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CENTRAL BANK OF BOSNIA and HERZEGOVINA/SEESOX HIGH-LEVEL SEMINAR

South East Europe in an environment of volatile capital flows

6 June, 2014 (Sarajevo)

A high-level seminar organised and funded by the Central Bank of Bosnia and Herzegovina, in cooperation with SEESOX.
Programme




Thursday 29 May, 2014
14:00-18:30
Nissan Lecture Theatre, St Antony's College, Oxford


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Tuesday 3 June 09:00-18:30

European Studies Centre,
70 Woodstock Road, Oxford

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Oxford students, South Slavic Society, and St Antony's College, have come together in a fundraiser collecting £1.280 in a relief action for flooded Bosnia, Croatia, and Serbia. A student-run band, The Balkan Wanderers, played live during the evening, supported by the Harcourt Arms musicians, Nigel Brown and Chris Bayne, who volunteered to set the entire concert up. Students designed and printed T-shirts for high donations. The highest donated amount on the night was £100. The Warden of St Antony's, as well as other academics from the College, have contributed to the funds. All money collected will be sent to the Red Cross, which is distributing emergency help in Bosnia, Croatia, and Serbia. The message of the night was clear: "Oxford is with you!"

Oxford students have also created their website for fundraising money. You can donate here:

https://www.fundraise.com/balkan-flood-relief/balkan-flood-relief


SEESOX ANNUAL LECTURE

Edi Rama, Albania's new Prime Minister

 Reinventing politics in the Balkans: From the local to the regional and European 

Monday 24 February, 17:00
Nissan Lecture Theatre

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SEESOX AT THE HOUSE OF LORDS

On Tuesday 4th February, Global Strategy Forum held a seminar in Committee Room 4A of the House of Lords, entitledSerbia/Kosovo: The Brussels Agreements and beyond  in collaboration with South East European Studies at Oxford (SEESOX).

For more information, photos, and to listen to the seminar, please click here.


VISITING FELLOWS

SEESOX/A.G. Leventis Foundation Visiting Fellow for 2013/14

SEESOX is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr Tryfon Bampilis, the second A.G. Leventis Foundation Visiting Fellow in Modern Greek studies. Dr Bampilis joins us from Amsterdam where he has recently completed his Ph.D in Social Anthropology at the University of Leiden.


LATEST BOOKS FROM SEESOX

Growth in Albania and
South East Europe: The way ahead

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Defining a New Reform Agenda
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NEW

Anchoring economic policies in South east Europe

July 2014


NEW

On European money in Greece

Dimitrios Gkintidis

June 2014


Energy and security in the East Mediterranean

Androulla Kaminara

March 2014


Stengthening linkages in South East Europe: Policy anchors and business perspectives

March 2014


Serbia/Kosovo: The Brussels Agreements and beyond

January 2014


An insider's view of Greece's Euro Crisis

Constantine A. Papadopoulos

December 2013


Sustaining Rapprochement? Greek-Turkish Relations, low politics and regional volatility

European and
Black Sea Studies

Volume 13, Issue 3

Othon Anastasakis and Nora Fisher Onar (eds)

November 2013


EU banking reform and financial stability in south East Europe

September 2013


The SEESOX Review


Redefining convergence in South East Europe

June 2013


Living in the neighbourhood of the Euro Area

April 2013


The Western Condition:
Turkey, the US and the EU in the New Middle East


by Karabekir Akkoyunlu, Kalypso Nicolaidis and Kerem Oktem

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Click here to read Press Release

February 2013


The SEESOX Review 2011-12


South East Europe: Pre-requisites for reform

October 2012


The impact of the Euro crisis and investment opportunities in Bosnia and Herzegovina

September 2012


Making sense of competitiveness indicators in South East Europe

September 2012


IMF-EU Conditionality in Greece: Learning from mistakes?

June 2012


Reforming Greece: Sisyphean task or Herculean challenge?

Edited by: Othon Anastasakis, Dorian Singh

SEESOX, May 2012


Another Empire?

Edited by: Kerem Öktem, Ayşe Kadıoğlu, Mehmet Karlı

Istanbul Bilgi University Press, May 2012


Economic perspectives on Bosnia and Herzegovina in the period of global crisis

March 2012


South East Europe: Investing in the future

March 2012


Small open economies in the Western Balkans

March 2012


Current economic challenges and regional cooperation in South East Europe

February 2012


New directions for Turkish-Greek engagement in the Middle East and the Balkans

January 2012

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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