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European Network on Inequality (ENI)

London School of Economics Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona
University of Maastricht Sciences Po, Paris ISSC, Dublin
University of Bristol EUI, Florence Fafo, Oslo
Juan March, Madrid
Max Planck Institute, Cologne GSSS, Bremen University of Aarhus, Denmark


The European Network on Inequality (ENI) links the Harvard Multidisciplinary Program with 13 leading social policy research centers in Western Europe. Harvard Inequality Doctoral Fellows gain a unique opportunity to undertake a two-month research project in residence at one of the 13 partner institutes, funded in full by the Harvard Multidisciplinary Program in Inequality & Social Policy.

Michèle Lamont, Robert I. Goldman Professor of European Studies and Professor of Sociology and African and African American Studies, serves as Director of the European Network on Inequality.


Learn more about the ENI

:: Research sites

:: Residency experiences

:: ENI visitors to Harvard

:: To apply | Travel rules

:: Harvard login (Inequality Fellows only)



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