Department of Economic History and International Relations

  1. You are here:
  2. Start
  3. Department of Economic History and International Relations

Important dates

utrop

Information to students at the Department of Economic History and International Relations

Information about teaching for the fall semester 2020 at the Department of Economic History and International Relations

sebastian larsson

Sebastian Larsson - 'The Civil Paradox'

Sebastian Larsson recently published the article 'The Civil Paradox' in the International Journal of Migration and Border Studies. The article critically analyses the role of so-called civil security for arms companies.

Mark Rhinard

Professor Mark Rhinard wins Best Article in 2019 prize

The article ‘The Crisisification of Policy‐making in the European Union’ has won the Best Article in 2019 prize from the Journal of Common Market Studiea.

Sieps-report1

New Sieps Report on Eurozone Reforms

Lisa Dellmuth, Magnus Lundgren and Jonas Tallberg have recently published a Sieps report about "State Interests and Bargaining Power in the Reform of the Eurozone". The study of the 2010–2015 reforms that will help us understand the dynamics of the ongoing process.

Schedules

Athena, My Studies, Webmail

My University
Stockholm University Graduate School
Library