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ICER in the Media: ARD Weltspiegel

Prof. Andreas Maurer im Weltspiegel vom 12.11.2017 zum Thema "Droht der EU ein Aufstand der Regionen?" (Link)

 

ICER Working Paper Series

funded by Erasmus+

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Veranstaltungshinweis: Ohne Soziales ist Europa nichts

Sozialer Zusammenhalt braucht Sozialinvestitionen

Mittwoch, 13. Dezember 2017 um 19h im Haus der Begegnung, Rennweg 12

Vortrag: Conny Reuter, Moderation: Andreas Maurer

Aus der neuen Reihe "subject" der Universität Innsbruck:

 

Eurovision

subject_04: Europa | Am Anfang war Zeus, der als Stier die Europa raubte. Später kamen die Römer, das Christentum, Kriege, Frieden, noch mehr Kriege, heute der geeinte Kontinent. Aber Europa, was ist das eigentlich?

unter Mitarbeit von Prof. Andreas Maurer

 

(Link)

ICER in the Media: SWR2 Forum

 

Hilft Populismus gegen Populisten?

Österreich vor der Wahl

 

Es diskutieren:

Dr. Alexandra Föderl-Schmid, Süddeutsche Zeitung, München 

Prof. Dr. Andreas Maurer, Politikwissenschaftler, Universität Innsbruck 

Armin Thurnher, Herausgeber und Chefredakteur Falter, Wien 

Gesprächsleitung: Claus Heinrich

 

(Link)

SWR2 Forum - Österreich vor der Wahl
Sendung vom 11. Oktober 2017
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MP3 Audio Datei 41.7 MB

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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About

The Innsbruck Center for European Research (ICER), housed within the Department for Political Science at the University of Innsbruck, brings together research and university teaching facilities on European integration and European Union studies. ICER aims to strengthen the critical and multidisciplinary analysis of the EU, examine the EU’s frameworks for poly-archic, multi-level and –actor governance, provide a forum to stimulate the development of innovative analytical tools and teaching resources, increase the accessibility of information sources on the EU, and to stimulate the debate and research on the EU. The Center is an integral part of Innsbruck University’s Research Center “Governance and Civil Society”, and cooperates with the Research Centers “Föderalismus – Politik und Recht” and the Research Cluster “Alpiner Raum - Mensch und Umwelt“.

 

Research carried out by ICER focuses on three core subjects:

 

Development of and theorizing the EU's primary law and its related socio-political bases

 

Decision-making processes, negotiation strategies and conceptual problems regarding the implementation of EU policies

  • Balancing EMU and reforming European Economic and Social Policy
  • Common Agriculture Policy and structural reforms in the alpine regions
  • International Agreements and the EU’s Common Commercial Policies
  • European Environmental Policy
  • Linking the Open Method of Coordination with traditional, legally binding instruments
  • Consistency of supranational and intergovernmental structures, instruments and processes in the EU's external relations
  • Balancing Security, Freedom, Civil Rights and Justice in EU Justice and Home affairs

Policy preferences of state and civil-society actors in the EU member states