Thank you to all the members of the EUI community who participated in our survey about e-book use in December 2012. We were interested in obtaining feedback directly from you on your awareness about the e-books provided by the EUI Library, your experiences in using them, whether you prefer print of electronic version of titles […]
The German social science infrastructure service GESIS has announced details of this year’s summer school for PhD researchers and academics who would like to learn more about survey methodology in economics, sociology and other fields. The closing date for registration is 1 June. Full details are on this GESIS page.
In the past few weeks, there has been lots of news at the EUI regarding Zotero. In order: (1) Firstly, the troubles between our catalogues and Zotero have now been worked out. Now, EUI users can use Zotero with both the library catalogue (http://biblio.eui.eu) and the discovery tool (http://encore.eui.eu) without encountering any problem of the […]
The Web of Science database was upgraded to version 5.9 this week. The database provides tools for bibliography-building, citation analysis and rankings. New features include; larger clickable targets in the refine panel and in full records; more descriptive error messages when no results are returned; improved searching by organisation / university, and easier navigation for touch pad. A presentation of the Web of Science takes place in the Library training room at 13:30 on Wednesday the 13th of February.
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.