Centre for European Reforms Studies (CERS) is an independent, not-for-profit research institution, situated in Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. This circumstance allows quick and easy access to Europe’s important institutions, which are located here (the offices of the European Parliament, the European Court of Auditors, the European Court of Justice and the European Investment Bank). CERS is being built as a place for academic and practical education and research in the fields of  legislative experience of European Union.


    Our primary aim is to advance and disseminate knowledge about European reforms, their legal and economical aspects, social effects, European institutions and their functions, and to support a holistic understanding of European reforms.


    According to this general aim, our objectives are:

    - to conduct research in the areas of law and economic policy of European Union, European Union neighbourhood, foreign and security policy;

    - to publish own bulletin as a contribution to the research literature, as a tool of communication that connects scientists across the world, encouraging the exchange of new ideas and professional opinions;

    - to support doctoral and postdoctoral researchers working together on shared topics of interest;

    - to help beginners that want to learn more, interns that want to receive new knowledge and skills, and anyone interested in European reforms experience;

    - to serve as liaison to EU and non-EU communities, centres, organizations, scientific  societies;

    - to provide a forum for debate by offering scientific events (seminars, conferences).


    CERS welcomes professional academics, experts, practitioners, PhD students and postdoctoral researchers from all over the world, in particular from countries which made European choice recently.


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