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NEWS

“Marthe Engelborghs-Bertels Prize of Sinology” to GEM Alumni

[18-05-2018] GEM PhD School Alumni, Dr. Coraline Goron has received the "Marthe Engelborghs-Bertels Prize of Sinology" for her doctoral thesis on "Climate Revolution or Long March? The Politics of Low-Carbon Transformation in China (1992-2015). The Power Sector as Case Study", completed under an Erasmus Mundus Joint Doctorate between the Université libre be Bruxelles and the University of Warwick.

The prize is awarded every five years by the Royal Academy for Overseas Sciences (BE), and 2018 is the very first year for the awarding of the prize.

Our warmest congratulations to Coraline!

New Publication in the GEM Book Series (Routledge)

[16-04-2018] The GEM (Globalisation, Europe, Multilateralism) Series’ edited volumes, monographs and textbooks all aim at contributing to further innovation in the fields of European Integration and International Studies. The latest addition to the series, ‘Multiple Modernities and Good Governance’ (edited by Thomas Meyer, José and Luís de Sales Marques) represents the first discussion from a political science perspective of the concept of Multiple Modernities in three dimensions. First taking stock of the discussions of the concept itself, it then connects it to more recently developed analytical and normative concepts that concretize it, before finally opening up a discussion about its implications and consequences for the political dimension.

Written by outstanding scholars in the field, the book addresses four principal concepts – Good Society, Good Governance, Human Security and Varieties of Capitalism. It determines whether and to what degree these concepts enable us to discover the commonalities and differences that distinguish the emerging multiple modernities in our time with respect to their political implications and consequences.

More information here.

open vacancies & FELLOWSHIPS

Marie Sklowodska Curie Actions: Individual Fellowships

[16-05-2018] Experienced researchers from across the world can now apply for funding in the #MSCA Individual Fellowships call.

Support is foreseen for individual, trans-national fellowships awarded to the best or most promising researchers of any nationality, for employment in EU Member States or Horizon 2020 Associated Countries. It is based on an application made jointly by the researcher and the beneficiary in the academic or non-academic sectors.

Application deadline: 12th September 2018
Guide for applicants and applications: via the participant portal here 

LUISS Guido Carli (IT): Research Grant in Political Sciences

[07-06-2018]  The Department of Political Science of LUISS Guido Carli di Roma has issued a notice of a public competition based on qualifications, publications and interviews for the awarding of one research grant in the scientific area of Political Sciences within the framework of the research project “Nudging and Beyond” (Head of the research project: Prof. Michele Sorice). 

Application deadline: 2pm CET, June 17th  2018. Eligibility criteria & how to apply here.

Attract (BE): Grants available for researchers going to Brussels

[04-12-2017] Through the 'Attract - Brains for Brussels' programme, a researcher with a doctorate who has the intention of moving to Brussels can benefit from a financial intervention for a development or innovation scientific research project. Both expatriate Belgian researchers and foreign researchers are targeted by this programme, and the selected researchers will be supported by funding to the host university or higher education institution.

Eligibility criteria & how to apply here.

 

 

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This project receives funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Grant Agreement No 722826.