Over half of the semester has passed. We still have some remaining PERG seminars and a guest lecture this semester. Here you can find an overview of our weekly seminars for this fall semester 2014 (and also overview of our past weekly seminars)
Responding to a European Commission warning on Tuesday that the criteria for awarding contracts to build the pipeline must be made public, the Hungarian government said the criteria would be published “in due course” and that objections to the project would be settled in time.
The Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies in Cologne, Germany, invites suitable candidates to apply for postdoctoral fellowships in economic sociology, political economy, or contemporary history.
Applicants must hold a PhD degree or be scheduled to receive it by August 2015.
Fellowships will usually start on October 1, 2015, and will be awarded for one year.
Applications must be submitted by January 31, 2015.
On Monday, April 14, PERG welcomed OECD Analyst and Oxford Lecturer, Lucie Cerna, for a guest lecture on recent changes in high-skilled migration policies in Europe. The event was co-organized by PERG, CEU eduworks, and the School of Public Policy.
We are pleased to invite applications for the next annual Political Economy Workshop in Budapest, Hungary, April 25, 2014. Discussion panels will be organized according to accepted proposals and will be chaired by established scholars and advanced doctoral students. The workshop will take place in parallel with the Annual Doctoral Conference of CEU’s Doctoral School of Political Science, Public Policy, and International Relations. As such, there will be plenty of opportunity for exchange with students and scholars from your own and related fields.