A number of European Institute staff and fellows have recently been promoted.
Recruitment is open for two Academic Directors for the first two cycles of the new Cities Programme. Applications are welcomed until midday on Friday 1st June.
Our colleagues at Université Saint-Louis invite anyone using Elias's 'historical sociology' approach to reflect on issues such as Brexit, legitimacy, security and borders, identification processes.
Funded by UCL, the Rome Hub fosters collaboration with Italian partners, to support research excellence and international mobility across disciplines.
European Institute Academic Director, Piet Eeckhout, has authored a major study for the European Parliament's Committee on International Trade. 'Future trade relations between the EU and the UK: options after Brexit' was published on Wednesday 21 March 2018.