Just published: 'Reconciling risk sharing with market discipline: A constructive approach to euro area reform', by a group of independent French and German economists including Professor Jean Pisani-Ferry, holder of the Tommaso Padoa-Schioppa Chair and published by the Center for Economic and Policy Research.

'Demographic Outlook in the European Union 2017' edited by GlobalStat and European Parliament Research Service (EPRS) with new demographics paths and trends in health, migration and labour for the EU population.

Registration is open for 'The Future of Europe as a Cultural Fact. A Conversation with Arjun Appadurai', on 31 January.



Call for a Research Fellow position for a new two-year project on 'The transformation of global governance'. Deadline 1 February.

Check out the ongoing and upcoming Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) organised by the Global Governance Programme, Cultural Pluralism area on 'Why Do People Migrate' and 'Cultural Heritage and the City'. 

Focus on Brexitour academics engage and debate on the meaning and implications of a UK departure from the EU.


Making the most of the Brexit deal, by Jean Pisani-Ferry, published on the Gulf Times on 16 December 2017

New British exceptionalism – no longer in competition for the best and the brightest?, by Anna Tryandafillidou, published on LSE Brexit Blog on 13 December 2017




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