2010 EUROLOC Summer School in Local Government Studies, 22 - 29 June, 2010
The 2010 EUROLOC Summer School in Local Government Studies of the European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR), will be hosted by the University of Agder from Tuesday, 22 June to Tuesday 29 June, in Kristiansand, Norway.
The aim of the program is to give PhD candidates working on topics related to local government an opportunity to meet and exchange ideas with peers and established scholars in the field. The program gives 10 ECTS credits
The theme of this year’s summer school is “New trends in local government studies”. The format of the summer school will be a mixture of lectures by key academics in the field, workshops allowing discussion on student papers, and social activities.
Papers required for participation
- 1st June: Final Deadline for Abstracts
- 15th June: Paper Deadline
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The Summer School Organising Team at the University of Agder
- Head of Department and Associate Professor Are Vegard Haug
- Professor Ulrik Kjaer (University of Odense)
- Professor Harald Baldersheim (University of Oslo)
- Professor Poul Erik Mouritzen (University of Southern Denmark)
- Professor Lawrence E. Rose (University of Oslo)
- Professor Kristof Stevyers (University of Ghent)
- Professor Henk van der Kolk (University of Twente)
- Professor Helen Sullivan (University of the West of England, Bristol)
- Professor Dag Ingvar Jacobsen (University of Agder)
- Assistant Professor Charlotte Kiland (Administrative Coordinator)
- Unni S. Holbrook (Higher Executive Officer – Point of Contact)
Are Vegard Haug, email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tlf: +47-38141592
Charlotte Kiland, email: email@example.com Tlf:+47-38141689
Unni S. Holbrook, email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tlf:+47-38141622
- Kristof Stevyers, (University of Ghent)
- Angelika Vetter, Stuttgart (University of Stuttgart)
- Hank van der Kolk, (University of Twent)
- Ulrik Kjaer , (University of Odense)
Hosted by the Department of Political Science and Management, UiA
The academic profile of the department is mainly based on political science, organisation theory and management, which is reflected in the teaching and research at the department. In addition to the areas within the academic profile, the department members teach and conduct research on culture, media, communication, geography, planning and didactics.
The department is responsible for the PhD programme in Public administration, which was launched in fall 2009. The programme focuses on international, regional and local institutions and –systems.
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