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Wondering which courses to choose this autumn? Here is an overview over elective courses at the 200-level at the Department of Comparative Politics. The courses are open for all students at the University of Bergen and taught in English.
Professor Michaël Tatham honoured by the Faculty of Social Sciences for his volume on European regions, which was published by Oxford University Press.
SAMPOL researcher examines stances on ‘non-standard employment’
Professor Hakan G. Sicakkan wants to strengthen research on migration and transnationality in Bergen as part of the University of Bergen's focus on global challenges, which is one of three focus areas in the university's strategy for 2016-2022.
The Faculty of Social Sciences contributes strongly within all three pillars of the focus area Global Challenges: global health, inequality and migration.
The Department of Comparative Politics has a new collaboration in Brussels. BA students in Comparative Politics and European Studies are encouraged to apply for a semester at the UiB Brussels Office.
SAMPOL postdoc Hans Jørgen Gåsemyr to present at UiB conference on China-Norway collaboration
Are you a PhD candidate? Do you want to improve your communication skills? Science Grand Prix offers you free advice on how to do just this.
Thomas Piketty's bestseller about capitalism made it clear to Yvette Peters what her next research project would focus on: political inequality.
UiB political scientist finds diversity in state austerity responses
Comparative politics scholar Johanna Söderström makes a surprising discovery as part of a research project on peacebuilding.
Imagine that you were to meet Bill Gates in a lift. You strike up a conversation and he asks you what you do. As it happens, you have just come up with an idea that you believe could change the world. In the approximately two minutes until the elevator reaches your floor, you decide to try to convince him that he should invest in your idea. What would you say?
New work by Michaël Tatham and Yvette Peters at the Department of Comparative Politics grapples with European changes.
New comparative politics associate professor, Stefan Dahlberg, is an expert at gathering, analyzing public opinion.
Comparative politics associate professor Johanna Söderström's study of state building was inspired by experiences in Africa.
“It is going to be interesting to look at tools for achieving greater political diversity,” says Jana Birke Belschner.
Comparative politics professor Michaël Tatham reveals new insights into decisions on the European recovery.

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