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Subject:

Upcoming Polforsk events

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Flemming Bjerke <[log in to unmask]>

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Flemming Bjerke <[log in to unmask]>

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Fri, 16 Apr 2010 15:06:14 +0200

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Polforsk Ph.D. Courses
=========================


Network Governance: between efficiency and democracy
=====================================================
From: 2010/06/28 To: 2010/07/02
Lecturers: Professor Dr. Erik-Hans Klijn (Erasmus University of
Rotterdam), dr. J. Koppenjan (Delft University of Technology), Professor
Chris Skelcher (University of Birmingham), Professor Eva S°rensen
(University of Roskilde) and Professor Jacob Torfing (University of
Roskilde)
Responsible: NIG and POLFORSK

This course is organized jointly by the Netherlands school of Government
(NIG) and the Skandinavian political science PHD network (POLFORSK). It
will draw together PhD students and from both networks (and if possible
from other European countries) and leading academics (and occasionally
elsewhere) who are working on various aspects of network governance. It
will create a learning community in which PhD students will:
* Develop their knowledge base on governance networks
* Strengthen their theoretical and methodological approach
* Test out their ideas and conclusions with leading researchers
* Contextualise their research in a comparative, multi-national setting
* Build a network of researchers in the field
Further information: [log in to unmask]
http://polforsk.dk/course_full_view?nn=2236

Europe in the World 2010
============================
From: 2010/08/16 To: 2010/08/28
Lecturers: Stelios Stavridis (Zaragoza University, Spain) Tobias
Schumacher (Lisbon University Institute, Portugal) Dimitris Xenakis
(University of Crete, Greece) Kennet Lynggaard (Roskilde University,
Denmark) Ian Manners (Roskilde University, Denmark) Gorm Rye Olsen
(Roskilde University) And more to be confirmed...
Responsible: Kennet Lynggaard, Roskilde University, Denmark; Stelios
Stavridis, Zaragoza University, Spain; Tobias Schumacher, Lisbon
University Institute, Portugal; Dimitris Xenakis, University of Crete,
Greece

The purpose is to bring together and train PhD-students in theoretical,
empirical and research strategic issues on the subject matter.
Additionally, the purpose is support PhD-students in furthering their
research projects. The PhD Summer School is aimed at political science
PhD-students from various sub-disciplines including EU-studies,
international relations, comparative politics, and public
administration. A maximum of 24 PhD students may participate and they
should preferably be at least one year into their studies. Participant
will also be admitted so to ensure a certain geographical spread.
Further information: [log in to unmask]

http://polforsk.dk/course_full_view?nn=2222

Writing within the field of security studies
==============================================
From: 2010/05/18 To: 2010/05/19
Lecturers: Professor Michael C. Williams - University of Ottawa
Responsible: Ph.-d studerende Frederik Ferdinand RosÚn - Institute for
Political Science, CSS

This two days PhD course aims at PhD student who are writing within the
broader field of security studies and who are developing articles or
book chapters for publication. The course will be arranged as a workshop
with a focus on texts submitted by students. Course literature will be
selected in accordance to the submitted texts and will function mainly
as background readings within a selected area of security studies.
Further information: [log in to unmask]
http://polforsk.dk/course_full_view?nn=2239

Social Network Analysis in Political Science
=============================================
From: 2010/11/22 To: 2010/11/26
Lecturer: Dr Dimitrios C Christopoulos, Visiting Professor,
CEPS/INSTEAD, Senior Lecturer, Department of Politics, Bristol - UWE.
Associat professor Michael Strange, Department of society and
globalisation, Roskilde University
Responsible: Associate professor Michael Strange, Department of society
and globalisation, Roskilde University

This Ph.d course is an introductory workshop on the theory and methods
of Social Network Analysis (SNA). A formal network analysis perspective
can be employed to understand political, economic and social
organisations and individuals.

In this course we will:
- explore the theoretical concepts underlying valid network analysis,
- examine methodological tools for the analysis of networks in social
science research,
- demonstrate a number of different statistical packages that will allow
for the analysis of network statistics,
- demonstrate the effective graphic representation of relational ties,
- demonstrate ways of triangulating SNA with other quantitative and
qualitative social science methods.

Course participants will get the opportunity to present their data or
SNA related hypotheses to the group and tutors for feedback.
Further information: [log in to unmask]

http://polforsk.dk/course_full_view?nn=2214

Flemming Bjerke
http://polforsk.dk

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