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13 décembre 2018

The Relationship between Immigration and the Welfare State

Why do some countries have more selective labour immigration policies than others? Melanie Kolbe, Assistant Professor of International Relations and Political Science at the Graduate Institute, and Elif Naz Kayran, PhD Candidate in International Relations and Political Science, tackle this issue by developing an original measure of skill selectivity in labour immigration policies for industrialised...
30 novembre 2018

Umut Yüksel : I Am Grateful for the Job Opportunites Provided...

Umut Yüksel, PhD Student in International Relations/Political Science I am currently in the fourth year of my PhD in International Relations/Political Science (IR/PS). I was born in Ankara, Turkey, but...

28 novembre 2018

Cédric Dupont: What’s Next for Brexit?

The future relationship between the United Kingdom and the European Union is hinging on the next few days as Prime Minister, Theresa May attempts to glean votes for her Brexit deal before a final vote...

26 novembre 2018

How Can Energy-Pricing Reforms Be Socially Sustainable?

Energy-pricing reforms are indispensable for asserting the real economic value of natural resources and the transition to sustainable development. However, they are often controversial because they impact...

16 novembre 2018

The Role of Litigation on Norm Transformation: Human Rights and...

Given the rising significance of courts in global politics, and the mounting number of environmental cases before human rights courts, Defne Gonenc has focused her PhD thesis in International Relations/Political...