New Research Programme on South East Europe by LSE (LSEE: Research on South East Europe) and IFRI
The John S. Latsis Public Benefit Foundation is exclusive sponsor of the first phase (September 2009-August 2010) of a research programme on South East Europe jointly undertaken by LSEE: Research on South East Europe, a new research centre of the London School of Economics, and L’ Institute français des relations internationales (Ifri). The programme has a number of inter-related objectives:
a. To develop high quality research that makes an original contribution to current policy debates on South East Europe, covering the academic disciplines of economics, political science, international relations and social policy.
b. To foster the development of cooperative networks between IFRI, LSE and partners in South East Europe, serving to build up relevant research and educational capital within the region.
c. To disseminate and engage target audiences in the work and outputs of the research programme; including, most notably, those with direct engagement with policy and planning in South East Europe, both at a local and an E.U. level.
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