EUI Ph.D. theses awarded prizes during the 2017 Degree Conferring Ceremony
Some EUI Ph.D. theses defended in the past academic year have been awarded with prestigious prizes during the Degree Conferring Ceremony on 9 June 2017.
Find them on Cadmus, the EUI Research Repository:
Haakon Ikonomou, Europeans : Norwegian diplomats and the enlargement of the European Community, 1960-1972 – Awarded the ‘Prize for the Best Thesis in EU Integration’ (Open Access)
Vincent Maurin, Information and credit frictions in financial markets – Awarded the ‘Vilfredo Pareto Prize for the Best Doctoral Thesis in Economics’ (Open Access)
Charlotte Haberstroh, The politics of equal opportunities in education : partisan governments and school choice reform in Sweden, England, and France, 1980-2010 – Awarded the ‘Linz-Rokkan Thesis Prize in Political Sociology’
Vera Pavlou, Migrant domestic workers in the European Union : the role of law in constructing vulnerability – Awarded the ‘Mauro Cappelletti Prize for the Best Thesis in Comparative Law’