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Thank you for participating in the European Integration and Global Political Economy Network at the CES, Philadelphia. It was a great success!
For those of you who have not done so already, please sign up to our JISC-email list. You can subscribe here. We'd be delighted if you could get active and share information relevant to our research network via this list, particularly in anticipation of next years conference.
Given the quality of papers presented in Philadelphia, we have decided to extend the 2016 Paper Prize, organised in collaboration with Comparative European Politics. This is specifically aimed at PhD researchers, and those who have completed their PhD within the past 36 months. If you fall into this category, we strongly encourage you to submit the paper you presented.
We hope to see you all in Glasgow next year!
The EIGPEN network board
Call for Members
The European Integration and Global Political Economy Research Network is calling for new members. The network aims to build bridges between scholars transnationally, hierarchically, and across disciplinary boundaries. Read more...