PhD Dissertations 2016

Serving the Public, Fighting Against the State Labor Unrest in the Public Sector Across the EU
by Imre Gergely Szabo
Supervisor: Bela Greskovits 
Defended: October 21, 2016

Counterbalancing Marketization Informally: Institutional Reforms and Informal Economic Practices in Georgia (2003-2012)
by Lela Rekhviashvili
Supervisor: Bela Greskovits
Defended: June 20, 2016

The Social Sources of Austerity - The Politics of Fiscal Consolidations in the UK and France, 1978-2014
by Zbigniew Truchlewski
Supervisor: Achim Kemmerling 
Defended: April 18, 2016

Information Effects Across the Globe: Does Political Knowledge Matter, and How Do We Know It? 
by Paul Weith
Supervisor: Gabor Toka
Defended: April 4, 2016

by Ioana Petre
Supervisor: Zoltan Miklosi
Defended: 19 January 2016

The Political Consequences of Low Youth Participation in Contemporary Democracies
by Daniela Sirinic
Supervisor: Gabor Toka
Defended: 15 January 2016