Jean Monnet Network on enforcement of EU law (EULEN)

Master Thesis Award

To support original research and young researchers working on the topic of EU law enforcement, we will offer an annual master thesis award for the best master thesis written on a topic falling within the thematic scope of our network.

Prize
The award involves a certificate and the sum of € 1,000.

Criteria
The thesis was written at one of the EULEN partner universities and was of exceptional quality. The thesis can be written in Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Polish, or Spanish. Entrants must also submit an English blog post reflecting the essence of their thesis (max. 500 words). Please see the regulations for the full list of criteria and more details about the submission process.

Jury
The members of the jury will be appointed by the EULEN coordinators based on the language of submissions.

Deadline
All submissions must be received by September 5th 2020 at the latest.

Ceremony
The winner will be announced during the ‘Cross-sectoral roundtable and meeting of all WPs coordinators’ at the University of Bonn on 19-20 November, 2020. The results will be published on the EULEN-website.

 

Regulations Master Thesis Award 2020 of the Jean Monnet Network on enforcement of EU law

Registration Form Master Thesis Award 2020 of the Jean Monnet Network on enforcement of EU law

Advisory Board

The network also has an advisory board with internationally recognised experts in the field of enforcement:

General coordination
Utrecht University, the Netherlands (prof. dr. Michiel Luchtman and dr. Mira Scholten)
Summer School 2022
Utrecht University, the Netherlands (prof. Judith van Erp)
OECD (dr. Florentin Blanc)
EU competition law
The University of Warsaw, Poland
(dr. hab. Maciej Bernatt and dr. Laura Zoboli)

Bocconi University, Milan, Italy
(prof. Federico Ghezzi and prof. Mariateresa Maggiolino)

EU banking and financial services
King’s College London, the United Kingdom
(prof. Alexander H. Türk and dr. Oana Stefan)
Fight against EU financial fraud
The University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg
(prof. Katalin Ligeti and mr. Fabio Giuffrida)