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EIR Newsletter, no. 87 - September 2017

The September issue of the EIR Newsletter brings to the readers' attention: the presentation of the Krynica Economic Forum; an opinion article on the future Bulgarian Presidency of the Council of the EU, by Yasen Georgiev;  short presentations of the recent EIR events organi

Debate: Minimum wage in Romania - between challenges and restrictions. A socio-economic approach

The European Institute of Romania organized, on September 29, 2017, the Minimum wage in Romania - between challenges and restrictions. A socio-economic approach debate in partnership with the Euractiv Network and Freedom House Romania.

Talks started from the findings of the 201

Debate: Consumer protection - key element in a deeper and fairer internal market

The European Institute of Romania organized on September 22, 2017, the Consumer protection - key element in a deeper and fairer internal market debate, in partnership with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and InfoCons - Consumer Protection Association

The event brought together

Debate - 2017 European Semester: Country Specific Recommendations and national response measures

The 2017 European Semester: Country Specific Recommendations and national response measures was organized on September 21, 2017, by the Romanian Foreign Affairs Ministry in partnership with the European Institute of Romania.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, through its nationa

Europe - Connecting Cultures: Cultural Diversity from Trend Setter to a sensitive issue

The European Institute of Romania and ESCU Association organized the conference "Europe - Connecting Cultures: Cultural Diversity from Trend Setter to a sensitive issue" on Saturday, September 9, 2017, an event organized during the third edition of the Festival Embassies called "One World".

Policy Brief, nr. 3: Academic Leave? The Impact of Brexit on British Higher Education

The European Institute of Romania gladly announces the publication of the third paper in its Policy Brief series. Its author, Emil Pânzaru, having at heart his own experience as a BA, MA and PhD Romanian student living in England, warns against the potentially gloomy impact of Brexit on

RJEA accepted in Clarivate Analytics

Romanian Journal of European Affairs has been selected for coverage in Clarivate Analytics (former Thomson Reuters) products and services, in 2017. Consequently, the journal is indexed and abstracted in Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI). RJEA is now associat

EIR - partner of the Economic Forum, Krynica

5 - 7 September 2017 - The 27th edition of the Economic Forum took place in Krynica (Republic of Poland), between 5 and 7 September 2017, under the motto “Project: Europe. A Recipe

EIR newsletter, no. 86 – July 2017

The July issue of the EIR Newsletter brings to the readers' attention: an article on the Estonian Presidency of the Council of the EU, a presentation of EIR projects, an opinion article on the transatlantic security relation, an overview of the Summer Seminar organized by the Economic Policy Inst

RJEA, vol. 17, no. 1, June 2017

In the Summer issue of the Romanian Journal of European Affairs, the contributors bring to our attention several topics such as: Romania – ten years of EU membership; the influence of holding the EU Council presidency on the national coordination mechanisms for European affairs; the associate s