Emmanuel Comte (MW Fellow 2014-2016) was awarded by the French Ministry of Social Affairs the Prize of the Committee for the History of Social Security for 2015 for his PhD dissertation on “The Formation of the European Migration Regime, 1947-1992”.
The Formation of the European Migration Regime, 1947-1992 investigates how a regime designed to govern international migration movements has been formed in Europe since World War II.
A summary of the article which was recently awarded the Best Paper Award 2015 of the Journal of European Public Policy:
Kuhn, Theresa, and Florian Stoeckel (2014). When European Integration Becomes Costly: The Euro Crisis and Public Support for European Economic Governance. Journal of European Public Policy. 21(4), 624-641.
To be effective, poverty research must be global. Similarly, poverty researchers must meet as partners. These two realizations drove Global Colleagues, the one-to-one academic partnership programme between poverty scholars in the Global North and South, which was recently launched