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New Challenges for the European Union

Conference venue: Prague (Czech Republic)
Period: Nov. 9 - 10, 2011 
Deadline for submitting abstracts: Jun. 30, 2011
Deadline for submitting full papers: Oct. 12, 2011

Description of the Conference

The 1st Annual Conference on European Studies offers a unique opportunity for young researchers and PhD. Students to present their research and exchange ideas. The Ph.D. Conference on European Studies is a part of the 1st Annual Conference on European Studies. This event is granted by the Project IG210011 (Internal Grant of the Faculty of International Relations, University of Economics, Prague). Papers presented on this special event will be published in a conference proceeding of young researchers. The event is supposed to offer an opportunity to present various contributions on current issues related to the European Union. Three main panels under leading of experts will ensure high quality environment for multidisciplinary discussion on EU topics.

Eligible topics for the conference

Conference welcomes papers on topics related to European integration, politics, economics, law and other topics concerning the European Union.



Guidelines for submission

Please limit your paper abstract to 250 words maximum. All abstracts must be submitted online, via the registration site. Follow this link to submit your abstract and register!


Information & contacts

Centre for European Studies
University of Economics in Prague
Sq. W. Churchill 4, Prague 130 67
Czech Republic
tel.: 00.420.224.095.230
fax: 00.420.224.095.5233


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