The interdepartmental Europe@LSE research seminar is jointly organised by the Government Department, the International Relations Department and the European Institute. It intends to provide a School-wide forum for research on Europe, beyond the borders of the European Union and in all disciplines. It is open to the academic public but it is hoped in particular that LSE staff and doctoral students doing research in relevant areas become regular attendants so as to create a scholarly community. Seminars usually take place once a month, over a sandwich lunch. The Coordinators for the 2013/14 academic year are Jan Komarek (EI), Eiko Thielemann (EI/GOV), Federica Bicchi (IR) and Steve Woolcock (IR).
For more information, please contact Dr Eiko Thielemann (E.Thielemann@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 email@example.com
Lent Term 2014
Thursday 13 March, 12.30-14.00, 32L.B.01
Arthur Dyevre (University of Leuven)
The German Federal Constitutional Court and European Judicial Politics (title tbc)
Thursday 6 March, 12.30-14.00, 32L.B.07
Madalina Busuioc (LSE, CARR & Department of Government)
'Friend or Foe? Inter-agency Co-operation, Organisational Reputation, and Turf'
Thursday 30 January, 12.30-14.00, 32L.B.11
David Woodruff (LSE, Department of Government)
A Polanyian view of the Eurozone Crisis: Advantages and Limits
Michaelmas Term 2013
Thursday 05 December, 12.30-14.00, CLM.7.03.
Claudio Radaelli (University of Exeter)
The cost of controlling bureaucracy: Policy instruments, trade-offs and cross-country patterns in Europe
Thursday 07 November, 12.30-14.00, CLM.7.03.
Maja Rasmussen (LSE, Department of Government)
Business influence in the European Parliament - Who tips the scales?
Thursday 24 October, 12.30-14.00, CLM.7.03.
Mareike Kleine (LSE, European Institute)
Informal Governance: a new research agenda in EU studies
Thursday 17 October, 12.30-14.00, 32L.LG.06.
Herman Schwartz (University of Virginia)
Babies, Bonds, and Buildings: Policy Implications of the Links among Fertility Rates, Pensions, and Housing Finance Systems.