Academic year 2006-07 Political Science departmental doctoral seminars

SCHEDULE OF ACADEMIC YEAR 2006-07

Date

Name

Title

Discussant

Note

17-Oct

Anton Pelinka

Europe Facing the Challenge of War and Peace: On Functions and Structures of the European Union's Foreign and Security Policy

Paul Roe

 

24-Oct

Oana Lup

The relevance of personal social networks for individual political behavior: the case of Hungary

Balazs Vedres

 

31-Oct

Andras Bozoki

Current Hungarian Politics - An Interactive Seminar

 

No paper

7-Nov

 

Departmental Meeting

 

 

14-Nov

Alexandra Krause

German labour market reforms in the light of a new justice principle: from redistribution to equal access

Anil Duman

 

21-Nov

Anil Duman

Are Social Safety Nets Protected in Developing Countries at the Age of Globalization?

Dorothee Bohle

 

28-Nov

Tamas Meszerics

Voting for Oneself: Making Sense of Common Intuitions

Janos Kis

 

4-Dec

1st year PhD students' presentation

 

 

Winter break

16-Jan

Peter Dahlgren

Civic Identity and Activism: the Frame of Radical Democracy

Miklos Sukosd

 

23-Jan

Andrija Henjak

Population Ageing and Distributive Conflicts:
Age Distributive Divisions in Western Europe

Svetoslav Salkin

 

30-Jan

Orji Nkwachukwu

Explaining the Institutionalization of Power-sharing in Nigeria: A Hypothesis

Robert Sata

 

6-Feb

 

Departmental Meeting

 

 

13-Feb

Hermann Schmitt

Meaningful Choices, Political Supply, and Institutional Effectiveness

Levente Littvay

 

20-Feb

Peter Grajzl

Fostering Civil Society to Build Institutions: Why and When

Anil Duman

 

27-Feb

 

Departmental Meeting

 

 

6-Mar

Eszter Simon

American and British Wars: The Relationship between Imperial Status and War Proneness

TBA

 

13-Mar

 

No Seminar

 

 

20-Mar

Levente Littvay

Background papers to consult

N. A.

 

27-Mar

Attila Tanyi

The Case for Authority

Zoltan Miklosi

 

2-3 Apr.

Annual Doctoral Conference

3-4 Apr.

Liz Spencer

Workshop on Qualitative Data Analysis

N. A.