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The book entitled 'A Research Agenda for Public Administration' addresses salient current issues in public administration research.
These seminars provide a series of academic talks into the changing politics and policies of Europe including Brexit and the UK’s changing relationship with the EU.
Sandra Kröger has published a new working paper on the legitimacy of the first Brexit referendum.
Dr Angelos Sepos has published an article titled 'EU Support of Polyarchy? The Case of Morocco' in the European Foreign Affairs Review, the authoritative journal in the field of EU Foreign Policy.
Dr Lamprini Rori has been awarded funding from the LSE Hellenic Observatory to lead a research project "Low-intensity violence in crisis-ridden Greece: evidence from the radical right and the radical left".
Associate Professor, Joasia Luzak, has posted a blog on Google's misinformation to acquire user's consent to constant tracking
Norwegian Consumer Council and seven European consumer organisations have filed a complaint against Google, arguing that Google uses deceptive design and misleading information in order to acquire users' consent to constant tracking
Professor Christos Kotsogiannis is organising a project for the Turing Institute called 'Detecting anomalies in the VAT network'
Developing tools to identify abnormal data events (and fraudulent behaviour) in the VAT transactions network
Eva has taught extensively on set-theoretic methods at invited workshops, doctoral schools, and at BA and MA level. She contributes to the development of pedagogical resources and other innovations in the use and teaching of QCA.
CEG's Clare Dunlop has written blog post on what is the exact causal relationship between corruption in the public sector and regulation?
The blog post was written for the Sussex Centre for the Study of Corruption and is entitled 'Three causal narratives about regulation and corruption.'
SecEUrity project: European Common Defence and shared security in an age of Brexit and Trump kick-off meeting
Catarina Thompson and Jason Reifler at Exeter are project members of the Volkswagen Stiftung funded project.
Call for Papers: 'T11P02 - Case-Oriented and Set - Theoretic Approaches to Comparative Policy Analysis' at the 4th ICPP conference in Montreal, Canada from 26th to 28th June 2019.
CEG's Eva Thomann will be chairing the panel.
Dr. Petros Violakis invites you to his book presentation titled "Europeanisation and the Transformation of EU Security Policy Post-Cold War Developments in the Common Security and Defence Policy"(Routledge, 2018).
Call for Papers: Great Minds, Ideas, Events and People: Ideational Scholarship, Empirical Analysis, and Behavior' to take place at the ICPP conference in Montreal from 26th to 28th June 2019
The panel is being organised by Jonathan Kamkhaji (Exeter), Claudio Radaelli (UCL), Femke van Esch (Utrecht).
Call for Papers: Thibaud Deruelle and Ellie Brooks are inviting submission to form a multi-disciplinary panel on health for UACES 2019
The deadline for abstracts is Friday 14 December.
New Book: 'The State and Civil Society: Regulating Interest Groups, Parties, and Public Benefit Organizations in Contemporary Democracies' Nicole Bolleyer
The State and Civil Society provides a new interdisciplinary theory on why democracies adopt permissive or constraining regulation of civil society organizations
New Book: Trumping the Mainstream: The Conquest of Democratic Politics by the Populist Radical Right.
The book features case studies and comparative research on recent political events in the US, UK, France and Belgium.
New Book: Creating Political Presence: The new politics of democratic representation. Edited by Dario Castiglione and Johannes Pollak
Creating Political Presence: The new politics of democratic representation will be released in 2019
Dr Katherine Tyler has been awarded an ESRC grant for Identity, Belonging and the Role of the Media in Brexit Britain
This project will explore ethnographically the attitudes, beliefs and values of individuals from different social backgrounds and geographical locations regarding questions of immigration, national identity and European belonging in the face of Britain's exit from the EU.
Dr Eva Thomann will act as advisory mandate for Cross-sectional policy analysis for the National Research Programme "Healthy Nutrition and Sustainable Food Production" (NRP 69)
The research programme funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation) explores the link between the predominant diseases of our time and nutrition. Its objective is to remove barriers in food, medical and agricultural research to improve food systems as a whole.
Funding Opportunity: NORFACE will be announcing a new transnational research programme on democratic governance.
NORFACE will be announcing a new transnational research programme on democratic governance. The main focus of this research programme will be on understanding the precise nature of the recent turbulence in democratic politics and governance in Europe, how European states can negotiate it and how they can develop strategies to enhance the quality of democratic politics and governance.
The Academy of Social Sciences is the national academy of academics, learned societies and practitioners in the social sciences. Its mission is to promote social science in the United Kingdom for the public benefit.
‘Squandered value? How to overcome the challenges of joining up government data for statistics and research’ November 19th, Exeter University.
On November 19th the University of Exeter will host Ed Humphries and Catherine Bromley as they present their report on joining Up Data for Better Statistics.
The International Public Policy Association is a non-profit organisation whose aims are to promote and facilitate the study of public policy.
Alison Harcourt spoke on the REF 2021: Insights from 2014 and Key Challenges for the Future panel.
