ECO research covers topics in the fields of microeconomics, macroeconomics and econometrics
HEC research covers the history of Europe, from the late medieval and early modern period to the present
LAW research covers three principal fields: European law, international law, and private law
The Academy of European Law (AEL) offers advanced-level summer courses in Human Rights Law and the Law of the European Union. It also manages several important research projects and runs a publications programme.
The European Journal of Legal Studies is a double-blind peer-reviewed, open-access online journal founded in 2007 and run by Ph.D. researchers of the law department of the European University Institute in Florence.
SPS research covers the areas of comparative politics, sociology, political and social theory and international relations
EUI datasets for ECO, RSCAS and SPS will be available here from 23 October 2019
EUI theses are published under EUI imprint and are available in Open Access or in Embargoed Access
The EUI has seven current series of Working Papers: ECO, HEC, LAW, AEL, SPS, MWP and RSCAS. Since early 2000 Working Papers are Open Access
ECRC Working Papers series (ISSN 1028-3625)
A digitisation of this series is in progress
MWP research output covers the relevant disciplines of the EUI (Economics, History, Law and Social and Political Sciences)
RSCAS performs interdisciplinary research and focuses on the contemporary challenges of Europe and European integration, and engages with the world of practice
STG series cover topical perspectives on thematic issues of relevance to transnational governance