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Welcome to LSEE - Research on South Eastern Europe!

LSEE - Research on South Eastern Europe is a research unit based at the European Institute| of the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). Bringing together and further developing the School's expertise on South Eastern Europe, LSEE provides a significant platform for high quality, independent research, across three broad streams of Social policy, regional policy and labour markets; European integration, macroeconomic policy and institutional reform; and International relations, minorities, security and state-building. Through its busy agenda of public events| and academic meetings, LSEE aims at facilitating public dialogue and the dissemination of scientific knowledge on the region.South East Europe at LSE| is the research unit’s widely read blog.

LSEE is closely affiliated to two other research units at the European Institute: the Hellenic Observatory| & the Contemporary Turkish Studies Programme|.

SPOTLIGHT:

Andrea Capussela 

Dr Andrea Lorenzo Capussela, presenting his new book 'State-Building in Kosovo: Democracy, Corruption and the EU in the Balkans' at LSE this week. Read more about it here|.


  LSEE Paper 6

New publication:
The Limits, Dilemmas, and Paradoxes of Turkish Foreign Policy: A Political Economy Perspective|
by Beyza Ç. Tekin, Assistant Professor, Galatasaray University and R. Barış Tekin, Associate Professor, Marmara University

LSEE Papers on SEE|

 

Recent events

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7-8 May, 2015
Workshop: Resistance or   Resilience? New Avenues of activist citizenship in Southeast Europe|
Closed Roundtable event
Organised by the School of Politics and International Relations at Queen Mary University & LSEE - Research on South Eastern Europe, LSE

 
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Monday, 11 May 2015
Book Launch: State-Building in Kosovo: Democracy, Corruption and the EU in the Balkans|
with Dr Andrea Lorenzo Capussela (author)
Venue: Cañada Blanch Room, (COW 1.11),  1st floor, Cowdray House, LSE, London WC2A 2AE
Time:18:00-19:30
The paper that accompanies this book, containing part of the evidence used in Chapter 5, on the rule of law, is available here|.

 


 

LSEE Paper 6

ISSUE 6- The Limits, Dilemmas, and Paradoxes of Turkish Foreign Policy: A Political Economy Perspective|
Authors: Beyza Ç. Tekin, Assistant Professor, Galatasaray University and R. Barış Tekin, Associate Professor, Marmara University
Click here| for all LSEE Papers

 
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Engagement without Recognition: The Limits of Diplomatic Interaction with Contested States
Author: Dr James Ker-Lindsay, Senior Research Fellow on the Politics of South East Europe, LSE
International Affairs, Volume 91, Number 2, March 2015

 
Social Consequences
The Social Consequences of the Global Economic Crisis in South East Europe
|Editors: Drs Will Bartlett (LSEE) & Milica Uvalić (University of Perugia)
 
Decentralization
Decentralization and Local Development in Southeast Europe
|Editors: Drs Will Bartlett (LSEE), Sanja Maleković (Institute for International Relations, Zagreb) & Vassilis Monastiriotis(LSEE)
Palgrave Macmillan
 
CivilSociety&TransitionsintheWB
Civil Society & Tranistions in the Western Balkans
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Editors: Drs Vesna Bojičić Dželilović, James Ker-Lindsay & Denisa Kostovicova
Palgrave Macmillan Book Series-New Perspectives on South East Europe
 
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ISSUE 5- Promoting Democracy in the Western Balkans After the Global Economic Crisis |
Authors: Adam Fagan (Queen Mary, University of London) & Indraneel Sircar (University of Essex) 
Click here| for all LSEE Papers
 
FrenPublication2012
Labour Market and Skills in the Western Balkans |
Editors: Drs Mihail Arandarenko & Will Bartlett
FREN (Foundation for the Advancement of Economics) & LSE
 
Foreign Policy of Counter Secession
The Foreign Policy of Counter Secession-Preventing the Recognition of Contested States  |
Author: Dr James Ker-Lindsay, Senior Research Fellow on the Politics of South East Europe, LSE
Oxford University Press
 

 

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