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Actual Projects

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  1. Social Sciences
    Principal Investigator: Martin Potůček
    From July 2012 to December 2016, the CESES is a partner in one of the Charles University Programmes of Development of Scientific Disciplines (PRVOUK). The goal of the Programme is to develop research in sociology, public policy, political science, international relations, area studies, media studies and journalism.
  2. Innovating Economic Study Programs in line with the Demands of Knowledge Economy
    Principal Investigator: Martin Potůček
    Funded from the Education for Competitiveness Operational Programme, the project brings together the CESES and the Department of Public and Social Policy, Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University in Prague, as partners of the Lead Beneficiary, the Faculty of Economics and Administration, Masaryk University in Brno (FEA MU). It aims is to advance graduate and doctoral study programmes in economic disciplines at the FEA by innovating the study standards in line with those of prestigious international economic universities and, ultimately, to better adapt students to the demands of the labour market and practice. The project envisages that domestic and international social science experts will collaborate and FEA students will obtain an excellent study environment.

  3. Civil Security as a Part of the Security System in the Czech Republic and Poland – Theoretical Conceptualization and the Assessment of Similarities and Differences in a Broader European Context
    Principal Investigator: Martin Potůček
    The project is developed under the MOBILITY Programme of the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports of the Czech Republic. The Polish partner is Adam Mickiewicz University at Poznaň. The goal of the project is – based on comparative analysis – to conceptualize the notion of the security system, with special attention paid to the role of civil security system within it, and to establish research cooperation in the area of Public Policy between the two partner institutions.