New Research Programme on South East Europe by LSE (LSEE: Research on South East Europe) and IFRI
15 Oct '09

The John S. Latsis Public Benefit Foundation is exclusively supporting 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:

  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.

For more information please visit LSEE’s webpage.


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