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Events | Newsletter 1 Spring 2011

Events – Hobbes

By on April 11, 2011

5th Classics Revisited Conference, 30 March 2011 by Michael Sevel, Max Weber Fellow 2010-2011 On March 30th, the Weber Fellows hosted the 5th Classics Revisited Conference on “Hobbes and the Modern State: A 21st Century Interdisciplinary Perspective”. Speakers included an impressive panel of Hobbes scholars and political theorists, from the EUI and beyond. Eleanor Curran […]

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Events | Newsletter 1 Spring 2011

Events – Institutional Independence

By on April 11, 2011

Multidisciplinary Research Workshop, 6 April 2011, Villa La Fonte: “Non-majoritarian institutions: credibility, efficacy, embeddedness” by Yane Svetiev, Max Weber Fellow 2010-2011 The Max Weber Programme hosted an interdisciplinary workshop exploring the theme of Institutional Independence. The workshop, which was organised by members of the Law Academic Practice Group of the MWP and was supported by […]

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Events | Newsletter 1 Spring 2011

Events – Crises Conference

By on April 11, 2011

 Learning from Global Economic Crises: Lessons for and from the Social Sciences, 11 May 2011, Villa la Fonte The upcoming conference on Global Economic Crisis is jointly organized by the Pierre Werner Chair (RSCAS) and the Max Weber Programme. Global economic crises, such as the European Crisis of 1931, or the still unresolved current crisis, […]

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