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Research at the centre focuses at the institutional and democratic perspectives after the Treaty of Lisbon. It takes into account legal developments regarding a balance between market competition and social cohesion but also tackles with socio-economic developments of the Single Market and within the Monetary Union. It thereby also touches upon critical questions concerning social transformation as a result of demographic and technological developments.

Research at SCEUS is organised within five thematic areas. The different projects of these areas aim at analysing the European Union, but also a changing political, economic and legal background in the Member States. Different disciplinary, theoretical and methodological approaches enter into a discussion for a better understanding of transformations of the legal-political and socio-economic model.

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    Dr. Alisauskiene is holding a lecture in the summer term 2020 regarding "Religion in Central and Eastern Europe after the fall of Berlin wall: individuals, institutions and politics". The course will be held in English.
    On the 21st of February 2020, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Daniel Ruzek will hold a talk on "Antiviral therapy of tick-borne encephalitis: current options and challenges". It will take place at 11 am in the seminar room 103 at the first floor of Billrothstrasse 11. The Department of Biosciences cordially invites all listeners!
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