuesday 18 February, 14.30-15.30, CLM 1.01
"Waiting for the Existential Revolution in Europe"
Speaker: Jan Komárek
Discussant: Lise Herman

Tuesday 4 February, 14.30-15.30, CLM 1.01
“Transaction Costs and Trans-Institutional Cooperation in Bicameral Legislative Politics: the Impact of Key Negotiators”
Speaker: Lukas Obholzer
Discussant: Sara Hagemann

Michaelmas Term 2013

Tuesday 10 December,  14.30-15.30, KSW.2.12
“Europe’s Greatness and its Greatest Idea”
Presenter: Simon Glendinning

Tuesday 26 November,
14.00-15.00, COW 1.11
“The Determinants of Debate on EU Affairs in National Parliaments: A Quantitative Perspective”
Speaker: Julian Hoerner
Discussant: Mareike Kleine

Wednesday 6 November, 14.30-15.30, 32L.G.20
'Origin of FDI and domestic productivity spillovers: does European FDI have a ‘productivity advantage’ in the ENP countries?’
Speaker: Vassilis Monastiriotis
Discussant: Michael Hume

Wednesday 23 October, 14.30-15.30, 32L.G.20
“Family values and female labour supply: an analysis of a recent parental leave policy reform in Germany”
Speaker: Mireia Borrell-Porta
Discussant: Corrado Macchiarelli

 

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