Month: August 2011

August 22, 2011 webmaster 0 Comments

Sometimes you have a hard time discovering sufficient background literature for your research in books and journals, whereas the web offers you a variety of online sources you desperately needed. How do you proceed? Citing right away? Critically evaluating your source? But on basis of which criteria? This weeks’ post by Martin Vasilev provides you with guidelines which sources could be trustworthy. Check it out @JEPS Bulletin

August 18, 2011 webmaster 0 Comments

The European Summer School took place just a few weeks ago in Hungary. What always promised to be an incredibly successful event did not disappoint…