The EUI Library has collected over the years the most important publications of Prof. Joseph Weiler, recently appointed as the new president of the EUI starting in September 2013. His areas of research are European integration, comparative constitutional law and WTO and international economic law. He started his academic career at the EUI where he […]
EUI authors contribute to new e-book on banking union as European Council sets timetable for Single Supervisory Mechanism
On Friday, 19 October, the European Council announced a preliminary timetable for the setting up of a Single Supervisory Mechanism (SSM) for the European banking sector. The communiqué and closing press conference video are on the Council site. The SSM is due to be established in 2013. Three EUI scholars are among the 15 contributers to Banking Union for Europe: risks and challenges an e-book published by CEPS/Vox.EU on Thursday, 18 October.
All books on the F.T. 2012 shortlist are now in the EUI Library. The winner will be announced on the 1st of November. The shortlist is: Why Nations Fail: the origins of power, prosperity and poverty by Daron Acemoglu and James Robinson (EUI shelfmark 338.9 ACE); The Hour Between Dog and Wolf: risk-taking, gut feelings and the biology of boom and bust by John Coates (155.24 COA); Private Empire: ExxonMobil and American power by Steve Coll (338.76223380973 COL); Steve Jobs: the exclusive biography by Walter Isaacson (621.39092 ISA); What Money Can’t Buy: the moral limits of markets by Michael J. Sandel (174.4 SAN) and; Volcker: the triumph of persistence by William L. Silber (332.110 SIL).
The Datastream Navigator (data series finding tool) is upgraded with new features – including a ‘match series-as-you-type’ enhancement – from 29 September. Details of Datastream access for EUI members is explained on this Library page. There will be an introduction to macroeconomic statistics resources on Wednesday, 3 October, in the Library training room.
Recently, an Italian EUI researcher was filling in her PhD-thesis bibliography when, suddenly, she realized that there was no citation style for quoting Italian items in the default citation style repository of Zotero. In this video I suggest a possible path to deal with this issue. Obviously, the same steps might be followed in order […]