Max Weber Programme
Multidisciplinary Research Workshops The Multidisciplinary Research Workshops are based on input from an invited outside speaker, Fellow or EUI faculty member. They are organized by the MWP following up on suggestions
from Fellows, other recommendations, and the Max Weber Fellows themselves. The aim is to enhance multidisciplinary understanding among the disciplines of the Programme.
The Multidisciplinary Research Workshops 2010-2011 herman schwartz
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(University of Virginia) ‘Uncertainty or Incommensurability? Ideas, Production Structures and the Problems Securing a New and Stable Regime of Accumulation’, 6 October 2010.
Joint workshop by the European Union Democracy Observatory (EUDO), RSCAS, the Center for Studies on Federalism, Sant’Anna Legal Studies, and the Max Weber Programme, EUI. Organized by Bruno de Witte, RSCAS, and Giuseppe Martinico, MW Fellow. 18 March 2011.
(University of Kiel) ‘Weighing Rights’, 10 November 2010.
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(Washington University in St Louis) ‘Intellectual Property Rights’, 1 December 2010. Organized by the ECO Academic Practice Group.
(Georgetown University) ‘Path-dependence in Welfare State Reforms’, 23 March 2011.
(University of Bern) ‘Causality in the Social Sciences’, 4 May 2011. Organized by the SPS Academic Practice Group jérôme adda
(ECO Department, EUI) ‘The Role of Mothers and Fathers in Providing Skills: Evidence from Parental Deaths’, 25 May 2011. Organized by the ECO Academic Practice Group.
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(Spanish National Research Council) ‘Gender and Academic Careers’, 2 February 2011. Organized by the HEC Academic Practice Group.
Joint workshop by the Max Weber Programme and the Global Governance Programme (RSCAS), 6 April 2011. Organized by the LAW Academic Practice
Group including Aneta Jurska-Gawrysiak, Giuseppe Martinico, and Yane Svetiev, MW Fellows.
(Columbia University) ‘Social Norms and the Explanation of Behaviour’, 22 June 2011. Organized by Stéphanie Novak and Giulia Andrighetto, MW Fellows.
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