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European University Institute (EUI)
Working Papers

The European University Institute was founded in 1972 by the European Community Member States to provide advanced academic training to PhD students and to promote research at the highest level. It carries out research in a European perspective (basic research, comparative research and research on integration) in history, law, economics, political and social science.

Two series of EUI Working Papers are currently included in ERPA:

More information about the EUI can be found here:
http://www.eui.eu


The Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies (RSCAS) is an interdisciplinary research centre launched in September 1993. Its aim is to promote research on the major issues confronting European society, principally the construction of Europe. It has set out to meet that objective by developing a strategy of co-operation, both internally and externally.

Quality control policy: The publication procedure at the RSCAS is based on the "two reviewers" procedure.The Director sends submitted papers to two experts for blind reviews. Authors are asked to respond to the reviews in revising their papers, and, if necessary, the text is reviewed again. The final decision is taken by the Director. Only the RSCAS working papers dealing with European issues are selected for inclusion in ERPA.

The RSCAS Working Papers included in ERPA can be found here:
http://www.eui.eu/RSCAS/Publications/

For comments or queries relating to our papers, please contact:
forinfo@eui.eu

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The Department of Law main areas of specialization are European and international law, human rights, legal theory, and comparative constitutional, administrative, labour, social, environmental and private law.

Quality control policy: The publication procedure for working papers in the Law Department is the following: a working paper has to be submitted or recommended by one of the professors of the department. It will then be read by all professors and the decision about approval will be taken at departmental level.

The Law Department Working Papers can be found at the following site:
http://www.eui.eu/LAW/Publications.shtml

For comments or queries relating to our papers, please contact
machteld.nijsten@eui.eu

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