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Universitaire verkiezingen: Get out to vote!
This week, from the 9th until the 13th of May, the university elections will take place. As a member of the university staff, you may vote on the parties of staff representatives.
Van woord tot akkoord. Een analyse van de partijkeuzes in CPB-doorrekeningen van verkiezingsprogramma's en regeerakkoorden, 1986-2017
This PhD-thesis analyses the relationship between the parties’ choices in the CPB Netherlands Bureau for Economic Policy Analysis’ assessments of the election manifestos and coalition agreements over the period 1986-2017, and tries to explain this relationship.
Coalition agreements consistently stray from promises in election manifestos
Dutch households, especially those on middle and high incomes, pay billions of euros more in tax than promised in election manifestos. Companies, on the other hand, generally pay less tax than initially announced. These are the conclusions reached by Wilmar Bolhuis, PhD student at Leiden University.…
Na de lokale verkiezingen: een keerpunt in de Turkse politiek?
Lecture, LUCIS What's New series
Media on the dissertation of Wimar Bolhuis
Electoral promises are not always realized in the coalition agreement, and that is often at the expense of households. On an average they pay 4 billion euros more than planned. That is what the PhD research of Wimar Bolhuis shows. Several media reacted on his PhD research.
Vacature (vrijwillig/stage)! 💬 Jij gaat het klimaat centraal zetten tijdens de verkiezingen van maart 2021. 📈
Panel discussion Dutch parliamentary elections
Donation photo archive of Volkskrant Journalist and Photographer Hans Beynon
Can you still remember the assassination of Indira Gandhi in 1984, or the Dutch royal state visit to Indonesia in 1971? These are only a few of the dramatic events covered by Hans Beynon, whose archive of 7.000 photos was recently donated to the Leiden University Libraries (UBL) by his family.
Flexibilization, globalisation and technological change: consequences for labour markets and social security.
This research project is funded by a subsidy from Instituut Gak.
Prof. Tim Koopmans
Tim Koopmans is one of the great minds in the history of Dutch and European legal scholarship. He taught law as a professor in Leiden and other universities, among which Ghent, Cambridge, Utrecht. He practiced it as a judge in the European Court of Justice and Advocate-General in the Dutch Supreme Court,…
Leidschrift Symposium: the United States Presidential Election - Campaigns in a contemporary and historic perspective
- What's New?! Fall Lecture Series
Historicizing Security. Enemies of the State, 1813 until present
The research project ‘The History of National Security, 1945-present', is funded by the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO), the Campus The Hague/Leiden University and the Netherlands Institute for Military History (NIMH). The project will run until the summer of 2013, when we hope…