The Institute of Political Science Louvain-Europe (known by the French acronym ISPOLE) brings together researchers working on political and policy-related issues at national, European and international level from a multidisciplinary perspective and covering a wide range of topics, such as power; political identities; collective memory; political institutions, players and behaviour (voting behaviour, political participation, etc.); domestic and international conflicts; European integration; foreign policy and diplomacy; globalisation; regionalism; humanitarian aid; public policies (public a About
Institute of Political Science Louvain-Europe (ISPOLE)
February 24, 2021
Théorie des courants multiples et systèmes politiques...
Bocquet, N. (2020). Théorie des courants multiples et systèmes politiques consensuels: L’adoption de solutions techniques en Région...Click to know more
February 10, 2021
More or less regional autonomy? by Min Reuchamps,...
Min Reuchamps, Christoph Niessen, François Randour & H. Boerjan ( 2020). More or less regional autonomy? A qualitative analysis of citizen...Click to know more
February 09, 2021
Samuel Defacqz & Claire Dupuy publish in Fédéralisme...
Samuel Defacqz & Claire Dupuy, Gouvernance multi-niveaux, groupes d’intérêt et politiques publiques en Europe, Fédéralisme et...Click to know more