The final report of the interdisciplinary research seminar “Towards a new Mediterranean agenda: dynamics and actors at stake”, which was attended by Ángela Suárez, has been published.

Ángela Suárez, faculty member, participated in the seminar “Towards a new Mediterranean agenda: dynamics and actors at stake”, organized by Institut Europeu de la Mediterrània last 30-31 March 2017 in Barcelona . The seminar gathered ten proposals from diverse disciplines and areas of study with the aim of fostering in-depth research from a scholar perspective and identifying the most relevant trends in the region. The final report of all those contributions has been recently published by the IEMed and can be found here:

Towards a new Mediterranean agenda; dynamics and actors at stake

“Western Sahara in the Framework of the New Moroccan Advanced Regionalization Reform”, co-authored by Ángela Suárez and Raquel Ojeda, has been recently published.

The book chapter “Western Sahara in the Framework of the New Moroccan Advanced Regionalization Reform”, co-authored by Ángela Suárez and Raquel Ojeda, has been published in the book Global, Regional and Local Dimensions of Western Sahara’s Protracted Decolonization. When a Conflict Gets Old. The book has been edited by Raquel Ojeda García, Irene Fernández Molina and Victoria Veguilla and published by Palgrave. Continue reading ““Western Sahara in the Framework of the New Moroccan Advanced Regionalization Reform”, co-authored by Ángela Suárez and Raquel Ojeda, has been recently published.”

Jonathan Rosenberg, member of the Advisory Board of our Think Tank, share with us some of his latest publications on economic globalization and sustainable development.

The Global and International Studies Program is pleased to announce the incorporation of Professor Jonathan Rosenberg into the Advisory Board of our Think Tank.

Professor Rosenberg has published several articles in peer-reviewed academic journals and chapters in edited volumes on economic globalization and sustainable development and accountability in global environmental governance, including the following: Continue reading “Jonathan Rosenberg, member of the Advisory Board of our Think Tank, share with us some of his latest publications on economic globalization and sustainable development.”

Comparative Political Studies publishes “Ethnicity in Time: Politics, History, and the Relationship between Ethnic Diversity and Public Goods Provision”, an artcicle co-authored by Matthias vom Hau.

The article “Ethnicity in Time: Politics, History, and the Relationship between Ethnic Diversity and Public Goods Provision” has been published by the Comparative Political Studies journal in its latest issue on “Ethnic Diversity and Public Goods Provision”. The piece, co-authored by Matthias vom Hau and  Prerna Singh, calls into question the supposedly negative relationship between ethnic diversity and public goods provision. Continue reading “Comparative Political Studies publishes “Ethnicity in Time: Politics, History, and the Relationship between Ethnic Diversity and Public Goods Provision”, an artcicle co-authored by Matthias vom Hau.”

Dr. Richard Huizar, collaborator of the Global and International Studies Program, analyzes the lack of privatization of PEMEX, the Mexican oil company.

Dr. Richard Huizar, collaborator of the Global and International Studies Program, analyzes the lack of privatization of PEMEX, the Mexican oil company in the article “Surviving privatization in the era of neo-liberalism: A case study of Mexico’s oil company (PEMEX)”, published by the journal The Extractive Industries and Society. Continue reading “Dr. Richard Huizar, collaborator of the Global and International Studies Program, analyzes the lack of privatization of PEMEX, the Mexican oil company.”