New article for CERiM Online Paper Serie out!

According to Martinho Pires, there seems then to be a normative tension or mismatch between the form and substance of the soft law acts of macroeconomic coordination and the hard law procedures to enforce them.

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Open Call for CERiM Awards

The Centre for European Research in Maastricht (CERiM) will award two prizes in the academic year 2019-2020 to appreciate efforts to integrate research and teaching, and to reward outstanding interdisciplinary research: 

Two publications by young scholars today, stay tuned for more!

 On 22 May 2019 young scholars from UM and across Europe were given the opportunity to present their research during CERiM's 2019 Young Scholars'Forum. CERiM has ...

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Shaping Parliamentary Democracy - Jean-Monnet lecture with Professor Michael Shackleton

On October 8th, in the first edition of the Jean Monnet Lecture Series 2019/2020, Prof. Shackleton presented his new book on ‘Shaping Parliamentary Democracy’.

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Eastern Partnership Workshop

The Eastern Partnership (EaP) was founded in 2009 to strengthen the EU’s relations with six partner countries in its eastern neighbourhood (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine) and to build a common area of shared democracy, p...

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New Jean Monnet Research Network on Single Market Integration

Aneta Spendzharova, Anna Herranz Surrallés, Johan Adriaensen and Sophie Vanhoonacker were successful in securing €300.000 of EU funding to establish a new Jean Monnet Research Network. The Network aims to revitalise the study of EU Single Market Int...

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MA European Studies alum Virginijus Sinkevičius nominated as European Commissioner

The Lithuanian parliament approved the nomination of Economy and Innovation Minister Virginijus Sinkevičius for European commissioner. Sinkevičius graduated from the master’s programme European Studies in Maastricht in 2013.

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Double success for CERiM in the recent Jean Monnet Action scheme of the EU’s Erasmus+ programme

CERiM Director Andrea Ott obtained a Jean Monnet Project (60.000€) entitled ‘Innovating the European Union and transforming Europe’. Aneta Spendzharova, Anna Herranz Surrales and Johan Adriaensen were successful in securing €300.000 of EU fundi...

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CERiM Newsletter (29 April 2019)

The latest issue of the CERiM Newsletter is available.

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Kiran Klaus Patel & Valentina Mazzucato appointed as KNAW members

Kiran Patel, professor of European and global history and Valentina Mazzucato, Professor of Globalisation & Development were both elected members of the Royal Academy of Arts & Sciences (KNAW).

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