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GPSG Paper Competition Award 2018

The paper on “Mapping the far-right vote in the European electoral arena: The Greek far-right in cross-national perspective” by E-E Mavropoulou won the GPSG...

O. Parker and D. Tsarouhas (eds.) Crisis in the Eurozone Periphery: the Political Economies of Greece, Portugal, Spain and Ireland London: Palgrave 2018

O. Parker and D. Tsarouhas (eds.) Crisis in the Eurozone Periphery: the Political Economies of Greece, Portugal, Spain and Ireland London: Palgrave 2018 Abstract: This...

Call for Papers: International Conference Greek Social Movements between Past and Present 5-6 April 2019, Athens

Two-day conference is co-organized by University of Sheffield, University of Exeter, University of Oxford (SEESOX), University of Peloponnese, and hosted by the American College...

ECPR and IPSA are inviting political science academics to participate in the ECPR-IPSA World of Political Science survey. https://t.co/758FQEBkbk

Dr @LampriniRori (University of Exeter) will discuss with the Green Party MEP @MollyMEP Scott Cato and the Labour Party MP for Plymouth, Sutton and Devonport @LukePollard, next Saturday 26 January in Plymouth. https://t.co/RcI0WY9JX6

Extension of deadline for the PSA Academic Prizes 2018-1019 until 21.01! The Prizes celebrate the best academics, books, articles and scholars of the year. The winners will be revealed at the Annual Conference Dinner in Nottingham on Tuesday 16.04.19. https://t.co/X3VGwgsEGy

Dr @LampriniRori (University of Exeter) will discuss research on online political polarisation with Professor Featherstone, next Tuesday at the @HO_LSE Hellenic Observatory.

We are organising a two-day conference in Athens on "Greek Social Movements between past and present" on 5-6 April 2019. PhD Students, early career and senior researchers are invited to submit an abstract of no more than 300 words and a short CV (one page) by 15 December 2018.

Dr Ladi (Queen Mary University of London) and Professor Featherstone (LSE) discuss a range of issues touching upon post-crisis EU-Greece relations, from democratic accountability to economic policy implementation in the CER Debating Europe Podcast Series. https://t.co/eyVPGWUIqj

“Mapping the far-right vote in the European electoral arena: The Greek far-right in cross-national perspective” by E-E Mavropoulou won the GPSG £120 award under the Call for Paper Competition Greece: From Economic Rescue to Recovery and Reform? Soon published in GPSG WP series.

“Mapping the far-right vote in the European electoral arena: The Greek far-right in cross-national perspective” by E-E Mavropoulou won the GPSG £120 award under the Call for Paper Competition Greece: From Economic Rescue to Recovery and Reform? Soon published in GPSG WP series.

This is our new website! More, endless news on research in Greek politics to follow! https://t.co/5qVZ8qgZ3v

The expert committee's conclusion on whether and how Greeks abroad can vote from their place of residence is expected by the end if January 2019 https://t.co/WdulqynvKG

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