The Volkswagen Foundation has awarded €997 for the multi-national grant titled: ‘Fighting together, moving apart? European common defence and shared security in an age of Brexit and Trump’
From September 2018 to June 2019, Sandra Kröger is a Robert Schuman Fellow at the European University Institute (EUI) in Florence.
This newly published book provides a new, evidence-based perspective on “gold-plating” and better regulation in Europe for scholars, students and practitioners of policy implementation, European integration and Europeanization alike.
Exeter PA Scholars participate at the European Group for Public Administration Annual Conference in Lausanne, Sept 2018
Exeter Public Administration Scholars participated in European Group for Public Administration’s (EGPA) 40th Annual Conference, which took place this year in Lausanne, 3-7 September, attended by over 500 participants from around the world.
We are delighted to announce four new modules from CEG members from the University of Exeter’s Politics department.
Alison Harcourt gives opening speech at Global Internet Governance Actors, Regulations, Transactions and Strategies conference
Alison’s talk considered new and crucial questions concerning internet governance in a context in which connectivity infrastructure is constantly expanding, and internet access is incessantly growing across countries, regions and socio-political contexts
CEG member delivers specialist training on qualitative comparative research techniques
Professor Alison Harcourt to talk at CASS Business School Seminar advancing new democratic views of the economic sphere
Dr Eva Thomann to act as external advisor on a new project to be funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation
Project funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation under their Healthy Nutrition and Sustainable Food Production programme
Professor Alison Harcourt running a conference on 15th Nov at the Houses of Parliament, Portcullis House
Alison Harcourt is organising an ESRC- funded stakeholder workshop in London for her internet professional fora project.
Dr Kröger is co-chairing a section on a ‘problem-driven approach to political representation’ at this year’s ECPR general conference
On Thursday 29 June, an event which brought together retired/semi-retired citizens as well as secondary school aged children, ‘Brexit: A discussion of the UK’s future in Europe’, took place.
Guest post by Claire A. Dunlop and Claudio M. Radaelli on the Paul Cairney: Politics and Public Policy blog.
Professor Alison Harcourt is taking part in an afternoon of debate and discussion, 'Brexit Divisions III: Business and Trade after Brexit' at the UCL European Institute
This was the first of two conferences covering the Digital Single Market.
A University of Exeter researcher has been appointed to be part of a group of leading academics who will provide expert analysis ahead of the forthcoming EU referendum.
A human rights conference held at the Italian Parliament at the end of July heard from Professor Claudio Radaelli, head of the Centre for European Governance, and Laura Harth, a PhD student at Exeter
Alison Harcourt has been awarded £462,921 by the ESRC for a new project on International professional fora: a study of civil society organisation participation in internet governance
Professor Claudio Radaelli, director of the Centre for European Governance, last week provided a briefing session at the Italian think tank ASTRID, where participants included members of the Italian government.
Politics Associate Professor Claire Dunlop recently helped organise the Social Innovation Research Conference (SIRC) at Fudan University in Shanghai.
Doctoral student, Jonathan Kamkhaji, has worked on a WB assignment in Botswana concerning regulatory reform and business climate.
The Centre has developed links with the World Bank over the years and produced scientific papers for their regulatory reform programmes – as evidenced by our REF-2014 submission.
This public engagement event brought together Elisabeth Sweeney of the European Parliament’s Information Office and members of Exeter’s University of the 3rd Age (U3A) to explore situations where we wrongly believe that the European Union (EU) is responsible for initiatives that come from other places
Politics academics from the University of Exeter were involved in leading a three day political science workshop in partnership with Nazarbayev University in Astana, Kazakhstan.
Politics undergraduates involved in a simulation on Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP)
The aim of the simulation is to work with real-life situations and to provide an opportunity for students to engage with and directly apply the materials they have learnt.
New research from the University of Exeter reveals some of the complex reasons why health and safety regulations are used incorrectly and blamed for over-the-top decisions.
Dr Claire Dunlop hosted a public engagement event which brought together civil servants from the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) and members of Exeter’s University of the 3rd Age (U3A) to explore the roots of health and safety myths.
Professor Claudio Radaelli will travel to Portugal to present a major report on lawmaking and smart regulation.
20 October 2014
Call for participants will follow soon. Grants available for early career researchers.
The Secretary of State for Culture, Media & Sport and Exeter graduate, The Rt Hon Sajid Javid MP, returned to campus to discuss the top political issues with current students.
A University of Exeter student enabled citizens and students from Bulgaria living in the South West to vote in the recent Bulgarian General Elections by creating a voting station in Exeter.
New grant to support the development of new research trends in the area of media and communications policy
11 February 2014
Politics doctoral student, Veronique Wavre, has been awarded a "Rapid Response Grant" by the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR) with the support of the Media Program of the Open Society Foundations (OSF).
9 January 2014
Professor Harcourt argues that the European Commission should encourage transparency and Co-ordination in media ownership on LSE's media blog
Event Hosted by the Centre for European Governance
CEG researchers run ESRC workshop on Global Internet Standard Setting