On Thursday 23rd June 2016 the UK will vote in a referendum to remain in or leave the European Union. What might the vote mean for UACES and its members? The date will have come and gone by the time we go to press. So here we look ahead by revisiting the past. We recall […]
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Round-up of writing and conversation by UACES members on the UK’s vote to leave the EU. This includes pieces published before and after the referendum vote. If you are a UACES member and would like your piece featured below please email email@example.com Pieces are ordered by publication date with the most recent at the top […]
As part of their original bid to become editors of JCMS Michelle Cini and Amy Verdun set themselves a number of goals during their tenure. These included (amongst others) making JCMS into a truly interdisciplinary journal, increasing the economics ranking of the journal and turning the JCMS website into a unique resource for subscribers and […]
UACES supported the organisation of two interdisciplinary workshops on Crisis and Innovation in the European Union: Beyond Populism and Managerialism at Warwick Law School. The British Academy and the Society of Legal Scholars provided additional financial support. The workshop on the 13 May 2016 brought together experts working on institutional corruption, financial regulation, internal market […]
This seminar was supported by UACES and was held at the Aleksanteri Institute, the Russian and Eastern European Studies centre of excellence at the University of Helsinki. The event was also supported with funding from the Aleksanteri Institute and The Finnish Centre of Excellence in Russian Studies. Presentations were given in two roundtables. In the […]
I’m writing in my capacity as UACES Chair on the day after the UK voted by referendum to leave the EU. UACES began its life in December 1967 before the UK joined the then EEC, and I see no reason for us not to continue with our mission as the UK negotiates its exit, and thereafter. That mission […]
UACES published its first ever newsletter – Number 0 – in July 1968, and the publication has been in continuous production ever since. The first item in that initial number was a statement of the aims of the Association, which read as follows: To promote teaching and research in contemporary European Studies, in fields such […]
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