Faculty Spotlight

Interview with Judit Sandor

June 12, 2019

Judit Sandor gave an interview to www.atlaswomen.org, from which you can get to know more about Professor Sandor's career, as well as the high points and challenges in her professional life. She also gives advice for those, especially women, who are embarking on a career in international law:

Rolling Regime Change by Andras Bozoki

May 23, 2019

Andras Bozoki's new book Rolling Regime Change is out now in Hungarian. 

Anil Duman's research on wage gap in Turkey published in The Developing Economies Journal

May 22, 2019

Anil Duman's recent research "Wage penalty for temporary workers in Turkey: Evidence from quantile regressions" has just been published in The Developing Economies Journal. Duman scrutinizes the wage gap between the employees with different contract types in Turkey:

Maerz and Schneider's New Article Scales the (Il)liberalism of Public Discourses

May 14, 2019

PhD alumna Seraphine Maerz and professor Carsten Schneider's co-authored article "Comparing public communication in democracies and autocracies: automated text analyses of speeches by heads of government" scales the (il)liberalism of public discourses including 4740 speeches delivered between 1999 and 2019 from 40 political leaders of 27 countries:

"All tests suggest that our liberalness scale does capture meaningful differences between political regimes despite the large heterogeneity of our data."

Bogaards's Article on Formal and Informal Consociational Institutions Focusing on the Case of Lebanon

May 13, 2019

Matthijs Bogaards's new article "Formal and Informal Consociational Institutions: A Comparison of the National Pact and the Taif Agreement in Lebanon" has just been published in the journal Nationalism and Ethnic Politics.