Posts Tagged ‘The State of the Union 2018’

Social investment in the balance

Written by Anton Hemerijck. Posted in Current opinions, Opinions

What is social investment, how has it developed and what will become of it going forward? That is the topic of Professor Anton Hemerijck’s highly anticipated panel at The State of the Union 2018. Ahead of the conference, Prof. Hemerijck sat down with EUI Times to talk social investment, and explain why it’s ‘in the balance’.

Anton Hemerijck is Professor of Political Science and Sociology and Director of Graduate Studies in the Department of Political and Social Sciences of the EUI. His panel at The State of the Union 2018 is entitled ‘Social Investment in the Balance’.

Solidarity in development?

Written by Corinna Unger. Posted in Current opinions, Opinions

How do historical experiences of development solidarity and foreign aid contribute to policy realities in the present? Ahead of chairing a panel on the subject at The State of the Union 2018, Professor Corinna Unger writes that we can learn a great deal about the process of development and its place in the future by looking backwards.

Corinna Unger is Professor of Global and Colonial History in the Department of History and Civilization of the EUI. Her panel at The State of the Union 2018 is entitled ‘Solidarity in Development? Historical Experiences and Present Concerns with Economic Stability and Political Security across Borders’.