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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.

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Mistra Geopolitics Phase II - Navigating towards a Sustainable and Secure Future

Research programme funded by Mistra Geopolitics to analyze geopolitics and sustainability (2021-2024).

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Professor Mark Rhinard wins grant for five-year project

Professor Mark Rhinard wins grant on risk governance and securitization in climate change adaptation.

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EU funding for “Worlds of Related Coercions in Work”

Fia Sundevall, associate professor at the Dept. of Economic History & International relations, is part of a large international research network – "Worlds of Related Coercions in work" – which was recently approved funding from the EU's framework programmes (COST actions).

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Lisa Dellmuth has received funding from Formas

Lisa Dellmuth has received 9.7 million SEK for her project on "Glocalizing Climate Governance: The Role of Integrated Governance for a Just and Legitimate Adaptation to Climate Security Risks" from Formas in the "National Research Programme on Climate Future Pathways".