2015/16 Departmental Seminars

SCHEDULE OF ACADEMIC YEAR 2015-16

15-June

Departmental meeting

25-May

Iain McLain

Nuffield College, University of Oxford, UK

The sinews of fiscal federalism: block grant from the UK to Scotland, with some reflections on Australia, Canada, and Spain’
18-May Federico Vegetti "Context, ideology and political perceptions"
11-May Departmental Meeting
4-May
27-April
20-April Bernard Grofman "Electoral Engineering and Electoral Manipulation."
13-April Takis Pappas When a leader is charismatic? And why should anyone care about it?
6-April Andre Baechtiger “Deliberation and Opinion Change. Empirical Findings and Theoretical Challenges.”
30-March Roel Popping Reality Claims after Democratic Transformation: Forms of Public Discourse within Hungarian and German Newspapers, 1990-1997
23-March Matthijs Bogaards "Hungary: A Defective Democracy?"
16-March
9-March Herman Schwartz No Growth and No Equality: Political Economy of the Intellectual Property Rights Economy
2-March Departmental Meeting
24-Feb
17-Feb Doctoral Candidates http://politicalscience.ceu.edu/events/2016-02-17/departmental-seminar-d...
10-Feb Andrej Findor Ultimate attribution error and memory distortion support racial bias in moral judgment
3-Feb Departmental Meeting
27-Jan
20-Jan Departmental Meeting
13-Jan Amy Liu

Anti-Corruption Campaigns and Migrant Attitudes: Evidence from Romania CANCELLED!

9-Dec Winter Break Meeting
2-Dec Michael Bernhard Revolutionary Change and the Prospects for Democracy: Appraising the Impact of Leninist Violence on Postcommunist Regime Outcomes
25-Nov
18-Nov Lela Rekhviashvili Informalization of the Countermovement: Institutional Reforms and Informal Economic Practices in Post-Revolutionary (2003-2012) Georgia 
11-Nov Zsolt Enyedi Ideological and attitudinal structures among European citizens
4-Nov Departmental Meeting
28-Oct
21-Oct Andras Bozoki & Zoltan Adam "The God of Hungarians". Religion and Right-Wing Populism in Hungary
14-Oct David Ost Is Poland Poised to Become the New Hungary? Why Right-Wing Nationalists Keep Winning
7-Oct Departmental Meeting
30-Sep
23-Sep Mikaly Laki Restructuring and re-regulation of the Hungarian tobacco market – a case study
4-Sep Departmental Meeting

 Quicklinks: Doctoral seminar in 2014/152013/142012/132011/122010/11, 2009/10, 2008/09, 2007/08, 2006/07.

Revolutionary Change and the Prospects

for Democracy: Appraising the Impact of

Leninist Violence on Postcommunist Regime

Outcomes