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ERA-CRN members at ECPR

Members of the ERA collaborative research network will be presenting at the 7th General Conference of the European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR) to take place 4-7 September 2013 at Bordeaux:

  • ‘Governments’ strategies for attracting foreign talent’ (Lucie Cerna and Meng-Hsuan Chou) in the panel ‘A Competitive European Knowledge Economy at Times of Crisis: Are the Talents coming?’ (Friday, 6 September, 9.00-10.40)
  • ‘With and without borders – developing instruments for lifelong learning in Europe’ (Mari Elken) in the panel ‘Boundaries of the Europe of Knowledge’ (Friday, 6 September, 11.00-12.40)
  • ‘How to measure autonomy: The European Research Council (ERC) as a case study for new ways of European institutionalization’ (Thomas König) in the panel ‘Constructing the European Research Area in Times of Crisis’ (Friday, 6 September, 15.50-17.30)
  • ‘Shifting Policy Discourses in FP7 and Horizon 2020’ (Mitchell Young) in the panel ‘Constructing the European Research Area in Times of Crisis’ (Friday, 6 September, 15.50-17.30)
  • ‘The Emergence of the European Research Council: Hijacking Basic Research by Geopolitical and Market Semantics’ (Tim Flink) in the panel ‘Constructing the European Research Area in Times of Crisis’ (Friday, 6 September, 15.50-17.30)
  • ‘Towards a “directly deliberative polyarchy?” Experimentalist governance in the European Research Area’ (Inga Ulnicane-Ozalina) in the panel ‘Constructing the European Research Area in Times of Crisis’ (Friday, 6 September, 15.50-17.30)
  • ‘System integration and institutional autonomy. Resilience and change in reforming the governance of the university sector’ (Tatiana Fumasoli) in the panel ‘State-University Relationships at Times of Crisis’ (Friday, 6 September, 17.40-19.00)
  • ‘Beyond European integration: Theorizing higher education and regional integration’ (Pauline Ravinet) in the panel ‘Universities and European Integration at a Time of Crisis: A Double Trust Problem?’ (Saturday, 7 September, 11.00-12.40)
  • ‘Does Academic Freedom Globalize? The Diffusion of the American Model of Education, the Academy, and Academic Freedom’ (Neema Noori) in the panel ‘Universities, International Elites & Knowledge Production: A Global History in the making?’ (Saturday, 7 September, 15.50-17.30)

Please join us for our launch meeting at the ECPR: Friday, 6 September, 13.10-13.55 (Where: room where Europe of Knowledge panels are being held)

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