The Greek and Portuguese left on European Integration: organization, strategy, ideology, M. Tsakatika; funded by the Carnegie Trust; April 2010, £1,420.
International Potential, National Limits: Investigating the Role of the Russian Internet in Constraining the Social Agenda, S. Oates; funded by the British Academy; September 2010, £6750.
The Internet and Everyday Rights, S. Oates and V. Turbine; funded by the ESRC; October 2010, £99,700.
Crisis Conference, S. White; funded by CRCEES University of Glasgow (£2000), Lorton House (£3500), British Association for Slavonic and East European Studies (£400), 2010, £5,900.
European integration and the EU’s relations with the developing world, M. Carbone, Jean Monnet Programme; funded by the European Commission, September 2010-August 2013, € 43,859.
Making foreign aid more effective: donor coordination and the EU’s role in sub-Saharan Africa, M. Carbone; funded by the Carnegie Trust of Scottish Universities, for, April-May 2011; £2,200.
Chinese Special Economic Zones in Africa as Catalysts for Development, J. Duckett, Professor Ian Taylor and Dr Marc Lanteigne; funded by the Carnegie Trust; September 2009, £27,000.
The Putin Succession, S. White; funded by the ESRC; 2009-2012, £139,068.
New Zealand, New Politics, and Mixed-Member Proportional Representation: Lessons for Scotland?, T. Lundberg; funded by the Carnegie Trust; £1710.
Same-sex Unions Policy in Western Democracies: Common Ideas and Diverse Models. K. Kollman, funded by the Carnegie Trust; £1500.
De Valera’s Legacy and the Birth of the Celtic Tiger: Ireland 1945-1989; B. Girvin; funded by the AHRC; £33, 758.
The European Union in the International Arena, M. Carbone; funded by the European Commission’s Office in Scotland, for lecture series and workshops, January-December 2009; £4,542.
Managed Democracy, S.White; funded by the Leverhulme Foundation, October 2008 – October 2011, £682,919.Crafting Authoritarian Politics, S. White ; funded by the Economic and Social Research Council; May 2008 – January 2011, £82,200.
Causes of Compliance: The EU and the WTO, A. Young; funded by the Economic and Social Research Council; October 2008 – September 2011, £142,348.22.
Crafting Electoral Authoritarianism: the Russian Case, S. White; funded by the Economic and Social Research Council; February 2009 – January 2012, £259,962.
Rethinking the 'Coloured Revolutions', S. White; funded by the British Association for Slavonic and East European Studies, the Centre for Russian, Central and East European Studies and the Journal of Communist Studies and Transition Politics, £4960
Distributive Justice and Responsibility, C. Knight (PI) and Zofia Stemplowska; funded by the British Academy; July 2007 – June 2008; £7,447.Legal cultures in transition- the impact of Euroepan intergation; A. Grodeland (PI), W. Miller, M. Kurkchiyan, K. Andenaes; funded by the Norwegian Research Council; September 2007 – December 2012; NOK16,296,500 (app £1,303,720).
Responsibility to protect, to prosecute, or to feed: evaluating the interaction of normative frameworks; K. Mills; funded by the British Academy; September 2007 – December 2008; £7,436. Safer spaces: communication design for counter terror; M. Press and T. Triggs (PIs), S. Oates; B. Rogers, L. Amoore, R. Luxton and A. Wooton (co-investigators); funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council; September 2007 – March 2009; £415,000.
Observing Russian Elections, 2007-2008, S White; funded by the Carnegie Trust for the Universities of Scotland, £2460.
The Lisbon Treaty and the Future of Europe, M. Carbone; funded by the Political Studies Association (PSA), for international symposium at the University of Glasgow; December 2007; £3,500.
NGOs and the making of health policy in China; J. Duckett; funded by Leverhulme; June 2006 –August 2007; £18,710.
The Ukrainian elections of March 2006 and their implications; S. White; funded by the Nuffield Foundation; July 2006 – July 2008; £7,500.
Research Projects; S. Oates, K. Smith and M. Berry (RA); funded by the ESRC; April 2005 – April 2007; £47,000.
Putin's elections; S. White; funded by the British Academy; January – December 2004; £5,000.
Putin's elections; S. White; funded by the Nuffield Foundation; January 2004 – April 2006; £5,000.
Study on the framework for relations between the European Union and the United States; J. Peterson (PI), F. Bruwell, R. Doherty, R. Epstein, M. Pollack, J. Quinlan, M. Van Cutsem, H. Wallace, A. Young and A. Schmidt-Felzmann (RA); funded by the European Commission DG RELEX; December 2004 – April 2005; £58,520. Final Report.
Nationalism and consensus in neutral Ireland during the Second World War; B. Girvin; funded by the British Academy; September 2003 – August 2004; £4,500.
Inclusive and exclusive attitudes towards minorities in post-devolution Scotland; A. Hussain (PI) and W. Miller; funded by the Nuffield Foundation; January 2003 – December 2004; £65,000.
Media and civil society in the newly independent states; S. Oates; funded by Leverhulme; July 2003 – Jun 2004; £12,674.
The framing of terrorist threat in US and Russian elections; S. Oates; funded by the ESRC; October 2003 – October 2005; £46,388.
The Putin elite; S. White; funded by the ESRC; January 2003 – December 2004; £41,167.
Inclusion without membership: Bringing Russia, Ukraine and Belarus closer to "Europe"; S. White, M. Light, R. Allison; funded by the ESRC; July 2003 – March 2007; £269,000.
Deciding to dispute: The European Union’s use of the World Trade Organisation’s dispute settlement mechanism; A. Young (PI) and E. Duru (RA); funded by the British Academy; April 2003 – March 2004; £4,595. Briefing Paper
Public attitudes to openness in east Asia and east Europe; J. Duckett (PI), W. Miller, H. Hermanns (RA); funded by the ESRC; January 2002 – December 2005; £244,943.
The civility of civic nationalism; W. Miller (PI) and A. Hussain; funded by the ESRC; January 2002 – December 2004; £163,922.
The political economy of the transatlantic partnership; M. Pollack (PI), M. Camarero, A. Ribeiro Hoffmann, G. Shaffer, R. Steffenson, C. Tamarit and A. Young; funded by Her Majesty’s Treasury and the Dutch Ministry of Finance; January – May 2002.
Consolidating Russian democracy? The third-round elections; R. Rose (PI) and S. White; funded by the ESRC; August 1999 – June 2002; £137,660
Building a new democracy? Television, citizens and voting in Russia; S. Oates (PI) and S. White; funded by the ESRC; February 2000 – August 2001; £39,749.
Global norms creation and norms competition; J. Rollo (PI), D. Evans, P. Holmes, A. Youngand Y. Zahariades (RA); funded by the European Commission, DG Trade; November 2000 – July 2001.
Poland’s third transition; McManus-Czubinska (PI), W. Miller, R. Markowsk and J. Wasilewski; funded by the ESRC; July 2001 – December 2002; £23,350.