Some make copies for free, some for a fee, and others only if the requestor can supply written permission from the author (no easy task).Some provide open access, (some requiring an electronic use agreement and some not), some through ILL or document delivery, and some through digital services.
The number of dissertations digitized from the collection continues to grow and can be searched via CRL’s catalog digital resources scope.
Increasingly, universities are providing electronic access to their current or recent dissertations through their institutional repositories and other open access archives.
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We hope that you will take a moment to upload your theses, dissertations and other publications -- and ask your colleagues to do the same.
Dissertations and theses reflect the quality and breadth of original graduate research at universities, and are often the first form in which scholarly insights and the results of focused experiments appear.
They reveal trends of interest, the rigor of particular departments and institutions, and the creativity of researchers whose influence is still unknown.Bodenstein (CEU, supervisor) Cristina Corduneanu-Huci (CEU) Roy Maconachie (external member, University of Bath) Daniel Large (CEU, chair) Date of the Defense: 20 June, 2018-By Defense Committee: Viola Zentai (CEU, supervisor) Prem Kumar Rajaram (CEU) Paul Stubbs (external member, Institute of Economics at Zagreb) Balazs Trencsenyi (CEU, chair) Date of the Defense: 15 June, 2018-By Defense Committee: Achim Kemmerling (formerly CEU, supervisor) Nick Sitter (CEU) Isabela Mares (external member, Columbia University) Cristina Corduneanu-Huci (CEU, chair) Date of the Defense: 11 May, 2018-By Defense Committee: Agnes Batory (CEU, supervisor) Marie-Pierre Granger (CEU) Marcin Walecki (external member, OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights) Evelyne Huebscher (CEU, chair) Date of the Defense: 19 April, 2018-By Defense Committee: Daniel Large (supervisor, CEU)Micahel Merlingen (CEU)Cameron G.Thies (external member, Arizona State University)Youngmi Kim (chair, University of Edinburgh)Date of the Defense: 22 March, 2018-By Defense Committee: Lea Sgier ((formerly) CEU, co-supervisor)Nadia Al-Bagdadi (CEU, co-supervisor) Deniz Kandiyoti (external member, SOAS, University of London) Anil Duman (CEU, chair) Date of the Defense: 16 February, 2018-By Defense Committee: Matteo Fumagalli (CEU) Carsten Schneider (CEU, supervisor) Alexander Dukalskis (University College Dublin, School of Politics and International Relations, external) Erin Jenne (CEU, chair) Date of Defense: 15 December, 2017The full dissertation is available in the CEU library. Schneider (chair, CEU)Date of Defense: November 26, 2015-by Dissertation Committee: Tamas Rudas (supervisor, CEU, ELTE)Gabor Toka (CEU)Jason Wittenberg (external member, University of California, Berkeley)Carsten Q. The Case of a 20th Century ‘Alim’s Journey into His Legal Traditions. Policy in the Jordan River Valley, 1939-1956“Heineman, Paul“In Defense of an Anachronism: The Cossack Question on the Don, 1861-1914“Khalafallah, Haifaa“Rethinking Islamic Law: Genesis and Evolution in the Islamic Legal Methods and Structures.Dissertations are submitted to the School after a maximum of six years, and are defended in front of a Dissertation Committee, during a public doctoral defense.On this page you can browse, read and download the doctoral dissertations submitted at the Doctoral School of Political Science, Public Policy and International Relations since September 2009.This guide provides information about locating dissertations and theses, both those completed at Stanford University and those from other universities.If you need help, please contact our reference services staff or your subject librarian.CRL holds more than 800,000 doctoral dissertations and Habilitationsschriften from universities outside of the U. Current acquisitions and services focus on purchasing dissertations through CRL’s purchase programs, acquisitions through deposit or exchange agreements and providing members with information about open-access dissertations.Brief description: Finding dissertations in the CRL collection: All dissertations can be most easily searched in the dissertation scope of the CRL catalog, which has drop-down searches for country and university.