This is a call for applications for a position as a research logistician in political science at the Cevipol. The successful candidate will work in support of different projects and fulfill various tasks : data scraping on the internet and social networks ; management of international surveys; general support for projects and fund-raising. Prospective candidates are hereby invited to submit their application as described below. The deadline for submitting applications is the 15th of January, 2020. Successful candidates are expected to start working in Brussels on the 1rst of March, 2020 or as soon as possible hereafter.
Un article de François Foret et Margarita Markoviti pour la revue European Politics and Society.
Religion, European elections and EU politics : a resilient second-order factor for a second-order polity?
Un nouvel article de François Foret et Émilie Mondo pour la revue European University Institute.
Une note d'information de Pascal Delwit, Marco Ognibene, Emilien Paulis, Aurélie Tibbaut et Emilie van Haute.
New article out by Luca Tomini with Andrea Cassani, in the Italian Political Science Review
New paper out by Emilie Van Haute with Bram Wauters, in Politics of the Low Countries.
The ULB, an international research: "In Cevipol, there are 13 nationalities; therefore, we are all the time working with colleges from other countries; which have as natural reference, other countries ...