Covid 19-related CEU Senate Decisions, Policies and Communications
Dear All, please look to these documents related to COVID 19 communications and decisions by CEU if need be.
SPP is here to support our faculty, staff, students and alumni. OneCEU site has a collection of Rector updates for the community, along with separate communications from the Provost, Dean of Students, on issues such as working from home, guidance to supervisors re work obligations of parents. CEU document repository is where you can find COVID 19 academic decisions, such as grading and extensions, the PhD measures, and cost reimbursement for academics.

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SPP Professors Cristina Corduneanu-Huci and Michael Dorsch have publised a paper from their ongoing research project on the political economy of policy evaluation in the Journal of Comparative Economics.  In their article, "The politics of experimentation: Political competition and randomized controlled trials," Corduneanu-Huci and Dorsch critically examine the incidence of Randomized Controlled Trials from a political economy perspective. Their theoretical hypotheses and empirical results suggest that when and where RCTs happen depends on local politics.

A new publication by SPP faculty Evelyne Hübscher (together with Thomas Sattler and Markus Wagner) assessing voter responses to fiscal austerity has just come out in the "British Journal of Political Science" . Using data from survey experiments the paper shows that a government's re-election chances greatly decrease if it proposes austerity measures.

Florian Weiler joined CEU’s School of Public Policy as Assistant Professor as of September 1, he is responsible for applied learning including the Appled Policy Project.  Before coming to CEU he was Assistant Professor for Political Economy at the University of Groningen, Campus Fryslan. Florian holds a PhD from ETH Zurich, where he worked on the global political economy of climate change to earn his dissertation, which he defended in 2013.

SPP faculty Marie-Pierre Granger co-edited with Paul James Cardwell (Strathclyde University) the Research Handbook on the Politics of EU law (Edward Elgar, July 2020). The book's contributions analyse the interplay between the law and politics of the EU and examine the role of law and legal actors in European integration.

SPP welcomes Professor Martin Kahanec as the Acting Dean of SPP for a one-year term as of August 1st, 2020. He takes over the role from Professor Diane Stone

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