Posts by Prof Roland Erne

Roland Erne

Prof Roland Erne     @rolanderne

Roland Erne is associate professor of international and comparative employment relations and director of the European Masters in Labour Studies programme at UCD. He is an adjunct professor at the ILR School, Cornell University and has been a research fellow at the Centre for Advanced Study in Oslo (2013-14), visiting professor at the Ecole Normale Supérieure de Cachan (2012) as well as a Marie Curie Fellow at the Centre for the Study of Social Justice, University of Oxford (2008).

A graduate of the Freie Universität Berlin and the Institut d'études politiques de Paris (Sciences Po), he obtained his PhD in social and political sciences at the European University Institute in Florence.

His work centres on European governance and the social and political implications of transnational movements of goods, capital, services and people. He is interested in how interest associations and social movements - particularly unions - respond to processes of regional integration and globalisation.


Brexit threats to rights of migrant workers and students

Roland Erne 28/06/2016

Roland Erne: All European citizens have just been stripped of their European citizenship rights in Northern Ireland and Britain. Hence, no European right to vote in local elections, no European social rights (e.g. no European Health Insurance Card), and no European right to be treated equally anymore. What a ‘success’ for the …



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