“Among the many lessons of the past year is that global governance does not always – or even often – take place at the global level. Instead, what we see as ‘world order’ is actually the coming together of a variety of institutions, policies, and practices developed in diverse communities to tackle problems …” Read the programme’s latest newsletter, introduced by Erik Jones.
“The ongoing pandemic, Russia’s war in Ukraine, the rise in energy and food prices, the tensions between the United States and China, and the continued disruptions of supply chains and financial markets formed the backdrop for our study of global governance during the past academic year.” Read the programme’s latest newsletter, introduced by Erik Jones.
“While there is much debate in Italy about whether a form of ius soli should be introduced, we find that the most relevant question is under which conditions this should be done.” Read more about the new study by Victoria Donnaloja and Maarten Vink.
On 1 July 2022, eleven productive years of research on indicators in global governance led to the inauguration of the latest research area of the Global Governance Programme (GGP) on ‘Knowledge, Governance, Transformations’.
On 26 May, a new research area ‘Southeastern Europe: Transitions, prospects, crossroads’ has been launched at the Robert Schuman’s Global Governance Programme (GGP). Led by Jelena Dzankic, this new initiative will bring together r the community of scholars based at the EUI working on topics related to Southeastern Europe.
My term as director of the Global Governance Programme started on 1 September. I was fortunate both to inherit the excellent team forged by Brigid Laffan and to join alongside Stephanie Hofmann (see note below). What I have learned about the program is the amazing wealth of…
The final academic conference of the RESPECT project aimed at discussing the project’s research findings, while reflecting on policy implications and possible directions of future research.
The 2021 World Trade Forum, co-organised with the World Trade Institute at the University of Bern which took place on 14-15 October, brought together leading trade practitioners and scholars, government officials, and representatives of international and non-governmental organisations.
Realising Europe’s soft power in external cooperation and trade (RESPECT) is a research project funded by the European Commission under Horizon 2020 (GA 770680) for the period 2018 – 2021. A workshop aiming to present and discuss the main findings of RESPECT project research with the Brussels community.
In this new VoxEU ebook edited by Bernard Hoekman, Tu Xinquan and Wang Dong, teams of mostly Chinese and European experts reflect on key challenges confronting the global trading system and offer pragmatic suggestions for rebooting multilateral cooperation.