2nd International QCA Summer Workshops 2019 Antwerp Edition

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The 2nd International QCA Summer Workshops take place in Antwerp (Belgium) on 22-24 May 2019. They will consist in a sequence of three workshops. Besides the three workshops, two parallel, two-day modular doctoral courses will be offered and a specific half-day sessions for consultants.

22 May

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23 May

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24 May


If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.

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Organizing committee (from left to right)

Dr. Priscilla Álamos-Concha, Antwerp Management School and UCLouvain

Prof. dr. Bart Cambré, Antwerp Management School and University of Antwerp
Prof. dr. Benoît Rihoux, UCLouvain

Dr. Sofie Jacobs, Antwerp Management School and University of Antwerp
Dr. Samuel Defacqz, Sciences Po Grenoble and UCLouvain


In addition to the organizing committee members, the following colleagues also contribute to setting up this event:

Prof. Valérie Swaen, LouRIM, UCLouvain

Prof. Luca Tomini, CEVIPOL, ULB & FNRS

Dr. Axel Marx, Leuven Centre for Global Governance Studies, KULeuven
Prof. dr. Peter Bursens, University of Antwerp

The 2nd International QCA Summer Workshops are organized under the auspices of the COMPASSS (COMPArative Methods for Systematic cross-caSe analysis) international network. It is hence endorsed by COMPASSS as a whole, in particular through its Steering Committee: see www.compasss.org/people.htm.


AMS is located on De Boogkeers 5 in 2000 Antwerp.

Are you coming by train or by tram?

To reach AMS, you take the train to Antwerp-Central station (O1). From there you reach AMS after a 20-minute walk or an 8-minute bicycle ride. You can also take the tram: to one of the stations near AMS.

Need a hotel?

AMS has partnered with 5 hotels in Antwerp to offer you reduced prices. Click here for more information.

Are you coming by car?

Our advice is to park for free at one of the Park & Rides around the city and take the tram to the Meir (O3) stop. Are you taking the car to get to AMS? We do not have a private parking lot. In the streets around AMS there is paid parking, from Monday to Saturday, from 9 am to 7 pm.

Need advice in selecting the right workshop and/or with your abstract?

Jacobs Sofie

Sofie Jacobs, PhD