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EUI Alumnus Dr Riccardo Crescenzi (London School of Economics) awarded major research grant to study Multinationals, Institutions and Innovation in Europe and beyond

December 12, 2014 in News, Uncategorized

LSE’s Dr Riccardo Crescenzi has been awarded one of the prestigious and highly competitive European Research Council Starting Grants 2014. This is a major research large grant (approximately 1.3 million euros) covering 5 years of cutting-edge research on "Multinationals, Institutions and Innovation in Europe" (Project Title: MASSIVE). The MASSIVE Project: Multinational Enterprises (MNEs) generated value added for ...

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“Return to your Alma Mater: Reconciling economic and social Europe” – Maurizio Ferrera in conversation with Brigid Laffan

October 20, 2014 in Alumni Highlights, Alumni Stories, News, Return to Alma Mater

A discussion between Maurizio Ferrera, EUI Alumnus and Professor of Political Science at the State University of Milan and Professor Brigid Laffan, director of the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced studies. Together they explore the existing tensions between two of the continent’s crowning achievements, the European Union and the welfare state and how each was ...

“Return to your Alma Mater: All history is world history” – Francisco Bethencourt in conversation with Jorge Flores

June 25, 2014 in Alumni Highlights, Alumni Stories, News

EUI Alumnus, Professor Francisco Bethencourt, has published a new book Racisms: From the Crusades to the Twentieth Century. In the second podcast of our ‘Return to your Alma Mater’ series, Bethencourt sits down with Jorge Flores, Vasco da Gama Professor of History of European Colonial and Post-Colonial Systems at the EUI. Racisms: From the Crusades to the Twentieth ...

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EUI Alumna Valentina Spiga wins the René Cassin prize 2014

May 27, 2014 in News

EUI alumna Valentina Spiga has been awarded the René Cassin prize 2014

“Return to your alma mater” – Nadia Urbinati in conversation with Donatella della Porta

May 26, 2014 in Alumni Highlights, News, Return to Alma Mater

Nadia Urbinati is Kyriakos Tsakopoulos Professor of Political Theory and Hellenic Studies at Columbia University in New York. She defended her thesis on “John Stuart Mill and liberalism in Italy in the age of positivism” in 1989 and was awarded Commendatore della Repubblica (Commander of the Italian Republic) in 2008