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20 · DECEMBER · 2018

IBEI Research Seminars 2018-19: 2nd Semester

During the course 2018-19, IBEI has organised a series of research seminars, which normally take place once a week. For this second semester, we count with IBEI researchers Fulya ApaydinHéloïse BerkowitzCharles Roger, and Juan Carlos Triviño as well as international speakers like Bernardo Rangoni (European University Institute & IBEI), Lucia Dammert (Universidad de Santiago de Chile), Michael Smith (University of Warwick) and Andrew Canessa (University of Essex).

Check the Research Seminars to be held in January and February 2019:

14 January 2019 · 13:30

The creation of a European regulatory agency for telecoms and its limits.
Bernardo Rangoni (European University Institute & IBEI). 
Venue: Room 24.120 (First floor). Mercè Rodoreda 24 building. More info & registration

21 January 2019 · 13:30

Police legitimacy in Latin America. Is it possible?. 
Lucia Dammert (Universidad de Santiago de Chile). 
Venue: Room 24.019 (Ground floor). Mercè Rodoreda 24 building. More info & registration

28 January 2019 · 13:30

Islamic Finance and Development: taking stock and moving forward. 
Fulya Apaydin (IBEI). 
Venue: Room 24.120 (First floor). Mercè Rodoreda 24 building. More info & registration

4 February 2019 · 13:30

Playing solo or collaborating? Coopetitive strategies for creating a new market in the sharing economy, the case of crowdfunding. 
Héloïse Berkowitz (IBEI). 
Venue: Room 24.120 (First floor). Mercè Rodoreda 24 building. More info & registration

11 February 2019 · 13:30

Testing the Boundaries of Order? Europe, the European Union and a Changing World Arena. 
Michael Smith (University of Warwick). 
Venue: Room 24.120 (First floor). Mercè Rodoreda 24 building. More info & registration

18 February 2019 · 13:30

Informality and Bias in Studies of International Organization. 
Charles Roger (IBEI). 
Venue: Room 24.120 (First floor). Mercè Rodoreda 24 building. More info & registration

25 February 2019 · 13:30

Hobbes’ Border Guards or Evo’s Originary Citizens? Indigenous People and the Sovereign State in Bolivia. 
Andrew Canessa (University of Essex). 
Venue: Room 24.120 (First floor). Mercè Rodoreda 24 building. More info & registration

🔎   Check all the forthcoming research seminars
⬇️   Download the poster of the 2nd semester's seminars
📷   Access to the seminar's pictures