ExIStA is the UK south west region’s centre for statistical expertise.
Max Weber fellowships and Jean Monnet Fellowships at the European University Institute, Florence. The deadline for applications for the academic year 2012-2013 is 25 October 2011.
MED- DEM, a conference on democratic development in the Mediterranean is confirmed as taking place in Alicante, Spain on 8-10 March 2012.
The Educational Development Unit (EDU) of the IES proudly presents its innovative EU Webinar Series aimed at bringing live and interactive EU learning to the personal computer. Beginning in September 2011, they will be offering a webinars on a diverse range of EU topics including; State-aid, Data Protection in the EU, and EU-China Relations.
The CDSP, a databank and research centre from Sciences Po Paris, seeks to hire a research fellow for 3 years to work on a major project on qualitative data, subsidised within a "big equipment for social sciences" framework.
Two seminars, sponsored by the ELECDEM project, have been organised by the University of Exeter during the EPOP 2011 conference. Dr John Transue and A/Prof Peter Hatemi will present papers over the conference period.
Papers can be submitted by email until 8 September 2011. A number of grants towards travel and accommodation costs will be available to authors selected to present a paper.
24.06.2011 Call for papers - Workshop on Issue-Congruence and Political Communication in Representative Democracies
Papers will be accepted until 1 August 2011.
22.06.2011 AREMSIS training courses in research methodology from qualitative and quantitative perspectives
The Graduate Summer School in Advanced Research Methods and Statistics in Social Sciences (AREMSIS) aims to provide graduate level training for MA and PhD students, and post-doc researchers. The courses are offered between 11- 29 July 2011 at Koç University.
The first conference of the European Political Science Association (EPSA) was held in Dublin, Ireland on 16 - 18 June 2011. Amoung the presenters were six of the ELECDEM project early stage researchers.
The Marie Curie Researchers Symposium will be held in Warsaw on 25 - 27 September 2011. The event will be a great opportunity for current and past Marie Curie researchers to broaden their career perspectives, communicate their research, develop new scientific collaborations and further exploit their potential as Marie Curie fellows.
Powerpoint slides presented by Kenneth Benoit (Trinity College Dublin), Rachel Gibson (University of Manchester) and Peter Neijens (University of Amsterdam, ASCoR) are now available online. The ELECDEM workshop in Advanced Techniques for Political Communication Research: Content Analysis was held in Amsterdam on 20 - 24 March 2011.
The Oslo Summer School in Comparative Social Science Studies 2011 will offer courses from 25 - 29 July and 1 - 5 August 2011. This event is sponsored by the ELECDEM project.
The 7th CEU Conference in Social Sciences “What Follows after the Crisis? Approaches to Global Transformations” will be held at the Central European University (CEU), Budapest on 27 - 29 May 2011.
The Annual EPOP conference will be held at the University of Exeter on 9 - 11 September 2011.
Exchanging Ideas on Europe 2011 (University of Cambridge). The call for papers and panels for the 41st Annual UACES conference closes on Friday 21 January.