Faculty Spotlight

New Publication from prof. Anil Duman

January 17, 2022

Congratulations to prof. Anil Duman for her recent publication "Mixed Perceptions of State Responsibility Among Informal Sector Participants in MENA" in Informality, Labour Mobility and Precariousness. Supplementing the State for the Invisible and the Vulnerable, ed. Abel Polese, 2022.

Abstract: Informality is growingly accepted to be an encompassing concept touching on all aspects of societies and how they are governed, which goes well beyond the contours of economic transactions.

New Publication from prof. Andras Bozoki

January 10, 2022

Congratulations to prof. Andras Bozoki for his recent publication "Viktor Orbán and János Kádár: A Post-communist and a Communist Autocrat in Hungary. A Comparative Analysis" in Klaus Larres ed. (2022), Dictators and Autocrats: Securing Power across Global Politics, London – New York: Routledge.

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Professor Béla Greskovits receives the Best Article Prize of East European Politics journal

December 13, 2021

We are delighted to hear that Professor Béla Greskovits received the East European Politics journal's 2021 Best Article Prize for his article Rebuilding the Hungarian Right through Conquering Civil Society: The Civic Circles Movement. 

Congratulations!

https://think.taylorandfrancis.com/journal-prize-east-european-politics/