The successful candidate will be part of the ERC-funded project The Making of a Lopsided Union: Economic Integration in the European Economic Community, 1957-1992 (EURECON). The position is for 2 years.
Applications are invited for one 3-year PhD scholarship in Economic and Social History at the University of Glasgow, within the framework of the ERC-funded EURECON project.
The aim of this workshop is to explore the contribution, purposes, and limits of the use of prosopographical methods in international and economic history. The workshop will take place on 17-18 May 2018 at the EUI in Florence. Deadline for applications is 19 March 2018.
Un rapport révélé par Le Monde propose de limiter la récolte d’archives à ce qu’il nomme des « archives essentielles ». Tous les historiens ressassent, depuis quelques jours, cette expression à l’emporte-pièce, car elle touche au cœur de notre travail. Pourquoi et comment ? J’ai voulu détailler un petit exemple tiré de ma propre recherche pour le montrer.
Franco-German relations as the ‘engine’ of European integration are widely perceived to have stalled in recent years. This policy contribution assesses what the Franco-German relationship can achieve, what its shortcomings are, and what it means for the wider governance of the euro area and the European Union.
EURECON is a 5-year project financed by €1.5 million Starting Grant from the European Research Council (ERC). The goal of the EURECON project is to explore European policymakers’ views about how to make the organisation of the European Economic Community (EEC) fit for the creation of a single currency, from 1957 to 1992. The project will examine the origins of the issues that are currently bedevilling the European Union (EU) by investigating the period between the creation of the EEC in 1957 and the decision to create a European single currency in 1992.