PhD Dissertations 2003

Liberalism and Nation Building

by Zidas Daskalovski
Defense Committee: Nenad Dimitrijevic, CEU; Janos Kis, CEU; Ferid Muhic, University Sts. Cyril and Methodius, Skopje, Macedonia; Andras Bozoki, CEU supervisor.
Defended: 11 December 2003.

Freedom of the Media in Hungary, 1990-2002
by Peter Bajomi-Lazar
Defense Committee: Andras Bozoki, CEU; Miklos Haraszti; Robert L. Stevenson, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, US; Miklos Sukosd, CEU supervisor.
Defended: 25 September 2003.

The Relationship between Democratisation and the Invigoration of Civil Society in Hungary, Poland and Romania
by Mehmet Umut Korkut
Defense Committee: Aurel Braun, University of Toronto, Reinald Doebel, University of Muenster; Zsolt Enyedi, CEU; Andras Bozoki, CEU supervisor.
Defended: 23 June 2003.

The Politics of Soft Credits in Eastern Europe: Bulgaria, Estonia and Poland compared
by Gallina Andronova Vincelette
Defense Committee: Heather Elms, CEU Business School, Bela Greskovits, IRES and Political Science Dept., CEU; Juliet Johnson, McGill University, Canada; Mihaly Laki, CEU; Lorand Ambrus-Lakatos, CEU supervisor.
Defended: 10 June 2003.

Community Action for Collective Goods: An interdisciplinary approach to the internal and external solutions to collective action problems (The case of Hungarian condominiums)
by Annamaria Orban
Defense Committee: Laszlo Bruszt, CEU; Russell Hardin, New York University, Stanford University, US; Tamás Meszerics, CEU; Balazs Varadi, CEU supervisor.
Defended: 23 May 2003.

Shaping the Path to Labor Weakness: The Interplay of Political Strategies and Institutional Structures in Post-Communist Central Eastern Europe
by Sabina Avdagic
Defense Committee: David Ost, Hobart and William Smith Colleges, US; Jonas Pontusson, Cornell University, US; Gabor Toka, CEU; Laszlo Bruszt, CEU supervisor; Bela Greskovits, CEU supervisor.
Defended: 18 March 2003.