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Welcome to LSEE - Research on South Eastern Europe!

LSEE is a research unit established within LSE's European Institute with the aim of developing the School's expertise on South East Europe. Drawing on the strength of existing and new academic expertise at the LSE, and complementing the work of the Hellenic Observatory and the Contemporary Turkish Studies Programme, LSEE aims to provide a significant platform on which to build high quality, independent research and facilitate public dialogue and dissemination of information on the region. 

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


Upcoming events


Wednesday, 15 October 2014

Book launch: "False Apocalypse - From Stalinism to Capitalism"|

LSEE Research on SEE and Istros Books, with the support of English PEN and the Anglo-Albanian Association, present the book launch of Fatos Lubonja's "False Apocalypse: From Stalinism to Capitalism". The event will be followed by a reception.

Venue: COW1.11, time: 6:00-7:30pm.


Monday, 27 October 2014

A lecture by the Serbian Prime Minister, Aleksandar Vučić|

Tickets will be released on Monday 20 October at this link|. Venue TBC to ticketholders, time: 6:00-7:00pm



Visiting Speaker Programme 


Tuesday, 21 October 2014
Political Orientations and Internal Power-Struggles within the Nationalist Movement in Kosovo, 1968-2008|
Dr Gëzim Krasniqi, SSEES-University College London
Twitter: #LSEEKrasniqi


Tuesday, 04 November 2014
Political Economy of Unemployment in the Western Balkans
Dr Mihail Arandarenko, Belgrade/LSE
Twitter: #LSEEArandarenko


Tuesday, 18 November 2014
The 2013 Belgrade-Pristina Normalization Agreement - What has it delivered|
Dr Joanna Hanson, LSE
Twitter: #LSEEHanson


Tuesday, 2 December 2014
TBC (Seminar details to be announced soon)
Dr John O'Brennan, NUI Maynooth
Twitter: #LSEEOBrennan



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 and Local Development in Southeast Europe
|Editors: Drs Will Bartlett (LSEE), Sanja Maleković (Institute for International Relations, Zagreb) & Vassilis Monastiriotis(LSEE)
Palgrave Macmillan
Civil Society & Tranistions in the Western Balkans
Editors: Drs Vesna Bojičić Dželilović, James Ker-Lindsay & Denisa Kostovicova
Palgrave Macmillan Book Series-New Perspectives on South East Europe
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
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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