Jean Monnet Fellowship for Dr Mourlon-Druol

Jean Monnet Fellowship for Dr Mourlon-Druol

Issued: Fri, 19 May 2017 11:34:00 BST

Emmanuel Mourlon-Druol Dr Emmanuel Mourlon-Druol, Lecturer in International Business and Enterprise, has been awarded a Jean Monnet Fellowship at the European University Institute (EUI) in Florence for 2017/2018.

Dr Mourlon-Druol is one of only nine candidates selected out of 143 applications for a Jean Monnet Fellowship this year.

The award will help Adam Smith Business School develop connections with one of the best research centres on Europe in the EU for basic and policy research.

Jean Monnet Fellowships provide the opportunity to be part of the EUI’s Robert Schuman Centre for one academic year. It will give Dr Mourlon-Druol a great chance to get more closely associated with economists based there, and give easier access to the EU archives based at the EUI.

Dr Mourlon-Druol said: “I’m delighted to be awarded a Jean Monnet Fellowship. This will be a wonderful opportunity to get involved in the European University Institute’s Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies’ interdisciplinary research activities and community of scholars working on Europe. This comes at a very timely moment, both with regard to discussions about the evolution of the EU — Brexit negotiations and future of the Eurozone — and my own EURECON project supported by the European Research Council".


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