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In memory of our mentor Peter Mair

By on August 23, 2011
Peter Mair

On 15 August 2011 our mentor Peter Mair, Professor of Comparative Politics at the EUI, suddenly passed away. Peter was a truly gracious and attentive mentor. Arriving at the EUI we bore the many uncertainties and doubts that naturally come with being at the very start of our careers. With his steadfast encouragement, sound advice, […]

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CADMUS, Making Your Research More Accessible!

By on July 13, 2011
Cadmus

Cadmus, the EUI research repository, contains the records of more than 10,000 publications by current and former EUI members, and is visited more than 200,000 times a year. Remember to submit regularly all your publications to [email protected] You can increase the visibility of your research by placing the full text of your articles online. Follow […]

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Newsletter 1 Spring 2011

Welcome: Reflections on the first 5 years of the Max Weber Programme

By on April 11, 2011

By Ramon Marimon, Director of the Max Weber Programme, European University Institute  In its first five years of existence the Max Weber Programme has proved to be a unique and pioneer experience in post-doctoral education in the Social Sciences and Humanities. Now that the post-doctoral phase of a research and academic career is starting to […]

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News from the Academic Careers Observatory

By on April 11, 2011

By Igor Guardiancich, Academic Careers Observatory, MWP March 2011 marks the 4th year since the establishment of the Academic Careers Observatory (ACO) of the Max Weber Programme. Since then, the Observatory has been assisting young scholars at all stages of their career through its online resources. The website provides a comparative framework for reflection on […]

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