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18
Apr
2019

Behavioural Patterns of Costly Signalling

How to credibly communicate information when there is a conflict of interest is a question of practical importance in many domains. Although social science...
11
Apr
2019

Lisa Young – Professor, University of Calgary (title to be confirmed)

TBC About the presenter: Lisa is an accomplished scholar in the area of Canadian politics, with a particular research focus on political parties, election...
04
Apr
2019

Brexit, Referendums and Deliberative Democracy

"We want another referendum but one based on facts”, wrote the philosopher A.C. Greyling recently. In an ideal world, referendums (like all other democratic...
03
Apr
2019

Which Degree of Integration Between Science and Public Policy? Food Safety in France

This Europa Policy Lab is presented with the support of the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union. Promoted as a guarantee of neutrality and rigour, the...
01
Apr
2019

New Trends and Issues in European Food and Agricultural Policy

This Jean Monnet Europa Policy Lab is presented with the support of the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union. The European Union’s agricultural policy has...
28
Mar
2019

Brexit and the UK Parliament: Challenges and Opportunities

Richard Whitaker's slide from this lecture are available at the bottom of this page. Audio recording coming soon. Brexit has been dominating the UK...
28
Mar
2019

Endogenous Institutions and Constitutional Manipulation in Dictatorships

Much of the existing comparative dictatorships literature is concerned with the effects of authoritarian institutions on survival. Given the...

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