CFE Working Papers series
CFE Working Papers series has been published since 1998.
Working Paper No. 52: Clara Maria Grassi: Status and impact of the ability to pay principle in the ECJ's case law concerning tax benefits based on personal and family circumstances
Working Paper No. 53: Maria Francisca Archila Bustos: Population, Demography and Nighttime Lights: An examination of the effects of population decline on settlement patterns in Europe
Both theses were granted with a honourable mention in CFE's Best Thesis competition in 2014.
Working Paper No. 54: Marie Brink Nørager: Knocking on Europe's Door...Investigating modes of governing and the principle of solidarity as EU member states respond to the asylum pressure on its southern borders.
The thesis won the CFE Best Thesis competition in 2015.
Working Paper No. 55: Alisa Gühlstorf: Soft Europeanisation of Work-Family Reconciliation Policy-Making? Social, Policy and Political Learning among German MPs.
The thesis was awarded with a honourary mention in the CFE Best Thesis competition in 2015.