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 [May 7]
 Dr. Algimantas Čepas on the penal reform in Lithuania

 http://www.delfi.lt...

 

 [May 6]
 Prof. Aelita Skaržauskienė on co-creation perspective in networked collaboration platforms

 http://www.sciencedirect.com...

 

 [May 1]
 Dr. Gytis Andrulionis on provision of health services in the penitentiary system

 http://www.15min.lt...

 

 [April 29]
 Eglė Kavoliūnaitė-Ragauskienė on divorce and parental responsibility

 http://brussels2family.eu...

 

 [April 23]
 Dr. Donatas Murauskas on extra-legal arguments of constitutional courts

 http://jog.tk.mta.hu...

 

 [April 21]
 Johanas Baltrimas on legal precedents and innovation

 http://lawphd.net...

 

 [March 07]
 Dr. Tomas Butvilas on fostering creativity in early child’s education

 http://journals.ku.lt...

 

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Vilnius Institute for Advanced Studies (VILIAS) is an independent community of research fellows and young researchers committed to furthering social sciences and humanities through interdisciplinary dialogue and inquiry, sound management of research projects, intellectual support to advance quality of research, and counseling to get research results out of laboratories and libraries for the better life of individuals and society. We believe that ideas of value are born only when the borders of countries and institutions are transcended, when disciplines and cultures interact and enrich each other. Upon this notion VILIAS is being built: a place where researchers from different universities and disciplines unite into fine-tuned teams for specific research needs, where open intellectual exchange nourishes ongoing research projects and gives birth to novel ones.

Vilnius Institute for Advanced Studies unites researchers coming from a variety of academic fields: sociology, economics, law, political science, history, anthropology, psychology, literary studies, educational science, health sciences, mathematics, art studies, philosophy, social work, and others. The fact that all researchers of VILIAS community have experience in interdisciplinary research and most of them possess interdisciplinary educational background provides an additional value for VILIAS collaboration. It should also be noted that VILIAS collaboration is a growing one. Apart of being leading experts in their respective disciplines research fellows of VILIAS act as contact points in specific fields and subfields in their knowledge to identify and connect with researchers whose insights and expertise are specifically required for certain research endeavors being initiated.

VILIAS is an open and growing body. We welcome every researcher supporting the values we believe. Thus don‘t hesitate to contact us with all ideas, insights, questions or proposals of yours, sending all inquiries to our communication office or to the director of VILIAS Dr. Algimantas Čepas  directly.  

 [February 20]
 Dr. Aušra Pocienė on  women in business
 
http://www.veidas.lt...

 

 

 [February 19]
 Johanas Baltrimas on reasoning with precedents by the Constitutional Court of Lithuania
 
http://www.zurnalai.vu.lt...

 

 [February 4]
 Dr. Gytis Andrulionis on prevention and control of corruption in China 
 
https://www.mruni.eu...

 

 [January 27]
 Milda Mačėnaitė on injecting risk into data protection law
 
http://www.cpdpconferences.org...

 

 [January 22]
 Dr. Irena Stonkuvienė on coeducation in in the early 20th century
 
http://www.litlogos.eu...

 

[January 21]
Milda Burnytė and Eglė Kavoliūnaitė-Ragauskienė on the issue of recognition of the public interest 

http://www.teise.org...

 

 [January 14]
 Dr. Vytautas Gavelis on corruption in the system of economic relations
 
http://www.lea2015.ef.vu.lt...

 

 [December 18]
 Dr. Nerijus Babinskas on the heritage of the Byzantine Empire 
 
http://alkas.lt...

 

[November 26]
Vilnius Institute for Advanced Studies becomes a member of the Lithuanian Association of Criminology 

http://www.kriminologija.lt...

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