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December 2, 2022

Do you want to apply to Political Science master's programs, but still have questions about the curriculum or admission process? Book a one-to-one consultation with Justyna, our Department Coordinator. She'll be happy to answer your questions, tell you more about the department, and guide you in the application process.

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Ildar Daminov, MA'21

December 1, 2022
Ildar Daminov graduated from the 1 – year Master’s program in the Political Science Department and now he is enrolled at the Doctoral School of Political Science, Public Policy, and International Relations, studying in the Comparative International Political Economy track.
Ildar shared with us his experience as an MA student and how the MA program helped him prepare for the Ph.D. program.

Andrey Anastasov, MA'2012

December 1, 2022

Andras Bozoki on the rolling transition of Hungary

November 30, 2022

RevDem Managing Editor Michał Matlak discusses with András Bozóki his last book, Rolling Transition and the Role of Intellectuals: Case of Hungary, published this year by Central European University Press. The book tells a compelling story of the role of intellectuals in political and social change that took place in Hungary between 1977-1994.

New Publication from Daniel Bochsler

November 29, 2022
Daniel Bochsler

In this article, just published in West European Politics, Daniel Bochsler and Miriam Hänni ask who benefits from the retrospective vote. They find that a poor economy benefits the established opposition parties, whereas corruption benefits new parties.

 

"Who benefits from the retrospective vote? Bringing in new parties", forthcoming in West European Politics: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/01402382.2022.2145743