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Erik Jones
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Matthias Matthijs 16h
Just got a call from Dean . It’s official! ’ Trustees approved my promotion to Associate Professor with Tenure last Friday 12/6/2019. For now, let me single out , & , who were there from the very start.
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R. Daniel Kelemen Dec 7
Yes - that is close to the subject of another paper of mine with & . We almost titled it “half-baked integration” or something like that !
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Dermot Hodson Dec 6
My article with in on Franco-German plans for the Future of Europe Conference. Might be of interest to
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Anand Menon Dec 6
'on the evidence so far, in London at least, the Conservatives appear to be pretty much matching Labour where it matters’. Really interesting by and on the campaign in London
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Erik Jones Dec 5
I have to agree. I just gave a lecture two days ago at LUISS on the current democratic turmoil and used the ESM debate as a fulcrum. A group of first-year undergrads came up after to thank me for providing a context for the debate. It was unsuspected but gratifying.
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Erik Jones Dec 5
Nice piece by ⁦⁩ on Italy’s polarization around Europe and the importance of the public debate on ESM reform. Edicola: discutere di europa fa solo bene
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Jericho Chambers Dec 2
“European institutions are designed to let national political leaders in and not keep them out.” The view from Europe: explores why the is so vulnerable to :
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Angelo Martelli Dec 1
Good read while finishing up slides for tomorrow's Concepts in Pol Econ lecture on "Tension between commitment and flexibility"
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Alessandro Merli Dec 2
Apology (if that is what it was) comes too late to help Weidmann's bid to succeed Draghi and is probably too late to stem German public hostility against "Germany pulls back from recent overt criticism of ECB" di
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Paul Adamson Dec 2
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Erik Jones Dec 1
Replying to @MerliAless @ALeipold
Sono completamente d'accordo. E il problema e profondo.
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Erik Jones Dec 1
If you are trying to understand how reform of the European Stability Mechanism became front page news in Italy, you can either open a bottle of wine, read this, or both.
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Daniele Albertazzi Dec 1
The European Stability Mechanism is to Italy what the Custom Union is to the UK. There are three people in the country who understand how it works (or would work), none of them is a political leader, but boy, it feels SO GOOD to be able to bash it with a long stick...
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Erik Jones Dec 1
Commissioner Gentiloni has realized that for European macroeconomic governance, all roads lead back to Rome.
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Mark Hallerberg Nov 28
We have three positions relevant for econ/political economy types, all open rank: Macro-Economics, International Political Economy, and Sustainability. The deadline for the latter two positions is tomorrow. Hertie is a terrific place to work. More here:
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Erik Jones Nov 27
Students cannot fund the future of higher education; universities will have to look elsewhere.
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govandopp Nov 28
MT : "Recognizing that voters’ political preferences are more complex than a dichotomous party-vote allows, we propose the ‘assembly ballot’" - Victor Ellenbroek, Maurits J. Meijers and article
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Filippo Taddei Nov 28
kicks off "Italian Politics after the populist government" conference organized by e at . Impressive data regarding drop in support for Europe while Italian economy slowed down. Any political reform need to address both
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Erik Jones Nov 28
Talking Italian politics with Italy’s newest resident political scientist! Great to have Thomas Christiansen at LUISS.
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Alessandro Merli Nov 26
The with a useful reminder of a vintage always worth relaunching "Broken: monetary policy" via
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