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The CEEISA-ISA conference on “The Politics of International Relations”, 23rd-25th June 2016, Faculty of Social Sciences, Centre of International relations (CIR), University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia. Central and East European International Studies Association (CEEISA) and International Studies Association (ISA) are organizing a major joint conference next June in Ljubljana. Conference Programme Chairs are Glenn Palmer, Pennsylvania State University and Wolfgang Martin Wagner, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. Additional information: LBJ2016@isanet.org


Petra Roter gave keynote speech Principles, Norms of National Minority Protection under the OSCE and the Council of Europe at the Conference "Principles, Norms of National Minority Protection under the OSCE and the Council of Europe: Helsinki 1975 - Strasbourg 1995". Budapest, 27. 11. 2015.


International Conference on Transnational Investment and Trade relation between USA and Emerging –Market Economies

Andreja Jaklič was the invited speaker at the International Conference on Transnational Investment and Trade relation between USA and Emerging –Market Economies. She presented her experience on the topic »The Emerging-Market Transnational Corporations and Sustainable Development«, 29th - 31st October, 2015, Wuhan, China.


Recent publications of CIR researchers:

BUČAR, Maja (2015). Europeanization of R&D and innovation policies : what has the membership changed?. V: STANEK, Piotr (ur.), WACH, Krzysztof (ed.). Europeanization processes from the mesoeconomic perspective : industries and policies. Kraków: Cracow University of Economics, pp. 135-151.

DAMIJAN, Jože, KOSTEVC, Črt, ROJEC, Matija (2015). Bright past, shady future? : past and potential future export performance of CEE countries in a comparative perspective. Post-communist economies, vol. 27, no. 3, pp. 122-136.

ŠABIČ, Zlatko (2015). Inklusiver Regionalismus? : die slowenische Sicht auf Mitteleuropa und seine Grenzen. In: GEHLER, M., LUIF, P., VYSLONZIL, E. (eds.). Die Dimension Mitteleuropa in der Europäischen Union : Geschichte und Gegenwart, (Historische Europa-Studien, Bd. 20). Hildesheim; Zürich; New York: G. Olms, pp. 177-185.

STARE, Metka, DAMIJAN, Jože (2015). Do innovation spillovers impact employment and skill upgrading?. The Service industries journal, vol. 35, iss. 13, pp. 728-745.

DIKOVA, Desislava, JAKLIČ, Andreja, BURGER, Anže, KUNČIČ, Aljaž (2015). What is beneficial for first-time SME-exporters from a transition economy: a diversified or a focused export-strategy? Journal of world business. [Online ed.].

ROTER, Petra, BOJINOVIĆ FENKO, Ana (2015). Parliamentarisation in a post-conflict context : the Kosovo Assembly Support Initiative. Parliamentary affairs, vol. 68, no. 4, pp. 775-793.

BRGLEZ, Milan, ARBEITER, Jana, UDOVIČ, Boštjan (2015). Is Slovenia a Central European country?. European perspectives, ISSN 1855-7694, vol. 7, no. 2, pp. 13-35.

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