Building on a strong European Union Centres Network in New Zealand, based on the NCRE (Canterbury), this project seeks to extend and develop knowledge and expertise networks with partner institutions in the EU, focusing on three main themes: • EU Global Impact in Trade, Agriculture, Finance and Environment • The EU as an Exporter of Norms and values • Third country vision of the EU as a Global Authority The choice of themes emphasises the need to develop multidisciplinary and multi-cultural frameworks and approaches, and the critical importance of extended exchanges between active and experienced researchers from opposite sides of the world, both physically and intellectually. The ultimate aims are: to generate wider and deeper understandings of the state of the world; to develop approachs and methods capable of spanning the current physical and intellectual divides; to use these developments to expand our capacities to meet future and critical challenges facing the world.
Field of science
- /social sciences/economics and business/business and management/commerce
- /agricultural sciences/agriculture, forestry, and fisheries
- /agricultural sciences/agriculture, forestry, and fisheries/agriculture
Call for proposal
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