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PECOB offers information about academic workshops that are organized by institution based in Central Eastern Europe and the Balkans. In addition, workshops can take place out of this region but take into consideration Eastern Europe and Balkan countries as a topic within their program.
Academic and research workshops described in the links below address a variety of issues in the social sciences, humanities and cultural and language studies. Environmental governance in Eastern Europe and the EU, migration policies and post-soviet medias in Ukraine, Belarus and Russia are among the themes addressed by academic workshops. Other workshops focus on europeanisation, civil society problems and economics.
This workshop aims to bring together scholars and practitioners, both within Western Europe and the region, working on aspects of environmental governance and regulation in new member states (Bulgaria and Romania as well as CEE states), and candidate and potential candidate states within the region (Albania, Montenegro, FYROM, BiH, Serbia and Croatia).
The workshop will deal with the new forces and the new patterns of mobility between South-Eastern Europe and the European Migration System.
Prominent media figures and academics from the UK and the respective countries will talk in Oxford about the state of the media in the former Soviet Union.
The Workshop tries to connect the developing literature on ‘Europeanisation’ to the recent transition of the countries of South-East Europe.
The International Economic Society (IES) organises the Second International Training Workshop Quantitative Data Analysis in Econometric Modeling and Data Analysis as a training program for academicians as well as professionals from public and private sectors who wants to publish high quality papers and be able to forecast future trends.
The International Economic Society (IES) organises the First International Training Workshop Quantitative Data Analysis in Marketing and Modeling Techniques as a training program for academicians as well as professionals from public and private sectors who wants to publish high quality papers and contribute to high quality researches.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill organizes a seminar to examine Russia after the fall of communism from different disciplinary perspectives, including art history, history, and political science.