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Dependent Growth: Foreign Investment and the Development of the Automotive Industry in East-Central Europe by prof. Petr Pavlínek

This book offers a critical analysis of recent developments in the automotive industry of East-Central Europe (ECE). Economists, industry specialists and national governments have considered the rapid development of the automotive industry in ECE in the past twenty years an unqualified success. The book was published by publishing house Springer.

Published Nov 22, 2017

Hot new book Lexis in Demography

Recently published book by two members of the Department of Demography and Geodemography, Klara Hulikova and Olga Kurtinova, offers a rather less traditional point of view on research in the field of population issues.

Published Nov 06, 2017

Conference „Proteins for Life“

Start date Dec 11, 2017 - Dec 12, 2017

Conference “Proteins for Life” is a title of the 12th meeting of P4EU – an international pan-European informal network of specialists in protein expression, purification and characterization, structural biologists, leaders of core facilities and research centres.

Published Nov 09, 2017

Popular Science: Prague banks in foreign hands

The geographical distribution and behaviour of banks have recently become targets of more and more research. Who and where rules the economic power mirrors wider consequences and regional development as well. The majority of studies have concerned the most important bank centres so far. Jiří Blažek and Ilona Bečicová from the Department of Social Geography and Regional Development have analysed the development of Prague’s bank cluster and emphasized the (dis)advantages related to the takeover of the majority of Czech banks by multinational groups.

Published May 03, 2017

Do not look past! The Epidiverse project is hiring: 15 vacancies for a PhD position at the partner institutes all over Europe.

The EpiDiverse consortium will train 15 Early Stage Researchers to become expert eco-epigeneticists, equipping them with the interdisciplinary skills - molecular, (epi)genomic, ecological and bioinformatics - to successfully tackle this new research area. EpiDiverse training will emphasize empirical and informatics skills to become fluent and creative in extracting knowledge from big ‘omics data in natural contexts.

Published Oct 16, 2017

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