Economic dimension of menstruation. Teaser campaign II

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Economic dimension of menstruation

Julia Szalai awarded Polanyi Prize

CPS researcher Julia Szalai has been awarded the 2015 Polanyi Prize by the Hungarian Sociological Association, the award is given every year as recognition for the best book or article published in the field of sociology.

Savannah Carr-Wilson ‘17 (Canada) co-authors a report on a new water law in Canada

Current MESPOM student, Savannah Carr-Wilson ‘17 (Canada), has co-authored a report titled ‘Awash with Opportunity: Ensuring the sustainability of British Columbia’s new water law’. The report provides an analysis of the potential of this new water law: the Water Sustainability Act.

From Austerity to Austerity: The Political Economy of Public Pension Reforms in Romania and Bulgaria

CPS Junior Researcher Dragos Adascalitei  has recently published an article in the journal Social Policy & Administration (early view). The article discusses the trajectory of pension reforms in Romania and Bulgaria, arguing that, over the past two decades, the two countries have opted for increasingly divergent reforms.

Yuliya Voytenko ‘07 (Ukraine) secures SEK 3 million for research project!

Yuliya Voytenko ‘07 (Ukraine) has been granted SEK 3 million from FORMAS (the Swedish Research Council) for a 3-year project Sharing and the City (2016-2018). Yuliya is currently a researcher at the International Institute for Industrial Environmental Economics (IIIEE), a MESPOM Consortium partner. Her project will contribute to our understanding of urban sustainability challenges through an analysis of the role of cities in sharing.

Congratulations, Yuliya!